Mischa Barton

Robert De Niro

What is Casting Couch? News about actors finding ways to get paid. Today we’ve got word about a new job for that girl who cut up her face in Evil Dead as well as a possible comeback for Mischa Barton. Perhaps you’ve heard of an actor named Robert De Niro. He’s the funny old guy in all of those Meet the Fockers movies. Ring a bell? Well, Deadline is reporting that he’s just signed on to appear in a boxing biopic called Hands of Stone that will focus on Roberto Duran and his rivalry with Sugar Ray Leonard as well as his relationship with his trainer, Ray Arcel (De Niro). Édgar Ramirez (Wrath of the Titans) is also on board the film in the Duran role, but there has yet to be any word on who might end up playing Sugar Ray Leonard. Didn’t I just read the Wesley Snipes got out of jail a couple of days ago? Is he old now?

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It is incredibly difficult to continue to gush over a movie that I reviewed back in January 2008, but I’m going to give it a shot. Why? Because this movie is worth it.

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Coming soon to DVD, Walled In follows the story of flat, emotionless blocks. Also, there is a concrete building.

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Reece Thompson and Mischa Barton in Assassination of a High School President

One of my own personal favorites from this year’s Sundance film festival — the one where Mischa Barton shows off her assets — is getting a theatrical release.

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Director Brett Simon’s noir-based high school comedy, the fusion of Chinatown and a John Hughes movie, brings the house down in Austin.

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Check out five new clips from one of Sundance ’08′s best films!

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Director Brett Simon and a talented cast deliver a vision of a John Hughes-style noir flick that is smart, sexy and thoroughly entertaining.

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Here is something of a late Christmas gift for our gentleman readers out there — of whom there are many.

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