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Julianne Moore, Bart Freundlich Team Up for ‘After the Wedding’ Remake

Julianne Moore, Bart Freundlich Team Up for ‘After the Wedding’ Remake
Julianne Moore and her husband, writer-director Bart Freundlich, are teaming on a remake of Susanne Bier’s 2006 drama “After the Wedding” with plans to cast the two lead roles as women, set in and around New York.

Cornerstone Films has come on board to handle international sales and distribution and will commence sales at the European Film Market during the Berlin Film Festival. CAA will oversee the U.S. rights.

After the Wedding” will be produced by Joel Michaels and Silvio Muraglia through Paradox Studios and production will begin this spring. Paradox Studios is also financing.

Bier’s film was nominated for the Academy Award for best foreign-language film.

The remake will be set first in Calcutta at an orphanage on the outskirts of town with a woman who has made it her life’s work to care for these children. In desperate need of money to keep the orphanage afloat, she finds a benefactor,
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First poster for ‘Hunting Season’

Look At Me Films today has released the poster for its newest genre film Hunting Season, with Deanna Russo (The Ice Cream Truck, Being Human, Rest Stop) set to team up again with director Megan Freels Johnston (The Ice Cream Truck, Rebound), who also penned the screenplay.

Hunting Season is the chilling story of a single girl whose weekend getaway with her dashing new boyfriend at his family’s hunting lodge puts her directly in their crosshairs. When she goes dark, her roommate tracks her to the lion’s den – just in time for dinner.

The movie will be produced by Freels Johnston and YuMee Jang via their production company Look At Me Films. Production is set to begin later this year.
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Bad Moms Red Band Trailer Parties with Mila Kunis and Kristen Bell

Bad Moms Red Band Trailer Parties with Mila Kunis and Kristen Bell
A group of overworked and under-appreciated mothers decide to liberate themselves from conventional responsibilities in the red band and green band trailers for the hilarious and highly anticipated comedy Bad Moms. Mila Kunis, Kristen Bell and Kathryn Hahn star as these mothers, who rebel against the system, and an uptight PTA leader (Christina Applegate) in this comedy that hits theaters July 29. Bad Moms will have its work cut it out for itself in theaters this summer, going up against Universal's long-awaited action sequel Jason Bourne.

In this new comedy from Stx Entertainment and the writers of The Hangover, Amy (Mila Kunis) has a seemingly perfect life - a great marriage, over-achieving kids, beautiful home and a career. However she's over-worked, over-committed and exhausted to the point that she's about to snap. Fed up, she joins forces with two other over-stressed moms (Kristen Bell and Kathryn Hahn) on a quest to
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Meet The Man Stole A Song From

Dance music fans have long been acquainted with Arty, but it wasn't until nicked one of his songs that mainstream audiences were introduced to the 23-year-old German DJ and producer. Arty made the song in question, "Rebound," with Mat Zo and signed it to Anjunabeats, one of dance music's most respected labels, only to see it sampled liberally in the Black Eyed Peas frontman's track "Let's Go."

What's followed since has been somewhat amusing for music fans, as Anjunabeats' Jono Grant (of Above & Beyond fame) blasted, who eventually admitted to using the song without licensing it. Then Chris Brown, who lends his vocal talents to "Let's Go," said he's clueless and doesn't even listen to the some of the tracks he sings on, Mat Zo quit Twitter and Arty was included's liner notes. While the whole situation provided
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Will.I.Am Blasted For Stealing Song

Will.I.Am Blasted For Stealing Song
By Ryan Pearson, Associated Press

West Hollywood, Calif. -- wants to be known as a maker – not just of music, but things, from cars to headphones.

The Black Eyed Peas frontman is computer chip-maker Intel's "director of creative innovation." He's also partnered with Coca-Cola to create a new brand of products from recycled bottles and cans, including headphones and clothes.

Not that the seven-time Grammy winner – who produces, writes, sings and raps – has lost his ear for hits. Three songs from his new album, "(hash)willpower" – featuring Justin Bieber, Britney Spears and Miley Cyrus – are now in the Billboard Hot 100. It's his fourth solo album but the first in six years and the first since the Peas became global megastars with hits like "Boom Boom Pow" and "I Gotta Feeling." As a solo artist, he has yet to match the Peas' success in album sales; his latest debuted at No.
See full article at Huffington Post » admits to copyright infringement on his song 'Let Go'

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If's new song with Chris Brown, "Let Go," sounds familiar, it's because it is. admits to copyright infringement on Arty and Mat Zo's track "Rebound" after getting chewed out by Arty on Twitter.

"Arty is a dope producer so I wrote this song to 'Rebound' this last year," tells Kiss FM. "I got in touch with Arty and showed it to him, did a different version to it because I asked him [to] make it newer, because I don't just want to take your song and rap over it. But in a year's time, time's gone by [and] we preferred writing over and using the ginal] 'Rebound.' Something happened and the clearance ... hopefully we resolved the issue."

