Rising Sun Pictures, the Australian special effects company responsible for the computer magic of "X-Men Origins: Wolverine" denied responsibility for the leak of the film.
Rising Sun chairman and co-founder Tony Clark says:
"As we worked on individual sequences within the film, neither Rising Sun Pictures or its staff members have ever been in possession of a full-length version, so it would have been impossible for the movie to have been leaked from here."
Here's my question -- if the leaked film does not have special effects, how can Rising Sun be responsible for it?
Needless to say, the film's parent company, 20th Century Fox is furious! Studio bosses are vowing to force prosecution!
The FBI are investigating the case!
So be good little boys and girls, and wait patiently for the film to open May 1!
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Sacha Baron Cohen is always a delight!
Take a look at the trailer for "Bruno!" By the way, the film comes out July 10!
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Vin Diesel and co. return for the fourth installment of "The Fast and the Furious" franchise. This time, it's just called "Fast & Furious."
But is this action flick better than "Adventureland?" This is Kristen Stewart's follow-up to her mega-successful film "Twilight."
Find out which movie is my pick of the week!
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Save the date "SATC" fans! Warner Bros. and New Line will release the sequel on:
MAY 28, 2010
Wow! That's just a few sleeps away
And for nostalgic reasons, and perhaps for lucky reasons too, the sequel has the same opening day as the original film in 2008.
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Right now, Aaron Eckhart is negotiating to co-star with Nicole Kidman in the big screen adaptation of the Broadway play "Rabbit Hole."
Fox Searchlight is behind this exciting project.
My only question is the studio's choice for director. Look, I love "Hedwig and the Angry Inch" and I can, perhaps, see the nuance of "Shortbus," but I've never deemed John Cameron Mitchell as a dramatic director.
But, more power to him for wanting to try, and bless Fox Searchlight for believing in him!
The plot? The lives of a happily married couple turn tragic when their 4-year old son died in a traffic accident. Drama! But there's some redemptive qualities to the project, and the play is a tearjerker!
The playwright, David Lindsay-Abaire, is writing the script.
This should be good!
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