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‘The Nutcracker and The Four Realms’ Trailer: Disney’s Retelling Of A Christmas Classic
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THE NUTCRACKER AND THE FOUR REALMS

You know it’s Christmas when you start to hear that all-too-familiar Nutcracker theme. And since it’s never too early for Christmas, Disney is giving us a peek at what’s under their tree in the form of a brand new trailer for The Nutcracker and The Four Realms. The film is a big-budget retelling of the classic tale of a girl who stumbles upon a magical world of sugar plum fairies, toy soldiers, mice, and fantasy. What sort of adventure waits for Clara (Mackenzie Foy) when she enters this world and can she save it from the evil Mother Ginger (Helen Mirren)? Let’s unlock the key and see.

Check out the latest trailer as well as the new poster and images here below.

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First Trailer For Paul W.S. Anderson’s ‘The Three Musketeers’ Is Here
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The first trailer for director Paul W.S. Anderson‘s new action movie, The Three Musketeers, has been released online.

The movie certainly looks interesting — perhaps even a little too action-packed — as you might expect from an Anderson flick. You can see for yourself by checking out the trailer below; share your thoughts in the comments!

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Blu-ray Review: Robin Hood
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Robin Hood
DVD | Blu-ray
DIRECTED BY: Ridley Scott
STARRING: Russell Crowe, Cate Blanchett, Scott Grimes, Oscar Isaac, Max von Sydow, Kevin Durand, Mark Strong, Alan Doyle, Danny Huston, Mark Addy, Matthew MacFadyen
Universal Pictures
RELEASE DATE: September 21, 2010

Ever since the very first news that famed director Ridley Scott would be making a realistic and historically accurate new take on the fabled tale of Robin of Loxsley, I’ve been about as excited as you can be. Hearing that a story that I and many, many others have grown up knowing being recreated in the same vein as Scott’s Gladiator and Kingdom of Heaven is beautiful music to the ears of those with a love for epic period pieces, and Robin Hood just couldn’t come quickly enough for me.

Instead of using the traditional story — focusing on Robin and his Merry Men feuding with the interim king and the Sheriff of Nottingham as they steal from the wealthy and help the less fortunate — the filmmakers decided to go in a different path. This movie is about Robin Longstride (Russell Crowe), an archer in Richard the the Lionheart’s (Danny Huston) army in the year 1199. While off fighting the French, things take a turn for the worst and Robin and three of his fellow soldiers, Will Scarlett (Scott Grimes), Little John (Kevin Durand), and Alan A’Dale (Alan Doyle, in the musician’s film debut), decide to get out while they still can.

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First Poster For Paul W.S. Anderson’s ‘The Three Musketeers’ Is Here
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The first poster for Resident Evil and Death Race director Paul W.S. Anderson‘s The Three Musketeers has been released online by Summit Entertainment.

As you’ll be able to tell, the poster isn’t the most eventful you’ll ever see. Then again, the first poster released rarely is all that exciting. Even so, those eager to see how the movie turns out will be happy to take a little peek at the first official release.

There is a lot of concern for the movie, whether it be skepticism toward Anderson’s abilities or the dreaded 3D it will be bathed in, but it’s not all gloomy. As we’ve said, the movie presents a great cast, and they’re sure to try and help it give it a good run. That paired with the fact that some of Anderson’s films, though not heading toward an Oscar win anytime soon, can be considered a lot of fun gives us just a little bit of hope.

Be sure to head below to check out the new poster now.

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Geek Peek: First Images Of Paul W.S. Anderson’s ‘Three Musketeers’
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A few new images from the set of Paul W.S. Anderson‘s new adaptation of The Three Musketeers have shown up online.

The pictures show Mads Mikkelsen (King Arthur, Casino Royale) as Rochefort, and Percy Jackson & The Olympians: The Lightning Thief star and former Spider-Man candidate Logan Lerman as the lead, D’Artagnan. It’s not the best peek at Lerman, but as you’ll see, Mikkelsen looks pretty awesome.

We first heard about the movie last September when it was announced that Anderson would be directing his own 3D adaptation of the classic Alexandre Dumas story.

Be sure to continue on and check out some of the first images of the new Three Musketeers now!

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‘Pirates Of The Caribbean’ Star Orlando Bloom Confirmed For ‘The Three Musketeers’
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Orlando Bloom

On May 11th, a massive casting announcement was made regarding the Paul W.S. Anderson adaptation of the Alexandre Dumas classic The Three Musketeers (Read: Woah Now! ‘Three Musketeers’ Casts Christoph Waltz, Milla Jovovich, Logan Lerman & Many More). In that epic cast reveal, it was noted that Orlando Bloom had been offered a role as well.

