Ellen Page

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The first photos for Drew Barrymore’s directorial debut — the story of girls on skates kicking the shit out of each other — have arrived.

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It pays to be the director who made the second highest grossing film of all-time. Because when you go to make another film — Batman-related or not — you could have your run of the town, should you decide to load up on quality actors.

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FSR reader Christopher M. has sent us a few photos from the set of Drew Barrymore’s directorial debut Whip It, starring Ellen Page. Check out the groovy roller derby uniforms on Zoe Bell and Kristen Wiig.

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Jimmy Fallon and Alia Shawkat

“SNL” Alum Jimmy Fallon and “Arrested Development’s” Alia Shawkat want in on the roller derby flick, Whip It!.

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Natalie Portman

The bigwigs over at the BBC should be pleased to hear that Natalie Portman, the latest big screen Anne Boleyn, has reportedly pulled out of the upcoming adaptation of Emily Bronte’s classic period novel, Wuthering Heights.

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Ellen Page

Ellen Page, star of Juno and Smart People, not to mention the upcoming Whip It, is looking to prove her acting credentials through appearing as one of the most kickass female literary icons, Jane Eyre.

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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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Great script, heartwarming story, great ensemble cast, Ellen Page… Hmm, this sounds familiar.

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Have a drink with the Smart People

I hate smart people, but I liked Smart People. It reminds me of my family, only without the intellectuals, pot smoking and acrid dysfunction. Still, getting through the characters’ problems in the film can cause you to drink a bit, and here’s some help in that matter…

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Juno

Our good friends over at Coming Soon have stumbled upon a brand new pair of deleted scenes from the upcoming Juno DVD release, which will hit the shelves of your local retailers on April 15th. The two scenes are accompanied by commentary from director Jason Reitman and screenwriter Diablo Cody.

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For those who are, like me, a fan of the Juno soundtrack, you can rejoice in the announcement that Rhino Records will be released “Juno B-Sides: Almost Adopted Songs”, a 15-track collection of songs that did not make it onto the original soundtrack.

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Juno

Earlier today, we posted a deleted scene from Juno to help get you a little more excited for the film, and as soon as we get our hands on more cool stuff from the DVD release, we will share that as well. But this is not about showing you cool stuff from the DVD, it is about hooking you up with a FREE copy that you can enjoy all to yourself. With that said, we’ve got a great new giveaway!

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Juno

On April 15th, Fox Searchlight will bring the indie sensation, four time Oscar nominated Juno to DVD retail outlets everywhere, and those of us who have been Jonesing for more Juno will finally get our just desserts. The clip below, titled “Cafe Triste” has been released by Fox Searchlight today to help build the buzz for the upcoming release.

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Smart People

What did I do on the first morning of SXSW? Scoured the internet for movie posters for your enjoyment, that’s what.

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Alison Lohman

Sam Raimi quickly finds another young actress to drag to ‘Hell’.

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Ellen Page

Ellen Page dropped out of Sam Raimi’s ‘Drag Me to Hell’ this week, but that doesn’t mean we won’t be seeing plenty of her over the next 24 months…

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Before Juno hit big time, Ellen Page was working on a very edgy Canadian indie called ‘The Tracey Fragments’. Take a look…

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

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Industry insiders seem to be saying one thing about the Best Picture race, and it rhymes with ‘Juno’…

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I’m happy to report that I won’t be getting into any fistfights with critics about Juno — at least, not with too many of them.

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