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Close up: All change!

15 August 2013 8:59 AM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Catch up with the last seven days in the world of film

The big story

Allow us, for a moment, to pat ourselves on the back. It may not be shaking Hollywood to its foundations, or causing endless Gauloise-fugged chitchat in the Cinematheque Française, but you may have noticed the Guardian film website has had bit of a wash and brush up. Not only do we now have a fetching, purple-tinted central block, but we've also created a whole bunch of fascinating new series to entertain you. Each day at 7.30am we're launching our movie bulletin, featuring the day's key news stories and what's coming up; then we have our new Why I love… feature (today; Human Traffic's title sequences) and – ulp – how things are shaping up for next year's Academy award race with our Oscar predictions 2014 blog.

All that, plus a weekly quiz, the Film on the box »

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Film today: your daily movie bulletin

14 August 2013 7:43 AM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

The top-line on the big news stories in cinema today – plus a preview of what's coming up on the site

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It's really hard out there to be pimp: Woody Allen prostitutes John Turturro to Sharon Stone in Fading Gigolo, one of a handful of new Toronto premieres unveiled yesterday.

Set phasers to portentous. Christopher Nolan has started shooting his space travel film, Interstellar.

Jennifer Garner wouldn't be surprised if Ben Affleck went into politics.

Neill Blomkamp's next project is a robot film called - ahem - Chappie.

Khan get no satisfaction: Star Trek fans have voted Into Darkness the weakest film in the whole Trek cinematic canon.

Breaking Bale: Christian "could get $50m" to play Batman in Man of Steel 2, while Bryan Cranston is apparently in the running for Lex Luthor.

And, holy moly, Joel Edgerton set to »

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Film today: your daily movie bulletin

13 August 2013 9:17 AM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

The top-line on the big news stories in cinema today – plus a preview of what's coming up on the site

News headlines today

Let's kick off with a not-quite-news story: Bruce Willis has revealed that he's a bit bored with doing action films but he does quite like the cash.

Vin Diesel has the voice of an 80-year-old Broadway roué, which makes him inspired casting to play a talking tree in the new Guardians of the Galaxy film.

More forestry news: Johnny Depp and Meryl Streep are reportedly up for parts in Rob Marshall's movie of the Sondheim musical Into the Woods.

Pina-collaborator: Charlotte Gainsbourg is set to join the cast of Wim Wenders' new 3D drama, Everything Will Be Fine, starring James Franco.

Ashton Kutcher has been giving great quote on playing Steve Jobs.

Remember when Mark Wahlberg went on Graham Norton, appeared drunk, seemed to annoy Sarah Silverman, »

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