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Mary Elizabeth Winstead Set To Star In ‘Gemini Man’ Alongside Will Smith
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Mary Elizabeth Winstead as Michelle in 10 Cloverfield Lane

It’s being reported that Mary Elizabeth Winstead has been cast as the female lead in Gemini Man, an upcoming action thriller from Paramount Pictures and Skydance Media. The actress beat out Orphan Black star Tatiana Maslany for the role.

Winstead joins Will Smith, who will actually be playing two roles, on the cast. Smith will play an older assassin named Henry who’s looking to escape that life, and also a clone of Henry who’s 25 years younger, in top form as an assassin, and on a mission to kill his older self. Winstead will play an operative working for the same company as Smith’s character who’s ordered to keep an eye on Henry, but ultimately ends up joining forces with him.

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Quentin Tarantino’s 1960s Charles Manson Film Casts Leonardo DiCaprio, Eyeing Al Pacino
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Leonardo DiCaprio

Now that Quentin Tarantino‘s untitled 1960s/Charles Manson film has found a home over at Sony, the casting process can begin. Among the actors who were being considered: Margot Robbie, Tom Cruise, Brad Pitt, Samuel L. Jackson, and Leonardo DiCaprio.

Now it’s been confirmed that DiCaprio will be reuniting with his Django Unchained director. There are also reports that Al Pacino may be joining the film as well. More on the story below.

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Next ‘Cloverfield’ Spinoff ‘God Particle’ Pushed Back To April 2018
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Cloverfield

Getting a definite release date for the tentatively titled God Particle has been touch and go. The film was scheduled for a late 2017 release but then was pushed back to February 2018.

And now, the next chapter of the Cloverfield franchise has been pushed back once more. This time to April 2018. Find out more about this in the story below.

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‘Annihilation’ Trailer: Natalie Portman Explores The Strange and Mysterious Unknown
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Alex Garland's Annihilation

Based on the earlier looks at Annihilation, Ex Machina director Alex Garland‘s upcoming film promises to be very thought-provoking if not perplexing. For one thing, Paramount and producers are worried that the film may be too smart for the average audience. In fact, this has led to some conflicts that have occurred on set.

It’s not clear what the end result will be, at least not until the film is released, but a new trailer should provide some clarity about the film. Or at least it should try to. Check it out below.

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Yes, Quentin Tarantino’s ‘Star Trek’ Movie Is R-Rated
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Star Trek Logo CBS

Oh, you didn’t think Quentin Tarantino pitching an idea for a new Star Trek movie to J.J. Abrams that he might end up directing couldn’t get any stranger? Sit with me for a moment, my friends. Here, I made you some nice cocoa. Marshmallows are there on the table if you like. Careful now, it’s a bit hot.

Everything about this was unexpected, of course. But one of the things that made it especially surprising was the part about Tarantino possibly directing. Not only has he never made a big blockbuster type movie—he’s only made eight movies total with a ninth on the way, and there’s been whispers of him potentially retiring from filmmaking after his 10th—but each and every one of his films has been R-rated. Star Trek movies, as you’re likely aware, are not R-rated.

But never fear, Tarantino fans. As it turns out, even Star Trek is R-rated when it comes from Quentin. In fact, it was one of his requirements.

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1969 Manson Murders Will Be The Backdrop Of Next Quentin Tarantino Film For Sony
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Quentin Tarantino Manson Murders

Details of Quentin Tarantino‘s next film has been slowly coming out of the pipe in the past few weeks. Though nothing was concrete, reports said that it would be about 1969 and center around Charles Manson and his cult. But now that the director has finally found a distributor, and Manson died in a Los Angeles prison today, new details about Tarantino’s film is coming to the surface.

It has been confirmed that Tarantino’s film will be about 1969, and the Manson Family murders will serve as a backdrop to the film. More on the story below.

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Trailer For Upcoming Horror ‘A Quiet Place’ Starring Emily Blunt, John Krasinski Released
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A Quiet Place

Paramount Pictures has released a teaser trailer for A Quiet Place, an upcoming horror starring Emily Blunt (Edge of Tomorrow, Sicario) and John Krasinski (The Office, 13 Hours).

The movie follows a family living in a secluded area in total silence to avoid drawing the attention of a mysterious entity which thrives on sound. Click on over to the other side now to check it out.

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Quentin Tarantino’s Next Film May Not Be About Charles Manson After All
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Quentin Tarantino

There’s been a lot of speculation that Quentin Tarantino‘s next project would revolve around Charles Manson and his murders. But there hasn’t been anything to verify it or at least give us a hint that it would be about the infamous cult leader. Now it appears that all the reporting and speculation has been wrong. Well, at least not entirely wrong.

Based on a new interview that director gave, Tarantino’s developing film would be about 1969, the year when the Manson Family murders started to appear in headlines. There is also word that multiple studios are now vying for the right to distribute the untitled film. More on the story below.

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‘It’ Writer To Pen Script For ‘Are You Afraid Of The Dark?’ Movie
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Nickelodeon's Are You Afraid of the Dark

Nickelodeon’s Are You Afraid of the Dark?, the children’s cable network’s spooky anthology series, is the epitome of ’90s childhood nostalgia. I remember staying up late just to watch those group of kids tell stories that blurred the lines between story and reality. And like all good ’90s childhood nostalgia, it must be adapted into a film.

The latest reports confirm that Paramount is working on a film adaptation of the series and that they have hired It writer Gary Dauberman to pen the script. More on the story below.

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‘Starry Eyes’ Directors Set To Remake Stephen King’s ‘Pet Sematary’
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Pet Sematary

Back in 2010 the writer behind 1408 was hired to work on a remake of Pet Sematary. Obviously that didn’t work out.

Now, after another adaptation of a Stephen King story in IT had great success at the box office, Paramount wants to keep things rolling with another crack at Pet Sematary. To make this happen for them, the studio has hired Starry Eyes directors Kevin Kolsch and Dennis Widmyer to make the movie.

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