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American Gangster New York Premiere Full of Stars

October 22, 2007 10:48:00 GMT


The brilliance of New York took some higher notches of brightness when a number of famous figures in U.S. entertainment industry gathered up for the world premiere of crime saga on Friday, October 19, 2007 at the Apollo Theatre.

Bracing the heavy rain, the flick's cast members cheerfully mingled with other celebrities at the scene, cheered up by crowds as they strolled down the red carpet for the screening. Pic's leading actors Denzel Washington and Russell Crowe both arrived with their wives, joined by co-stars Josh Brolin, Cuba Gooding Jr., rapper Common, Lymari Nadal, and Armand Assante.

Spike TV's 2007 Scream Awards Winners Unveiled

October 22, 2007 09:57:41 GMT


An annual celebration of the best in horror, sci-fi, fantasy, and comic genres brought by Spike TV, the Scream Awards once again gave out recognitions to a series of proud titles and names on Friday, October 19 at Los Angeles' Greek Theatre.

Big winner turned out to be none other than phenomenal robot movie "Transformers" as it gloriously swept out five prizes in total, most notably Best Science Fiction Movie. Pic also won its two leading actors Shia LaBeouf and Megan Fox the title of Sci-Fi Star and Siren, respectively as well as Best F/X and "Jump-from-Your-Seat" Scene of the Year.

Vampire Tale 30 Days of Night Claims Box Office's Top Slot

October 22, 2007 08:43:57 GMT


As people continue to opt for escapist fare in theaters, it's now the turn of vampire movie "30 Days of Night" to taste its initial triumph on the box office competition running over the weekend of October 19-21, 2007.

Outdistancing its fellow new releases, the Columbia Pictures fright flick successfully garnered quite an impressive amount of $15.95 million in its three-day debut to snatch the top holder of the chart from "Why Did I Get Married?". The Lionsgate release in turn had to go down one place to number two, being only able to put another $12.2 million into its feedbag.

Eva Longoria Toplining New Comedy Pic Lower Learning

October 22, 2007 07:39:24 GMT


It's another big screen role for Eva Longoria. The "Desperate Housewives" star has just been reported to land a starring slot in an elementary school comedy called "Lower Learning" for Starz Media and Ambush Entertainment.

Here the beauty, who recently adopted the last name of hubby Tony Parker behind her own, will be billed as a school inspector assigned to look into shady allegations at a school, run by an unprincipled school principal. Others submitted into the cast include Jason Biggs, Rob Corddry, Ed Helms, Kyle Gass, and Monica Potter.

Second Sweeney Todd Trailer Gets Darker and Bloodier

October 22, 2007 06:56:05 GMT


Cheer up those who expect more blood and gore in the upcoming Tim Burton-director "Sweeney Todd." A second trailer for the flick has finally arrived on the net, bringing with it a much darker tone which gives slight hint that pic will definitely be an R-rated feature.

Now can be watched via YouTube as seen below, the new piece drives out all of the fun of the first, even gives us our initial glimpse of the titular character slashing his victim's neck at the end of it. Yes folks, it's all about vengeance now.

Superman Returns Scribes Not Doing Man of Steel

October 22, 2007 05:07:48 GMT


Though it may have the same leading star and director, "Superman: The Man of Steel" definitely won't get the writers of its predecessor, "Superman Returns", in it.

Report coming from Variety has just revealed that duo Michael Dougherty and Dan Harris have sadly decided not to reprise their writing duties for the project that would reunite them with helmer Bryan Singer. Following their departure, Warner Bros. Pictures reportedly is now taking pitches for the project from other writers amidst its current effort to find the proper cast for "Justice League of America."

Movie Winners Announced at the 2007 UK Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards

October 22, 2007 04:25:48 GMT


Collecting more than three million votes, the UK Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards finally named its winners on Saturday, October 20, 2007 at London's ExCel in its first celebration, picking up a hit flick and two famous actors as champions in its film categories.

Deemed the Best Movie was animated picture "The Simpsons Movie" of which original version "The Simpsons" series also snatched the Best Cartoon title. Meanwhile, the Best Actor and Actress prize went to Johnny Depp and Emma Watson, respectively, the two beating out the likes of Orlando Bloom, Daniel Radcliffe, Keira Knightley, and Cameron Diaz for the honors.

