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Jennifer Garner Enters "The Kingdom"

May 08, 2006 02:26:09 GMT

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Jennifer Garner will probably join Jamie Foxx and Chris Cooper to enter "The Kingdom". The actress reportedly is in talks to star in the drama thriller film.

The story of the flick centers on Foxx's character, who is leading an elite team of counter-terrorism investigators trying to find those responsible for a deadly bombing attack on American workers the Middle East. Once inside the previously off-limits desert kingdom, the Americans engage a local police officer to help in their investigation but end up frustrated by bureaucracy and tradition, and find their lives threatened.

New Line Cinema Okays "Rush Hour 3" Production

May 05, 2006 07:27:28 GMT

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After some "controversies", New Line Cinema finally okays the production of the highly anticipated "Rush Hour 3". New Line Production President Toby Emmerich announced May 4th, 2006 that the film would start production this fall with a 2007 release date being eyed.

In the meantime, fellow actors Chris Tucker and Jackie Chan will both star in, reprising their role as LAPD detective James Carter and Chinese Chief Inspector Lee which will feature the action comedy duo traveling to Paris to battle a wing of the Chinese organized crime family, the Triads.

Zeta-Jones Is Poised to Star in Death Defying Act

May 05, 2006 03:40:00 GMT

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Academy Award winning actress Catherine Zeta-Jones is in talks to star opposite Guy Pearce in "Death Defying Acts."

Of drama genre "Death Defying Acts" actually is a movie about Harry Houdini which story centers on the height of his career in 1926, when he toured the world, amassing large crowds with his elaborate and daring escape performances.

Cast Set to Star in "Broken English"

May 04, 2006 09:39:07 GMT

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While writer-director Zoe Cassavetes is about to make his feature debut in the forthcoming "Broken English", the likes of Parker Posey, Drea DeMatteo, Josh Hamilton, Justin Theroux, Gena Rowlands and Jeanne Moreau, are all set to star in.

As of Posey, the actress is slated to portray Nora, a successful New Yorker with little success at romance. All that changes when she meets a Frenchman, Melvil Poupaud's role, who sweeps her off her feet and off to Paris, inspiring her to travel as a courier with her best friend Audrey (DeMatteo).

Actors Come to "Where the Wild Things Are"

May 04, 2006 08:41:22 GMT

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Several notable actors, like Benicio Del Toro, Catherine O'Hara, Forest Whitaker and Michelle Williams, are all joining the cast of the upcoming "Where the Wild Things Are".

All of them will voice characters in the writer-director Spike Jonze's adaptation of Maurice Sendak's children's book of the same title.

Those Work on the "Weiners"

May 04, 2006 04:41:42 GMT

Do you know what's new on the film industry? It's Mark Steilen capability to direct the forthcoming "Weiners."

Of comedy adventure genre, "Weiners" revolves around best friends who travel across the country in a homemade weinermobile to face their inner demons and battle a nefarious talk show host.

More Stars Joining the "Wild Hogs" Cast

May 04, 2006 04:13:55 GMT

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The cast of the upcoming "Wild Hogs" increases in number as Jill Hennessy and Tichina Arnold have committed to star in. Both of them are joining the already on-board cast, including John Travolta, Tim Allen, Martin Lawrence and William H. Macy.

While Hennessy is slated to play Allen's wife and Arnold about to play Lawrence's wife, the rest mentioned cast will all star as the bikers, who get more than they bargained for when they encounter a New Mexico gang called the Del Fuegos.

Winners at the 32nd Annual Saturn Awards

May 03, 2006 06:04:57 GMT

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Talking about "Batman Begins" and "King Kong", both besides scoring great in box office, also are making sensation at the 32nd annual Saturn Awards held May 2nd, 2006 in Universal City, Calif.

Bringing home three awards each, as for "Batman Begins" the flick nabs honor for the categories of Best Fantasy Film, Best Actor for Christian Bale, and Best Writing. Meanwhile, "King Kong" wins the categories of Best Actress for Naomi Watts, Best Director for Peter Jackson, and Best Special Effects.

