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Eli Roth is Back With a New Netflix Series

12 December 2011 2:43 PM, PST | shocktillyoudrop.com | See recent shocktillyoudrop news »

Eli Roth is actually getting back in the director's chair for a new endeavor.  Since Hostel: Part II and the faux grindhouse trailer Thanksgiving, the writer-director has been exploring avenues in acting (Inglourious Basterds) and producing (The Last Exorcism).  He's also been developing a few scripts.

Today, news broke of his latest effort, which will see him tackling horrors on the small screen.

Roth is teaming up with Netflix and Gaumont for an adaptation of Hemlock Grove, a novel by Brian McGreevy.  Netflix/Gaumont are producing a 13-episode series of which Roth will executive produce and direct.

Never heard of Hemlock Grove?  Well, that's understandable.  The book isn't due out until March.  McGreevy is currently working on the screenplay with Lee Shipman.  Head inside for a description...

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'Bridesmaids' and 'The Descendants' among AFI's Top 10 Films

11 December 2011 1:21 PM, PST | Gold Derby | See recent Gold Derby news »

There are some surprising omissions from the American Film Institute's list of Top 10 Films of 2011, including "Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close" and "#The Ides of March." That doesn't take either film out of Oscar contention, however. In 2006, AFI failed to include the eventual Oscar Best Picture champ "The Departed" among its top 10.  "The Artist," "Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy" and "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2" were not eligible as they were foreign-made, but "The Artist" and the whole "Harry Potter" film series received special awards. Last year, the AFI named nine of the eventual 10 Best Picture nominees, with only the champ -- British-made "The King's Speech" -- missing from the list. It too received a special prize. Two years ago, the AFI snubbed eventual Best Picture nominees "Avatar" and "Inglourious Basterds." »

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Angelina and Brad Toast Her Directorial Debut With a Lively Afterparty

9 December 2011 10:05 AM, PST | Popsugar.com | See recent Popsugar news »

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt celebrated the latest screening of her film In the Land of Blood and Honey last night in La with an afterparty at Boulevard 3, just down the street from the theater where the premiere was held. The intimate West Coast showing of her film drew Jolie-Pitt family friend Gwen Stefani and a select group of Hollywood powerplayers. The movie follows a love story that unfolds during the Serbian-Bosnian conflict of the '90s and is already generating major buzz for its intense and emotional portrayal of the war. The mood at the soiree was lighthearted, however, and Brad and Angelina stayed out until nearly midnight chatting with their premiere guests and friends - including Brad's Inglourious Basterds costar Eli Roth. Angelina is on the current covers of The Hollywood Reporter, Newsweek, and Marie Claire and opened up about her filmmaking and family life for the magazines. »

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With Don 2 Srk joins Tom Cruise and Brad Pitt

9 December 2011 3:58 AM, PST | BollywoodHungama | See recent BollywoodHungama news »

Don 2 is special to Shah Rukh for reasons more than him. Other than the facts that with the film he gets a chance to take forward the Don franchise and also hope to entertain audience all over again after a mixed response to Ra.One, he also joins the likes of Tom Cruise and Brad Pitt. So far these are the only two major superstars who have managed to impress the German authorities when it comes to shooting an international film in their land. However, Shah Rukh Khan has now joined the elite team due to his super popularity in this part of the European continent. "Unlike U.K., U.S.A or Thailand where international films are shot in dozens, it isn't easy to get permission for shooting in Germany. It is a conservative land and the eligibility criteria is very stringent when it comes to shooting a film »

- Joginder Tuteja

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Academy Award Nominee Kenneth Branagh To Participat​e In Live Webcast Q&A For My Week With Marilyn – Today – 2Pm

8 December 2011 9:48 AM, PST | WeAreMovieGeeks.com | See recent WeAreMovieGeeks.com news »

The Weinstein Company announced this morning that four-time Academy Award nominee Kenneth Branagh will participate in a live webcast Q&A from Sweden where he is currently on the set of .Wallander.. 

The event will take place Today, Thursday, December 8th at 2:00 Pm Est.

The Q&A will be streaming online exclusively at The Huffington Post allowing film fans across the country a unique opportunity to submit questions and participate in a discussion with Mr. Branagh regarding the making of My Week With Marilyn, working with the film.s terrific ensemble cast and Branagh.s own illustrious career. Additionally, fans can ask questions via Facebook and Twitter. The Weinstein Company hosted a similar event last year with the film .The King.s Speech. and had over 20,000 questions submitted in a 30 minute period during the Q&A. Please visit the live chat at http://www.huffingtonpost.com/kenneth-branagh/making-my-week-with-maril_b_1136692.html, »

- Michelle McCue

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The top 25 must-see movies of 2012

8 December 2011 2:25 AM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Next year’s full to bursting with exciting movies, so to help out a little, here’s our pick of 25 must-see movies out in 2012…

As 2011 draws to a close, one eye is inevitably on the treats that are lying ahead for 2012. With that in mind, we've got our line-up of, as things stands, the 25 films that are brightest on our radar.

