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Will a star from Mission Impossible 3 visit a galaxy far, far away in Star Wars: Episode VII?

Ever since STAR WARS: EPISODE VII was officially announced there have been a lot of rumors about casting, especially involving original cast members Harrison Ford , Carrie Fisher and Mark Hamill . But there hasn't been any solid news on which actors will be joining the franchise for the first time until now. A source for Latino-Review has told the website that an actor that...

TV Trailer Trio: Dracula, Almost Human, and Sleepy Hollow show some real promise

As the networks rally their new line-ups for the 2013-2014 TV season, we're now getting a peek at some of the projects they've had in development, many of which will be replacing those that didn't make the cut (such as the Beverly Hills Cop TV show, which was not picked up). Today, Fox unveiled a slew of new trailers for some of their upcoming shows, two of which show quite a bit of promise....

New trailer and posters for The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones looks like Buffy The Demon Slayer

A few days ago I thumbed through one of the books in THE MORTAL INSTRUMENTS series at the grocery store and couldn't get past a lot of the dialogue.  It just wasn't for me and obviously so, as the series is a new staple in the Young Adults genre, which has seen the biggest boost in its existence with the TWILIGHT books.  Since the massive success of that series, Hollywood has...

Trailer and poster for the YA adaptation of The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones, starring Lily Collins

The competition for the next big Young Adult novel adaptation is going to war in 2013 as the TWILIGHT saga comes to a close this week, leaving a big, gaping hole for some teenage fantasy films to be filled.  One of those contenders is the adaptation of THE MORTAL INSTRUMENTS: CITY OF BONES, starring Lily Collins, Lena Headey, Jonathan Rhys-Meyers, and Jared Harris.  It doesn't...

Would you be interested in watching a fourth cut of Alexander from Oliver Stone?

In an interesting meeting of artistry and commercialism, Warner Bros. has asked director Oliver Stone to return to his 2004 ancient epic ALEXANDER and do a new cut of the film.  Which, in case you're keeping score, marks the fourth version of the film to which audiences will have access. After the initial release of the film was much-maligned by most critics and fans alike, the...