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News Roundup: Bradley Cooper Rescues 'Jane Got A Gun,' New 'Great Gatsby'...

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Bradley Cooper is a very busy man. He's set to star in David O. Russell's next project, and has also been cast in Cameron Crowe's upcoming (and still untitled) film. But that's not stopping him from saving Jane Got A Gun. The western project has gone through a lot of changes this past month; Jude Law was the latest to quit the project. But word is Cooper is stepping to save the day....

DVD and Blu-ray Picks for March 26 - April 1

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An Oscar winner, some television and some great catalog titles are the treats of the week. And those who love Star Trek are getting one of the better (though maligned) shows on Blu-ray. All in all a good week for fans.

'World War Z' Trailer: Brad Pitt Fights Zombies

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One of the summer's biggest question marks is Marc Forster's World War Z, which Paramount delayed from the end of 2012, into June 2013 and hired new writers to punch up/totally re-write the ending. Did they have enough good stuff to make all those reshoots (supposedly there were more recently) worth it? Perhaps. Check out the new trailer that plays up the global...

'World War Z' Super Bowl Trailer: It's Loud, There Are Zombies And Brad...

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There’s not much more that we can say about the Super Bowl TV spot for Marc Forster's upcoming zombie apocalypse film World War Z than we already noted in the headline—the 30 second clip basically crams in some loud Inception orchestral bleats, some heavy CGI, and Brad Pitt’s remarkably goofy haircut before abruptly ending so that we...

Brad Pitt May Star As Pontius Pilate In Religious Biopic

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Rumor has it (according to Deadline, via Cinema Blend) that Brad Pitt—in addition to already having starring vehicles World War Z, Twelve Years a Slave, and The Counselor all set to be released in 2013—is currently mulling the possibility of starring in Pontius Pilate as the title character.  The Warner Bros.-produced...

'World War Z' Trailer: Brad Pitt's Hair Versus Hordes Of CGI Zombies

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After months and months of bad press—director Marc Forster (Quantum of Solace) has lost control of the production, massive budget and scheduling overruns, rewrite after rewrite, extensive alterations from Max Brooks’ novel, etc.—World War Z finally got a 30 second preview earlier this week, which didn’t tell us much...

'World War Z': First Footage Shows Brad Pitt Battling A Zombie Apocalypse

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World War Z hasn’t exactly had an easy go of things.   Rumor has it that Marc Forster (yes, the director who was similarly in over his head with Quantum of Solace) lost control of the production, with budget overruns, constant script rewrites, and ghost direction forcing the film to move from a December 2012 release to a much more distant...

'20,000 Leagues Under The Sea' Has Been Put On Hold, David Fincher Wants...

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David Fincher fans who were awaiting the director’s big-scale adaptation of Jules Verne’s 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, you may want to stop holding your breath for just a bit—sadly for you, the film has now been put on hiatus by Disney.  But hey, if it ever does get made, Brad Pitt will likely star in it… that’s something, right?

'World War Z' Faltering Production Has Become 'A Nightmare From Top To...

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Earlier this month, we reported to you that the increasingly troubled World War Z production will be entering into six to seven weeks of reshoots to reshape the film’s second half, with rewrites provided by Prometheus writer Damon Lindelof.  After much speculation, The Hollywood Reporter has delivered the inside scoop as to what went wrong with the production—a...

New 'Killing Them Softly' Clip Features Brad Pitt Explaining A Kind And...

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In Killing Them Softly, three dolts rob a card game protected by the Mob, sending the local underground economy into a tailspin.  Enter Brad Pitt, who plays an enforcer sent in to track the thieves down and get back the money.  Directed by Andrew Dominik (The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford), it’s a movie we’re,...

Brad Pitt's 'Killing Them Softly' Gets A Poster

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Brad Pitt's Killing Them Softly will be making its debut at the Cannes Film Festival tomorrow. We've already gotten a taste of the film in a clip involving Ray Liotta's character getting an unpleasant visit from Sam Shepard and rapper Slaine. Now, thanks to Moviefone, we've got a poster to go along. Check it out.

Cogan's Trade, Scary Movie 5 and Butter Get Dated

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One of our most highly anticipated films of the year reunites Brad Pitt with The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford director Andrew Dominik, and after the extended post-production schedule of their last film, it was hard to know how long the wait would be for their follow-up Cogan's Trade. Wonder no more, The Weinstein...

Brad Pitt's 'World War Z' On Track To Become A Zombie Film Trilogy

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Well, this isn’t entirely surprising. News broke today that World War Z, the Brad Pitt-starring, Marc Forster-directed adaptation of the Max Brooks novel might be evolving from a single-film adaptation and into a three-movie franchise, all of which will star Pitt as a UN fact-finder up against a world-wide zombie pandemic.

Brad Pitt To Retire In Three Years

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Well Brad Pitt fans, the worst news since the cancellation of Oceans 247: Jesus, We Just Keep Churning These Out, Don’t We? broke yesterday: Brad Pitt will quit acting in three years. Gasp! That means there’s only 1095 days left to make Interview with a Vampire II: Interview Harder!

Moneyball: Movie Review

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When I saw Moneyball I realized one thing -- thank the Cine-Gods, it's fall. Most of the silly action flicks, meaningless horror films, and silly rom-coms are out of the way, and it's time to get into those hard hitting, meaningful, 2+ hour, dramas that will soon be award contenders. I love this time of year, though I didn't necessarily love this film, it fulfilled a...

Brad Pitt's 'World War Z' Adaptation May Upset Fans With Plot Changes

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Well, this is sure to miff World War Z fans—turns out that the Brad Pitt-starring film adaptation of Max Brooks’ hyper-popular World War Z novel (in which planet Earth is overrun by a zombie infestation) has tinkered with the novel’s original storyline, leaving some concerned that hardcore fans of the novel will revolt against the film.

Tree of Life: Movie Review

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In 2010, there was word that Cannes was holding up announcing their slate in hopes that Terrence Malick's Tree of Life would be ready in time. Cannes got Tree of Life- where it recieved some boos and won the Palme D'or - but a year later, as Malick and company were still deep in post-production. Most...

Brad Pitt's 'World War Z' Zombie Apocalypse Film Back From The Dead

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After being locked in the throes of development hell, it looks like World War Z, the Brad Pitt-starring adaptation of Max Brooks’ novel, World War Z: An Oral History of the Zombie War, is back from the dead (see what I did there?  Back from the dead!  ‘Cause it’s a story about a zombie apocalypse!  Get it?  Get it?... Ahem.  I’m...