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Ben Affleck Knows His Way Around the 'Town'

29 December 2010 8:15 AM, PST | backstage.com | See recent Backstage news »

Ben Affleck is big in Russia. How else to explain the fact that not once, but twice, during our interview, he is interrupted by fans from Moscow wanting to meet the Oscar winner? Affleck gamely poses for photos as one man explains, "I'm an actor. I don't speak English, sorry. But 'Gone Baby Gone'—very, very good." Affleck thanks him for the praise, and as the man leaves he adds, "Your brother very, very good actor. You, good director!"If anyone had doubts about that last statement after Affleck's directorial debut, "Gone Baby Gone," they disappeared with the September release of the taut, original thriller "The Town." Though he had been content to stay behind the camera with his first film, letting younger brother Casey take the lead and Amy Ryan win accolades, Affleck chose to put himself front and center for "The Town," which he also »

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Natalie Portman, Stan Lee's Birthday, And 'True Grit' Reactions In Today's Twitter Report

28 December 2010 12:12 PM, PST | MTV Splash Page | See recent MTV Splash Page news »

The Twitter Report joins numerous other voices online today in wishing the happiest of birthdays to comics legend and Marvel movie cameo artist Stan Lee. Excitement about Lee's big day was tempered, however, by some disappointment from a few posters who learned that Natalie Portman is now pregnant and engaged to be married.

Check out the day's big retweets down below and you'll also find a few different opinions about "True Grit," a nifty action figure based on Joshua Hale Fialkov and Noel Tuazon's graphic novel "Tumor" and info on which comic book rights you should acquire if you want to get Andy Diggle to work for you for free.

I'm @brianwarmoth, and this is your Twitter Report for December 28, 2010.

@BrianLynch Happy Birthday, Stan Lee! 88 years old. If he were one of his own creations, he would have died and been resurrected twice by now.

-Brian Lynch, Writer ("Angel: After the Fall, »

- Brian Warmoth

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Ben Affleck, Danny Boyle to be Honored at the 22nd Annual Palm Springs International Film Festival

21 December 2010 3:40 PM, PST | Manny the Movie Guy | See recent Manny the Movie Guy news »

Ben Affleck and Danny Boyle will be honored at the upcoming 22nd annual Palm Springs International Film Festival (Psiff). Affleck will receive the Chairman's Award while Boyle will be honored with the Sonny Bono Visionary Award. ("The Town" Movie Review)

The Awards Gala will kick off the 2011 awards season on Saturday, January 8, at the Palm Springs Convention Center. Previously announced honorees are Javier Bardem, Robert Duvall, Colin Firth, Jennifer Lawrence, Carey Mulligan, Natalie Portman, David O. Russell, Diane Warren and the cast of The Social Network. The Festival runs January 6-17. ("127 Hours" movie review, and interviews with Danny Boyle and James Franco)

Here's the rest of the press release:

Commenting on Affleck, Festival Chairman Harold Matzner said, .If there is truly a renaissance man in today.s cinema, it.s Ben Affleck. He has distinguished himself as a premier writer and director, as well as an actor with a broad-ranging and impressive filmography. »

- Manny

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Should Jon Favreau have cast Iron Man 3 and Marvel aside for Disney?

16 December 2010 8:17 AM, PST | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Not many directors have made a success of one superhero movie, let alone two. So why move on to the Magic Kingdom?

If there were a line in the Hollywood sand, with the hacks on one side of it, and the more creative film-makers on the other, Jon Favreau's decision this week to spurn Iron Man 3 in favour of Disney family jaunt Magic Kingdom might just push him into the former camp. Cynics will suggest that both are big-budget movies controlled firmly by the men in suits. Yet Favreau brought a firm but unfussy hand to the first two Iron Man films, turning what was something of an also-ran character in Marvel's canon into the star of one of the biggest and best-received series in comic book moviedom.

Sure, he had the advantage of an on-form Robert Downey Jr as his Tony Stark, and the Iron Man movies »

- Ben Child

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Joe Pantoliano Willing To Return To 'Daredevil' Universe, But The Phone Isn't Ringing

15 December 2010 7:07 PM, PST | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

Exclusive: Fox hired David Scarpa back in February to pen another adventure in the "Daredevil" universe, suggesting they were hot on a second installment in the series. The details aren't public, but if "Daredevil" lay dormant, it's reasonable to expect Marvel would at least try to reacquire the film rights for a new picture dealing with the Man Without Fear over at Disney. The question is, what elements are being retained from the last film? Already, Ben Affleck has ruled out returning to the scarlet leather, but what about the minor players involved with the Mark Steven Johnson-helmed atrocity? Specifically… »

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Scarlett Johansson, Jon Favreau, And Curing HIV In Today's Twitter Report

15 December 2010 1:03 PM, PST | MTV Splash Page | See recent MTV Splash Page news »

Jon Favreau has officially relinquished the director's chair for "Iron Man 3," and the news sent ripples through the comics Twitterverse this morning. Dan Slott, however, is still holding out to see the "Cowboys and Aliens" director hang around and contribute at least one more cameo, however.

