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Remembering Superman Reeve Ten Years After His Death

10 October 2014 5:50 PM, PDT | Alt Film Guide | See recent Alt Film Guide news »

Christopher Reeve: 'Superman' and his movies (photo: Christopher Reeve in 'Superman' 1978) Christopher Reeve, Superman in four movies from 1978 to 1987, died ten years ago today. In 1995, while taking part in a cross-country horse race in Culpeper, Virginia, Reeve was thrown off his horse, hitting his head on the top rail of a jump; the near-fatal accident left him paralyzed from the neck down. He ultimately succumbed to heart failure at age 52 on October 10, 2004. Long before he was cast as Superman aka Clark Kent, the Manhattan-born (as Christopher D'Olier Reeve on September 25, 1952), Cornell University and Juillard School for Drama alumnus was an ambitious young actor whose theatrical apprenticeship included, while still a teenager, some time as an observer at London's Old Vic and Paris' Comédie Française. At age 23, he landed his first Broadway role in a production of Enid Bagnold's A Matter of Gravity, starring Katharine Hepburn. »

- Andre Soares

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Linktime Stories

8 October 2014 6:01 AM, PDT | FilmExperience | See recent FilmExperience news »

Cinematically Insane #DontTouchTCM when it comes to Turner Broadcasting layoffs 

Richard Kelly, of Donnie Darko directing fame, lurves Gone Girl and write a whole epic essay about it while also touching on Eyes Wide Shut and Fincher's music videos

In Contention interviews cinematographer Robert Elswit (Inherent Vice, Nightcrawler)

Mnpp gives Quote of the Day to Michael B Jordan on his costumes for Fantastic Four. "snug"

Deadline Scarlett Johansson about to do an Edith Wharton miniseries that was originally supposed to be a Michelle Pfeiffer feature film in the 90s. *sniffle*

Empire first images of Mark Wahlberg, Jessica Lange and Brie Larson in The Gambler remake

Vulture the exact moment Jennifer Garner fell in love with Ben Affleck 

Antagony & Ecstacy on The Boxtrolls. Glad Tim loved it

Boston Globe Mark Wahlberg's compound is finished. Holy third nipple, is he planning to house everyone who has ever appeared in any of his movies? »

- NATHANIEL R

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Marian Seldes, Broadway Legend, Dies at 86

7 October 2014 4:30 AM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Marian Seldes, the Tony Award-winning star of A Delicate Balance who was a teacher of Kevin Kline and Robin Williams, a muse to playwright Edward Albee and a Guinness Book of World Records holder for most consecutive performances, died Monday at age 86. She died peacefully at her home after an extended illness, her brother Timothy Seldes said. "It is with deep sadness that I share the news that my dear sister Marian Seldes has died," he said in a statement. "She was an extraordinary woman whose great love of the theater, teaching and acting was surpassed only by her deep love for her family. »

- Associated Press

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Looking back at Peter Sellers in Hoffman

30 June 2014 6:34 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Aliya looks back at the film Peter Sellers wanted destroyed and finds it very, very dark indeed...

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Peter Sellers is one of those figures of British comedy whom everyone feels, in retrospect, was only laughing on the outside. If you want to know about his less than happy life then it's worth watching Geoffrey Rush give a brilliant performance in The Life and Death of Peter Sellers (2004). Rush does a really good job of putting across his deep-seated sense of emptiness. Sellers once said of himself, “I could never be myself… You see, there is no me. I do not exist… There used to be a me, but I had it surgically removed.” This might sound like a deep statement of angst; it seems entirely fitting to me that he said it to Kermit during his 1978 appearance on The Muppet Show. Ten seconds later you can watch him recite »

- sarahd

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Why Playing Superman Proves Dangerous in Hollywood

26 March 2014 10:00 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Hugh Jackman hasn’t suffered for flashing his claws from time to time. Nor has Christian Bale or George Clooney been permanently scarred by time spent under Batman’s cowl.

