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Top 10 screen computer geeks

21 November 2011 6:54 AM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Just who are the geekiest computer geeks of the large and small screen? Here’s Michael’s list of suggestions…

Jim Carrey had a point when he said,  “Free cable is the ultimate aphrodisiac”, as frankly, anyone who can hand out free cable is going to be popular.

However, even The Cable Guy might find his social influence supplanted these days by the nearest computer geek. Gradually, computers have developed from a niche interest into something that everyone depends on to get through life. As a result, the computer geek has enjoyed a transformation from outcast to linchpin. 

The geek is a stock character of both the big screen and the small. A character such as Garth from Wayne's World doesn't fit into our narrow definition of a computer geek. Does he use his Amiga to create a colourful poster for his friends’ rock concert? Yes. Does he put a »

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The Resurgence of Edward Norton

26 October 2011 5:00 AM, PDT | HeyUGuys.co.uk | See recent HeyUGuys news »

Back in 1996, a film was having a tough time getting off the ground with its controversial content and casting problems with the star, Richard Gere, ready to walk away from the project. A young, unknown actor came in, stuttering like the character, read for and won the role beating over two thousand other hopefuls, rejuvenating the film.

This actor kept the project afloat even though it was his motion picture debut; his acting ability earned him an Oscar nomination.  That man who saved the film was Edward Norton.

In the late ‘90s, Edward Norton was one of the most exciting young actors to break through and in this time he earned himself two nominations for an Academy award – it could have (and should have) been three. He was the man of the moment, commanding praise for many of his roles from Primal Fear to The People vs. Larry Flynt to »

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Kendrick, Howard, Gleeson Keep "Company"

11 October 2011 6:51 AM, PDT | Dark Horizons | See recent Dark Horizons news »

Anna Kendrick, Terrence Howard, Brendan Gleeson, Sam Elliott, and 11-year-old "America's Got Talent" finalist Jackie Evancho have all joined the cast of Robert Redford's political action thriller "The Company You Keep" at Voltage Pictures and Wildwood Enterprises reports the trades.

An adaptation of the Neil Gordon's 2003 novel Redford plays Jim Grant, a former Weather Underground militant wanted by the FBI on murder charges for a robbery gone wrong in 1974.

He encounters a young newspaper reporter (Shia Labeouf) in search of a story and must abandon years of safe underground life for the dangerous life of the road -- traveling across American and deep into his past.

Kendrick will play Labeouf's former flame, a young FBI agent who provides him with information he needs to uncover the truth. Howard will play the senior FBI agent and task force leader assigned to take downGrant.

Gleeson will play the retired Michigan »

- Garth Franklin

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Five More Join The Company You Keep

11 October 2011 | Comingsoon.net | See recent Comingsoon.net news »

The cast of Robert Redford's adatpation of the Neil Gordon novel, The Company You Keep , has added five more. Variety reports that Sam Elliott, Brendan Gleeson, Terrence Howard, Anna Kendrick, and newcomer Jackie Evancho are all set to star. The novel, which is being adapted by Lem Dobbs ( Dark City , The Limey , The Score ), was first published in 2003 and is officially described as follows: When Jason Sinai, one of the last Vietnam-era fugitives still wanted on murder charges for a robbery gone wrong in 1974, encounters a young newspaper reporter in search of a story, he must abandon years of safe underground life for the dangerous life of the road -- traveling across American and deep into his past. Set against the rise and fall of the radical anti-war group the Weather »

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Arnold Schwarzenegger in Talks for Captive Action Thriller

11 September 2011 1:55 AM, PDT | WorstPreviews.com | See recent Worst Previews news »

Arnold Schwarzenegger recently signed on to return for "The Expendables" sequel and is set to star in "Last Stand." But now comes word that the actor is also in talks for "Captive" action thriller. Benjamin van der Veen (Che: Part Two) and Kario Salem (The Score) wrote the script from a story by Nicolai Fuglsig, and the plan is to begin shooting next year. Fuglsig was originally on board to direct, but stepped down. The film is currently in search of his replacement. If the deal works out, Schwarzenegger will play an American real estate tycoon living in Brazil who is kidnapped and held for ransom. As he frantically searches for a way out of his armored-truck prison cell hidden in a Sao Paolo landfill, a detective specializing in kidnap and ransom cases works to find him. »

