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Mark Romanek

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Game Of Thrones’ Richard Madden Is Your New Prince Charming

The King in the North has been demoted to Prince. Charming, that is. 

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In Which We Make A Terrible Pun

Cinderella Remake Director Too Grimm for Disney

I tend to get a little cynical when it comes to fairy tale remakes, just because they’re everywhere and I’m sick of them. But there was one I was really looking forward to: Disney’s live-action Cinderella remake, because Cate Blanchett is going to be the evil stepmother and Mark Romanek (Never Let Me Go, One Hour Photo) was going to direct, and how can I resist that?

Except now Romanek’s gone, reportedly because Disney thought his take on the material was too dark. What, was he trying to do an accurate-to-the-original-story version or something? Complete with chopped-off toes and pecked-out eyes?

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Three Up For The Role of Cinderella, Will Disney Reunite Hanna’s Saoirse Ronan & Cate Blanchett?

Earlier this week we learned the always amazing Cate Blanchett might being playing the evil stepmother in Disney’s Cinderella, aka Disney’s Untitled Cinderella Story. Today we find out three actresses who might have to run away from her crying and one of them is the star of Hanna.

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Peanut Butter and Chocolate

Cate Blanchett Possibly Going Evil in Disney’s Live-Action Cinderella Remake

I’m a bit cynical about the “edgy fairy tale” trend that keeps going around, but this new Cinderella movie Disney’s planning miiiiight just have gotten my vote of confidence. Why, you ask? Two words: Cate. Blanchett.

Nothing’s official yet, but The Wrap is reporting that Blanchett is in talks to play the evil stepmother in Disney’s “Untitled Cinderella Story.”

YES. PLEASE.

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Cautiously Optimistic

UPDATED: Joe Hill’s Locke & Key Comic Might Be Getting A Three Picture Deal

Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez’s Locke & Key comic from IDW was once developed as a television series at Fox. Unfortunately the pilot wasn’t picked up but there’s good news on the horizon. The horror series may have a new home on the big screen thanks to Star Trek’s Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci

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