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And the title of Dan Brown’s “Da Vinci Code” follow-up will be…

THE LOST SYMBOL. …not “The Solomon Key” as we had all long anticipated.  With almost 5 years of delays, a soaring amount of hype that followed shortly after The Da Vinci Code’s epidemic popularity, and the multitude of speculative books assuming “The Solomon Key” as the book’s title, it really does come as little surprise …

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Jackie Chan. Does not exist. In this dojo. Does he? NO, SENSEI!!!

For those not yet aware of the horrid news released back in November, Will Smith had announced plans to develop a reimagining of the 1980s classic “The Karate Kid” with Columbia Pictures.  Smith’s son, Jaden Smith, was confirmed for the lead role, based on the character of Daniel Laruso, while Chris Murphy would pen the …

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“Angels & Demons” Teaser Trailer and Poster Revealed

Director Ron Howard returns to the helm along with co-producers Brian Grazer and John Calley.  The screenplay was written by David Koepp and Akiva Goldsman.  “Angels & Demons” is scheduled to hit theaters May 15, 2009. Looks like Columbia Pictures is catching on to the viral marketing trend for the film.  During the teaser trailer, …

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First Set of “Angels & Demons” Pictures Surfaces

The first set of stills has been released on the film “Angels & Demons”, the anticipated prequel follow-up to the controversial Dan Brown novel-to-film adaptation, “The Da Vinci Code”, which raked in $758 million worldwide.  “Angels & Demons” continues the adventures of Harvard symbologist, Robert Langdon, who uncovers a threatening conspiracy that rests between the …

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Stephen Chow to direct and star in The Green Hornet!

This is some damn good news right here.  After months and months of tiresome speculation regarding whether actor-comedian Seth Rogen had ever managed to get a hold of king of Kung Fu Hustlers, Mr. Stephen Chow, we now have the final word on the negotiations from Columbia Pictures presidents, Doug Belgrad and Matt Tolmach.  Not …

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There’s something strange in the neighborhood. Who you gonna call?

GHOSTBUSTERS!  Now this is some exciting news here.  Initially, it was stated by original Ghostbuster member, Dan Aykroyd, that “Ghostbusters: The Video Game” was, in fact, the third chapter in the series.  Now Columbia Pictures has hired Lee Eisenberg and Gene Stupnitsky (co-executive producers of “The Office”) to write a 3rd live-action film.  Not only …

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