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10 hidden easter eggs in Captain America: The First Avenger

Ever since the release of the first X-Men movie back in 2000, there has been an intelligent attempt to build up the layers of the Marvel film universe. With thousands of characters created throughout the years, and millions of people now familiar with the heroes that populate the Marvel universe, the creators of the modern Marvel movies, as well as the executives running Marvel Studios, are trying to appease fans by giving them quick cameos or mentions of characters and equipment from the comic books.

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Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Bond producers handed Remote Control

The husband and wife James Bond film franchise producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli will develop a new thriller with spy elements to it. Remote Control is the title of Mark Burnell's novel about an intelligence analyst who gets wrapped up in a conspiracy to topple the Chinese economy. Both the analyst's life as well as that of his former flame are in jeopardy and together the couple goes on the run to stay alive.

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Heartbreakers book checked out by Hollywood

Another teen book has been optioned in the hopes that a movie studio has found the next Twilight or Harry Potter. However, unlike those two plop culture behemoths which use fantasy elements in their stories, The Heartbreakers doesn't have any monsters or magic in it -- just the agony and esctacy of teenage romance.

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McG has a Spring Awakening

Terminator Salvation director McG is now in discussions to bring the Broadway musical Spring Awakening to Hollywood.

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Monday, April 13, 2009

Hurt in the Hood

William Hurt has been cast in Ridley Scott's still untitled Robin Hood film, the one previously called Nottingham. the Vantage Point and Incredible Hulk actor will play William Marshall, also known as the Earl of Pembroke.

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The Shue fits for Piranha 3-D

Those flying fish in director Alexander Aja's Piranha 3-D are apparently pretty close to finding their first appetizer. According to Moviehole owner Clint Morris, Hollow Man and Leaving Las Vegas star Elizabeth Shue is in secret talks to star in the remake.

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Sunday, April 12, 2009

Watchmen writer tackles Battling Boy

Watchmen screenwriter Alex Tse has found a job working for Brad Pitt's production company. The scribe will start thinking about how to turn the forthcoming comic book Battling Boy into a screenplay.

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Saturday, April 11, 2009

Hannah Montana leads weekend box office

Miley Cyrus must have had a pretty good Friday night considering that her new Hannah Montana movie brought in an estimated $17.4 million dollars during that one day.

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Thursday, April 9, 2009

Year One gets rated PG-13

Earlier this week Harold Ramis' new comedy Year One went before the Motion Picture Association of America and got rated R. For any comedy, especially one that costs around $75 million dollars and is a tentpole summer release for any major film studio, getting slapped with an R could mean the kiss of death at the box office.

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Sin City 2 still with Weinsteins

Yesterday's rumor that The Weinstein Company had lost the rights to make Sin City 2 has been shot down. MTV's Splash Page did the legwork and acquired an official comment from a studio representative that eliminated all possibility that someone else other than Weinstein was going to make the sequel.

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Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Sin City sequel away from the Weinsteins?

The Sin City movie blasted its way into theaters back in 2005 and since then all we've heard is that there's supposed to be a sequel in development. Rumors have floated around that production was about to begin and then...nothing. Now there's a new rumor that may shed some light on the hold up for Sin City 2.

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Umbrella Academy opens at Universal

A movie based on the comic book series The Umbrella Academy is in the early formative stages at Universal Pictures. Based on the trippy superhero comic book created by My Chemical Romance singer Gerard Way, Universal has signed screenwriter Mark Bomback (Live Free or Die Hard, Constantine) to pen the adaptation.

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Sony wants to film Shadow of the Colossus

Nearly four years after its release on PlayStation 2, Sony Pictures is beginning to develop a movie based on the Shadow of the Colossus video game.

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Monday, April 6, 2009

They're the support for Paramount's Morning Glory

Jeff Goldblum and Diane Keaton have joined the cast of Morning Glory, the comedy that stars Harrison Ford and Rachel McAdams and is about two news anchors bickering on and off the air.

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Mandalay has a Full Metal Panic on its hands

Full Metal Panic? Is that a sequel to Full Metal Jacket? Manga fans, you know better than to ask that question.

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Bruckheimer and Disney ride Horse Soldiers

Jerry Bruckheimer and his compadres at The Walt Disney Company have a new project to collaborate on. The studio has bought the screen rights to Horse Soldiers, a soon-to-be-published non-fiction account of a group of special forces soldiers and CIA operatives who helped liberate Afghanistan in the war after 9/11.

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