Why "Captain America" Will Have Title Change Outside, Well, America! 

Because of those god-awful political differences! Can't we just all get along?

According to LA Times' Hero Complex, Marvel Studios' "Captain America: The First Avenger" will be known as simply..."The First Avenger" when it rolls out in Russia, Ukraine, and South Korea this summer.

Listen world, Hollywood is IN America, just sayin'.

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Anthony Hopkins to Play Alfred Hitchcock? 

From a scary cannibal serial-killer to a much-admired director, Anthony Hopkins may soon take a stab to star as Alfred Hitchcock according to the Hollywood Reporter.

Hopkins is in talks to play the Master of Suspense in the planned film, "Alfred Hitchcock and the Making of Psycho," based on Stephen Rebello's non-fiction book.

So not only are we going to get a glimpse inside the making of one of Hollywood's most influential movies, we'll also get to know the man behind it all.

And the best part? Sacha Gervasi, the guy who gave us the excellent documentary "Anvil! The Story of Anvil," is in talks to direct.

John McLaughlin, who wrote the recent Oscar-darling "Black Swan," penned the script which also examines the relationship between Hitchcock and his wife, Alma Reville.

I hope this project moves forward!

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Meryl Streep is Forbes' Comedy Queen! Check Out Top Five Top Grossing Actresses in Comedy! 

Meryl Streep is the greatest living American actress and now, she's also the No. 1 comedy queen according to Forbes! Over the last five years, Streep's comedies namely "The Devil Wears Prada," "Julie & Julia," "It's Complicated," and "Mamma Mia," have earned a combined box-office total of $1.3 billion worldwide! But wait weren't those films mostly dramedies?

At No. 2 is Sarah Jessica Parker with $916 million regardless of her "Sex and the City 2" tanking.

Katherine Heigl takes the No. 3 spot with $773 million with flops like "Killers" and "Life as We Know It" notwithstanding.

Cameron Diaz follows at No. 4 with $768 million.

The newly-baptized Catwoman, Anne Hathaway, enters at No. 5 with $727 million. Meow!

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Oh No! Clint Eastwood Making "A Star Is Born" with Beyonce! 

Clint Eastwood is in early talks to direct "A Star Is Born" for Warner Bros. according to the Hollywood Reporter.

This is wrong in so many levels!

First, really? Another "A Star Is Born" movie?

This would mark the fourth time the project has been turned into a film. First was the 1937 movie starring Janet Gaynor and Fredric March. Then in 1954 with Judy Garland and James Mason, and in 1976 with Barbra Streisand and Kris Kristofferson.

Granted the last reboot was decades ago but do we really need another "A Star Is Born" film? The answer is a resounding NO!

Contemporary Hollywood must leave this rags-to-riches melodrama where it belongs -- in our rich pop-culture history. And that's that!

And then, Eastwood wants to hire Beyonce to play the female lead! Another...what? I admire Beyonce as a singer but the girl can't act! Have you seen her wooden acting in "Obsessed" with Ali Larter? Her acting was unintentionally campy!

Even her most-lauded performance in "Dreamgirls" was pedantic at best. Her acting in the musical was so learned that it came off strained.

Eastwood may be the current director attached to this long-gestating project but at one point, Joel Schumacher and Nick Cassavetes were set to helm. Will Smith and Russell Crowe were also attached to the project once upon a time.

Right now, the search is on for an actor to play an older rock star.

My advice to Mister Clint? Forget about this project and concentrate on "J. Edgar" instead! His biopic on F.B.I. icon J. Edgar Hoover is far more interesting and intriguing and original with a great cast headed by Leonardo DiCaprio, Armie Hammer, Josh Lucas, and Judi Dench!

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Dreams, Ballerinas Dominate Motion Picture Sound Editors' Golden Reel Nominations 

The sounds of dancing ballerinas and thieves of dreams received love from the Motion Picture Sound Editors. "Black Swan" and "Inception" each received 3 nominations apiece for the Editors' Golden Reel Awards.

The winners will be announced on Feb. 20th.

