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‘X-Men’ Director Named in Teen Sex Abuse Lawsuit

A lawsuit filed on Wednesday has accused X-Men film franchise director Bryan Singer of sexually abusing a teenage male 15 years ago. According to a civil suit filed in U.S. District Court in Hawaii, Singer had offered the 17-year-old aspiring actor a role in an X-Men film, and likewise threatened to destroy his career, if the teen failed to acknowledge …

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David Fincher Reportedly Wants Too Much for Steve Jobs Biopic

Too much money, and too much control. According to The Hollywood Reporter, David Fincher and Sony Pictures have come to an impasse in negotiations over the Aaron Sorkin-penned Steve Jobs biopic. THR quotes sources who say that Sony Pictures is now looking to replace Fincher as director “due to his aggressive demands for compensation and control.” More specifically, Fincher reportedly …

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Mickey Rooney, Legendary Actor, Dies At 93

Hollywood has lost another legend. Actor Mickey Rooney has died at age 93. TMZ has learned his death on Sunday, April 6 was due to natural causes. Born Joseph Yule, Jr., Rooney acted in more than 200 films over eight decades. Rooney began performing at 17 months old as part of his parents’ vaudeville routine. From 1927 to 1936 Rooney …

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J.K. Rowling Signs Three-Movie Contract with WB

In yet another victory for capitalism (and hopefully for fans), the New York Times has reported that Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling has signed a deal with Warner Bros. which will see her Potter-world spin-off, “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them,” come to the big screen in three separate installments. Rowling composed and published “Fantastic Beasts and Where to …

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Netflix Acquires 3D Printing Documentary ‘Print The Legend’

Netflix announced today that it has acquired 3D printing documentary Print the Legend, which won the Special Jury Recognition Award for Editing & Storytelling in the Documentary Feature Competition at SXSW this year. Netflix describes the film: The Netflix original documentary goes behind-the-scenes of the top American 3D printing brands as they fight for dominance in the rapidly developing, groundbreaking …

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Patrice Wymore, Widow of Errol Flynn, Dies at 87

Patrice Wymore Flynn, widow of late silver screen idol Errol Flynn, has died of pulmonary disease at her estate in Portland, Jamaica, according to family spokesman Robb Callahan. Wymore Flynn was a film and television actress who once starred opposite Frank Sinatra in the original “Ocean’s Eleven,” but was best known as being the last wife of romantic swashbuckling matinee …

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Cory Monteith: Final Role Is Dark And Intense

With Tuesday night’s 100th episode of Glee, fans once again remembered their favorite – Cory Monteith. Monteith left this world too soon only eight months ago, and since then fans have only been able to remember the actor through special episodes of Glee, most notably the episode titled “The Quarterback.” Now fans of Monteith will get to see his final …

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Netflix Acquires Streaming Rights To Two Feature-Length Pilots

Netflix has secured exclusive streaming rights to a couple of feature-length films from Fox Digital Studios, which are meant to serve as pilots for half-hour shows, reports Variety. One of these films, How to Be a Man, is already available, having debuted on Saturday. Here’s the description Netflix is displaying: Believing he’s dying, former comedian Mark hires a young cameraman …

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Captain America: The Winter Soldier Has Good Early Reviews

Surprise, surprise! Marvel has made yet another fantastic superhero film in the form of Captain America: The Winter Soldier, the sequel to Captain America: The First Avenger. Critics have been raving about the latest installment in the Marvel movie-verse after getting a taste of the film in early showings. Disney allowed critics to take to Twitter and share their opinions …

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’12 Years A Slave’ Wins Best Picture At The Oscars

The historical slavery drama 12 Years a Slave bagged the award for Best Picture at this year’s Academy Awards hosted by Ellen DeGeneres. Just as noteworthy, British film director, Steve McQueen, made history as the first black director to win the Best Picture award since the Academy Awards’ inception. 12 Years a Slave went against The Wolf of Wall Street, Philomena, …

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Here’s What’s About To Hit Netflix (It Places The Lotion In The Basket)

As you know, content comes and goes on Netflix. Each week, we’re bringing you a list of titles that you’ll be able to stream in the U.S. in the coming days. As reported earlier, Pokemon fans are about to get a lot of material on Netflix, but there are also some pretty classic movies coming including the original Night of …

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David Fincher Reportedly In Talks To Direct Steve Jobs Movie [Updated]

Update: The Hollywood Reporter now says Fincher is off the project. The writer/director team behind Mark Zuckerberg movie The Social Network might just be teaming up again for the next Steve Jobs movie. Writer Aaron Sorkin has been attached to the project for about two years, but now The Hollywood Reporter is reporting that director David Fincher is in talks …

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