Now, a couple of disclaimers.

There are films that haven't made the cut here simply because we don't know a fat lot about them yet, or at least not enough to get us fired up. Jack The Giant Killer, Rise Of The Guardians, Red Tails, Chronicle and Dark Shadows all fit into that category.

Plus there are the films that we suspect will turn out strongly, but what we've seen of them so far hasn't blown us away (Brave, Skyfall). Then there are the potential hidden gems (ParaNorman) we'll »

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Best World War II Movies: From 'Casablana' to 'Inglourious Basterds'

7 December 2011 10:40 AM, PST | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

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As the history books profess, Dec. 7, 1941 is a day that will live in infamy. 70 years ago, Japanese bombers attacked Pearl Harbor in Hawaii and thrust the United State into the second World War. In the years since, Hollywood has reacted to the national tragedy at Pearl Harbor -- and America's entrance into World War II -- the only way it knows how: with movies. From epics like 'The Thin Red Line' to romances like 'Casablanca' to revisionist shoot-'em-ups like 'Inglourious Basterds,' there is a long line of classic World War II movies. Ahead, ten of the best, courtesy of our friends at Snakkle.com.

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Top Ten Tuesday: The Best of Michael Fassbender (So Far)

6 December 2011 10:26 AM, PST | WeAreMovieGeeks.com | See recent WeAreMovieGeeks.com news »

Michael Fassbender is perhaps the most talented, fastest rising international star. Originally born in Germany, Fassbender has grown rapidly from being primarily a television actor into a worldly thespian of staggering proportion, garnering ecstatic praise both in Europe and the United States for his unflinching, intense performances in roles that are often controversial and extraordinarily demanding. Fassbender has received some of his breakout roles in genre films, a cinematic place that only rarely produced tremendous genre-spanning talent.

In honor of this tremendous new acting force, we’ve compiled our list of Top Ten performances from Michael Fassbender. His latest role may prove to be his most stellar, even controversial one yet. Appearing in his second film directed by Steve McQueen, Shame has Fassbender portraying a sex addict. Shame is opening soon, with dates varying depending on your location.

Honorable Mention: Centurion

In Neil Marshall’s Centurion, Michael Fassbender portrays Quintus Dias, »

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Starship Troopers remake announced

5 December 2011 7:17 AM, PST | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

A remake of the cult sci-fi film Starship Troopers, released in 1997, is in the works according to Vulture. Directed by Paul Verhoeven (Basic Instinct) and based on a short story by Robert A. Heinlein, Starship Troopers featured a war between mankind and giant alien bugs, following a military unit as they progressed from recruits through to ranking officers.

Sony Pictures producer Neal Moritz (I Am Legend, Fast & Furious) has assigned the script to screenwriters Ashley Edward Miller and Zack Stentz, who have written episodes of the TV shows Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles and Fringe, as well as superhero movies Thor and X-Men: First Class. The writers also recently made a deal with the Penguin imprint Razorbill to publish their first novel Colin Fischer, about a 14-year-old boy with Asperger’s syndrome, which they plan to turn into a feature film.

This announcement follows remake plans for two of Paul Verhoeven »

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Box Office: Emile Sherman's Shame has strong opening in the Us

4 December 2011 9:34 PM, PST | IF.com.au | See recent IF.com.au news »

See-Saw Films. controversial sex-addiction film, Shame, has had a strong opening weekend at the Us box office. The film, which across the Pacific is rated Nc-17, grossed an impressive $361,181 from just 10 theatres, giving it a phenomenal screen average of $36,118. Us distributor Fox Searchlight was testing the waters on the Steve McQueen-directed flick which has been embroiled in controversy. Actor Michael Fassbender, best known for Quentin Tarantino's Inglourious Basterds, plays Brandon, who is a busy New Yorker balancing work and an active social life. He is also a sex addict. And full-frontal male nudity, plus scenes involving his self-harming sister played by Carey Mulligan, led to the strong rating in the Us. And as a result, it will be rated R in Australia when »

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Notebook Reviews: Martin Scorsese’s "Hugo"