Three More Testing for Justice League of America Roles

October 20, 2007 07:33:52 GMT


Number of acting talents vying for starring slots in "Justice League of America" is getting greater. IESB.net has come up with reports saying Josh Duhamel and Bijou Phillips have both joined the competition while Cinematical.com has learned exclusively that Shannyn Sossamon underwent an audition for Wonder Woman role in the fast-tracking project.

What roles Duhamel and Phillips tested for, however, were not disclosed, but reps for the latter one did confirm to IESB that the actress indeed auditioned for a part in the ensemble superhero cast. Meanwhile, Sossamon was claimed to deeply impress writers Kieran and Michele Mulroney that they championed her to director George Miller to pick her as the Amazon princess.

Saw Midnight Movie Marathon Comes to Theater Near You!

October 20, 2007 06:53:40 GMT


Here's one great news for you all "Saw" fans around the States. In celebrating the coming of "Saw IV", Lionsgate Films will hold the Saw Movie Marathon which gives you chance to watch all three "Saw" movies prior to the midnight showing of the latest installment.

Screenings will start at 6 PM on Thursday, October 25, 2007 in a number of theaters in selected U.S. cities. Check your local listings for showtimes and tickets or you can also visit Break.com for the Midnight Movie Marathon.

Confirmed, Anthony Hopkins Cast in The Wolfman

October 20, 2007 05:02:36 GMT


Ultimately has his way to return to horror genre, Anthony Hopkins is finally positive to join Benicio Del Toro in Universal Pictures' "The Wolfman", MTV Movies Blog has confirmed.

"I'm going to do 'The Wolf Man' with Benicio Del Toro," so the veteran thespian was quoted during an interview for his new experimental art feature "Slipstream."

Early Mutant Chronicles Movie Stills Slip into the Net

October 20, 2007 04:28:37 GMT


Finally, there's something new to grab on the upcoming "Mutant Chronicles." The first group of production photos from the movie have joyously been brought online by now, many thanks to Omelete.com.br.

Not only the pictures point out the remarkable, artistic cinematography made for the sci-fi actioner, they also introduce us to some principal cast members of the movie in their portrayals. Among them are Devon Aoki as Valerie Duval, Thomas Jane as Major Mitch Hunter, and John Malkovich as Constantine.

Second Full Trailer for The Mist Unleashed

October 20, 2007 03:27:59 GMT


Last August, we were given our first look on the footage from Frank Darabont-directed "The Mist", and now finally comes another chance for us to get more glimpses of the movie.

Yes, The Weinstein Company has delightfully submitted the second full trailer for the big screen adaptation of the Stephen King horror novel on the the net. Running about two and a half minutes, it is made available on Yahoo! Movies, but now can also be watched via YouTube as posted below.

Kyra Sedgwick Boards Gerard Butler-Starrer Game

October 19, 2007 09:35:22 GMT


Finally finding an opposite match for Gerard Butler in "Game", Lakeshore Entertainment has picked up "The Closer" star Kyra Sedgwick to join the actor in the cast of the high-concept thriller.

Also recruited into the lineup is Michael C. Hall, widely known for his role as David Fisher in HBO's drama series "Six Feet Under." Filming reportedly is scheduled to start next year in January under the direction of Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor, who both also penned the script.

Naomi Watts Confirmed for Horror Remake The Birds

October 19, 2007 08:59:12 GMT


It's true, the actress finally is back to the horror genre after the "Ring" series. Variety has come up with report confirming that Naomi Watts is set to topline "The Birds", Universal Pictures' new version of the 1963 Alfred Hitchcock-directed feature.

Watts has long been rumored to be cast for the project, which Universal intends to have it developed as a re-imagining of the Daphne Du Maurier short story, the original source that inspired Hitchcock to make the classic. Apart from the beauty, it is also revealed that "Casino Royale" maker Martin Campbell is in negotiation with the studio to direct.

New Title for Woody Allen's Spanish Project

October 19, 2007 07:10:30 GMT


A new title has been applied to Woody Allen-directed latest film project set in Barcelona, Spain. The Hollywood Reporter has brought in news saying the flick is now called "Vicky Cristina Barcelona."

Set for a release in Spain by fall 2008, the romantic drama comedy previously was referred as "Midnight in Barcelona", said before by Allen who did stress that the title was tentative. Not only directs, the famed filmmaker also took duties in writing the screenplay as he consistently did on his past movies.
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