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Gary Oldman Says "They've Called" Him About a Role in 'Star Wars: Episode 7'

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by Mike Sampson February 6, 2014 @ 8:22 AM
Warner Bros.
In addition to an Oscar-nominated career, Gary Oldman has also had an impressive run in movie franchises of late. From 'Harry Potter' to 'The Dark Knight' to 'Planet of the Apes,' Oldman is turning into the new Samuel L. Jackson. The only thing he's missing is a role in the biggest franchise in the world: 'Star Wars'. But, it turns out he might not be missing that for very long.

NBC's Hannibal' Season 2: 'Boardwalk Empire's Michael Pitt is Mason Verger!

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick January 31, 2014 @ 12:53 PM
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Where yesterday brought some exciting 'Hannibal' season 2 news in the form of a new trailer and casting snippets, today comes the season's biggest casting news to date. 'Boardwalk Empire' alum Michael Pitt has officially joined the second season of NBC's darkly dreary cannibal drama in a major recurring role, none other than iconic literary villain Mason Verger!

New 'RoboCop' Clips: "I'd Put Those Guns Down If I Were You" [UPDATE]

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by Jacob Hall January 22, 2014 @ 12:03 PM
http://youtu.be/gf9K-E8uVek
If there's one thing we know for sure, it's that the upcoming remake of 'RoboCop' will be, by default, bigger, louder and faster than the original. A new clip from the film only confirms this, making it very clear that this particular iteration of the cyborg police officer was created in the age of CGI.

'Hannibal' Season 2 Spoilers: What Major Book Villain Might Make an Appearance?

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick January 10, 2014 @ 2:23 PM
NBC
NBC 'Hannibal' creator Bryan Fuller laid out long ago that his dark and delicious take on the iconic character would essentially follow the path traced out by Thomas Harris' novels over the course of seven seasons, a few rights issues not withstanding. Still, as our second course prepares to premiere in late February, we've learned of one majorly exciting new pair to potentially appear late in the season...

New 'RoboCop' Pics Show Off a Strong Ensemble

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by Jacob Hall December 20, 2013 @ 9:40 AM
Sony
The original 'RoboCop' remains a classic for a number of reasons, and one of them is the film's wonderful cast of memorable character actors. Since the remake needs as much help as it can get to live up to the gold standard of the film it's rebooting, it has followed suit and jammed as many high-quality thespians into the production as humanly possible. A new gallery of images has premiered, and rather than show off fancy CGI or action, they serve as a reminder that 'RoboCop' inexplicably has one of the best casts of 2014.

'Dawn of the Planet of the Apes' Trailer: It's a Brave New Simian World

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by Nick Romano December 18, 2013 @ 7:52 AM
20th Century Fox
http://youtu.be/h_9-3Fj3ZdI
Are you ready for the dawn?
At long last, Twentieth Century Fox released the 'Dawn of the Planet of the Apes' trailer, previewing the next chapter in the longstanding 'Planet of the Apes' franchise. As both the rising ape population and the dwindling human race struggle for their share of the world, which will survive to claim the Earth as their own?

See the Cast of 'The Professional' Then and Now

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by Britt Hayes November 6, 2013 @ 11:45 AM
Sony
Luc Besson's 'The Professional' (also known as 'Leon') was released in 1994, and though he made it on the fly while production was delayed on the more time-consuming and costly 'The Fifth Element,' it is widely considered to be the superior film. 'The Professional' stars Jean Reno as a hit man who takes in a 12-year-old girl (Natalie Portman, in her feature debut) when her family is murdered in a police raid. Almost 20 years after the film's release, we take a look back at the cast of this thriller and see what they're up to now.

'Paranoia' Review

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by Matt Patches August 16, 2013 @ 8:39 AM
Relativity Media
While explaining his business model to the soon-to-be corporate spy Adam Cassidy (Liam Hemsworth), tech magnate Nicolas Wyatt (Gary Oldman) relays a timeless adage: "Good artists copy. Great artists steal." That puts 'Paranoia' director Robert Luketic somewhere between the two superlatives, constructing his smart phone-enabled thriller out of every existing blueprint in history while winding up with an entertaining, functional finished product. The twists are inevitable, the turns come from a mile away, but a surprisingly charming and humble Hemsworth (no brooding 'Hunger Games' machismo here) becomes a reliable interface for the old mechanics. It makes sense to pair him with the aging Harrison Ford — if Hemsworth was around in the '70s, the two would be competing for all the same roles.