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Watch Them All, Seven Clips from No Country for Old Men

November 14, 2007 09:35:54 GMT


Though "No Country For Old Men" has already slipped into the theaters in limited release, sure it won't do no wrong for us to continue taking peek from the hugely-praised movie in our anticipation for its wide release on November 21, 2007.

Being so, come feast your eyes on seven clips from the flick which undeniably will provide you better understanding about it before you go to theaters nearby to watch and applaud this Coens Brothers' latest directing work. Also feel free to check out other footage featured at AceShowBiz's No Country for Old Men Trailer page.

Marcus Nispel to Helm Friday the 13th Remake

November 14, 2007 09:05:16 GMT


Previously brought back Leatherface into the big screen, now Marcus Nispel is on the brink to also revive Jason Voorhees on the same platform. Yes, The Hollywood Reporter has just confirmed that the maker of 2003's "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre" is in final negotiations to helm "Friday the 13th" which Michael Bay's Platinum Dunes is producing.

A new version of the 1980 classic, project reportedly will make some changes on the portion of Jason's appearance. While the iconic horror character only showed up briefly in the final frames in the original and didn't even don his famous mask until the third movie, the new one will focus on the unstoppable killer and see him wear the mask and kill instead besides keeping the famous setting of Crystal Lake.

New Batch of The Mist Stills Arrives

November 14, 2007 08:11:40 GMT


More than one month has passed since we saw the last production photos for "The Mist" on the net, but need not sulking anymore, folks, a new series of stills from the movie has just been posted on-line by now, thanks to Filmz.ru.

While the previous batch centered more on Thomas Jane in his role as David Drayton, this one, on the other hand, mostly presents Marcia Gay Harden as Mrs. Carmody, an outspoken member of the trapped group who causes its division.

Actress Found for Lavender Brown Role in Harry Potter 6


November 14, 2007 07:29:21 GMT


From thousands of hopefuls, a single name has finally been picked up for the role of Lavender Brown in "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince."

Report from CBBC Newsround stated that the coveted part was secured by 20-year-old Jessie Cave yet it is not known whether she was cast through the open casting call or separate audition. A newcomer in film industry, Cave so far only has one acting credit in her resume as Stella in CBBC's upcoming made-for-TV drama feature "Summerhill."

Official Rambo Site Brought to Life

November 14, 2007 06:47:03 GMT


Maintaining a good pace in its marketing campaign on "Rambo", Lionsgate Films now has launched online an official site for the action thriller, which will be the fourth big screen installment of the Vietnam War veteran tale.

Nothing posted yet there except for the official trailer for the movie that you can either embed or send to your friends. Just stay tune for more goodies to come and stick to AceShowbiz for the good news.

Spy Video from The Changeling L.A. Shoot Surfaces

November 14, 2007 05:16:50 GMT


As filming on "The Changeling" resumes following Angelina Jolie's return from "Beowulf" premiere in London, U.K., a new spy video capturing the movie's shooting process has surprisingly hit the net.

Along with it, some spy pictures on the actress from the set have also come up, which you can check down below apart from the left one.

New National Treasure: Book of Secrets Featurettes Hit

November 14, 2007 03:20:40 GMT


Giving different yet exciting look on its upcoming "National Treasure: Book of Secrets", Walt Disney Pictures has delightfully launched not only one but two new featurettes for the flick, which will likely evoke your adventurous sense.

Both coming in a wide arrange of format, they are now available to reach via the links found at Aceshowbiz's National Treasure: Book of Secrets Trailer section or you can just simply grab it down below.

Black Book Helmer Handling The Topkapi Affair

November 13, 2007 09:39:22 GMT


A directing name has finally been hired to take care of "The Topkapi Affair." Variety has given confirmation that the assigned person is none other than Paul Verhoeven, who recently drew praise for his 2006 thriller war flick "Black Book."

Verhoeven's inclusion thereby gives signal that MGM as the studio behind the sequel to 1999's "The Thomas Crown Affair" has committed to a big-budget picture instead. Production is reportedly due to start in January using locations in Europe.

Jason Reitman Reunites with Diablo Cody in Jennifer's Body

November 13, 2007 09:16:51 GMT


The dynamic duo will get together once again after their acclaimed work in "Juno." The Hollywood Reporter has brought in news stating famed filmmaker Jason Reitman is set to reunite with Diablo Cody in comedic horror flick "Jennifer's Body" that she penned for Fox Atomic.

Here the man is reported to serve as the picture's producer alongside Dan Dubiecki through their shingle, Hard C, which is housed at both Fox Searchlight and Atomic. Project has already had Megan Fox to topline with Mason Novick also producing.

New Beowulf Featurette Brought On-Line

November 13, 2007 08:41:02 GMT


Another behind-the-scene clip for the forthcoming "Beowulf" has been released onto the net, featuring interviews with creative minds behind the flick which no doubt will give you more info about the making of the animated epic.

Available on Apple.com, the featurette can also be reached via Beowulf Trailer section at AceShowbiz.

Ridley Scott Takes Supernatural Thriller as New Directing Project

November 13, 2007 07:53:43 GMT


Just achieved commercial success through his latest work "American Gangster", Ridley Scott has already got something new lined up in his busy schedule. Report from Variety reveals that the renowned filmmaker is now attached to helm a supernatural thriller of Fox 2000 production entitled "Stones."

Aimed to be a big-scale feature in the genre, project will center on the mysterious destruction of ancient religious sites around the world. Later it is learned that Stonehenge turns out to be the tie that binds together artifacts that still have primeval powers.

Director Commentary Clip for The Mist Gets Launched

November 13, 2007 07:17:57 GMT


Tons of footage from "The Mist" have been brought continuously through trailers and clips since the past month, and now it's time to hear some words from the maker himself regarding the horror flick.

Yes, a clip for the movie featuring helmer Frank Darabont has smoothly been put on-line at Yahoo! Movies for us to check out. In the piece, labeled "Director Commentary", the man eagerly shares his experience on the set while watching a clip from the film, the recently-released one "There's Nothing Out There."

Mexican Star Mayrin Villanueva Could Be the New Bond Girl

November 13, 2007 04:59:36 GMT


If the tidbit proves legit, it could only mean one thing: the next Bond girl has already been found.

MI6.co.uk has heard from a TV news show in Mexico that local star Mayrin Villanueva has secured an acting slot in "Bond 22", of which producers were said to look for a Latina face to be a Bond girl in the movie. Local news coverage cited Villanueva's husband Jorge Poza to even claim that the actress does score the coveted role.

Star Trek On-Set Spy Pics and Video Featuring Young Spock

November 13, 2007 04:19:03 GMT


Turns out we did not have to wait long enough to grab our glimpse on the production of J.J. Abrams-directed "Star Trek" for some pictures and a video from the set have already been brought on-line by now.

Provided by JFX Online, the photos, one of which you can see above left, mostly feature Zachary Quinto as young Mr. Spock, complete with his Vulcan ears. There are also shots of Abrams discussing something with Quinto, though. Check the link above for more.

Rapper Xzibit Nabs Acting Stint in Oliver Stone's Pinkville

November 12, 2007 09:57:08 GMT


Elaborating his big screen resume, rapper Xzibit has given his commitment to take part in Vietnam War drama "Pinkville" which Oliver Stone is set to direct, The Hollywood Reporter has revealed.

The man, whose real name is Alvin Joiner, thereby joins the cast already filled by Bruce Willis, Channing Tatum and Woody Harrelson. Here he will portray a soldier who is convinced he carried out his orders in a moral way.
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