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The End of Love premiered at Sundance last year to theaters full of quietly weeping audiences. [b][url=http://wat chdiehard5onlinehd]Watch Die Hard 5 Online[/url][/b] Sources tell The Hollywood Reporter that Liam Neeson is in talks to fill out the cast for MacFarlane’s Ted follow-up A Million Ways to Die in the West, joining fellow big namers Charlize Theron, Amanda Seyfried, MacFarlane himself, and the second-newest cast member Giovanni Ribisi, which we recently reported on. The plot follows MacFarlane’s yellow-bellied sheep farmer, whose girlfriend (Seyfried) leaves him for another man after he chickens out on a gunfight. He falls for another woman (Theron) who rides into town and teaches him how to man up and use a gun. Things get complicated when her rootin’ tootin’ outlaw husband (Neeson) shows up, looking for revenge, the farmer get to test his new-found mettle. Neeson sounds perfect for a husband filled with over-the-top rage, and it’ll be somewhat cathartic if he ends up punching MacFarlane in the face several times during the film. [b][url=http://wat chozthegreatandpow erfulonlinex.webst]Watch Oz The Great And Powerful Online[/url][/b] Neeson was most recently seen as the daughter-rescuing ex-CIA agent in Taken 2, and has a slew of features coming up. He’s currently filming Paul Haggis’ entangled romantic drama The Third Person with James Franco and Mila Kunis, and is already finished with the action-packed Non-Stop, for which he reteamed with Unknown director Jaume Collet-Serra. As well, he’s lent his voice to two upcoming independent animated features, The Nut Job and Khumba. [b][url=http://wat chdeadmandownonlin m/]WATCH DEAD MAN DOWN ONLINE[/url][/b] Do you guys remember the one horror movie that came out a while back that, while it wasn’t perfect, did well at the box office, gave critics something nice to say about horror for a change, and never got the substandard remake treatment? No? That’s because it is a figment of someone’s imagination, or at least a reboot of a figment or someone else’s imagination. The Poltergeist remake that everyone has long-expected but has never been asked for has made actual progress today, as Deadline reports MGM has reached through the TV screen to sign Gil Kenan on as director. While his last film, 2008’s fantasy adventure City of Embers isn’t so relevant, his debut feature was Sony Animation’s CGI children’s comedy Monster House in 2006, so at least he isn’t completely unfamiliar with scary things. He also has the oddball love story A Giant in the pipeline. [b][url=http://wat chjackthegiantslay eronline2k.tumblr. com/]Watch Jack The Giant Slayer Online[/url][/b] Though the story doesn’t say it, it’s assumed Kenan will be working from the script with a revolving door of contributing writers, including David Lindsay-Abaire, Paul Harris Boardman, Scott Derrickson, Juliet Snowden and Stiles White. All that, and not a Spielberg in the lot of them. In fact, the last thing anyone had heard about this project debunked a rumor that one of the film’s producers, Sam Raimi, was taking the directing job. The Spielberg-produced original was certainly one of the films that heavily inspired the incessant number of Paranormal Activity films, and all the similar titles that came before and since. There’s a strange twinge of irony in Kenan, best known for more kid-appropriate fare, remaking a very adult film that was probably the most family-friendly film ever made by the original director Tobe Hooper, the man responsible for creating Leatherface and the Texas Chainsaw Massacre franchise.  (Mar 7, 2013 | post #1)


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