Now comes word that Bloom has indeed accepted the offer and will be in the film. The actor will actually play a villain in the very smooth Duke of Buckingham, who intensely-rivals the Musketeers and their rebellious ways.

Also new to the cast is James Corden (Planet 51, Gulliver’s Travels), who will be playing a servant named Planchet.

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Woah Now! ‘Three Musketeers’ Casts Christoph Waltz, Milla Jovovich, Logan Lerman & Many More
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The Three Musketeers

Now THIS is some casting news. Instead of announcing one name at a time, almost all of the cast for Paul W.S. Anderson‘s new take on The Three Musketeers has been revealed all in one epic explosion of names.

The movie is one of two Musketeer films currently being made (the other being directed by Doug Liman for Warner Brothers), and though Anderson is not always beloved by movie fans, this cast will make it really difficult not to be excited about.

The role of D’Artagnan, a man with dreams of becoming a Musketeer, but who finds much trouble on his road to achieving this goal, will be played by Logan Lerman. Lerman is a budding star who recently appeared as Percy in Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief, and was also a candidate for the role of Peter Parker in Sony’s reboot of the Spider-Man franchise.

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New Set Images From Ridley Scott’s ‘Robin Hood’
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Robin Hood2The Daily Mail has obtained a few great paparazzi photographs from the set of Ridley Scott‘s epic retelling of Robin Hood. The shots show a legion of King John’s men crossing a stone bridge in what looks like some sort of attack or battle. No stars, and not the highest of quality shots, but just looking at them, you can easily tell that we’re in for a treat when this movie is finished.

As we all know, the movie tells the classic tale of Robin Hood, but this time around, it will be handled much more realistically. No word exactly on what to expect, but assume this adventure will have a real Kingdom of Heaven feel and look to it, but with the legendary Robin of Loxley as the center piece.

The film is currently shooting in the U.K. and is set for a released on May 14, 2010.

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‘Robin Hood’ Finds Its Sheriff In Matthew Macfadyen
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It’s being reported that Matthew Macfadyen has been cast in the role of the Sheriff of Nottingham in Ridley Scott‘s currently-filming Robin Hood. The announcement was made on his blog after his agent made the confirmation.

Macfadyen hasn’t appeared in much, but you can find him in Pride & Prejudice, Death at a Funeral, as well as Frost/Nixon.

This finally puts a cap on everything for this project. As you’ll recall, Russell Crowe was originally supposedly playing the Sheriff of Nottingham in the movie then being called Nottingham. Not long after that, chaos rained down as we were told that Crowe would be playing both Robin Hood and the Sheriff. Eventually calmer waters prevailed and things fell into place with the explanation that the movie would simply hold the humble title of Robin Hood and that Crowe would just be playing the title character. Now, with the casting of Macfadyen as the Sheriff, it’s a little bit of closure on the whole slew of rumors. And after the release of that sweet first image seen above, we can all continue looking forward to Robin Hood again.

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Movie Review: Frost/Nixon
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Frost/Nixon
Directed by Ron Howard
Starring Frank Langella, Michael Sheen, Sam Rockwell, Toby Jones, Matthew MacFadyen
Rated R
Release Date: December 5, 2008

In 1977, just a few years removed from the only resignation by a U.S. President in the history of our country, Richard Nixon agreed to be interviewed by a moderately successful British TV personality, David Frost. Over the course of 28 hours of interviews, Nixon eventually apologized for the scandals of his administration. Not before or since has Nixon publicly addressed the issues surrounding Watergate.

Take a second to let that sink in. It’s only been 30 years since the interviews but the way we get our news today has changed so drastically that a news event like this would be impossible to achieve in today’s news environment. The advent of the internet and the 24-hour cable news channel has completely changed the way we get our news. But in 1977, when network anchors ruled the news on the Big Three, a foreign journalist against the odds scored what is still today considered the most important political interview ever.

Frost/Nixon was adapted from the 2007 Broadway play of same name that focused on the interviews and the preparation leading up to them. The outcome of the interviews is what made them as successful as they have become, but any time you have a movie based on actual events, the conclusion ends up being irrelevant. Since that element is removed as the dramatic driving force, the filmmakers had to rely on good old fashion storytelling and performances to push the film.

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