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Gary Ross backs out of Hunger Games sequel

The Hunger Games director Gary Ross has officially backed out from helming the sequel, Catching Fire. He released a statement explaining his busy production schedule, saying he wouldn’t have the time needed to do justice to the movie. He added, “I loved making The Hunger Games —... full story

New Carrie Bradshaw revealed for Sex and the City

After months of searching, the CW network has finally revealed who they’ve cast as young Carrie Bradshaw in the pilot for their new Sex and the City prequel series, The Carrie Diaries, based on the book of the same name by author Candace Bushnell. A studio rep... full story

Twilight star banned from The Hunger Games

Actor Kellan Lutz — known to Twilight fans as Emmet Cullen — really wanted a part in the upcoming big-screen adaptation of The Hunger Games, according to The Insider. But when he tried to audition, he was told he wasn’t allowed to thanks to his role in... full story

Megan Fox, Lindsay Lohan vying for Elizabeth Taylor role

Both Megan Fox (left) and Lindsay Lohan (right) are being considered to play Elizabeth Taylor (middle) in a made-for-TV production called Liz and Dick for the Lifetime Network. The film’s executive producer Larry Thompson confirmed the news to E! News, saying: “I’ve been talking to Lindsay Lohan directly,... full story

Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close breakout star Thomas Horn

Extremely Loud and & Incredibly Close might not be the easiest film to watch, but it will undoubtedly be one you will never forget. Based on the bestselling novel of the same name, the film centers around a young boy named Oskar Shell. Oskar is an extremely special and... full story

No more Batman for Christian Bale

Christian Bale says now that he’s finished filming The Dark Knight Rises, he’s hanging up his Batman cape. He told the Philippine Daily Inquirer during an interview that took place in Beverly Hills: “I wrapped a few days ago, so that will be the last time I’m taking that... full story

James Bond Skyfall casting news

British actor Ben Whishaw has been cast as MI6 gadget master Q in the newest Bond film, entitled Skyfall. Q was previously played by John Cleese in the 2002 Bond film, Die Another Day, and prior to that, by Desmond Llewelyn. In the films, Q is the one... full story

Dark Knight incorporates Wall Street protests into film

Shooting on The Dark Knight Rises moves from Los Angeles to New York City next week and according to an insider, director Christopher Nolan plans to put the Wall Street protests to good use. Production details are being kept under wraps, but according to an insider, cast members... full story

Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s Batman role announced

After much speculation in the media and amongst fans, Warner Bros. and director Chris Nolan have finally announced what role Joseph Gordon-Levitt is going to play in the new Batman movie, entitled The Dark Knight Rises. He’ll portray John Blake, a Gotham City beat cop assigned to special duty... full story

Sandra Bullock named Entertainer of the Year

Sandra Bullock has been named this year’s Entertainment Weekly Entertainer of the Year, an honor she earned (on top of two Golden Globe nominations) for her roles in The Proposal and The Blind Side. The Hollywood star beat out the cast of HBO’s vampire series True Blood for the title, followed... full story

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