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  1. Olivia Wilde and Garrett Hedlund Officially Getting Back on the Grid for Disney’s Tron 3

    Flynn lives?

    According to The Hollywood Reporter, Olivia Wilde and Garrett Hedlund are gearing up to reprise their Tron: Legacy roles for a new Tron film set to begin shooting this fall in Vancouver. (Not Tronronto, sadly.)

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  2. Watch the First Trailer For Pan, aka the Most Racist Of Recent Peter Pan Projects

    Clap if you are so sick of this shit.

    Joe Wright's Pan follows the grand tradition of live-action films revealing a "new side" of familiar characters from the J.M. Barrie tale. In established Neverland custom, it also features horribly racist whitewashing: Rooney Mara plays Tiger Lily. It’s 2014, Joe Wright. At this point the only “untold” Peter Pan story is the non-racist one.

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  3. Marvel and Warner Bros. Continue to Square Off With Release Dates

    May the Odds Be Ever in Your Favor

    It seems that Marvel and Warner Bros. will be even more actively squaring off in theaters in 2015 and 2016 as they are increasingly setting their release dates on the same day.  Whether or not this is a good move for either studio remains to be seen, but they certainly have committed to it.  Marvel just moved Ant-Man's release date up two weeks to July 17th, 2015, which you may recognize as the previous release date of Batman vs. Superman before it was moved to 2016.  The Batman vs. Superman movie, of course, is  now being released on the same date as an untitled Marvel movie.  And this new release date for Ant-Man means that it will be going up against WB's as-yet-untitled Peter Pan film.

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  4. Warner Bros.’ Peter Pan Origin Story Going For a Young, Sexy Hook

    Things to Do With Your Kids

    Garrett Hedlund's quite the looker, but no one's taking the "sexiest Hook" mantle from Jason Isaacs. Mrrrow.

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  5. Daenerys Targaryan Might Play Sarah Connor In The Terminator Reboot


    We're just going to pretend those are a bunch of Terminators standing behind Emilia Clarke, ready to do her bidding. Read on to find out which other actresses are testing for Sarah Connor as well as which actor from The Dark Knight Rises director Alan Taylor would like for John Connor.

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  6. Tron 3 Has Found A Writer But Will It Have An Audience?

    Thank You?

    I remember seeing preview footage of Tron: Legacy at San Diego Comic-Con and being pretty impressed. The 3D actually made sense and they seemed to have a good handle on a story that would do the original film justice. When I saw the full movie I thought it was good, not great, and didn't expect them to make any more. While the idea was bounced around for a while, it looks like it's finally gaining momentum.

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  7. Jennifer Lawrence Almost Passed On The Hunger Games & Why Another Actor Actually Did

    Real Or Not Real?

    The amount of "what ifs" in Hollywood is probably staggering but can you imagine if Jennifer Lawrence said no to The Hunger Games? But we don't have to and we have Lawrence's mom to thank for that. Now if only another actor had sought out advice from dear old mom before passing on Catching Fire... 

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  8. One Of These Men Might Be Finnick Odair In Catching Fire

    Real Or Not Real?

    We're sorry to do this to you again. A lot of names have been thrown around for the role of Finnick Odair in The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, and the District 4 tribute just might be the most anticipated new cast member in the entire film, but do we finally have the answer? Both of these men, Tony Shalhoub and Sam Claflin, are being courted for the Lionsgate film. Hit the jump to find out who they could be playing.

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  9. The Hunger Games: Catching Fire Producers Tell Us All To Calm Down About Non-Existent Casting

    Real Or Not Real?

    The producers of The Hunger Games: Catching Fire would like us all to take a deep breathe and calm the hell down. At least when it comes to these casting "announcements" we've been seeing. You can still be totally out of your mind excited for the movie itself. 

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  10. Armie Hammer and Garrett Hedlund on the Short List to Play Finnick in Catching Fire

    May the Odds Be Ever in Your Favor

    May the casting speculation begin for the sequel to The Hunger Games! Lionsgate has an official short list out for the strapping lads who are up for the role of Finnick Odair, a fellow victor who appears not just in Catching Fire, but also in Mockingjay (which may or may not be split into two movies). And the not-Robert Pattinsons on that list: Garrett Hedlund (Tron: Legacy) and Armie Hammer (The Social Network). Earlier this week, Taylor Kitsch (John Carter, Battleship) was reportedly on this list, too. And I think it's safe to say that Hollywood is now allergic to him.

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  11. The Akira Remake Is On Hold

    Nope. Still Not Happening.

    We've been bringing you very interesting movie news all day today, and the afternoon hours have not disappointed us. Why? Because production on the much-maligned whitewashed remake of Akira has been put on hold. While the higher-ups reconsider the budget (and try to cut $20 million out of it), production offices in Vancouver are sending their employees home and being told to "stop working." Is it the end? Maybe not. But is the universe trying to send some sort of signal to Warner Bros.? We'd like to think so.

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  12. Take A Deep Breath Everyone: Akira‘s Been Greenlit Again

    And So It Begins

    According to Variety, the long suffering and controversial-before-even-finishing-the-casting-process remake of Katsuhiro Otomo's animated adaptation of his epic manga Akira, is back on track at Warner Bros. On the one hand, Otomo himself is one of the movie's executive producers. On the other, Variety says that Garrett Hedlund, of Tron and Troy fame, is a front runner for either Tetsuo or Kaneda. Many fans were incensed last time around at Warner Bros. apparent willingness to ignore Akira's origin as a distinctly Japanese work of art with a distinctly Japanese setting, an excellent opportunity to bring some diversity to American cinema by casting Japanese, or at the very least Asian actors in the movie's lead roles.

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