Diablo Cody

After years and years of talk about a fourth film or a remake treatment for The Evil Dead, Raimi and the brass have finally gone with the latter route. While I know some of you cringe at the idea of this remake, like at most of the “who cares?” weekly remake announcements, I’m sure the news of Diablo Cody reworking the script has made all of you go from cringing to sharpening your pitchforks. Not a surprise.

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What is Movie News After Dark? It’s a nightly movie news compendium that, with the release of Transformers: Dark of the Moon, will now move on to being completely obsessed with The Dark Knight Rises. It will still carry plenty of Doctor Who news, check in regularly with Michael Bay, fill space with Monty Python clips and deliver the best editorial finds around. But for the most part, it’s all TDKR from here, so strap in. With the production of The Dark Knight Rises well under way and the release of a first photo of Tom Hardy’s Bane already on the web, the next logical step is to have fans obsess over what Anne Hathaway’s Catwoman will look like. Will she be a bondage babe like Michelle Pfiefer, or turbo-swimsuit edition Halle Berry Catwoman? Neither looks like the answer. According to a tipster for Hollywood Life, the costume will look more like the original comic version made famous by the comics of artist Darwyn Cooke and Ed Brubaker. This goggled, 21st century Catwoman could fit the more practical world in which Christopher Nolan conducts his Batman stories. Anne Hathaway will also still look pretty hot, I imagine.

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At a certain point, you get a streak going and you have to keep honoring it no matter what. Usually that situation leads to making House Party VIII, but fortunately for fans, Jason Reitman’s particular streak involves hiring J.K. Simmons for his movies. Coming Soon is reporting that Simmons will be providing the voice over for Young Adult, Reitman’s next film from screenwriter Diablo Cody. The cast already includes Charlize Theron as a writer who returns to her roots to find ex-love Patrick Wilson has got a wife and children. So she stalks him. All the pieces are lining up, and it goes without saying that Simmons is a brilliant acting talent, so we’ll have to see if Young Adult continues Reitman’s other streak: getting Oscar nominations.

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As if news that Jason Reitman was re-teaming with Diablo Cody wasn’t good enough, and as if Charlize Theron joining as the star didn’t cap it off, recent word is that Josh Brolin might be following up his 19 films in 2010 by co-starring for Young Adult. In the story that focuses on Charlize Theron’s divorcee author returning to her home town (what a classic trope) to reconnect with her now-married former love, Brolin may just be the married object of her affection. As per Reitman’s contract with Hollywood, the film will be nominated for Best Picture. [Showbiz 411]

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Diablo Cody is going back. Back to high school. And this time, she’s not going to have a witty, sexy teen walking around killing all of the boys in her particular zip code…

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Kevin Carr takes a look at this week’s movie releases, including Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, The Informant! and Jennifer’s Body.

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We first meet Needy Lesnicky in a mental ward for troubled teens. She narrates the story of what led her to end up wearing a jumpsuit and bunny slippers, and it all starts with her best friend, Jennifer Check. Jennifer is played by Megan Fox which means contractually we’re first introduced to her in her underwear.

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Fat Guys at the Movies

The Fat Guys take a look at Jennifer’s Body even though Fox (that’d be the studio, not the actress) didn’t screen it for them. They also chew on Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, help Matt Damon squeal in The Informant! and avoid Love Happens like the plague.

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Remember that one time, when Megan Fox was making that movie everyone was excited about — the horror film in which she was nude and nasty and taking bites out of every boy in sight? Yeah, we do too.

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Since the sun rose into the sky today, we are obligated to put Megan Fox all over your computer screen. This time, it’s all about bite — and oddly, about school outfits as well.

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Megan Fox shows off some cleavage, begins murdering a town’s worth of boys. Sounds like fun…

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Check out the new pictures of Megan Fox and Amanda Seyfried zombiefied within.

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Another day, another story about Megan Fox. What would we do without her?

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Diablo Cody (Juno, The United States of Tara) is producing — but not writing — an adaptation of the yet-to-be-released zombie romantic comedy book “Breathers: A Zombie’s Lament” from author S.G. Browne.

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Who says we never use sensationalist headlines? Contemplate that rhetorical question while checking out this new set photo of Megan Fox from Jennifer’s Body.

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It will likely be Megan Fox’s enticing physique that draws in the crowds, but we know when all of Jennifer’s Body is coming out.

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TV News: Fringe, United States of Tara, Terminator

There is, like, tons of TV-related news happening in the wee hours of the morning, so I figured it wouldn’t hurt to get all out of the way in one article.

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We’ve been waiting for Red State for a long time. Financing may not be secure, but Smith seems intent on making it happen.

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Diablo Cody

It appears that Steven Spielberg is looking to add some hipness to some of his upcoming projects. Either that, or he digs tattoos and fancy shoes.

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Juno

Phuket, Thailand! The pop-culture phenomenon comes in a two-disc special edition that aches your belly with laughter and warms your heart.

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