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Michael Clarke Duncan dead at age 54

Actor Michael Clarke Duncan has passed away at the age of 54, from complications suffered from a heart attack he had in July.

Known for his big build and deep voice, Duncan was in the prime of his life. His first movie role was in 1995's Friday, and he had several small parts playing bouncers and muscle men. It wasn't until 1997's Armageddon that he had a meatier role with more lines, playing one of the rough-and-tumble drilling crew drafted into blowing up an approaching asteroid.

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Monday, September 3, 2012

The Dark Knight Rises' box office surpasses The Dark Knight

Call it official: The Dark Knight Rises has now earned more money at theaters than its predecessor, The Dark Knight. This weekend TDKR netted enough to push its worldwide gross to $1.005 billion dollars, $3 million dollars over the 2008 gross of The Dark Knight's $1.003 billion.

Of course, ticket prices have gone up in the four years since the release of The Dark Knight, and more screens are playing the IMAX versions of The Dark Knight Rises, further raising ticket prices.

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Bruce Willis suing Apple over iTunes

Bruce Willis is suing Apple over who gets ownership of his digital music collection after he dies.

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Friday, August 31, 2012

First photo of Chris Pine as Jack Ryan

Paramount Pictures decided to officially announced the start of filming on its Jack Ryan movie by releasing a photo of its star, Chris Pine, riding a motorcycle in the streets of New York.

The film is rolling under the work-in-progress title of the untitled Jack Ryan movie, but conceivably the studio could decide to roll with simply Jack Ryan as its name. It makes sense; this is a reboot of the franchise (the second after the Ben Affleck Sum of All Fears one.)

Also starring in the picture is Keira Knightly as Jack's love interest, Cathy; Kevin Costner as Ryan's mentor; and Branagh himself as the picture's villain.

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Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Two Stanley Kubrick TV shows in the works

Plans are afoot to turn two of movie director Stanley Kubrick's ideas into television shows. One will be a made-for-TV movie while the other is now envisioned as a mini-series.

The son-in-law of Kubrick, Philip Hobbs, and another person named Steve Lanning are developing the projects under their Philco Films banner.

Downslope is the title of the proposed television movie. Set in 18th century America, it would follow the revenge-fueled mission of defeated Confederate Army Colonel John S. Mosby, and his path to exact vengeance on General Custer.

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Black Sails pirate show finds its director

I bet that you didn't know that there was a pirate TV show in development. It's called Black Sails, and it will air on the Starz cable channel in 2014. While that's still a good chunk of time away from us, filming on the series is slated to commence before the end of the year in Cape Town, Africa.

Starz has just hired the director of the pilot episode for Black Sails, and it's Neil Marshall who will call the first shots. The director of The Descent, Doomsday, Centurion and an episode of HBO's Game of Thrones show, Marshall is an experienced genre director and is likely to add his kinetic style of action to the show's production.

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Global James Bond Day to be held on October 5

2012 marks the 50th anniversary of the appearance of James Bond in movies. To celebrate the occassion, the makers of the James Bond film series have announced plans to make October 5, 2012 Global James Bond Day, and will mark the event with special events held around the world.

The companies involved with the promotion include EON Productions, the producers of the Bond films (including the new one, Skyfall), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Sony Pictures Entertainment and 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment. October 5, 1962 was the day that Dr. No, the very first 007 movie, had its world premiere in London.

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Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Joss Whedon to direct, co-write ABC's S.H.I.E.L.D. pilot

The director of this summer's Avengers movie will direct the pilot episode for ABC's S.H.I.E.L.D., the proposed television series set within what's now being called the Marvel Cinematic Universe. In addition to directing the pilot episode, Whedon will co-write the script for the show with brother Jed Whedon and Maurissa Tancharoen, wife of Jed.

All three will also executive produce the series, if it goes to series, along with Jeph Loeb, comic book writer-turned-screenwriter and producer, and Jeffrey Bell.

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Avengers movie alternate opening revealed

In the editing suite a movie can change its tone dramatically. By inserting a serious moment here, removing a comedic or lighter touch there, and presto-chango, your emotional reaction to what you see on-screen shifts.

Sometimes it works well for the movie's box office results. Other times...not so much.

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Dragonology flies to the big screen with Star Trek writers

The mega-popular children's fantasy book Dragonology is now in development as a feature film. Universal Pictures is the cinematic home to the adaptation, with Star Trek screenwriters/producers Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci producing the movie.

First published in 2003, Dragonology postulates that the flying reptiles are real and subject to classification. The tome is part narrative, part zoological adventure as a team of "dragonologists" circle the globe classifying the beasts and their abilities, as well as gathering intelligence on an association that wants to harness the power of dragons to dominate the planet.

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Monday, August 27, 2012

Lucasfilm moving ahead with Star Wars Episode II and III in 3D

When Lucasfilm released Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace in post-converted 3D last winter, it only managed to earn $43 million dollars domestically. Perhaps audiences weren't all that interested in seeing a 13-year old movie in theaters again, or the foul reputation that Episode I has accumulated over time sullied the brand. In any case, that's now stopping the company from continuing to 3D-ize the remaining two movies in the Star Wars prequel trilogy and release then into theaters.

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Sunday, August 26, 2012

The Expendables 2 tops out a sluggish end of August

The Expendables 2 held on to the top position at the box office for a second straight weekend. With a new weekend haul of $13.5 million dollars, Sylvester Stallone's new action franchise has earned $52.3m domestically. Things look good for The Expendables 3 to happen a couple of years from now.

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Friday, August 24, 2012

Star Wars: Detours announced

The Robot Chicken guys have probably the best place to be if you're a Star Wars fan and working in the 'hood. With an inside connection to George Lucas already established through three Star Wars: Robot Chicken specials (they got the blessing of The Lucas as well as Lucasfilm for 'em), and the creative teeth cut on parodying the Star Wars universe, it makes sense for them to want to spend more time in that galaxy from long ago.

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Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Disney developing a new Rocketeer movie

After buying out Marvel Comics, and by way of possession, Marvel Studios, Walt Disney Pictures is in the superhero movie business big time. Their shareholders are feeling pretty good about the studio releasing the billion dollar Avengers movie, and Marvel Studios is moving ahead with its second wave of feature films. All signs point to continued success, and uncovering new ways for Disney to crosspromote Marvel's pantheon of recognizable heroes in all of the company's many different divisions.

So why would Disney want to dust off a non-Marvel superhero project like The Rocketeer and reboot it for a new generation?

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Tuesday, August 21, 2012

3.8 million Hunger Games DVDs sold

Lionsgate chose to release the DVD/Blu-ray of The Hunger Games last Friday, and it seems to have paid off. The company is reporting that they have seen sales of 3.8 million units of the movie over the weekend.

As well, people were downloading the movie digitally. More first day transactions for The Hunger Games flick were made on Comcast that any other movie in the past four years. The Hunger Games also generated more first day sales on Xbox Live's Zune Video and broke the previous record for sales on iTunes.

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Conflicting reports emerge in the wake of Tony Scott's death

In the aftermath of the suicide of movie director Tony Scott, Hollywood and his fans are trying to discover what reason the 68-year-old had for taking his own life. Police have confirmed that two suicide notes written by Scott were found: one was inside his parked Prius automobile and contained a list of people that Tony Scott wanted to be quickly informed of his death, and the other was discovered at his office. The second suicide note is said to state Scott's reasons for taking his own life.

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