Spies

USA Networks is not afraid to give out the freebies to reward fans for watching their shows or to get you interested in tuning into them. Their newest series, Covert Affairs, is doing well, probably because it features the smoking hot Piper Perabo has an ass-kicking female intelligence officer. Also on the docket is White Collar, which judging by its Comic Con response is doing quite well for the ladies, probably because it features the smoking hot (so I’ve been told) Tim DeKay. Word is Matthew Bomer isn’t a slouch either, with his model good looks. Pfft. So to celebrate the success of these shows, USA Networks have given us two prize packs for each show to pass on to you. Bust out your multiplication chart, put one finger on 2 and the other on 2, bring them together and that is four (4) prize packs that we’re going to pass on to you. Sound good? I know.

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In case you were wondering where all those spy film elements come from, it’s this film – the Grandfather of Modern Spy Thrillers. James Bond owes Fritz Lang his life.

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The production house is promising a look into a world of spies that has yet to be uncovered by film.

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Practical action from the man who brought us Patriot Games. The first trailer for Salt is surprisingly impressive.

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Don’t you wish you’d created the most well-known spy in history? Then James McAvoy could play you in a movie!

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CaranoSoderberghKnockout

With two down, Soderbergh is soldiering through after Moneyball fell through. Staying inside the world of espionage, it looks like he may have a gorgeous, talented MMA star by his side for Knockout.

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Summit options The Secret Life of Houdini

Summit has optioned “The Secret Life of Houdini” and plans to bring the historical figure to the big screen fictional style, complete with whip and fedora.

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Tom Cruise is in talks for Mission Impossible 4

The Kurt Wimmer scripted spy thriller Edwin A. Salt may star Cruise as the titular CIA Agent who is accused of being a Russian sleeper agent. He would then, of course, put heel to asphalt and high tail it away from his pursuers while trying to clear his good name.

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