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We’re Getting a Live-Action NARUTO Movie!

In a time where every studio is scrambling to adapt this and that comic book, TV, 80’s movie and board game property for a $200m four-quadrant blockbuster hit, this really shouldn’t come as a surprise to anybody – Naruto is getting his own movie over at Lionsgate. The manga was first published in 1997 and […]

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Lionsgate Sets Writer For Two-Part Finale THE HUNGER GAMES: MOCKINGJAY

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire hasn’t even begun filming yet, but Lionsgate are already making preperations for their final instalment in the lucrative franchise, Mockingjay. It was revealed a while ago that the studio were following in the steps of Twilight and Harry Potter by making their last movie a two-parter (for monetary purposes), and […]

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The Avengers Nears $600M Domestically; Brave Debuts with $66M

Despite a decidedly lukewarm response (in normal box office terms, very positive) for Pixar’s new movie, Brave, it’s certainly cleaned up at the box office. The Scottish-based Pixar movie scooped up an impressive $66M in its domestic opening weekend, (with $24.5M on Friday and $23.5M on Saturday), securing the third-best opening weekend of the year […]

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The Hunger Games To Return To IMAX Theaters

The smash-hit adaptation of the also-a-smash-hit book The Hunger Games is returning to IMAX theaters from April 27 until May 3, due to popular demand. Along with that, a brand new poster has been released. It’s not surprising really; the film is currently at $550,900,000 worldwide and has been a critical success. But I wonder […]

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BOX OFFICE: The Avengers Could Have One Of The Biggest Opening Weekends Of All Time

Pre-release tracking suggests that the highly-anticipated superhero ensemble movie The Avengers could have one of the biggest opening weekends of all time, with it possibly grossing more than $150m in it’s first weekend. The Hollywood Reporter say that the movie is ahead of The Dark Knight and The Hunger Games in terms of audience interest […]

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Shortlist Of Directors For Catching Fire Leaks

The LA Times have apparentally leaked three of the directors under consideration to helm Catching Fire, the sequel to Lionsgate’s smash hit movie The Hunger Games. It was originally thought that originaly director Gary Ross would return, but recently issued a statement saying that he had walked away. There are a total of seven directors […]

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Gary Ross Has NOT Left Catching Fire

Contrary to recent reports, it seems that The Hunger Games director Gary Ross has not withdrawn from the movie’s sequel Catching Fire. Deadline report that their sources tell them Ross has not officially left the project yet, and is away on a family vacation so cannot be reached. Along with that being somewhat false, it […]

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