In other Marvel film universe related happenings, Scarlett Johansson and Ryan Reynolds' split has likewise attracted some commentary, and Chris Weston sounded hopeful last night. Find out why down below, where his wish has been retweeted along with some continuing Golden Globes reactions, Phil Hester on a recent breakthrough in HIV cure research and Mark Millar's picks for new directors in the world of Marvel movies.

I'm @brianwarmoth, and this is your Twitter Report for December 15, 2010.

@DanSlott I know this sounds silly, but I really hope @Jon_Favreau makes an appearance in IM3 as Happy Hogan.

-Dan Slott, Writer ("The Amazing Spider-Man, »

- Brian Warmoth

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New Spider-Man Casting: Spider-Man’s Parents and Another Villain

7 December 2010 12:13 PM, PST | MoviesOnline.ca | See recent MoviesOnline news »

Usually with all this big superhero casting news we’re all about the majors: who’s playing the hero, the love interest and the villain? Which is a shame, because there’s potential for lots of great roles in these movies that don’t involve putting on a costume. Look at Jon Favreau as Foggy Nelson in Daredevil. Say what you will about the [...] »

- Danny Djeljosevic

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Updated: Hans Zimmer Suggests Reinventing the 'Superman' Score for Zack Snyder

1 December 2010 10:47 AM, PST | Rope of Silicon | See recent Rope Of Silicon news »

Update: Okay, after re-reading the Huver piece it may be that Zimmer is simply offering his thoughts on what should be done with the Superman score, not necessarily that he will be scoring the film. For now let's just say he's on record thinking the score should be reinvented, but not that he is the confirmed composer.

At a DVD/Blu-ray party for the upcoming December 7 release of Christopher Nolan's Inception, Hans Zimmer was on hand and spoke with NBC San Diego's Scott Huver and confirmed he will be scoring discussed the score for Zack Snyder's upcoming Superman: Man of Steel and that he will indeed be taking a crack at falls on the side of reinventing the score and not simply offering a new rendition of John Williams's classic Superman theme. "It's a hard one," mused Zimmer, "but I followed one of the most iconic things »

- Brad Brevet

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Oscar: Ben Affleck Q&A On 'The Town'

26 November 2010 7:18 PM, PST | Deadline | See recent Deadline news »

<img src='http://www.deadline.com/wp-content/plugins/simple-post-thumbnails/timthumb.php?src=/wp-content/uploads/thumbnails/867782010-11-29-13-09-49.jpg&#38;w=130&#38;h=95&#38;zc=1&#38;ft=jpg' alt='post thumbnail' /> <a href="http://www.deadline.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/11/affleck-on-the-town.jpg"><img class="alignright size-full wp-image-86803" title="affleck on the town" src="http://www.deadline.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/11/affleck-on-the-town.jpg" alt="" width="275" height="375" /></a>Ben Affleck’s career trajectory rarely happens in Hollywood much less all by age 38: from unknown actor (<em>Mallrats</em>, <em>Chasing Amy</em>) to Oscar–winning co–writer (<em>Good Will Hunting</em>) to leading man (<em>Armageddon</em>, <em>Pearl Harbor</em>, <em>Changing Lanes</em>, <em>The Sum of All Fears</em>, <em>Daredevil</em>) to tabloid fixture (“Bennifer”) to washed–up star (after <em>Gigli</em>) to budding director (adapting Dennis Lehane’s novel <em>Gone Baby Gone</em>) to hot actor/helmer with the #1 opening movie September 17–19. For <em>The Town</em>, Affleck returns to his Boston roots and blue collar crime to adapt Chuck Hogan’s novel <em>Prince Of Thieves</em> for the big screen. The result: an adult–pleasing hit that has entered the Best Picture discussion. Mike Fleming talks to him about his and <em>The Town</em>'s Oscar chances: <strong>Deadline:</strong> So you wrote yourself a second career as a director in <em>Gone Baby Gone</em>. Now you’ve written yourself the edgiest role of your »

- MIKE FLEMING

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London Boulevard review

24 November 2010 10:48 PM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Colin Farrell, on face value, has picked another interesting project to lend his talents to, here. But sadly, London Boulevard fails to deliver...

