Alright, we've been talking about all the production problems and dramas surrounding the upcoming film "Australia."
Yesterday, rumors about the suddenly happy ending of the film, and many fans were upset! I guess they want to cry and cry and cry.
Today? Director Baz Luhrman confronted all those rumors!
Click here to read how Mister Baz is defending his "Australia."
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What? You don't believe me? Yes, America's favorite board game is headed to theaters near you
And Ridley Scott, yes, Mister Ridley Scott may direct the film version!
Click here to read this entertaining article.
Oh yeah, and I found a fake trailer online that poses the question:
WHAT IF THERE'S A MOVIE BASED ON MONOPOLY?
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Okay, this is kind of fun! A Cheech and Chong documentary based on their current "Light Up America" reunion tour!
According to The Hollywood Reporter, The Weinstein Company is set to produce the documentary but the studio waiting to see if the final product will debut in theaters or television.
Click here to read the full report.
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Yes, there's a plan to produce a film about Grateful Dead frontman, Jerry Garcia.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the film will aim to offer a revealing look at the roots of the counterculture icon.
The planned biopic will based on Robert Greenfield's book called "Dark Star" and will focus on Garcia's early life in the Bay Area before he joined the band that would become the Grateful Dead -- a period that includes a stint in the military, a life-changing car accident and his first creative encounters with members of the Northern California music scene including future Dead bassist Phil Lesh.
No word yet on who's going to star! Who do you think should play Jerry Garcia?
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The world of James Bond has its finger firmly on the pulse of our current political climate. In the 60s, cold war was the overarching theme of the Bond films, while catastrophic threat of a nuclear war painted the Ian Fleming classics of the 70s and 80s.
The 90s Bond flicks gave us subjects as wide and varied as global media tycoons, terrorists, and our favorite secret service agent ditching his code of honor for personal vendetta. In the new film “Quantum of Solace,” the topical issue is not as sexy as nuclear warheads. The pedantic subject is, in fact, our environment, but Bond, once again, is out for revenge. Read More...
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