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CAA Signs Director Adrian Lyne

17 June 2014 6:03 PM, PDT | Deadline New York | See recent Deadline New York news »

Exclusive: Adrian Lyne has signed with CAA. The helmer, most famous for the steamy provocative thrillers Fatal Attraction, Indecent Proposal, 9 1/2 Weeks, Lolita and Flashdance, most recently was repped by Wme. It has been difficult to get him to direct; his last picture was 2002′s Unfaithful, which starred Richard Gere and Diane Lane. Lyne has flirted with a steamy film or two but hasn’t consummated. Maybe CAA will have better luck getting him to close the deal and get back behind the camera. »

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Batmobile Done & Jeremy Irons Says Batman/Superman Script Not Ready

12 March 2014 10:30 AM, PDT | | See recent ComicBookMovie news »

) In Christopher Nolan's Batman trilogy Christian Bale's Bruce Wayne was nurtured by Michael Caine's Alfred, but for Zack Snyder's take Jeremy Irons ("Lolita") will be serving Ben Affleck's Bruce Wayne. In the video above the British actor reveals that the script for Snyder's untitled Batman/Superman film is not yet complete. Which seems a bit odd since we know filming has commenced a few days ago in Michigan for this Man of Steel sequel. But, he did say twice he doesn’t believe the script is finalized. Says Irons, “The script isn’t entirely finished… I’ve read a script. I think it’s not finalized yet.” In regards to acting opposite of Ben Affleck, a high profile casting for Batman which has certainly generated a lot of chatter, Irons says, “I think [his casting] is a wonderful idea. He’s a lovely man and an interesting actor. »

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The Unbelievable Number of Tesla Films to Be Made

20 February 2014 2:32 PM, PST | CinemaNerdz | See recent CinemaNerdz news »

While we are talking about fiction, science fiction and non-fiction stories of little importance, many filmmakers are currently exploding with ideas to make films based on Nikola Tesla’s life and work. It all happens like a thunder, explosion from the heavens, with studios and independent filmmakers alike. They are actively seeking investors, crowd funding and sponsorships, partnerships with studios, while simultaneously doing the hard work of script writing, research, and casting.

It seems like the world is awakening, an angelus force is impacting our consciousness. Up to this point, history has been filtered in many ways, and most people believed the media and the government. But with such an activist-like attitude, that is going to change. As people, we are starting to think Tesla’s way, bringing awareness of using free energy, caring about the environment and looking at the future with his eyes. In this article, I will »

- Marija Makeska

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