Sunday, November 21, 2010

Movie News Today

It's been almost 20 years since the last real JFK movie (which, by the way, is seriously underrated) so it's about time for Leonardo DiCaprio to jump on board to produce and star in a biopic.

In case you missed it, Spielberg has cast Daniel Day Lewis as the lead in his Abraham Lincoln biopic. Can we just go ahead and give DDL the Oscar for 2012 and be done with it? No chance that isn't a fantastic combination.

In superhero movie news of the day, "Batman: The Dark Knight Rises" will begin shooting in May (slated for a summer 2012 release) and "Superman" will begin in June despite not having a Clark Kent.

I've never been a big fan of the Judge Dredd graphic novels or the cheesy movie that came out of it in the 90s. If you are, however, here's a look at Karl Urban in the new re-envisioning of the franchise.

Marshall and the Movies reviews "Rabbit Hole," an indie movie that's getting a lot of attention which I most likely won't get to see for some time. Check it out.

Weekend Box Office Results
1. "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1" - $125.12 million
2. "Megamind" - $16.18 ($109.48 million total)
3. "Unstoppable" - $13.1 ($41.96)
4. "Due Date" - $9.15 ($72.67)
5. "The Next Three Days" - $6.75
6. "Morning Glory" - $5.23 ($19.86)
7. "Skyline" - $3.43 ($17.64)
8. "Red" - $2.47 ($83.57)
9. "For Colored Girls" - $2.4 ($34.54)
10. "Fair Game" - $1.47 ($3.74)

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