2 December 2011 8:35 PM, PST | MUBI | See recent MUBI news »

Reporting on the original 3-D outbreak in 1953, Manny Farber wrote of the technique’s visual potential: “Along with the sharpening of the outline of bodies, there is an effort to clarify the feeling of negative spaces—the spaces in a composition that are more or less unfilled.” Nearly five decades later, Martin Scorsese employs the technique to leave no space unfilled. In Hugo, he introduces the setting—Paris’ Montparnasse train station circa 1931—with an impossibly vertiginous, digitally-lubricated zoom that races past costumed passengers and smoky locomotives until it comes to rest on the retina of the eponymous orphan (Asa Butterfield). As sparrowish Hugo hides between the station’s meshing gears and tends to its many clocks, no chance is missed to endow images with a sense of depth: Diagonals and curves are the preferred forms, snow falls and pages flutter as if inches away from the 3-D glasses, a Doberman »

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‘Shame’ Review

2 December 2011 7:30 AM, PST | ScreenRant.com | See recent Screen Rant news »

Screen Rant’s Ben Kendrick reviews Shame

Michael Fassbender is quickly becoming one of the most sought-after actors in Hollywood – with lauded performances that include Lieutenant Archie Hicox in Inglourious Basterds, as well as a younger, more aggressive, Magneto in X-Men: First Class.

However, while killing Nazis and eradicating the human race might sound controversial in some circles – without question, Fassbender takes on his most challenging (as well as vulnerable) role in director Steve McQueen’s Shame. Is the character drama, about a sex-addicted New York business man, another high mark on the actor’s increasingly robust resume? Or does McQueen fail to support Fassbender’s ambitions with a thin cinematic offering?

Fortunately, not only does Shame feature a powerful and gut-wrenching performance from Fassbender, but nearly everyone else involved also steps ...

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- Ben Kendrick

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Shame

2 December 2011 6:15 AM, PST | The Scorecard Review | See recent Scorecard Review news »

Shame

Directed by: Steve McQueen

Cast: Michael Fassbender, Carey Mulligan

Running Time: 1 hr 50 mins

Rating: Nc-17

Release Date: December 2, 2011 (Chicago)

Plot: A New York man (Fassbender) continues to struggle with his sex addiction while his sister (Mulligan) crashes at his swanky apartment.

Who’S It For?: Fans of Fassbender might feel little shame watching the actor walk around in the buff, but they’ll be getting much more here than an artsy peep show. The Nc-17 rating is fully warranted; Shame is fully adult, but not in an immediate pornographic sense.

Expectations: It’s not often ’round these parts that we get to see an Nc-17 movie during awards season, so I was curious as to just how explicit a movie starring rising star Michael Fassbender could be. With such a cold title and a strange poster, I also wondered exactly how dirty this movie would make me feel. »

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‘Mission: Impossible 4′ Clip: Catfight!

1 December 2011 1:40 PM, PST | ScreenRant.com | See recent Screen Rant news »

When your upcoming movie is sitting on uncertain ground – as Paramount’s Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol arguably is – sometimes you have to bring out the big guns in order to help bait those filmgoers swimming through the crowded sea of holiday season movies.

Well, the Paramount marketing team is indeed reaching for their big guns (again) with this latest Ghost Protocol clip, which features the two lovely ladies of the cast – Paula Patton (Mirrors) and Léa Seydoux (Inglourious Basterds) – engaged in a spy-on-spy catfight.

Previous Mission: Impossible 4 clips and featurettes have revealed some of the film’s big set pieces – including Tom Cruise scaling the world’s tallest building. While big stunts and witty banter between characters are suitable lures to attract a ...

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- Kofi Outlaw

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Arnofsky Still Looking For His Noah

30 November 2011 8:58 PM, PST | LatinoReview | See recent LatinoReview news »

Christian Bale has decided that he will not play Noah in Darren Arnofsky's upcoming film about the famous sailor and animal preservationist. No word on why the busy actor deflected from the project, but we all know he just doesn't want to blow his Bible-movie load early when there's probably a juicy Jesus role just around the corner. But don't feel too bad for Arnofsky. When almost every movie you make nets someone an acting Oscar, casting isn't going to be one of your problems. Sure enough, rapidly rising star Michael Fassbender may fill the abandoned role. Fassbender has really been ripping it up lately. After single-handedly stealing his scene in "Inglourious Basterds" and outright owning "X-Men: First Class," Fassbender has gone from obscurity to omnipresence in a remarkably fast time. Oscar buzz surrounds him thanks to his naked portrayal of a sex addict in this year's "Shame," and he's »

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Kourtney Kardashian Pregnant as Kris Humphries Files for Separation; Britney Spears to Marry Again?; Katherine Heigl Hates Balls

30 November 2011 7:15 AM, PST | Reelzchannel.com | See recent ReelzChannel news »

ReelzChannel Celebrity Rundown

Kourtney Kardashian has momentarily taken the spotlight off of sister Kim Kardashian as she's revealed that she's pregnant with her second child with husband Scott Disick.

