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10 of geek cinema's more curious quirks of fate

10 July 2014 6:20 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

We take a light-hearted look at a few of the more strange coincidences and quirks of fate in recent cinema history...

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Stories are often built on coincidences and happenstance. Chance encounters at railway stations. Bruce Willis bumping into Ving Rhames while he's out and about in his Honda in Pulp Fiction. But what about those weird patterns we see in our everyday reality, or, more to the point, in cinema history?

When Batman Begins came out, it was widely noted that Christian Bale had already played an unfathomably rich man with a secret double life before, in Mary Harron's adaptation of American Psycho. Bale's character, Patrick Bateman, even has a surname that's basically Batman with an 'e' added to it.

Those are the kinds of strange quirks of fate we're looking at here. If you have any of your own, do share them in the comments section.

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Director George Nolfi takes on Bruce Lee biopic Birth of the Dragon

30 May 2014 2:01 PM, PDT | JoBlo.com | See recent JoBlo news »

The Bruce Lee biopic Birth Of The Dragon is starting to move along having just grabbed director George Nolfi to helm the project. Nolfi you might recognize as he wrote and directed The Adjustment Bureau and wrote Ocean's Twelve and The Bourne Ultimatum. I had never heard of the project until now but I’m happy to hear it's not yet another movie about the man who trained Lee. The movie is described as: The film is inspired by the true story of Bruce »

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Andy Garcia Joins 'Max Steel' as Dr. Miles Edwards

29 April 2014 8:34 AM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Dolphin Films announced today that Academy Award Nominee Andy Garcia has signed on to the highly anticipated, live-action franchise feature film Max Steel, based on the popular superhero property from Mattel. Andy Garcia will play the pivotal role of the brilliant and mysterious scientist, "Dr. Miles Edwards."

Bill O'Dowd, CEO of Dolphin Films, had this to say about the casting in a statement.

"We're ecstatic to be working with legendary actor Andy Garcia. Dr. Miles Edwards is a very complicated character, and he is central to the entire mythology of Max Steel. The role requires a truly talented actor, and there is no one more qualified than Andy to tackle it."

Andy Garcia is one of Hollywood's most respected leading actors. He played a significant role in the 1987 blockbuster The Untouchables, and subsequently honed his multi-layered acting abilities to earn several industry awards. Garcia has been recognized for his work »

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Meet the 2014 Tribeca Filmmakers #46: Ryan Piers Williams Embraced the Imperfections of Making 'X/Y'

17 April 2014 9:13 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Ryan Piers Williams currently lives in NYC and started making films when he was 12 years old in El Paso, Texas. Upon graduation he worked for Steven Soderbergh and George Clooney on several productions including "Ocean's 12," "Good Night and Good Luck," "The Good German," and "Ocean's 13." He wrote and directed "The Dry Land" (Sundance 2010), and "Kilimanjaro" (SXSW 2013). "X/Y" is his second feature.Biggest challenge in completing the film? I wrote, directed, produced, and acted in X/Y. The biggest challenge I faced in making the film was to perform all of my duties without sacrificing the integrity of the project. It required me to be extremely prepared and exercise a great deal of discipline - while at the same time being flexible and willing to embrace the imperfections in the process. I was also very fortunate to have a seasoned team of producers, crew, and actors who were very »

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Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas Walk First Joint Red Carpet Since Separating in August 2013

16 April 2014 4:50 AM, PDT | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas are making it work. Eight months after the famous couple separated to "evaluate and work on their marriage," the A-list actors reunited on the red carpet Tuesday night. Zeta-Jones—who also debuted new blunt bangs—joined her husband of 13 years for The Library's opening night at The Public Theater in New York City. The actress, 44, and the actor, 69, have been spotted together often in recent months, but this marked the first time they attended an official event since separating. They were supporting director Steven Soderbergh, who created the play. Zeta-Jones worked with the filmmaker on Traffic, Ocean's Twelve and Side Effects, while Douglas worked »

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Ten things we learned from George Clooney's Reddit Ama

30 January 2014 4:46 AM, PST | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

From dealing with Batnipples to pranking Brad Pitt, The Monuments Men star takes on the site's legendary Ask Me Anything livechat

Hail Caesar! Coen brothers may recruit Clooney for Roman epic

In an era when Bruce Willis has an ongoing quest to become the rudest, most sullen interviewee in history, it's refreshing to note that a far more celebrated star in the Hollywood firmament is quite happy to kick back with the people and share a few inspired anecdotes. Reddit's Ama (ask me anything) sessions can be hit and miss, but George Clooney's jaunt in the spotlight this week saw the actor have a candid, engaged and cheerily facetious chat with users of the site.

Clooney was promoting his new film, The Monuments Men, and Satellite Sentinel project, an organisation he co-founded which aims to use satellite imagery of Sudan to document evidence of crimes against humanity. During the Reddit live chat, »

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The top 25 underappreciated films of 2004

8 January 2014 12:48 AM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Odd List Ryan Lambie Simon Brew 9 Jan 2014 - 06:25

We head back a decade to look at a few films that deserve more attention. Here’s our list of 25 underappreciated movies of 2004...

Think back to 2004, and you might dredge up hazy memories of the computer-generated fairytale sequel Shrek 2, Alfonso’s Harry Potter installment, The Prisoner Of Azkaban, or maybe Mel Gibson’s phenomenally successful Passion Of The Christ.

It’s rather less likely that you’ll remember some of the films on this list. You’re probably aware of the drill by now: we’ve gone back into our distant, beer-addled memories to find 25 of the less commonly-lauded movies from the year 2004.

Some of them did reasonably well at the time, but appear to have been forgotten since (especially the one eclipsed by its own internet meme), while others were coolly received by the public or critics (and sometimes »

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