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Brad Pitt to Become Matt Damon's Replacement in The Fighter

September 21, 2007 09:55:30 GMT

Sad to say that Matt Damon has taken departure from "The Fighter" due to busy schedule, but his possible replacement thankfully will be as remarkable as the actor in acting quality.

That's right, Paramount Pictures has confirmed that Brad Pitt is now in discussions to take over Damon's role of Dickie Eklund, a real-life talented fighter who turned to crime but later changed direction by helping his under-performing half brother to be a boxing champion. Set to play the brother, Micky Ward, is Mark Wahlberg with Darren Aronofsky to direct.

New Pathology Trailer Arrives

September 21, 2007 09:08:24 GMT

The time has come for MGM to reveal more glimpses of its upcoming crime thriller "Pathology." The studio has finally brought up a new trailer for the movie on the net via video sharing website YouTube.

Running over two minutes, the trailer, as you can see below, follows Milo Ventimiglia's character Ted Gray as he joins one of the nation's most prestigious Pathology programs. Several characters are also introduced while viewers get provided with the basic story of the flick.

007 May Be Given Gadgets in Bond 22

September 21, 2007 08:16:56 GMT

The suave British agent probably won't have to rely heavily on his wits and brawn in the next installment of his adventure, "Bond 22" scribe Paul Haggis has hinted.

Appearing on CBS' "The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson", the man indicated that traditional Bond gadgets previously eschewed by "Casino Royale" might make their comeback this time around in the flick.

Possible Incredible Hulk Artwork Slips into the Net

September 21, 2007 06:46:28 GMT

After a series of set pictures, now comes what appears to be a possible piece of artwork for the highly-anticipated "The Incredible Hulk" on the net.

Posted on Superhero Hype!, the artwork, as you can see on the left, is said to be used by both Marvel Studios and Universal Pictures for the marketing campaign and merchandising next year for the flick.

Confirmed, Justice League Gets Fast-Tracked with George Miller to Helm!

September 21, 2007 04:57:12 GMT

It's official, folks, the fate of superheroes in "Justice League of America" now lies in the hands of George Miller. Variety has confirmed that Warner Bros. Pictures is fast-tracking the project with the "Mad Max" director to make it as the studio's tentpole in 2009.

A pre-strike priority for Warner Bros., the live-action movie is reported to currently be in the initial phases of casting, which appear to be a major hard task due to its presentation of a pantheon of superheroes. Among the pack, the likely choices will be Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, the Flash, and Aquaman.

New Aliens vs. Predator - Requiem Trailer Soars Online

September 21, 2007 03:57:33 GMT

Almost a month has passed since the first arrival of the first gory trailer for "Aliens vs. Predator - Requiem" and now, a new trailer, presumably an international one, has safely landed on the net to allow moviegoers learning more about the upcoming action thriller sci-fi.

Available at FilmWeb in QuickTime format, the trailer can also be accessed from Aliens vs. Predator - Requiem Trailer section at AceShowBiz. While bit of new footage is inserted in, here fans are informed that the big battle is taking place in Gunnison, Colorado, of which population is becoming less and less as the outer-space beings start to wage their war there.

Lions for Lambs Set for Premiere at the 51st London Film Fest

September 20, 2007 09:54:58 GMT

Bringing the film abroad, Robert Redford will get his latest directorial effort "Lions for Lambs" premiered at this year’s London Film Festival, which is going to host 184 full-length films and 133 shorts from 43 countries.

Pic will have its first screening on October 22, 2007 at Odeon Leicester Square as part of Gala and Special Screenings program. Redford, who also takes starring part in the political drama, is expected to attend the event alongside co-stars Tom Cruise and Meryl Streep.

Ryan Reynolds and Kristen Stewart Cast in Adventureland

September 20, 2007 09:44:09 GMT

The next talents picked for the project after Jesse Eisenberg, Ryan Reynolds and Kristen Stewart have both landed starring slots in "Adventureland", the next directorial effort from "Superbad" helmer Greg Mottola.

