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    Friday Box Office: ARGO Tops CLOUD ATLAS and SILENT HILL: REVELATION 3D Entering Extremely Weak Weekend | Collider

    Ok. Not the worst news, a strong Sunday and they(Cloud Atlas) finish in second...only slightly off the projections. The almost 3 Hr run time cuts down on potential showings, so that has to factor in. As long as this movie does not John Carter up the place, the back end of DVD/Netflix/Cable viewings should make this a break even affair at worst. I am sick as a dog but I plan to get out and see this tomorrow, I believe in it that much. Please...go see it.

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    'Starlog' Magazine: Crazy Movie Rumors Before The Internet

    Some of this is funny/interesting, escpecially if you're a fan of Star Wars and Star Trek.

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    I'm not sure if this has been posted in here before, but here's a link to an article by Cloud Atlas author David Mitchell about the prospect of adapting Cloud Atlas as a movie, mainly focusing on the nature of adapting a novel to a feature film in general:

    David Mitchell on the Film Adaptation of Cloud Atlas | Word Craft -

    FWIW, I think Mitchell is wrong about the adaptability of the structure of his own book into a feature film.

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    Frightening description of Wizard of Oz greatest synopsis ever | Blastr

    Before we had the Internet to tell us everything we need to know about, well, everything—there was this neat little thing called print media. It often included basic TV listings, along with synopses of the movies and programs coming up for the day or week. And sometimes those synopses were absolutely hilarious (and kind of morbid).

    A 1998 synopsis for The Wizard of Oz, which reportedly ran in the Philadelphia Inquirer, takes a very unique tack to describe the classic tale of a young girl transported to a fantastical land.

    You just have to see it for yourself:

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    Ghost In The Shell’s Mamoru Oshii Making English-Language Sci-Fi War Movie | Bleeding Cool Comic Book, Movies and TV News and Rumors

    Taking place in a world of war known as Annwn, Garm Wars sets the scene with clone soldiers from 3 military tribes, in a bloody and perpetual battle of air, land and technology. One clone, Khara, finds herself separated from battle and on the run with unlikely companions. In seeking to know more about their joint existence, the fugitives instead find an unrelenting truth and the greatest battle of their lives.

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    Learn What Warner Bros.’ Proposed TWILIGHT ZONE Movie Is About!!
    Ain't It Cool News: The best in movie, TV, DVD, and comic book news.

    There’s long been a new “Twilight Zone” feature in development at Warner Bros., but this is the first I’ve heard about it’s about.

    Buried toward the end of a Vulture story about upcoming time-travel movie projects, there was this:

    Warner Bros. is developing The Twilight Zone (based on the venerated Rod Serling sci-fi TV series that also sparked a 1983 film), that until recently was to be directed Matt Reeves (Cloverfield). It follows a test pilot who winds up breaking the speed of light; when he puts down his craft, he discovers that he’s landed a bit late for supper — 96 years late.

    That sounds a little like the Feb. 5, 1960 episode “The Last Flight,” the first “Twilight Zone” scripted by Richard Matheson. It followed a British biplane pilot fighting World War I in 1917 who finds himself passing through a strange cloud and ending up on an American air base in 1959.
    Interesting that they would choose to go with a single story and not an anthology. I wonder if they will forgo the Serling like opening/closing making this basically just a use of the brand name. Curious.

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    David Yates to Ape-dapt TARZAN For Warner Bros. |

    After lording over the Harry Potter series for four films, director David Yates is skewing old-school for his next literary adaptation: Edgar Rice Burroughs’ Tarzan. Vulture confirms the director is locked in at Warner Brothers for a deal that’ll see him bring the “Lord of the Apes” back to the big screen once again. And the director reportedly wants a name actor as well; in the realm of a Henry Cavill, Charlie Hunnam, Alexander Skarsgård or Tom Hardy. It sounds like Yates is trying to get meetings with all these names, though the studio has their heart set on Hardy at this point.

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