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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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Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Is Patrick Stewart returning to the X-Men movie universe?

20th Century Fox has already announced its intentions to release X-Men: Days of Future Past on July 18, 2014. With a hard deadline set, plans are rapidly proceeding for director Matthew Vaughn and most, if not all, of the cast from X-Men: First Class to assemble early next year on a soundstage, somewhere.

But will there be a cast member from the first trilogy of X-Men movies appearing in Days of Future Past? Will the time-bending storyline for the X-Men prequel sequel feature two different actors playing Professor X?

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Monday, September 17, 2012

Vigilant superhero show sells to Fox Network

Superheroes are still in. Case in point: the Fox Network, ever eager to remain the top destination pick for tweens, teens and young adults, bought an idea for one from 24 producer Howard Gordon and Chronicle screenwriter Max Landis. This new show is called Vigilant, and it circles around a young woman who dresses up as a vigilante to fight corruption in the police force as well as bad guys on the street.

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Hollywood wants to make a Manimal movie

This may be a sign that the apocalypse is upon us.

Sony Pictures Animation wants to mine the long-since forgotten vaults of NBC television for a possible new feature film based on the camp show Manimal.

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Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Joss Whedon drops foreshadowing info about The Avengers 2

When you're a journalist and presented an opportunity to interview a celebrity out to promote their latest creative effort, but you know that there's a different future project they're working on that will get eyeballs to your story, you have to walk a fine line. Your primary mission is to talk about their latest effort, even if it's not of the same level of interest as the celebrity's Project B, but you also need to insert a question or two about that other thing that they've got going. I've been there myself a few times and it's always a weird problem to navigate.

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Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Watch: HBO's Alfred Hitchcock movie, The Girl, gets a trailer

HBO will premiere their latest two-hour made-for-television movie, The Girl, on Saturday, October 20. For anyone that's interested in the movies of Alfred Hitchcock, considered one of the modern masters of cinema and suspense, or the making of Hitchcock's 1963 nature gone wild film The Birds, this is shaping up to be a picture that you need to watch.

Toby Jones plays the portly Hitchcock in The Girl while British-born Sienna Miller plays Tippi Hedrin, a young actress trying to carve out her name in show business. The Girl centers on the adversarial and even stalker-like relationship that Hitchcock reportedly had with Hedrin during the filming of The Birds, and how her job with the filmmaker nearly caused her to quit acting.

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Trailer: Blade Runner 30th Anniversary DVD

On June 25, 1982, Blade Runner opened in theaters. It wasn't warmly received by critics or audiences, but before the decade was finished it had gained a sizeable audience from people that caught it on home video. Through three decades, Ridley Scott's second science fiction movie has grown in its significance to where it is considered today: one of the great pieces of 20th century cinema.

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Will Viggo Mortensen show up as Dr. Strange in Thor 2?

The latest rumor du jour concerning a Marvel movie has to do with their sorcerer supreme showing up in Thor: The Dark World. If you read between the lines of what someone on Twitter is saying, the magician known as Dr. Strange will appear in the next Thor movie.

If true, such a move would set the stage for Strange to get his own spinoff film at a future date.

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Survey finds Airplane! as the funniest film ever

According to a survey done by the users of Lovefilm, the 1980 slapstick comedy Airplane! ranks as the funnest movie of all-time if you measure its value by laughs.

With an average number of three laughs per minute, the 88 minute comedy would generate 265 laughs from you, if you follow the site's methodology. According to Lovefilm's editors, just because Airplane! can make you laugh out loud so many times and so frequently, that doesn't make it the funniest movie of all-time.  Monty Python's Life of Brian would take the Lovefilm's title for that distinction.

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Saturday, September 8, 2012

Box Office Autopsy: The Summer of 2012 - June

Playing the role of a mortician for the summer 2012 movie season, I can’t help but get some red on myself. And maybe there’s more of it than usual, but that’s only because when you try and find out what why some movies were good and others terrible, you can’t help but get a little messy.

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Thursday, September 6, 2012

A new Wonder Woman show in development

It's been less than a year since David E. Kelley tried to bring Wonder Woman back to the small screen. While Kelley's version of the DC Comics heroine wound up being made into a pilot episode that starred Adrianne Palicki, it wasn't given the greenlight by NBC. But now there's a new attempt brewing to bring the Amazonian back onto the airwaves, and this time it's being developed for The CW Network.

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Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Box Office Autopsy: The Summer of 2012 - May

With the passing of Labor Day, I can say that the summer movie season of 2012 has come and gone. Now comes the time to examine what this summer season meant to us, the movie lovers, and to Hollywood, the ones that profited (or not) from the films.

For this endeavor I don’t want to look too closely at the creative stamp of a movie as judging whether a movie is good or bad for you is subjective and entirely personal. Instead, I want to cast a stronger eye towards the box office results and try to augur what it means for us. Will we see a sequel, or has a profitable movie made enough of a dent in the zeitgeist that we’ll get to see a bunch of copycats in two years time? That’s the sort of thing that I’m interested in with my analysis.

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Beverly Hills Cop TV show lands at CBS

When there's no more room left in cinemas, the dead movie franchises will play on television set as new TV series. OK, so I'm paraphrasing Romero's Dawn of the Dead, but you get my drift, don't you?

CBS has won a bidding war and will broadcast an hour-long TV series based on Beverly Hills Cop, the once-hugely popular movie that starred once-huge Hollywood star Eddie Murphy. Murphy will be involved with the new BHC TV show, both as an executive producer (along with The Shield's creator Shawn Ryan) as well as star periodically in the show.

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Spec'd: The Amazing Spider-Man

Sony Pictures Home Entertainment is bringing home The Amazing Spider-Man on Friday, November 9 as a 3D combo pack, limited edition gift set and Blu-ray/DVD.

The Blu-ray/DVD combo comes with three discs:

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Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Bad Lip Reading for Twilight

Stephanie Meyer's Twilight gets a lot of slapdown. If you've ever read her novels, then you would know why. Still, she's a mega-successful author worth hundreds of millions of dollars while I'm a broke movie webmaster writing about her stuff. Who's the king of the world now?

But the good news is that there are a lot of other broke people who love to poke at the whole Twilight phenomenon. The folks at Bad Lip Reading, who seem to make it a crusade to provide alternative dialogue for famous people and celebrities, wanted to share their loathing of Twilight by making it the subject of their latest video.

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Monday, September 3, 2012

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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