Also written by Mottola, the coming-of-age comedy is set in year 1987 and centers on an uptight recent college graduate (Eisenberg) who is forced to take a degrading minimum-wage job at the local amusement park. Reynolds is learned to play an aspiring rock star and the icon of cool to all the kids working at the park while Stewart will become the romantic lead, a tomboy who also works at the park.

Anna Faris to Get Serious in a Porn-Star Biopic

September 20, 2007 09:23:57 GMT

Getting out of her zone of comfort in comedic genre, Anna Faris is readying herself to portray a very different role in what she calls a 'deep, dark drama.'

The actress told MTV on Tuesday, September 18, 2007 that she would become porn star Linda Lovelace in a biopic about her entitled "Inferno" which she hopes to be finished filming before the impending strike in June.

Pictures from He's Just Not That Into You Film Set

September 20, 2007 08:25:39 GMT

Several new photos from the Los Angeles set of rom-com flick "He's Just Not That Into You" have delightfully surfaced on the net, thanks to Just Jared.

Images taken showed Jennifer Aniston as she went around the set on Wednesday, September 18, 2007 with fellow Hollywood star Ben Affleck also present on the spot. The twosome have been learned to be part of the movie's star-studded cast which include Drew Barrymore, Jennifer Connelly, and Scarlett Johansson among others.

New Beowulf Theatrical Trailer Arrives

September 20, 2007 07:18:43 GMT

After the first, come the second. Yes, Paramount Pictures has smoothly launched a second theatrical trailer for "Beowulf" on the net following the release of the first one in late July.

Posted exclusively on Apple.com, the trailer can also be reached through Beowulf Trailer page at AceShowBiz. Fans should really be delightful as it not only has more footage to be seen but also gives introduction to some new characters.

Assassination of Jesse James New York Premiere Sparkled

September 20, 2007 04:57:42 GMT

In the follow-up to its Venice, Deauville, Toronto, and Los Angeles screenings, a New York premiere was held for Western movie "The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford" on Tuesday night, September 18, 2007.

Taking place at the city's Ziegfeld Theatre, the occasion found some well-known names merrily walking the red carpet besides the presence of the cast members like Brad Pitt, Casey Affleck, Mary-Louise Parker, and Alison Elliot. The most interesting one probably was Pitt's "Ocean's Thirteen" co-star George Clooney, who brought along his new girlfriend Sarah Larson.

First Sex and the City Set Image Comes Up

September 20, 2007 03:47:58 GMT

Principal photography has finally begun on "Sex and the City" and the first picture from the set has already made its way online, which you can see on the left.

Courtesy of New Line Cinema, the photo features Sarah Jessica Parker as Carrie Bradshaw and Chris Noth as Mr. Big. The couple, as learned from the original series, had an on-and-off-again relationship for some time, but in the final episode ultimately decided to establish an open, honest relationship in New York.

Stars Highlighting Into the Wild L.A. Premiere

September 19, 2007 10:22:43 GMT

Handfuls of Hollywood's notable figures from various generations gathered merrily yesterday, September 18, 2007 for one purpose only: attending the Los Angeles Premiere for "Into the Wild" at The Directors Guild of America in Los Angeles, California.

Representing young generation were the likes of Alana Curry, Ben Foster, Christina Ricci, Lyndsy Fonseca, Emile Hirsch, Jena Malone, and Kristen Stewart, the latter three being the cast members of the movie.

Matthew McConaughey Fills in Owen Wilson's Slot in Tropic Thunder

September 19, 2007 09:40:09 GMT

The empty seat left by Owen Wilson in "Tropic Thunder" is finally re-occupied. Variety has brought in report informing that Matthew McConaughey is taking over the role the "Wedding Crashers" star dropped after he was hospitalized for suicide attempt.

As Wilson's replacement, McConaughey thereby will only appear as an uncredited cameo in the project. While late notice, the hunk just needs to take a week out of his filming schedule to undergo his scenes there.
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