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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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Sunday, November 30, 2008

Straw Men held by Benderspink

The film rights to the book The Straw Men have been acquired by production firm Benderspink. Based on the crime thriller (and the first in a trilogy) by Michael Marshall Smith, The Straw Men follows seemingly unconnected storylines that eventually converge together. One plot tracks a detective called out of retirement to track down a killer while the other follows a young man who, after burying his parents who died in an automobile accident, discovers clues that lead him to think that they might still be alive. Smith's book starts off with a shocker as two men walk into a fast-food restaurant and shoot dozens of people in cold blood. All three stories eventually link together.

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Faculty found for Fame

Kelsey Grammer (Frasier), Megan Mullally (Will & Grace), Bebe Neuwirth (Cheers), Charles S. Dutton (Threshold) and Debbie Allen have all been hired to play the teachers for the next crop of young talent in Fame.

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Saturday, November 29, 2008

Wonder Woman DVD director talks animated movie

On March 3, 2009 those that have been waiting patiently for a big screen movie featuring DC Comics' Amazonian princess will get the next best thing. Warner Home Video will release their next animated feature, Wonder Woman, an all-new direct-to-video adventure that serves as an origin story for the heroine. IESB sat down for an interview with the film's director, Lauren Montgomery, and discussed how the project got started, her approach to bringing Diana's story to the screen, the decision to jettison some of the dated aspects to the character's history so that she could be updated to stand side-by-side with other DC heroes and deciding on the look of her in the movie:

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First image of Gambit from X-Men Origins: Wolverine

The new issue of Empire magazine features a cover story about X-Men Origins: Wolverine, and included in the images is the first look at Taylor Kitsch as Gambit (and as scanned in by Coming Soon.) Fans of the X-Men comic book know that the Cajun mutant has the power to kinetically charge up items which then explode, and the character's favorite weapon of choice are playing cards he throws at his enemies. It looks like Gambit will be seen using cards in the film but in the released photo of Kitsch his eyes aren't black with red irises (or at least in this shot), as the character appears in Marvel books.

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Saturday, February 2, 2002

Director's Cut: Script review of Rendezvous with Rama

Howdy all. It's been about six weeks since my last Director's Cut, and I hope you've been groovin' with the film updates as well as what Dayna, Reg and the other hombres are doing with Test Pattern. So far 2002 has been a turbulent year for myself, in-between juggling time to update CA, fill my duties as the News Editor of Universal's 13th Street and run the business side of Corona. Somewhere in there I also managed to find the time to pitch a comic book series (my first since I wrote Technopolis for Caliber Comics back in '98), so I'm crossing my fingers and hoping to hear good things back from the editor. And if he likes my proposal, you better believe you'll hear about it from me, so send good thoughts my way!

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Sunday, June 4, 2000

Director's Cut: A Question of Ethics

Do ethics and morals apply when it comes to the realm of Internet movie websites? That's the question that's been asked this past weekend by webmasters around the world.

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