At my local cinema, it’s always conspicuous when my ticket stub tells me that I’m going to be watching a film in screen 7. It’s conspicuous, because that’s where I’ve seen films like In Bruges, Crazy Heart and Ondine. Coincidentally, it’s also the screen in which I saw London Boulevard.

I mention the reasons why I call screen 7 'The Colin Farrell Theatre' because I think, to some extent, it shows the trajectory of Farrell’s career. Screen 7 isn’t a big deal. It’s not 3D-ready, it doesn’t have 400 seats, and it’s not often full up. It speaks of the kind of film that Farrell does these days, having once been in stuff like Phone Booth and Daredevil, while now, »

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Review: Thought Bubble 2010

22 November 2010 4:00 AM, PST | Blogomatic3000 | See recent Blogomatic3000 news »

Well it’s Sunday night and Thought Bubble is over for another year, and like the previous few years it’s gotten bigger, better and more tightly organised, it’s hard to believe Thought Bubble once fitted in the basement of Leeds Town Hall, which judging by the heat is very close to earth’s molten core…

It was good to see the adoption by some artists (John Romita Jr, Tony Harris, Adi Granov, and maybe more that I don’t know about) of a take-a-number system when queuing for sketches, meaning that fans could wander around the con whilst the Pros took part in panels, rather than having to stand in line all day. Another improvement was the removal of the curtained off panel area in favour of holding panels in Royal Armouries Hall and Alea Casino, freeing up more space for exhibitors and guests.

The Thought Bubble staff »

- Baron Fornightly

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Halloween Special: The Five Most Unintentionally Terrifying Comic Book Movies

31 October 2010 7:01 AM, PDT | MTV Splash Page | See recent MTV Splash Page news »

We love horror movies all year round. From zombies and supernatural beasts to murderers and haunted abodes, the classic motifs are tried and true. But the sad fact is, by the time you choose the horror flick you want to see, you pretty much know what you’re in for — and that can take the edge off.

True horror is in the element of surprise, so what’s more surprising than believing you’re about to watch a comic book adaptation, and instead witnessing to the sadistic mauling of your favorite character’s personality, powers or storyline?

Here five of the most unintentionally terrifying films based on comics so far… because the scariest thing about comic book movies is when they go wrong.

Roger Corman’s Fantastic Four (1994)

A legend in efficient filmmaking, director Roger Corman did plenty with the tiny $2 million budget allotted him, but Marvel’s first family »

- Rachel Molino

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Peter Segal Plans A Grudge Match

26 October 2010 5:02 PM, PDT | EmpireOnline | See recent EmpireOnline news »

Tim Kelleher's spec script, picked up by Warners back in May, now has a director: Peter Segal has signed on to direct the over-the-hill boxing comedy Grudge Match.It's the story of two lifelong rival pugilists tempted back into the ring for One Last Fight, even though neither of them has strapped on the gloves for decades.Segal previously directed Get Smart and 50 First Dates, so knows his way around an amiable featherweight project, but he may find himself with some heavyweight stars to wrangle if the studio get their way. Top of Warner's wishlist are, according to Deadline, Robert De Niro and Sylvester Stallone. While a Balboa vs. Lamotta chuckle-fest does sound appealing, we just think it's a shame Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau are no longer with us.Mark Steven Johnson (director of Ghost Rider and Daredevil, and, as it happens, writer of Grumpy Old Men) is »

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Colin Farrell On Deck With Michael Fassbender & Tom Hardy For ‘Total Recall’ Remake?

21 October 2010 12:49 PM, PDT | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

Colin Farrell may be looking to reinvigorate his once thriving ‘tough guy’ career that he started in films such as Swat and Daredevil before his budding blockbuster career started fizzling out by taking on the lead role in the upcoming Total Recall remake. Farrell has spent the last four years performing in riskier films and has garnered a significant amount of respect for his acting, thus, he seems an odd fit for this project. Len Wiseman (Underworld, Live Free or Die Hard) will be directing the updated film based on Philip K. Dick‘s short story We Can Remember It For You Wholesale.

The original Total Recall is a bit of a guilty pleasure (as are most 80′s Arnold Schwarzenegger films) but Dick’s story has the making for a top-tier science fiction film. Unfortunately, Wiseman doesn’t appear to be the type of director who could elevate the material »

- John Luchetti

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Their Best Role: Ben Affleck in 'Hollywoodland'

20 October 2010 1:33 PM, PDT | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

Filed under: Features, Cinematical

Lately Ben Affleck is in the media spotlight for all the right reasons, thanks to the critical and commercial success of his second directorial effort, 'The Town,' and his starring role in the sobering, timely drama 'The Company Men,' opening this Friday. But there was a time not so long ago, when his name was practically a punch line, especially when combined with that of his former flame, Jennifer Lopez (Affleck's pal Kevin Smith has been credited for coining "Bennifer").

