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Gersh Agent David Kopple Heads To CAA, Does Spidey Helmer Marc Webb Follow?

14 October 2010 6:03 PM, PDT | Deadline | See recent Deadline news »

Exclusive: Lit agent David Kopple is leaving Gersh to join CAA, I'm told. Kopple's list includes Marc Webb, the (500) Days of Summer director who's currently helming the 3D Spider-Man reboot for Sony Pictures Entertainment. Kopple also repped Dan Mazeau, Jose Padilha, Will McCormack and a host of other writers and directors. CAA wouldn't comment on his pending appointment or which clients will join him. »


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Joseph Gordon-Levitt eyeing roles in two action thrillers

3 May 2010 5:00 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Joseph Gordon-Levitt, who last starred as a lovelorn man in "(500) Days of Summer," is taking a turn into action territory.

The actor is in final negotiations to star in "Premium Rush," a Columbia chase thriller being directed by David Koepp. He also is in talks to topline "Looper," a sci-fi thriller that will reteam him with "Brick" director Rian Johnson.

"Rush" sees Gordon-Levitt as a New York bike messenger who picks up an envelope at Columbia University, only to be chased throughout the city by a dirty cop desperate to get his hands on it. »

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Precious Night For Sidibe, Mo'nique And Bridges At Independent Spirits

5 March 2010 10:26 PM, PST | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Academy Award nominees Jeff Bridges, Mo'nique, Gabourey Sidibe and Woody Harrelson got their Oscars weekend off to a great start in Los Angeles on Friday night by picking up top acting prizes at the 25th annual Independent Spirit Awards.

Mo'Nique and Sidibe's Precious was the night's big winner, claiming five honours - including Best Feature.

Bridges' Crazy Heart and the Coen Brothers' A Serious Man were double winners and other major awards were shared by The Messenger, (500) Days of Summer and Anvil! The Story of Anvil.

Highlights of the night included Bridges' performance of Falling & Flying from Crazy Heart with songwriters Ryan Bingham and T-Bone Burnett and heavy rockers Anvil's live rendition of Metal on Metal.

The winners are:

Best Supporting Male - Woody Harrelson (The Messenger)

Best First Feature - Crazy Heart (Scott Cooper)

Best First Screenplay - Precious (Geoffrey Fletcher)

Best Supporting Female - Mo'Nique (Precious)

Best Cinematography - A Serious Man (Roger Deakins)

John Cassavetes Award - Humpday (writer/director: Lynn Shelton)

Robert Altman Award - A Serious Man

Someone to Watch Award - Kyle Patrick Alvarez (director or Easier With Practice)

Piaget Producers Award - Karin Chien

Truer Than Fiction Award - Bill & Turner Ross (directors of 45365)

Best Screenplay - (500) Days of Summer (Scott Neustadter & Michael H. Weber)

Best Documentary - Anvil! The Story of Anvil

Best Foreign Film - An Education (U.K./France)

Best Female Lead - Gabourey Sidibe (Precious)

Best Male Lead - Jeff Bridges (Crazy Heart)

Best Director - Lee Daniels (Precious)

Best Feature - Precious »

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'Hangover,' 'Up,' 'Locker' top Ace honors

14 February 2010 10:00 AM, PST | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

The editors of "The Hurt Locker," "The Hangover" and "Up" won feature film competitions Sunday at the 60th annual American Cinema Editors Eddie Awards at the Beverly Hilton.

"The Hurt Locker" editors, husband-and-wife team Bob Murawski and Chris Innis, earned the trophy for a dramatic film, topping a category that included "Avatar," "District 9," "Star Trek" and "Up in the Air."

"It's a great way to spend Valentine's Day, to win an award with my wife," Murawski said onstage, adding with a smile, "she did most of the work."

"The Hangover" editor Debra Neil-Fisher, Ace, topped the category for comedy or musical, which included nominees "500 Days of Summer," "Julie & Julia," "A Serious Man" and "It's Complicated."

  Editor Kevin Nolting earned the award for best edited animated feature for "Up," leading a group that included "Coraline" and "Fantastic Mr. Fox." Additionally, "The Cove" editor Geoffrey Richman won best edited documentary, a »

- By Carolyn Giardina

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The Oscar Nomination Snubbing Of '(500) Days Of Summer'

2 February 2010 10:30 AM, PST | MTV Movies Blog | See recent MTV Movies Blog news »

From Hollywood Crush: It was a pleasant surprise to wake up this morning and find that the Oscar nominations weren't a complete and total disaster. Sure, opening the best picture slot up to 10 nominees came a year too late (we will always mourn "The Dark Knight" getting shafted), but still, films like "An Education," "District 9" and "Up" were able to get the recognition they wouldn't typically receive but definitely deserve. And then there's "The Blind Side" getting a Best Picture nod, but we'll talk about that later.

There were, however, a few pleasant surprises in the mix. "In The Loop," the hysterical British political satire, got a nomination for Best Adapted Screenplay, Jeremy Renner received a well-deserved Best Actor nod and "The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus" earned nominations recognizing its costume design and art direction. Still, there was one break-out indie film this year we're surprised got the shaft »

- Terri Schwartz

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Sony confirms Marc Webb to direct the new 'Spider-Man'

19 January 2010 4:24 PM, PST | EW - Inside Movies | See recent EW.com - Inside Movies news »

It's official. (500) Days of Summer director Marc Webb just landed the Spider-Man gig. He's been a favorite of Sony for some time and most recently auditioned for the Moneyball gig that ultimately went to Bennett Miller. It will be interesting to see what Webb, who comes from the world of music videos, does with the revamped Spider-Man. And more importantly, who will he and Sony cast as the new Peter Parker? »

- Nicole Sperling

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'(500) Days Of Summer' Director Marc Webb Being Eyed To Helm 'Spider-Man' Reboot?

14 January 2010 8:30 AM, PST | MTV Movies Blog | See recent MTV Movies Blog news »

From Splash Page: It looks like we were relatively spot-on with our picks for a "Spider-Man" director, as three of our five suggestions are now being rumored as top contenders to bring your friendly neighborhood webslinger back to the big screen. However, one of them — "500 Days of Summer" director Marc Webb — looks to be the favorite.

According to Deadline Hollywood, Sony's current director wishlist includes Webb, James Cameron ("Avatar"), David Fincher ("Zodiac"), and Wes Anderson ("Rushmore"). The site claims that Webb has already met with producers and studio execs about the "Spider-Man" reboot, and the plan is to get the film into production this year for a 2012 release. The long production time will allow the studio to film in 3-D.

Continue reading Has 'Spider-Man' Found A Director?


- Rick Marshall

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Writers Guild Honors 'Avatar,' 'Hurt Locker'

11 January 2010 9:19 AM, PST | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

By Steve Pond

The Writers Guild of America has included "Avatar," "The Hurt Locker," "Crazy Heart," "Up in the Air" and "Precious" on the list of nominees for its feature film awards, the WGA announced on Monday.

Besides "The Hurt Locker," nominees in the original screenplay category were "(500) Days of Summer," "Avatar," "A Serious Man" and "The Hangover."

The adapted screenplay category consists of "Crazy Heart," "Julie & Julia," "Precious," "Star Trek" and "Up in the Air." »

- Steve Pond

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