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Steve Carell, Charlie Kaufman Team Up For IQ 83

Arthur Herzog’s acclaimed novel IQ 83 is headed to the big screen. Deadline reported yesterday that Charlie Kaufman has been tapped to do a page one rewrite of the 1978 science fiction novel. Steve Carell is set to play Dr. James Healey, the lead scientist responsible for unleashing an airborne virus that slowly makes people dumber. Although the virus is …

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Christian Bale Will Play Steve Jobs, Sorkin Says He’ll ‘Crush It’

Christian Bale will be your next film Steve Jobs. Aaron Sorkin, screenwriter of the upcoming biopic based on Walter Isaacson’s 2011 biography Steve Jobs, confirmed to Bloomberg that the Dark Knight actor will be taking on the role of the late Apple co-founder. “I couldn’t be more excited about him,” said Sorkin. “He really is a phenomenal actor.” Sorkin also …

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The Avengers Sequel Will Have Record-Breaking Number Of Visual Effects

Special visual effects were what made the fight scenes of the film The Avengers look amazing, and its sequel will reportedly be benefiting from a record-breaking number of them. Avengers: Age of Ultron will be featuring over 3,000 visual effects shots in it, employing the most number of such effects in one film. The news was revealed in a keynote …

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Here’s What’s About To Hit Netflix (Including ‘The Hunger Games: Catching Fire’)

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 always, dates are subject to change. We don’t have a very big list for you this week, but at least it has The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. I …

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Christian Bale Is the Newest Rumored Steve Jobs, Again

In regard to the upcoming Steve Jobs biopic (the one based on the Walter Isaacson book, not the Ashton Kutcher one), remember when it was Bale or bust? Then we took a ride on the Leo DiCaprio rumor train? Ok, now it’s back to Bale. According to sources quoted in The Hollywood Reporter, Sony is “beginning negotiations” with Bale. As …

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“Dear White People”: Productive Conversation Starter

Dear White People is set to hit theaters on Friday, but America is already talking about the film. Some good, some horrid. True, those who only read the title and watch the trailer may think that this film by Justin Simien is simply another comparison of black vs. white and our respective cultural quirks. However, for those that are willing …

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“Dear White People” Director Wants People To Think

Dear White People, a film that started with a self-funded concept trailer for an immensely successful crowd-funding project, is getting a lot of talk these days. The film is a work by a new and impressive director, Justin Simien. It follows characters on the fictional college campus of Winchester University as they interact in different racially charged situations. Dear White …

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Here’s What’s About To Hit Netflix (Including That Chelsea Handler Special)

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 always, dates are subject to change. Among this week’s titles are the new Chelsea Handler stand-up special, which kicks off her relationship with Netflix, which is also set …

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You Can Now Pre-Order Movies On Google Play

Google announced that you can now pre-order movie titles on Google Play. The company said in a Google+ update: Forget film release countdowns. Pre-order new movies like “+Gone Girl,” “Guardians of the Galaxy,” “+Maleficent,” “Maze Runner,” and more, then watch them the first day they’re available on digital. (US only, more countries coming soon!) You can’t just pre-order anything, but …

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Keira Knightley Didn’t Get “Imitation Game” Math

Keira Knightly plays genius mathematician Joan Clarke in The Imitation Game, but her real-life math skills might be closer akin to the normal person’s skill set. “We had a specialist brought in and I got that feeling that I haven’t had since school doing maths,” Keira Knightley explains. She continues, “You sort of feel like you’ve died and I couldn’t …

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“X-Men: Apocalypse” Focus Is On Mystique, The Beast

X-Men: Apocalypse won’t be released until May of 2016, but die hard fans are already starting to get excited as speculation ramps up about the latest X-Men installment. The third movie in the X-Men trilogy is highly anticipated after the immense success of X-Men: Days of Future Past and X-Men: The Last Stand. Days of Future Past grossed over $746 …

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Netflix Launches New Mobile Search Experience

Last month, Netflix launched a new search experience for its website, which included an “instant search” tool to give users quicker access to titles and actors. Over the weekend, the company announced a new search experience for mobile and tablets. They already began rolling it out to Android devices, and said an iPhone update would follow. The company said in …

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