Movie Stars Included in "P.D.R."

May 03, 2006 05:11:30 GMT

Tom Arnold has at last decided to take the hot job, joining the cast of "P.D.R.". The actor thus will star in the drama flick alongside the likes of Terrence Howard and Bernie Mac.

In the Lionsgate film project, Howard is set to play the role of Jim Ellis, who in the 1970s started a black swim team in one of the roughest neighborhoods in Philadelphia. As for Arnold, he will play the racist swim coach of the rival team.

Jack Black Just Be Kind for Comedy "Rewind"

May 02, 2006 08:59:27 GMT

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The next character that Jack Black about to display is a kind of eccentric. The actor reportedly has signed on to star in the upcoming drama comedy "Be Kind Rewind".

Jack is slated to portray a man who becomes accidentally magnetized while trying to sabotage a power plant. His magnetic field erases all the tapes in the video store where his best friend works. To save the store, the duo re-enact and re-film every movie that its single loyal customer, an elderly woman, rents.

Tonight, Will Smith & Gabriele Muccino Come

May 02, 2006 05:56:49 GMT

Signed on to star in "Tonight, He comes" has made it possible for Will Smith to reunite with director Gabriele Muccino.

Of action drama genre, "Tonight, He Comes" centers on a tortured superhero who crash-lands in Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn, and tries to transform himself by romancing an alluring housewife, causing chaos in the city.

Among the Winners at the 10th Annual Prism Awards

May 02, 2006 03:55:31 GMT

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"Walk the Line", the Johnny Cash biopic, nabs the top honor at the 10th annual Prism Awards held Thursday April 29th, 2006 at the Beverly Hills Hotel. The drama movie wins an award for the category of Feature Film Wide Release, thanks to its accurate portrayals of drug, alcohol and tobacco use and addiction within entertainment programming.

Some other winners include Kelly Rowan from "The O.C." who brings home the honor for Performance in a Drama Series Episode for Television category and Lori Loughlin who gets the Performance in a Drama Multi-Episode Storyline for Television honor for her portrayal in "Summerland".

Into the Wild, Catherine Keener and Vince Vaughn

May 02, 2006 03:33:24 GMT

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Catherine Keener and Vince Vaughn have both agreed to walk on "Into the Wild". The twosome has agreed to star in the upcoming action adventure flick, which Sean Penn is going to direct.

The story will portray Christopher McCandless, who graduated from college in 1992, abandoned his possessions and hitchhiked to Alaska to live in the wilderness and return to nature. He died four months later in an abandoned bus at a remote campsite.

Jan De Bont Won't Stop the "Power"

May 01, 2006 07:25:56 GMT

Not even once the thought to stop the "Power" crosses his mind. In fact, Jan De Bont is challenged to work on the "Stopping Power" and thus signs on to direct the flick.

Shooting is slated to begin in Germany next September, with casting is underway. Of action thriller genre, "Stopping Power" revolves around a test pilot in Berlin who is on vacation with his daughter and girlfriend when their RV is hijacked at a gas station, with the daughter inside.

The 10 Films Win Big at North America Box Office

May 01, 2006 05:00:15 GMT

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In the past few days, moviegoers have been treated with some new movies, but as usual there will only one winner on the chart. Apparently, in the week ended Sunday April 30th, 2006, the North America box office is dominated by the family-friendly road-trip comedy "R.V." which opens at No. 1 on the chart, scoring $16.4 million in ticket sales.

Meanwhile, the acclaimed Sept. 11 drama "United 93" debuts at 2nd place with $11.6 million, just one place ahead of "Stick It" which opens at No. 3 with $11.3 million. Last weekend's top movie, "Silent Hill" is at No. 4, taking in $9.3 million, followed after by "Scary Movie 4" at No. 5 with $7.8 million, and "The Sentinel" at No. 6 with $7.6 million.
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