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The sitcom is “moving on up” to the big screen. Oh, whatever. That was cute pun.
An unimportant insider exchange begs some pretty serious questions about the way studios release films.
Because every movie needs a director and a script.
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Alternative headline: ‘Will It Be A ‘Red Light Winter’ For Mark Ruffalo?’
Bill Hader talks about the horror-comedy ‘House Of Joel’.
Maybe now it will actually get made.
Will Paul Greengrass be able to steady his camera long enough to capture the final days of Dr. Martin Luther King?
The dudes and dudette behind The Social Network are getting the band back together to adapt Ben Mezrich’s ‘Sex On The Moon’.
Oscar winning producer Scott Rudin has set his sights on Angelina Jolie for an upcoming adaptation of Cleopatra: A Life. Like the book by Stacy Schiff, the film promises to be a detailed look at one of antiquity's most famous women.If the project comes together, it will not be Jolie's first foray into the ancient world. In 2004, she starred as the mother of Alexander the Great in Oliver Stone's critical and box-office flop, Alexander. Seeing as how that outing went over like a led zeppelin, why not give Angelina another shot? While we're at it, get Kevin Coster on the phone. I've got a special effects-laden post-apocalyptic love story I'd like him to direct. I hope he can keep it under budget. (First Showing)