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For your consideration — our favorite movies from the last few years:

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You Wouldn’t Like Edward Norton When He’s Angry


wasn’t exactly sure how a few speed bumps in the creative process over at Marvel’s The Incredible Hulk turned into an all-out, shotgun wielding feud between star Edward Norton and the studio heads when I first read about it. Turns out, it was the media’s fault.

‘Antichrist’ to be Shot in Germany


I realize that most of you that read this site will assume that a film titled Antichrist is a Dane Cook biopic, but thankfully, it’s not.

Robert Redford, ESPN Team Up for Jackie Robinson Biopic


Robinson’s story of breaking the color barrier in major league baseball is one of the most legendary stories in this country’s history (sports or otherwise), and now that story – the story of his life – is going to be brought to the big screen with ESPN and Robert Redford producing.

Children of Men Scribe Goes Traveling Through Time Crimes


Timothy J. Sexton, who adapted Children of Men for the screen, is hard at work on the time-traveling thriller Time Crimes from this year’s Sundance Film Festival. Oh, and Logan’s Run. Wake up and smell the scifi.

David DiGilio is Damned


After acquiring the rights to ‘The Damned’ last August, Dreamworks has hired on David DiGilio to write the script.

Sundance Review: ‘Smart People’ is Vivacious and Hilarious, But Also Very ‘Smart’


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

Boys Love Mandy Lane; Studios, Not So Much


Back in August of 2006 in Toronto, director Jonathan Levine’s film All the Boys Love Mandy Lane was picked up for distribution. Flash forward to May of 2008, its supposed month of release. Will we see it? It is doubtful, at best…

Ian Fleming Was One Badass Writer


James Bond author Ian Fleming didn’t only write books, he also had his own plans on how do deal with the Nazis. Sadly, none of his plans got put into effect, but a new museum exhibit will tell you how it would have gone down.

Just What We Need: Less Vin Diesel


For whatever reason, we haven’t been covering Mathieu Kassovitz’s science fiction saga Babylon A.D. very closely on the site. Maybe it was the presence of Vin Diesel.