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Dane Cook Tapped To Voice Dusty In Disney's Planes Dane Cook Tapped To Voice Dusty In Disney's Planes
BURBANK, Calif. (February 28, 2013) - Dane Cook has been tapped to voice the lead character Dusty, a plane with high hopes in "Disney's Planes." Inspired by the world of "Cars" and directed by Disneytoon Studios veteran and aviation enthusiast Klay Hall (...
02/28/2013 3:05 PM EST  | Read More

Man of Steel Ready to Hit Cinemas in June Man of Steel Ready to Hit Cinemas in June
Word on the street is that the upcoming film, "Man of Steel" is done.The Superman reboot, which is due out on June 14, is said to have only the 3D post-conversion work left, which is currently taking place.  According to Joblo, there is a bullet list of things...
02/28/2013 11:43 AM EST  | Read More

CW's Cult Moved to Fridays CW's Cult Moved to Fridays
The CW will be moving its drama, "Cult" to Friday nights after disappointing ratings.  The show currently airs on Tuesdays at 9pm, and now repeats, beginning with "Beauty and the Beast", will air in its place.  "Cult" had debuted with...
02/28/2013 11:16 AM EST  | Read More

Archer Renewed for Fifth Season on FX Archer Renewed for Fifth Season on FX
"Archer" the animated FX series, has been renewed for a fifth season. The news was announced today by Nick Grad, Executive Vice President of Original Programming and Development for FX."Archer is one the very best comedy series on television," said Grad....
02/27/2013 5:04 PM EST  | Read More

Guillermo del Toro to Pitch Dark Universe Project to Warner Bros. Guillermo del Toro to Pitch Dark Universe Project to Warner Bros.
Guillermo del Toro announced that he will be pitching a "Dark Universe" project to Warner Bros. del Toro, along with another writer, whom he won't reveal yet, will be doing the project together.  The film will be an "Avengers" style film, with va...
02/27/2013 2:25 PM EST  | Read More

Oscar Nominated No Available for Two Week Window Via iTunes and Curzon On Demand Oscar Nominated No Available for Two Week Window Via iTunes an...
NO, the first essential arthouse film of 2013, will be available to view for a limited time on iTunes and Curzon On Demand from 8 March 2013. Off the back of the successful theatrical release, NO will be made available to rent on iTunes for an exclusive 2-week window. This m...
02/27/2013 2:11 PM EST  | Read More

Femme Fatale Catherine Annette Offers A Noir-esque Spin On Femme Fatales Femme Fatale Catherine Annette Offers A Noir-esque Spin On Fem...
I've previously written about the fantastic experience of filming FlickDirect's Chris Rebholz interviewing the cast of Femme Fatales at Comic-Con 2012. Offered the opportunity to follow up following the season 1 DVD release, also reviewed by...
02/26/2013 10:11 AM EST  | Read More

Captain America: Winter Soldier Will be a Political Thriller Captain America: Winter Soldier Will be a Political Thriller
"Captain America: The Winter Soldier" is said to be a more politically toned than the first film in the franchise, according to Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige. The previous film had more of a historical fantasy feel to it, according to Feige.When asked about...
02/25/2013 4:38 PM EST  | Read More

Spartacus: War of The Damned, Compelling, Worthy For Newcomers Spartacus: War of The Damned, Compelling, Worthy For Newcomers
When last we left Spartacus and his merry horde, they had seized a Roman city, taken hostages and taken in more wayward refugees. Those were the good things that happened, the bad pretty much falls into those three points. Staying in the city has allowed the soldiers to beco...
02/25/2013 3:32 PM EST  | Read More

Matthew Vaughn Signs Up For Fantastic Four Reboot Matthew Vaughn Signs Up For Fantastic Four Reboot
Matthew Vaughn,  who directed "X-Men: First Class", has signed on to produce the upcoming "Fantastic Four" reboot. marvel's mark Millar announced the news via Twitter in Friday. Josh Trank (Chronicle) is attached to direct the film, which is...
02/25/2013 12:26 PM EST  | Read More