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Despite early online leak in April, 'X-Men Origins: Wolverine' still kicks off the summer season with a big bang, becoming the number 1 bankable movie at the North American box office this weekend.
Scoring a bigger number than expected, Beyonce Knowles-starring 'Obsessed' hit no.1 at the North American box office over the weekend.
With Miley Cyrus' 'Hannah Montana: The Movie' sliding down fast from the first place, Zac Efron-starring comedy '17 Again' rises to the expectation and debuts at the top of weekend box office.
Russell Crowe plays Cal McCaffrey, a D.C. reporter who is determined to investigate the mystery behind the murder of a congressman's mistress in crime thriller 'State of Play'.
Joining Brad Pitt in leaving "State of Play" though for different reason, the 'Red Dragon' star might be replaced by 'Hollywoodland' actor.
Being left by Brad Pitt and threatened to be shutted down from production, 'State of Play' has found Pitt's replacement as the 'Gladiator' star has agreed to join the cast.
Universal Pictures reportedly is persuading the Oscar winner to take over Pitt's role in the crime thriller.
Actor's departure is hinted to be due to his disagreement with Universal over the script.
Edward Norton is joining Brad Pitt to star in the drama thriller "State of Play."
"The Last King of Scotland" helmer Kevin Macdonald is on duty to direct "State of Play" for Universal Pictures.