‘Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them’ Is Officially A Trilogy, Starting In 2016

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Can Warner Bros. make six hours of movie out of a 42 page book? Don't you believe in magic?


‘The Stand’ Falls To ‘The Fault In Our Stars’ Director, Goes Rated-R

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Josh Boone ('The Fault In Our Stars') will reportedly adapt and direct Stephen King's 'The Stand'. We have so many questions.

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Margot Robbie And Alexander Skarsgard To Represent The Master Race In ‘Tarzan’

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Hot blondes Margot Robbie and Alexander Skarsgard to represent the master race as Tarzan and Jane in Edgar Rice Burroughs' classic eugenics parable.


‘Harry Potter’ Director David Yates Might Direct The ‘Scarface’ Reboot

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Straight out of the TOLDJA’s mouth comes the news that Universal’s Scarface reboot/gift-to-the-rap-community might finally have its director, as Nikki Finke reports that Harry Potter director David Yates is in “final talks” to retell one of Hollywood’s most celebrated gangster films.

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Tarzan to be an interracial buddy-cop movie starring Alexander Skarsgard & Samuel Jackson

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Making a Tarzan movie sounds like a horrible idea, but if you're going to do it, you might as well cast a tall, handsome, Swedish version of Ryan Gosling that loves to party like Alexander Skårsgard.


Someone’s Confused About That Doctor Who Movie, And It’s Not Just Us

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A few weeks ago David Yates (director on the last four Harry Potter films) said he was working with Jane Tranter of BBC Worldwide to bring a Doctor Who franchise to theaters which would "start from scratch".


News Of A Doctor Who Movie May Have Been Exaggerated

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You may have read Variety's news yesterday that David Yates (director on the last four Harry Potter films) was working with Jane Tranter of BBC to bring a Doctor Who franchise to theaters.


Warner Wants Ben Affleck To Direct The Stand, And We Want A Pony

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Back in August, we reported the team behind Harry Potter & The Deathly Hallows (director David Yates and screenwriter Steve Kloves) were chosen by Warner Brothers to adapt Stephen King's 1,152-page-long The Stand into a multi-film series.

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Deathly Hallows Film Team To Take On Stephen King's The Stand

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Stephen King movies typically fall into two categories: "classic films that everyone should see" and "ridiculously horrible movies that make you wish it was possible to remove the last two hours of your life.



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USA Today published the first picture from Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows Part 1, the seventh Harry Potter movie.

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