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News Shorts: April 12th 2012

A bunch of new shots from Moonrise Kingdom, Piranha 3Dd, Men in Black 3, and The Hulk gracing the cover of Muscle and Fitness magazine.

There's also set photos of Rooney Mara filming Bitter Pill, Woody Harrelson shooting Now You See Me, Paul Rudd at work on Lucky Dog, and more shots of Dwayne Johnson shooting Pain and Gain.

Posters for The Host, Take this Waltz, The Magic of Belle Isle, Safety Not Guaranteed, and a Spanish teaser poster for Django Unchained.

Concept art from NBC's Munsters reboot Mockingbird Lane.

"Fox Searchlight Pictures and Montecito Pictures have changed the title of their upcoming Anthony Hopkins and Helen Mirren-led film about the making of "Psycho" from the original long form title "Alfred Hitchcock and the Making of Psycho" to simply "Hitchcock". Shooting kicks off tomorrow in Los Angeles…" (full details)

"Interest in Marvel's "The Avengers" is high, now the first figures
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GoDigital Acquires Katherine Heigl Pic Called ‘Lowest Grossing Film Ever” With $30 Gross

GoDigital Acquires Katherine Heigl Pic Called ‘Lowest Grossing Film Ever” With $30 Gross
GoDigital has acquired the U.S. digital rights to the indie thriller Zyzzyx Road, which stars Katherine Heigl, Tom Sizemore and Leo Grillo. The purchaser is embracing the fact that the film has been called the lowest grossing film of all time, after it was shown for seven days at a small theater in Dallas, Texas to fulfill the U.S. release obligation required by the Screen Actors Guild for low-budget films. Total gross? $30. “The film’s DVD run in the worldwide market has been successful, and we are excited to finally move into Us households. We know a lot of consumers are out there waiting, and pairing up with GoDigital on this was an easy decision,” said Grillo, who’s executive producer. “We love the story behind this film and are thrilled to be part of what we believe will be a happy ending, I am confident it will
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Can You Intentionally Make a Cult Film?

Last weekend, a film called The Worst Movie Ever! (complete with an exclamation mark in the title) played two midnight showings at the Laemmle Sunset 5 in Los Angeles and made only $11. That means that one person attended only one of the screenings, which means that if the filmmaker’s mother came out to support him, he wasn’t there to hold her hand. It’s difficult to say with certainty, but the whole thing seems fishy. If you were four-walling your own movie, wouldn’t you want to be there? Wouldn’t the actors and people who worked on the thing show up for support even if it meant paying for their own ticket? Is it just blind luck that advertising brought in only one person interested in seeing it (thus making it the lowest-grossing opening weekend ever)? For any other movie, these questions might not even pop up. When the infamous Zyzzyx Road scored $20 during its
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