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Some thoughts on DIVERGENT’s decision to split ALLEGIANT into two movies, and who/what is affected by the divide.

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After allowing fans to vote on their favorite DARK KNIGHT RISES cover earlier this week, Empire Magazine has recently releaseed another Bat-goodie.  They have a limited edition cover which is exclusive to subscribers only featuring none other than Bane himself. Different than the original two that were first shown this

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Director J.J. Abrams wants actor Benicio Del Toror to play the villain in his upcoming sequel to STAR TREK.  “I would love to see Del Toro in a Star Trek film, the guy makes for a great sinister villain, and he would be awesome!”, says Abrams.  It was reported that an official offer could go

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Danger Mouse’s album Rome is being turned into a feature film. Pitchfork (via Variety) reports that the story will be based on Alden Bell’s novel The Reapers Are the Angels and incorporate the album as an underpinning to the story, which centers on “a girl born into a post-apocalyptic world

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Recording artist Pink will take her very first crack at film.  A well established pop and R&B singer, Pink also known as Alecia Moore, has jsut signed on to be included among the cast of Stuart Blumberg’s THANKS FOR SHARING.  She will be among some pretty well known actors; ensemble

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So in addition to the uber-high prices to see a film in 3D nowadays, not to mention the stupid high cost to see one in a regular format, the almighty Sony has chosen to stop providing movie-goers with 3D glasses. “What does this mean?”, you ask.  It means, my friends,

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If there is one thing that the cinematic adventures Harry Potter will be remembered for it’s the incredible cast. Bringing together some of the world’s finest actors, the franchise has boasted A-list stars from Bill Nighy, Michael Gambon and Alan Rickman to Kenneth Branagh, Ralph Fiennes and Jim Broadbent. However,

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