In Other Kardashian News:

Kris Humphries has plans to answer Kim Kardashian's divorce papers by filing a legal separation.

Daniel Craig slams the Kardashian clan in an interview with GQ, calling the family "f**king idiots."

— The increasingly reliable National Enquirer claims that family matriarch Kris Jenner is set to divorce Bruce Jenner after 20 years of marriage.

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It's rumored Britney Spears' boyfriend/agent Jason Trawick is ready to pop the question before the end of the year. It would be Trawick's first marriage and Spears' third. She was married for 55 hours to childhood friend Jason Allen Alexander (which was annulled) and for about two years to backup dancer Kevin Federline.

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Bradley Cooper, fresh off being named "The Sexiest Man Alive, »

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Darren Aronofsky's Noah loses star Christian Bale. Michael Fassbender considered!

30 November 2011 7:11 AM, PST | Upcoming-Movies.com | See recent Upcoming-Movies.com news »

Michael Fassbender could be Noah for Darren Aronofsky. Christian Bale has apparently passed on Noah helmed by Darren Aronofsky and the director of Black Swan is now zeroing in on current super-hot star Michael Fassbender (Shame, X-Men: First Class, Inglourious Basterds) for the title role in Paramount Pictures and New Regency's biblical epic drama, reports Variety. There's no official offer yet, however, Variety's been told that Fassbender's discussed the role with Aronofsky and he's available after Warner Bros. Pictures' Londongrad has hit a snag after losing director Rupert Wyatt. Aronofsky wrote the script alongside Ari Handel , which was then rewritten by John Logan. Aronofsky produces with his Black Swan collaborator Scott Franklin »

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Darren Aronofsky's Noah loses star Christian Bale. Michael Fassbender considered!

30 November 2011 7:11 AM, PST | Upcoming-Movies.com | See recent Upcoming-Movies.com news »

Michael Fassbender could be Noah for Darren Aronofsky. Christian Bale has apparently passed on Noah helmed by Darren Aronofsky and the director of Black Swan is now zeroing in on current super-hot star Michael Fassbender (Shame, X-Men: First Class, Inglourious Basterds) for the title role in Paramount Pictures and New Regency's biblical epic drama, reports Variety. There's no official offer yet, however, Variety's been told that Fassbender's discussed the role with Aronofsky and he's available after Warner Bros. Pictures' Londongrad has hit a snag after losing director Rupert Wyatt. Aronofsky wrote the script alongside Ari Handel , which was then rewritten by John Logan. Aronofsky produces with his Black Swan collaborator Scott Franklin »

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Darren Aronofsky's Noah loses star Christian Bale. Michael Fassbender considered!

30 November 2011 7:11 AM, PST | Upcoming-Movies.com | See recent Upcoming-Movies.com news »

Michael Fassbender could be Noah for Darren Aronofsky. Christian Bale has apparently passed on Noah helmed by Darren Aronofsky and the director of Black Swan is now zeroing in on current super-hot star Michael Fassbender (Shame, X-Men: First Class, Inglourious Basterds) for the title role in Paramount Pictures and New Regency's biblical epic drama, reports Variety. There's no official offer yet, however, Variety's been told that Fassbender's discussed the role with Aronofsky and he's available after Warner Bros. Pictures' Londongrad has hit a snag after losing director Rupert Wyatt. Aronofsky wrote the script alongside Ari Handel , which was then rewritten by John Logan. Aronofsky produces with his Black Swan collaborator Scott Franklin »

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‘Shame’ Red-Band Trailer: Michael Fassbender, Subway Stalker

29 November 2011 6:26 PM, PST | ScreenRant.com | See recent Screen Rant news »

Buzz continues to build for director Steven McQueen’s new film Shame, a psycho-sexual-drama starring Michael Fassbender as a New York man consumed with sexual addiction.

We’ve already posted the Shame teaser trailer and full trailer, and response has been pretty positive; Fassbender has a growing (and loyal) legion of fans, thanks to his roles in films like X-Men: First Class, Inglourious Basterds, and 300. However, those previous trailers have offered a relatively safe (read: green-band) look at this film; for a better idea of why it has earned a controversial Nc-17 rating, you may want to check out the red-band trailer we have to offer today.

Before we get to the (semi-)scandalous red-band trailer, check out a synopsis for Shame below:

Opening in North American theaters on December 2, the Nc-17 drama ...

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