The backlash to Affleck's formerly stellar career happened in the early to mid-2000s, after a string of unfortunate movies ('Daredevil,' 'Jersey Girl, 'Surviving Christmas,' 'Man About Town,') including the legendarily maligned romcom 'Gigli.' His much-hyped relationship with J-Lo only fueled the gleeful put-downs.

But in 2006, just when he most needed it, »

- Marina Zogbi

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Their Best Role: Ben Affleck in 'Hollywoodland'

20 October 2010 1:33 PM, PDT | Cinematical | See recent Cinematical news »

Filed under: Features, Cinematical

Lately Ben Affleck is in the media spotlight for all the right reasons, thanks to the critical and commercial success of his second directorial effort, 'The Town,' and his starring role in the sobering, timely drama 'The Company Men,' opening this Friday. But there was a time not so long ago, when his name was practically a punch line, especially when combined with that of his former flame, Jennifer Lopez (Affleck's pal Kevin Smith has been credited for coining "Bennifer").

The backlash to Affleck's formerly stellar career happened in the early to mid-2000s, after a string of unfortunate movies ('Daredevil,' 'Jersey Girl, 'Surviving Christmas,' 'Man About Town,') including the legendarily maligned romcom 'Gigli.' His much-hyped relationship with J-Lo only fueled the gleeful put-downs.

But in 2006, just when he most needed it, »

- Marina Zogbi

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Iron Man 3 confirmed for 2013

18 October 2010 11:15 PM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Disney and Paramount reach a deal that gives the former distribution rights to The Avengers, and also confirms that Iron Man 3 is arriving in May 2013…

One of the frustrations that Disney has had to face since it bought Marvel last year is that the movie rights to many of the firm's biggest comic book properties are held by other studios. Fox, for instance, has the rights to make movies based on X-Men, Daredevil and Fantastic Four, and is churning out new films to ensure that it keeps them. Sony? It's got Spider-Man and Ghost Rider signed up, while Paramount has been making a pretty penny out of the likes of Iron Man and the incoming slate of Captain America and Thor.

Paramount was also set to distribute the Marvel epic The Avengers, being directed by Joss Whedon for release in 2012. Yet, Disney has now stepped in and done a »

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Wonder Woman Is Back On TV!

1 October 2010 4:00 PM, PDT | LRMonline.com | See recent LRM Online news »

Growing up as a kid, there were two things I enjoyed on TV - Star Trek and staring at Lynda Carter in the Wonder Woman TV show. And what little boy didn't? She looked hot and could pick up cars! Every young boys fantasy!While fans of Wonder Woman have been wonder womaning what's going on with the nowhere near greenlit status of the film, it looks as if we still might see some golden lasso action on the small screen instead of the big screen.THR has more:Wonder Woman is heading back to the screen but instead of flying to movie theatres, the Amazon princess is returning to television. Warner Bros. Television is developing a modern-day reboot of the classic DC comic book heroine and is lassoing an unlikely talent to potentially write and produce the superhero project: David E. Kelley, the showrunner behind legal dramas such as “Ally McBeal, »

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What Project Should Acclaimed Director Ben Affleck Do Next?

30 September 2010 11:10 AM, PDT | Movieline | See recent Movieline news »

It's a pretty good year to be Ben Affleck, considering that his second directorial effort, The Town, isn't just a box office hit, but also a dark horse for an Oscar nomination or two (we all know how much Hollywood loves to reward hyphenate actors). The last time Affleck had heat like this, he squandered it on films like Pearl Harbor and Daredevil (I won't include Armageddon here because it remains totally awesome), but which fork in the road will he take in phase two of his career? Movieline ranks his rumored options ahead. »

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The James Clayton Column: Sympathy for Ben Affleck

30 September 2010 6:38 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Actor/director Ben Affleck may be receiving acclaim for The Town, but will he and stars like him, James wonders, forever be associated with tabloid gossip rather than creative skill?

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Imagine for a moment that we are some time far in the future and that you've taken your senile relatives on a trip to their summerhouse and allotment on the Moon. Suddenly, the levitating visio-screens that sit on every surface cut from the repetitive footage of the War in Antarctica and are interrupted by an ‘Entertainment Newsflash Sponsored by L'Oréal'. Sadly, actor and director Ben Affleck has just been announced dead.

"Who's Ben Affleck?" asks one of the senile relatives (they might not actually be senile. They might just be playacting to annoy you). "Ummm," responds another, "oh aye... he went out with Jennifer Lopez, y'know... the singer and current Senator of Puerto Rico."

"Oh, »

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