Here's the complete list of nominees (Check our Awards Avenue for complete winners/nominees for all award-giving bodies):


Best Sound Editing: Feature Film Animation

Despicable Me
How To Train Your Dragon
Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole
The Illusionist
Toy Story 3

Best Sound Editing: Feature Film Documentary
Exit Through The Gift Shop
Inside Job
Rush: Beyond the Lighted Stage
Waiting for Superman

Best Sound Editing: Feature Film Foreign Language
North Face
The Girl Who Played With Fire
The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo

Best Sound Editing: Feature Film Music
Alice in Wonderland
Black Swan
Get Low
Harry Potter & the Deathly Hallows Pt. 1
Let Me In
The Losers
The Social Network

Best Sound Editing: Feature Film Music in a Musical
Country Strong
Step Up 3D

Best Sound Editing: Feature Film DX & ADR
Black Swan
Harry Potter & the Deathly Hallows Pt. 1
The Kids Are Alright
The King's Speech
The Social Network
Tron: Legacy
True Grit

Best Sound Editing: Feature Film FX & Foley
127 Hours
Black Swan
True Grit
Iron Man 2
Tron: Legacy


Best Sound Editing: Television Animation

Futurama "The Late Philip J. Fry"
G.I. Joe: Renegades "Homecoming Part 2"
Monster High
Prep And Landing "Operation Secret Santa"
The Avengers - Earth's Mightiest Heroes! "Masters of Evil"
The Penguins of Madagascar "The Lost Treasure of the Golden Squirrel"
The Secret Saturdays

Best Sound Editing: TV Long Form Documentary
30 for 30 "The Two Escobars"
And Man Created Dogs
For Love of Liberty "Parts 1 & 2"

Best Sound Editing: TV Long Form DX & ADR
Temple Grandin
The Pacific "Episode 2"
The Walking Dead "Days Gone By"

Best Sound Editing: TV Long Form FX & Foley
Temple Grandin
The Pacific "Peleliu Landing"
The Walking Dead "Days Gone By"

Best Sound Editing: TV Short Form Music
Boardwalk Empire "Anastasia"
CSI: Miami "L.A."
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation "Unshockable"
Detroit 187 "Pilot"
FlashPoint "The Other Lane"
Fringe "The Box"
Rizzoli & Isles "When the Gun Goes Bang, Bang, Bang"

Best Sound Editing: TV Short Form Music in a Musical
Fringe "Brown Betty"
Glee "The Power of Madonna"
Hellcats "Back of a Car"

Best Sound Editing: TV Short Form DX & ADR
Human Target "Ilsa Pucci"
Mad Men "The Summer Man"
Smallville "Salvation"
The Glades "A Perfect Storm"
The Mentalist "The Red Ponies"
The Tudors "Sixth and the Final Wife"
The Walking Dead "Guts"
True Blood "9 Crimes"

Best Sound Editing: TV Short Form FX & Foley
Breaking Bad "One Minute"
Human Target "Pilot"
Lost "Ab Aeterno"
Supernatural "Point of No Return"
The Bridge "Chain of Fools"
The Tudors "Sixth and the Final Wife"}
The Walking Dead "Guts"
True Blood "I Smell a Rat"


Best Sound Editing: Computer Episodic Entertainment

A Drop of True Blood - "Sam"
House M.D. "Nurse Jeffrey"
Wild Grinders

Best Sound Editing: Computer Interactive Entertainment
Epic Mickey
Fable 3
Final Fantasy 14
Lost Plant 2
World of Warcraft: Cataclysm

Best Sound Editing: Direct to Video Animation
Batman: Under the Red Hood
DC Showcase: Jonah Hex
Family Guy: It's A Trap
The Penguins of Madagascar "Dr. Blowhole's Revenge"
Tom and Jerry Meet Sherlock Holmes

Best Sound Editing: Direct to Video Live Action
30 Days of Night: Dark Days
Caprica "Apotheosis"
Lost Boys 3: The Thirst
Best Sound Editing: Special Venue
Journey to Mecca|
MacGillivray Freeman's Arabia
Under the Sea 3D

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