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‘Monster’ Writer/Director Patty Jenkins to Helm ‘Wonder Woman’ Film After Michelle MacLaren’s Departure

Warner Bros. quickly secured director Patty Jenkins (who wrote and directed Monster) to helm its Wonder Woman film, after parting ways… Read More

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Sony Pictures Plans Protoculture-Pumped Live-Action ‘Robotech’ Film Franchise

The Robotech franchise, which had been languishing in Warner Bros.’ vaults since they secured the film rights in 2007,… Read More

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Bradley Cooper May Don Director’s Hat in Possibly Beyoncé-Starring Remake of ‘A Star is Born’

Does a star really need to be born again? That question doesn’t really seem to matter: negotiations are underway between… Read More

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Cat Fight: Benedict Cumberbatch and Idris Elba to Play Shere Khan in Different ‘Jungle Book’ Films

The dueling Jungle Book adaptations are beginning to seem like the hoards of never-actualized Janis Joplin biopics – so… Read More

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The Weinsteins Can’t Call Lee Daniels’ New Movie ‘The Butler,’ Because We’ll Confuse It With That 1916 Short Film

Film titles, and the ownership of them, are a tricky business. You can’t copyright a title, but the Motion… Read More

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Charlie Sheen Settles His Differences With Warner Bros. and Chuck Lorre

Since his noisy exit from CBS’s Two and a Half Men, Charlie Sheen has been trying to make a comeback — embarking on a nationwide tour and organizing plans to star in a television remake of the Jack Nicholson comedy Anger Management. It looks like Sheen won’t have to worry about… Read More

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The Morning’s Top 5 Pop Culture Stories

1. According to the New York Times, Bono, who was “away for much of the show’s preview period,” has now “taken a direct role” in talks about whether Julie Taymor should stay or go as director of Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark. The super-delayed musical was set to open on March 15th, but… Read More

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