He adds, "I'm a fan of Arty. I think he's great and the world needs to know about how talented those guys are. It's sad that it's turned into
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This is pretty crazy ... just 'fessed up to stealing the beat behind his new song with Chris Brown ... but he insists it was an honest mistake.As we reported, house producer Arty accused Will of jacking the beat for Will's new song "Let's Go" featuring Chris Brown. According to Arty, the beat was stolen from an Arty & Mat Zo song called "Rebound."And He Was Right.Will just called in to Kiis FM, admitting
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Singer was accused of stealing Arty and Mat Zo's song "Rebound" for his own track with Chris Brown, "Let's Go."

The Black Eyed Peas member remained quiet on the subject (as Arty went on a tear on Twitter), but has since broken his silence. "Arty is a dope producer so I wrote this song to 'Rebound' this last year," said in an interview with Kiss FM (via Digital Spy), admitting that he used the song in question as the foundation for "Let's Go."

"I got in touch with Arty and showed it to him, did a different version to it 'cause I asked him [to] make it newer 'cause I don't just wanna take your song and rap over it," he said. "But in a year's time, time's gone by [and] we preferred writing over and using the ginal] rebound. Something happened and the clearance ... hopefully we resolved the issue.
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  • TMZ may be forced to say ... a rip off artist ... at least if a record producer has his way.The Black Eyed Pea has been called out by house producer Arty, who claims's "Let's Go" is a blatant ripoff of his dance track "Rebound," produced with Mat Zo.Will's track features Chris Brown and will be part of his upcoming album #Thatpower ... Chris has lashed out at Arty and Mat, tweeting,
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Flashback To 1996: 'A Thin Line Between Love & Hate' (Martin Lawrence's Magnum Opus?)

Has Martin Lawrence given us his best work yet? The 47-year old has more than 25 films on his resume; but I'm not concerned with all 25, instead those few films in which Lawrence Stars, and that depend almost entirely on the success of his performance. So, films like the Bad Boys franchise don't count, because he's partnered up with an even bigger star in Will Smith, in films directed by a mega director/producer in Michael Bay, also a star in his own right. I'd also dismiss films in which he's part of an ensemble cast like Boomerang for example.  I'm talking about films like the Big Momma's House series, Black KnightRebound, and a few...
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March Preview (Part 2): 'Hunger Games,' 'Wrath of the Titans,' 'Mirror Mirror' & More

<< continued from "March Preview (Part 1): 'John Carter,' 'Lorax,' '21 Jump Street' & More"While the first few weeks of March bring potential hits like The Lorax, John Carter and 21 Jump Street, the most anticipated movie of the month doesn't reach theaters until March 23. The Hunger Games is easily the most-anticipated book-to-movie adaptation since Twilight, and it's possible that it has even more box office potential than the extraordinarily popular teen vampire series. Similar to Twilight, The Hunger Games is based on the first in a series of young adult novels that features a female protagonist entangled in a love triangle. While the romance is the main focus of the Twilight series, though, in The Hunger Games it's merely a component of a broader story that centers around teens fighting to the death in the post-apocalyptic equivalent of Survivor. As a result, the movie should have much more
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Set Visit: The Change-Up - Part 1

To be perfectly honest with you, when I first heard about the upcoming Universal Pictures comedy The Change-Up, I was rather skeptical, even with some A-list talent attached in front of and behind the camera. It's a body-switching movie, which evoked 1980s memories of movies such as Like Father, Like Son, Vice Versa, and even Big, to a certain extent. It's a genre we haven't seen explored in years, with the last prominent example being the Disney remake Freaky Friday, which launched Lindsay Lohan into the stratosphere of stardom. The folks at Universal Pictures invited me to the set of The Change-Up back in January of this year, and, despite my initial trepidations about the movie, which opens in theaters nationwide on August 5, I was sold on the comedy after leaving the set.

For those who might not be familiar with The Change-Up, or who haven't seen the trailer (or
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13 Prolific Screenwriters Whose Faces You'd Never Recognize (Or Why Screenwriters Don't Appear on Camera) | A Pictorial

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With the amount of trade news we write, there are certain screenwriters that we tend to see frequently -- on some days, it feels like every Hollywood studio project is being divided up among 15 men (there are sadly no women on this list; the few notable female screenwriters tend to be better known as directors, and I've excluded those known more for their directing work, as they are more recognizable).

Truth is, I had no idea what most of these guys looked like until I compiled this list. Most people who follow the industry probably know what John August looks like (the guy behind a lot of Tim Burton's films) and maybe William Monahan, but few would recognize many of those behind the movies that pollute our multiplexes look like.

So, for the curious among you, here are 13 currently prolific screenwriters whose faces you've probably never seen, but whose
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Flashback To 1996 – “A Thin Line Between Love & Hate” (Martin Lawrence’s Magnum Opus??)

