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July 03, 2006

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Werewolves' Terror Continues in "Dog Soldiers: Fresh Meat"

July 03, 2006 07:06:40 GMT

Those who long for Private Cooper of "Dog Soldiers" to resurface on screen can now wait in anticipation as it has been confirmed that a follow up of the action-horror flick is on its process to be brought up to the big screen. Previously put in the shelves for quite a long time, the sequel will be entitled "Dog Soldiers: Fresh Meat" with Rob Green taking the director's seat.

Planning to go into production this fall, the project will continue the misadventures of Private Cooper yet it still remains unclear whether the character is again played by Kevin McKidd or not.
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Debates Rose over "Facing the Giants" Ratings

July 03, 2006 05:38:04 GMT

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Being given a PG rating instead of a G rating, "Facing the Giants" has worked its way to the Congress as House Majority Whip Roy Blunt, R-Mo., and other lawmakers have lined-up together to demand explanations from the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) following complaints that the movie was rated so due to religious content.

In his letter to MPAA Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Dan Glickman, Blunt expressed his dissatisfaction of the association's decision concerning the matter. "This incident raises the disquieting possibility that the MPAA considers exposure to Christian themes more dangerous for children than exposure to gratuitous sex and violence," so he wrote.
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Top 10 Highest-Grossing Movies in Box Office Week-List


July 03, 2006 04:19:47 GMT

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Great is presumably the right word to describe the return of Man of Steel on big screen. The latest installment of the hero, "Superman Returns", has satisfyingly worked its charm toward the audience to top this week's box-office list with $52.15 million it has gathered over opening weekend, altogether making $84.2 million of its five-day total since its Wednesday debut.

Another new wide release, "The Devil Wears Prada", also resulted well on the chart, taking up the second position after successfully garnering $27 million which was beyond industry analysts' expectation that have assumed the movie to debut less than $20 million. Last week's number 1, "Click", secured the third with $19.4 million followed by "Cars" and "Nacho Libre" on number 4 and 5, respectively.
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Hugh and Jemima's Relationship in Trouble?

July 03, 2006 03:20:45 GMT

Hugh Grant and girlfriend Jemima Khan are facing the same report, rocky relationship, again. Rumors on the street say that their relationship has hit the rocks once again.

The report was prompted by Khan's solo appearance at Sir Elton John's charity ball on Thursday June 29th. A source at the bash told The Sun: "A few eyebrows were raised when Jemima turned up alone. This is one social event that is always penciled in Hugh's diary."
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"Birds" to be Hatched in Platinum Dunes' Nest

July 03, 2006 03:11:43 GMT

While "The Hitcher" is still in production, Platinum Dunes apparently cannot wait a little bit longer to come up with another film remake as producer Brad Fuller has revealed that the company is developing "The Birds", a new version of Alfred Hitchcock's 1963 suspense classic of the same name, so IGN has reported.

Even so, the movie is likely to present different characters and plot from the original one though the story is based on the same short story that Hitchcock had adapted before. "The concept of birds, certainly, that's the core of the movie but the situations and the plot come from the short story not from the Hitchcock film," Fuller stated firmly.
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Teri Hatcher "Burnt the Toast"

July 03, 2006 02:47:14 GMT


Teri Hatcher is good at seeing opportunity. While she's becoming the center of the spotlight due to the success of the U.S. hit TV show "Desperate Housewives" where she stars in, she also is lending her hand at writing book.

The tell-all book the actress writes, "Burnt Toast: And Other Philosophies of Life", was said to be inspired by the birth of her daughter Emerson. It discusses Hatcher's views on life's numerous lessons, "Entertainment Tonight" reported.
 
 
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