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Parents Love Nostalgia

Written by Cole the Kid Critic    Monday, 14 June 2010 11:11   
The Karate Kid has finally given a bright spot to the dull box office. The Karate Kid made an estimated $56 million with many parents bringing their children along to see the remake of the 80's classic. The A-Team made a humble $26 million while competing with Karate Kid. Meanwhile, Shrek Forever After fell from the top spot to number three with $15.8 million. Prince of Persia and Marmaduke both made around $6 million and Iron Man 2 with $4.5 million.

Supermodel Gemma Ward to Swim in PIRATES 4

Written by Tara the Mom    Monday, 14 June 2010 06:37   

Model Gemma Ward (The Stranges) will be showing us her fins in Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides. She'll take a small speaking role as a mermaid. Pirates 4 is currently filming in Hawaii.



Who Else But Angelina Jolie Could Play CLEOPATRA?

Written by Tara the Mom    Monday, 14 June 2010 06:29   

Angelina Jolie already has shown she looks great in a toga (okay, she looks great in everything) in Alexander the Great, now she's in talks to portray the raven-haired, thick eyeliner-wearing queen of the Nile, Cleopatra. Uberproducer Scott Rudin has reportedly secured the rights to the upcoming biography "Cleopatra: A Life" as a starring vehicle for Jolie. There are also hopes Jolie's baby daddy Brad Pitt will star as Marc Antony. If this were to be the case, it would be a replication of the last Cleopatra tentpole that starred Elizabeth Taylor and her hubby Richard Burton...the most expensive movie at the time.

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John Woo/Michelle Yeoh Martial Arts Flick to Play in US

Written by Tara the Mom    Monday, 14 June 2010 05:53   

The John Woo-produced martial arts flick Reign of Assassins will get a U.S. release thanks to The Weinstein Company. The story is about an assassin (Michelle Yeoh) who falls for the son of a man killed by her gang.

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Written by Tara the Mom    Monday, 14 June 2010 05:45   

Warner Brothers had hoped Clash of the Titans could become a franchise, making sure Sam Worthington signed onto an option where he'd return if there were multiple pictures. The nearly $500 million worldwide take at the box office is more than enough to convince Warners to go forward with Clash of the Titans 2. Director Louis Leterrier will not be returning. Two writers have been hired to write the screenplay: David Leslie Johnson (Orphan) and Dan Mazeau (The Flash; Jonny Quest). Producer Basil Iwanyk will resume producing duties.

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