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3 items from 2011

Michael Shannon Talks Superman and Playing Zod

5 December 2011 7:15 AM, PST | LatinoReview | See recent LatinoReview news »

The Providence has an interview with Michael Shannon in which the pleasantly odd actor dishes some tiny tidbits on a little film he's currently working on called "Man of Steel." It's about a steel worker who makes his own superhero suit and fights crime. Oh no, wait. It's about some guy named Superman. Shannon plays it pretty close to the chest, so no serious bombshells are dropped. We get another confirmation that the film will be an origin story. We also find out that it's state of the art effects will by augmented with computer graphics somehow. Kidding aside, Shannon admits to doing a little wirework on the film, so at least some of it will look real. Shannon also confirmed that in between work on Superman and season three of "Boardwalk Empire" he will make "The Iceman" about a real life mafia hit man who killed a rather large amount of people. »

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Oren Moverman To Write, Maybe Direct 'Terrorist Search Engine' For Scott Rudin & Jesse Eisenberg

10 August 2011 6:01 AM, PDT | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

Israeli-born writer-director Oren Moverman isn't just the owner of one of the best bald heads this side of Greg Mottola,, he's also becoming one of the most in-demand screenwriters around. Having gotten early credits on the likes of "Jesus' Son," "Married Life" and Todd Haynes' "I'm Not There," Moverman broke out with his 2009 directorial debut "The Messenger," which saw him, co-writer Alessandro Camon and star Woody Harrelson all nominated for Oscars. His follow-up "Rampart" is one of our most eagerly anticipated films at Toronto this year, and he's taken a number of high-profile screenwriting jobs of late, including biopics »

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Jack Black and Michael Winterbottom Teaming Up For ‘Bailout’

12 May 2011 5:28 PM, PDT | Slash Film | See recent Slash Film news »

Is Jack Black trying to make a serious career course correction? First he's working with Richard Linklater and Shirley MacLaine on the strange true-life comedy [1] Bernie, and now he is set to star in Bailout, a dramedy to be directed by Michael Winterbottom. The film is based on a novel by Jess Walter called The Financial Lives of the Poets. (The author also scripted the film.) Here's the description of the book: Matt Prior quits his job as a business reporter to start, a Web site featuring poetry about finance, or money-lit. Unsurprisingly, it tanks, and Matt returns to the newspaper, only to be laid off with a meager severance package. Now not only are the Priors in danger of losing their house, but Matt is convinced that his wife, Lisa, is having an affair with an old boyfriend she rediscovered during her lengthy nightly Facebook sessions. With »

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