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Arnold Schwarzenegger in Talks for Indie Action Thriller Captive

9 September 2011 1:46 PM, PDT | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

Only a few days removed from being confirmed for a "substantial role" in The Expendables 2, the former Governator is making casting headlines once again. Deadline reports that Schwarzenegger is in talks to join the indie action thriller Captive from writers Benjamin van der Veen (Che: Part Two) and Kario Salem (The Score). If the deal goes through, Captive will see Schwarzenegger take on the role of an American real estate mogul who is kidnapped and held for ransom while living in Brazil. As the story goes, while Schwarzenegger looks for a way out of the armored-truck he calls "home," a detective works to rescue him. Per the report, Captive was originally developed for Nicolai Fuglsig to direct. However, the filmmaker attached to helm Warner Bros.' futuristic Robin Hood flick has now stepped aside and will work solely in an executive producer capacity. The film is currently being shipped »

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Arnold Schwarzenegger Could Take Captive

9 September 2011 | Comingsoon.net | See recent Comingsoon.net news »

Cementing his return to the big screen, Arnold Schwarzenegger is already lining up a third new project. Deadline reports that the star is interested in the leading role for an indie action thriller called Captive . Written by Kario Salem ( The Score ) and Benjamin Van Der Veen ( Che ), the storyline involves a wealthy American (the Schwarzenegger role) who is kidnapped in Brazil and held for ransom. Dual storylines have him trying to escape an armored truck and a detective working the case to find him. Schwarzenegger just signed on for a "substantial" role in The Expendables 2 and will follow that production with the Western The Last Stand , filming in early 2012. Captive is currently without a director, but that is expected to change in the very near »

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Stephen Root Joins Robert Redford’s The Company You Keep

17 August 2011 8:42 PM, PDT | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

I imagine Stephen Root is a joy to work with, the kind of actor that motivates directors to search for a role for him in their next project.  Exhibit A: Root played a small part in The Conspirator, and director Robert Redford promptly signed the actor for his follow-up The Company You Keep.  Redford also stars as "a former militant wanted by the FBI who goes on the run when his identity is exposed by an ambitious young reporter (Shia Labeouf)."  Brit Marling, Nick Nolte, Susan Sarandon, Richard Jenkins, and Julie Christie also star.  According to Variety, Root will play Billy Cusimano, one of Redford's legal clients before his former identity is revealed.  I fall for most stories set in the 1960s, but the talented cast goes a long way to validate my hopes in this case. Lem Dobbs (The Score) adapted The Company You Keep from the novel of »

- Brendan Bettinger

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Stephen Root Joins The Company You Keep

17 August 2011 | Comingsoon.net | See recent Comingsoon.net news »

Stephen Root is the latest name to join the evergrowing cast of Robert Redford's adaptation of the Neil Gordon novel, The Company You Keep , Variety reports. The novel, which is being adapted by Lem Dobbs ( Dark City , The Limey , The Score ), was first published in 2003 and is officially described as follows: When Jason Sinai, one of the last Vietnam-era fugitives still wanted on murder charges for a robbery gone wrong in 1974, encounters a young newspaper reporter in search of a story, he must abandon years of safe underground life for the dangerous life of the road -- traveling across American and deep into his past. Set against the rise and fall of the radical anti-war group the Weather Underground, "The Company You Keep" is a sweeping American saga about »

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Christie, Jenkins Join Redford's "Company"

12 August 2011 8:57 AM, PDT | Dark Horizons | See recent Dark Horizons news »

Julie Christie, Richard Jenkins and Susan Sarandon have all joined the cast of Robert Redford's "The Company You Keep" reports Deadline.

An adaptation of the Neil Gordon's 2003 novel Redford plays Jason Sinai, a fugitive wanted on murder charges for a robbery gone wrong in 1974.

He encounters a young newspaper reporter (Shia Labeouf) in search of a story and must abandon years of safe underground life for the dangerous life of the road -- traveling across American and deep into his past.

