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'Magic: The Gathering' to Serve as Fox's Latest Attempt at a 'Lord of the...

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Even though it's hard to find people who out and out love The Hobbit movies as much as they do The Lord of the Rings films, there's also no denying that The Desolation of Smaug has made over $800 Million worldwide, and has provided a healthy return on investment. There's a hunger for fantasy films, which Hollywood wants to make but also wants to have name recognition...

Fox To Create Expanded Universe Of 'X-Men' And 'Fantastic Four' Films, Hugh...

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Though the daily superhero news cycle is typically dominated either by Marvel/Disney (with its Avengers and all sub-Avengers films) or Warner Bros. (with whatever Justice League film the upcoming Batman vs. Superman is supposed to be), yesterday’s news cycle was all about Sony’s Spider-Man films and Fox’s X-Men universe.  And today appears to another...

'X-Men: Days Of Future Past' Writer Explains Wolverine and Kitty Pryde Role...

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One of the big changes between the comics and the upcoming X-Men: Days of Future Past is that Kitty Pryde's role as a time-traveler (which connects the original film trilogy's continuity to that of X-Men: First Class) is replaced by Wolverine. In the film, Wolverine is the one who goes back to try and save the mutants. While there are some obvious reasons for...

News Roundup: 'American Hustle' Character Posters, 'Out Of The Furnace'...

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David O. Russell‘s upcoming corruption drama, American Hustle. looks like a good time, especially considering the new vintage-style character posters that Columbia Pictures has released. The posters feature the likes of Bradley Cooper, Jennifer Lawrence, Christian Bale, Amy Adams, and Jeremy Renner. Check them out below. Also, the brand new trailer for Scott Cooper's Out Of The...

Disney Hires 'Empire Strikes Back' And 'Return Of The Jedi' Writer To...

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In new sure to make fanboys and fangirls positively squeal with excitement, The Hollywood Reporter has it that Lawrence Kasdan (you know, the guy who happened to write the scripts for The Empire Strikes Back, Return of the Jedi, and Raiders of the Lost Ark, no big deal) has struck a deal with Disney to write one of...