Superman, however, remains possibly unique in the pantheon of cinematic heroes, and the damage — real or imagined — associated with playing that strange visitor from another planet appears, at the very least, to have cast a longer-than-usual shadow over those who have dared to fly a mile in his cape and tights.

Due to the suicide (unless proven otherwise) of George Reeves, who played the character on television; and the tragic accident that paralyzed Christopher Reeve, one of his alter egos in film, there has even been talk through the years of a “Superman curse.”

Analyzing the challenges of being Superman, however — and toting the massive baggage he carries on his back — doesn’t require any superstitious mumbo-jumbo. The factors would »

- Brian Lowry

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Why Playing Superman Proves Dangerous in Hollywood

26 March 2014 10:00 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Hugh Jackman hasn’t suffered for flashing his claws from time to time. Nor has Christian Bale or George Clooney been permanently scarred by time spent under Batman’s cowl.

Superman, however, remains possibly unique in the pantheon of cinematic heroes, and the damage — real or imagined — associated with playing that strange visitor from another planet appears, at the very least, to have cast a longer-than-usual shadow over those who have dared to fly a mile in his cape and tights.

Due to the suicide (unless proven otherwise) of George Reeves, who played the character on television; and the tragic accident that paralyzed Christopher Reeve, one of his alter egos in film, there has even been talk through the years of a “Superman curse.”

Analyzing the challenges of being Superman, however — and toting the massive baggage he carries on his back — doesn’t require any superstitious mumbo-jumbo. The factors would »

- Brian Lowry

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Mark Bomback Enters Veronica's Room

6 March 2014 12:15 PM, PST | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

Good news for fans of Ira Levin! The Weinsteins have brought their feature film version of his 1973 Broadway thriller Veronica's Room one step closer to fruition! Read on for the latest details.

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TWC-Dimension announced today that Mark Bomback (The Wolverine, Unstoppable, Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes) has signed on to pen Veronica's Room, a big-screen adaptation of author Ira Levin's (Rosemary's Baby, The Stepford Wives, Deathtrap) 1973 Broadway thriller.

Bomback did production re-writes on 50 Shades Of Grey, and his script Art Of Racing In The Rain is currently in development at Universal.

The dark tale of Veronica's Room explores the thin line between fantasy and reality. Students Susan and Larry find themselves enticed to an old New England mansion by its caretakers to meet the sole surviving member of the family. They insist that Susan bears a striking resemblance to Veronica, the family member's long-dead sister. »

- Uncle Creepy

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'Wolverine' Writer to Adapt Thriller 'Veronica's Room'

6 March 2014 11:21 AM, PST | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

The Wolverine writer Mark Bomback has signed on to write Veronica's Room for TWC-Dimension. The film is an adaptation of writer Ira Levin's (Rosemary's Baby, The Stepford Wives, Deathtrap) 1973 Broadway thriller. Bomback, whose credits also include Unstoppable and Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, did production rewrites on Fifty Shades of Grey. His script Art of Racing in the Rain is currently in development at Universal. Veronica's Room explores the thin line between fantasy and reality. Students Susan and Larry find themselves lured to an old New England mansion by its caretakers to meet the sole surviving member of the family. They insist that Susan

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- Tatiana Siegel

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The Wolverine Writer Mark Bomback Checks Into Veronica's Room

6 March 2014 | Comingsoon.net | See recent Comingsoon.net news »

TWC-Dimension announced today that Mark Bomback ( The Wolverine , Unstoppable , Dawn of the Planet of the Apes ) has signed on to pen Veronica's Room , a big-screen adaptation of author Ira Levin's ("Rosemary's Baby," "The Stepford Wives," "Deathtrap") 1973 Broadway thriller. Bomback did production re-writes on 50 Shades of Grey and his script Art of Racing in the Rain is currently in development at Universal. The dark tale of Veronica's Room explores the thin line between fantasy and reality. Students Susan and Larry find themselves enticed to an old New England mansion by its caretakers to meet the sole surviving member of the family. They insist that Susan bears a striking resemblance to Veronica, the family member's long-dead sister. They »

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