Humor me for a few minutes, why don’tcha…

Has Martin Lawrence given us his best work yet? The 44-year old has more than 25 films on his resume; but I’m not concerned with all 25; rather with those few films in which Lawrence stars, and that depend almost entirely on the success of his performance. So, the Bad Boys franchise doesn’t count, because he’s partnered up with an even bigger star in Will Smith, in films directed by a mega director/producer in Michael Bay, also a star in his own right.

I’m talking about films like the Big Momma’s House series, Black Knight, Rebound, and a few others. I’ll throw A Thin Line Between Love And Hate to that list – a film that I only recently found out, while re-watching it over the weekend, Martin also wrote and directed! I had no idea he’d helmed any projects.
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Blog Trends from My Bunk 01/11/10

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I seem to recall that when the Producers Guild nominations were announced recently there was a lot of excited noise around the web regarding the representation of science fiction films in the Best Picture category. Some people spouted frustration, still, that Moon wasn't one of the nominees along with Star Trek, Avatar and District 9, but you just can't please everyone.

Yet today, with announcement of the Writers Guild nominations, nobody seems at all satisfied with the choices for either the original or adapted screenplay categories. Why? Mostly because of the inclusion of certain science fiction films, namely Star Trek and Avatar, the latter of which coincidentally has just become available online in script form (including a deleted sex scene).

But the movie receiving the most stunned reactions is The Hangover. I'll agree, the nomination does seem odd considering it's no better than tons of other comedies released each year
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How Will The Writer's Guild Feel In The Morning?

How Will The Writer's Guild Feel In The Morning?
The somewhat tainted Writers Guild of America nominees were announced today. With at least nine disqualified screenplays - 4 or 5 of which happen to be major Oscar contenders - the WGA allowed a few films to be put into the conversation while swatting down a few more noble, interesting and challenging efforts in order to make room for one of the worst comedic screenplays of 2009.

With Inglourious Basterds and Up out of the picture in the Original Screenplay category, we expected and were delivered nominations for (500) Days of Summer (by Scott Neustadter & Michael H. Weber), The Hurt Locker (by Mark Boal) and A Serious Man (by Joel Coen & Ethan Coen). Of all the impressive things the supporters of Avatar claim about the billion-dollar blockbuster, the last thing that rolls off their tongues is James Cameron's screenplay. Well now they can play the nomination card on us all as this WGA
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‘Paul Blart’ Director Helming Short Circuit Remake

Early this summer, we announced that Dimension Films was in the process of giving Johnny 5 a remake-over with a new Short Circuit film. They just about had all of the pre-production people in place to make it happen; all they needed was a director. Dan Milano (Greg the Bunny) was putting together the script; David Foster, who produced the original, was returning to produce the remake and joining him were Ryan E. Heppe and John Hyde. So where did Dimension Films go to find a director? Where everyone else goes when they need to find something, of course - the mall.

Steve Carr, who directed 2009 surprise hit Paul Blart: Mall Cop, has been chosen to direct the Short Circuit remake and that just means one thing - a embarrassingly, unfunny actor will surely be cast as the male lead. What brings me to that conclusion? I’m glad you asked…
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Paul Blart Director Steve Carr Hired for the Short Circuit Remake

This right here, this is when we know this movie is going to suck. Say what you will, but there's no giving Steve Carr the benefit of the doubt on this one. Besides directing the pile of crap known as Paul Blart: Mall Cop, his other credits include Are We Done Yet?, Rebound, Daddy Day Care, Dr. Dolittle 2, and Next Friday. Sure, the script, written by "Robot Chicken" writer Dan Milano, might not be that bad, but Carr is going to screw it up. This Short Circuit remake is going to go onto his filmography right there along with the others as yet another piece of crap. This finally confirms what we knew all along - this remake will suck! Variety says that "the remake is a robot reboot that brings the iconic Johnny 5 into the 21st century." Built by the military to be a highly sophisticated weapon, Johnny
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Steve Carr To Direct Short Circuit

Good news, everyone – Steve Carr, director of those comedic colossi, Paul Blart: Mall Cop, Daddy Day Care, Rebound and Dr. Dolittle 2, will next focus his considerable talents on the much-needed and eagerly-anticipated remake of Short Circuit. Yay and, if you have the time, woo.The John Badham-directed original, which seems to assumed cult classic status over the years despite not being very good, was about a robot named Johnny 5 who is imbued with sentience by a rogue lightning bolt. On the run from the military, Johnny 5 bonds with Ally Sheedy, and hilarious adventures are had by all.The Carr-directed remake retains essentially the same premise, although this time – for added emotional impact – Johnny 5 will bond with a lonely young boy. Christ almighty.To say our expectations for this movie have plummeted seems a little harsh. After all, they weren’t that high to begin with. And it could
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