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Ridley Scott is back in the past, working on yet another epic period action film with Russell Crowe. This time, instead of going all the way back to the time of the Gladiator, Scott is taking on the story of Robin Hood.

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This week, Forbes released a rather bitch-ily worded article naming the top ten actresses that provided the best return on investment (ROI) for studios…

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Earlier today we were talking about how fat Russell Crowe was in State of Play. This evening we get a first look at Crowe as Robin Hood, in which he doesn’t look fat at all. Curious.

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Ridley Scott’s untitled Robin Hood film has started shooting with Russell Crowe and Cate Blanchett taking on the roles of Robin Hood and Maid Marion. This is the fifth collaboration between Crowe and Scott.

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Known for its fair share of minor disasters so far in filming, Nottingham scored a well-known and respected leading lady to play Maid Marian. According to the Telegraph, Cate Blanchett has joined Ridley Scott’s Nottingham playing the romantic lead to Russell Crowe’s Robin Hood/Sheriff of Nottingham.

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FSR’s resident chubby film critic Kevin Carr runs down the reviews on The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, Valkyrie, The Spirit, Marley & Me and Bedtime Stories.

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Step inside The Curious Production of Benjamin Button, with insights from the producers, actors, and writer of the Holiday Oscar contender.

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An all-star team assembled to bring The Curious Case of Benjamin Button to life, but is the film a Christmas Miracle and an Oscar Contender or an overly long excuse to look at Brad Pitt as an 80 year old manchild?

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Six new production photos. Two new one sheets. One new international trailer. Paramount is hitting us hard with new Benjamin Button promo stuff.

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Ten Actors Who Should Never Play Bond

In honor of our 7 Days of 007 feature we have decided to bring back one of our favorite old school top ten lists. This week its all about Bond, James Bond.

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By the estimation of Russia’s Communist Party, director Steven Spielberg is trying to scare your kids with Communism, pollute their minds and ultimately start up another Cold War. Silly commies…

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It looks as if Indiana Jones is a pretty big deal, even across the globe. Our friends from Japan are immortalizing our favorite whip-wielding spelunker with the cutest little figures you will ever see.

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Every day I seem to find something that reminds me that this little world of the interwebs is beautiful. Today I was hanging around on Twitter when I was directed to a very cool post by tech enthusiast and web-celeb Robert Scoble. Now, you might be wondering how the world of movies has intersected with the world of the Scobleizer, but bare with me here.

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Our good friends at Paramount Pictures have sent us over a collection of photos from Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull so that we might share them with you.

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It’s one month until Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull hits theaters, and we’re already under an invasion of billboards… including this batch of six IN A ROW on Ventura Boulevard in Los Angeles. What’s next?!

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Say what you want about Oscar politics, all these ladies have some serious game.

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This film is a dreadful bore and a gigantic, glaring disappointment.

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Check out the most anticipated trailer of the spring in high resolution…

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Director Todd Haynes certainly has a vision with his new film I’m Not There but that vision doesn’t translate well onto the screen.

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I haven’t seen the right kind of review for I’m Not There yet. While critics struggle to shove the title into the review template that made up years ago, readers and movie-goers alike are finding out that it just doesn’t fit.

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