Brit Marling and Nick Nolte also star. Lem Dobbs ("Dark City," "The Score") adapted the script. »

- Garth Franklin

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Three More for The Company You Keep

11 August 2011 | Comingsoon.net | See recent Comingsoon.net news »

Julie Christie, Richard Jenkins and Susan Sarandon have all joined the cast of Robert Redford's adaptation of the Neil Gordon novel, The Company You Keep , Deadline reports. The novel, which is being adapted by Lem Dobbs ( Dark City , The Limey , The Score ), was first published in 2003 and is officially described as follows: When Jason Sinai, one of the last Vietnam-era fugitives still wanted on murder charges for a robbery gone wrong in 1974, encounters a young newspaper reporter in search of a story, he must abandon years of safe underground life for the dangerous life of the road -- traveling across American and deep into his past. Set against the rise and fall of the radical anti-war group the Weather Underground, "The Company You Keep" is a sweeping American »

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Brit Marling Eyes The Company You Keep

8 August 2011 | Comingsoon.net | See recent Comingsoon.net news »

Brit Marling looks likely to join the cast of Robert Redford's adaptation of the Neil Gordon novel, The Company You Keep , Variety reports. The novel, which is being adapted by Lem Dobbs ( Dark City , The Limey , The Score ), was first published in 2003 and is officially described as follows: When Jason Sinai, one of the last Vietnam-era fugitives still wanted on murder charges for a robbery gone wrong in 1974, encounters a young newspaper reporter in search of a story, he must abandon years of safe underground life for the dangerous life of the road -- traveling across American and deep into his past. Set against the rise and fall of the radical anti-war group the Weather Underground, "The Company You Keep" is a sweeping American saga about sacrifice, the »

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New Release: The Muppets Take Manhattan Blu-ray

1 August 2011 12:28 PM, PDT | Disc Dish | See recent Disc Dish news »

The Muppets Take Manhattan

Release Date: Aug. 16, 2011

Price: Blu-ray/DVD combo $19.99

Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment

Muppets From Space

Release Date: Aug. 16, 2011

Price: Blu-ray/DVD combo $19.99

Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment

They say the neon lights are bright on Broadway for Kermit and the gang when The Muppets Take Manhattan.

Kermit, Miss Piggy, Gonzo, Fozzie and all their felt-covered, fuzzy friends (including  Zoot, that cool sax player) take the high-definition Blu-ray route for the very first time with my favorite Muppet movie, The Muppets Take Manhattan.

In the 1984 family musical, the gang hits New York in search of Broadway stardom. You’d think that with all the film’s guest stars — including Joan Rivers, Liza Minelli, Gregory Hines, Brooke Shields and Mayor Ed Koch — the nutty Muppets would be able to find a producer for their show (that’s the movie’s general plot), but it take a long, long »

- Laurence

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Shia Labeouf and Robert Redford Find The Company You Keep

19 July 2011 | Comingsoon.net | See recent Comingsoon.net news »

Shia Labeouf and Robert Redford have signed on to headline an adaptation of the Neil Gordon novel The Company You Keep . Redford is also attached to direct. The novel (which is being adapted by Lem Dobbs ( Dark City , The Limey , The Score ), was first published in 2003 and is officially described as follows: When Jason Sinai, one of the last Vietnam-era fugitives still wanted on murder charges for a robbery gone wrong in 1974, encounters a young newspaper reporter in search of a story, he must abandon years of safe underground life for the dangerous life of the road -- traveling across American and deep into his past. Set against the rise and fall of the radical anti-war group the Weather Underground, "The Company You Keep" is a sweeping American saga about »

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Hot Rods & Droids: A George Lucas Profile (Part 5)

13 July 2011 12:08 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Trevor Hogg profiles the career of legendary filmmaker George Lucas in the fifth of a six part feature... read parts one, two, three and four.

“One of the exercises I wanted to do after Jedi [1983] was to see if the companies I had built could survive not having Star Wars in their life,” stated American filmmaker George Lucas. “So we went fifteen years, and the companies not only survived but they prospered and we were now able to finance a $120 million movie.” The prequel trilogy chronicles the early Jedi Knight life of Obi-Wan Kenobi and the emergence of his pupil Anakin Skywalker as a lethal adversary. “That backstory was sketched out in a rudimentary fashion when I wrote the first trilogy, and there were certain things I knew even then. I knew for example, that there was a character known as Anakin Skywalker who grew up on a small planet, »

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Music in the movies: James Newton Howard

13 June 2011 3:44 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Green Lantern’s out this Friday, and to mark the occasion, Glen takes another look at the work of its composer, James Newton Howard

Having looked at James Newton Howard’s collaborations with M Night Shyamalan, and a couple of his other notable efforts last year, it was always my intention to dig in to the rest of his back catalogue at some point.

So, with his score set to accompany DC’s blockbuster adaptation of the Green Lantern, I thought that now would be the ideal opportunity.

The Fugitive

The Fugitive is a film I really need to revisit, if only to see if it’s still as enjoyable as I remember. If anything, at least I know that Howard’s percussion heavy score certainly holds up well nearly 20 years down the line. The score adds to the levels of tension, as it alternates between time signatures, with orchestral passages underpinning the score, »

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Warner Bros & DreamWorks Working On A New Martin Luther King Project

30 April 2011 3:30 AM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Warner Bros & DreamWorks Working On A New Martin Luther King Project

It looks like we will finally get to see Martin Luther King's life being portrayed on screen, but it sadly will not be Paul Greengrass' Memphis and neither will it be Lee Daniels' Selma. Rather it will be an entirely new creation that Warner Bros and DreamWorks will co-operate on with a script written by Kario Salem, who previously wrote The Score. He has spent 3 years researching for the film including interviews with members of the family and people involved in the civil rights movement.

Thanks for reading We Got This Covered »

- Will Chadwick

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Martin Luther King movie project put in gear by Dreamworks

29 April 2011 9:05 PM, PDT | ShockYa | See recent ShockYa news »

The Hollywood Reporter has an exclusive story about Dreamworks’ Martin Luther King biopic project. “The Score” screenwriter Kario Salem has been tapped to write the screenplay; it is stated in the article that he has done three and a half year’s worth of research on the script. Coupled with that amount of work, the film has been in development for years, ever since Dreamworks acquired the life rights to King in 2009. Salem’s other projects include upcoming films “Scarpetta” and “Mavericks”, the latter of which is being directed by Curtis Hanson this summer. Disney’s Touchstone Studios and Warner Brothers are also coming on board to help produce. King’s children–Dexter King, »

- monique

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DreamWorks & Warner Bros Team On Martin Luther King Biopic, Paul Greengrass Will Be Pissed

29 April 2011 11:32 AM, PDT | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

In the aftermath to Paul Greengrass’ biopic of Martin Luther King Jr crashing down at Universal and now appearing to be indefinitely shelved, The Hollywood Reporter say DreamWorks’ two year attempt to get a movie about the civil rights activist and American icon off the ground, which importantly has the full backing of the Mlk estate and protectors, is finally gathering pace.

Warner Bros have come on board to co-finance and distribute the untitled project and Kario Salem, writer of the 2001 De Niro/Norton’s The Score has entered talks to scribe.

It appears Salem had been working closely with WB for the past three and a half years conducting interviews and prepping tireless research into Mlk but when the studio witnessed the recent failures of both Universal (Greengrass’ movie about his final days) and The Weinstein Company (there’s from Lee Daniels titled Selma, about the 1960 marches) when they »

- Matt Holmes

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DreamWorks And Warner Bros. Teaming Up On Martin Luther King. Jr. Biopic

29 April 2011 9:30 AM, PDT | Slash Film | See recent Slash Film news »

[1] When Universal recently dropped [2] Paul Greengrass's Martin Luther King Jr. film Memphis [3] due to a rumored lack of cooperation from King's estate, it became obvious getting a film done about the civil rights leader was going to take a huge effort. Hopefully the combined resources of two studios might do the trick. The Hollywood Reporter is exclusively reporting that DreamWorks, which has the official life and intellectual property rights [4] to King, as well as the cooperation of his family, is teaming up with Warner Bros., which has a well-researched script by Kario Salem (The Score, Mavericks [5]), to make one mega film about the great civil rights leader. Read more after the break. According to The Hollywood Reporter [6], because the Greengrass project, as well as a project called Selma [7] with director Lee Daniels and star David Oyelowo attached [8], were having problems getting off the ground, both DreamWorks and Warner Bros. »

- Germain Lussier

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