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- Screen Gems has picked up U.S. distribution for the hoodlum v. alien comedy Attack the Block, so can catch up on your London street slang.

- Hugh Jackman could be joining Kristen Stewart and Charlize Theron on Snow White and the Huntsman, which should thankfully let him keep his muttonchops in good shape for The Wolverine.

- Don't adjust your DVR: 30 Rock isn't done after this season, if you'd heard that rumor. If not, don't even worry about it.

- Also on the subject of NBC's Thursdays: Ray Romano, James Spader, and Doctor Who's Catherine Tate will join Will Ferrell, Ricky Gervais, and Will Arnett in the ridiculously-cameo-stuffed season finale of The Office. Good thing the show doesn't have a studio audience, or they'd never get through all the requisite pauses for hooting and hollering.

- 48 Hrs. and The Warriors director Walter Hill will see how well star Sylvester Stallone can take direction in Headshot. Hopefully the two can see eye-to-eye on if Stallone's forearm veins should be the presence they typically are.

- Gollum actor Andy Serkis is going to also serve as second unit director on The Hobbit, but Peter Jackson's probably still going to make him wear a sensor-covered spandex jumpsuit all the time anyway.

  • July 6, 2011
    - Here's a new still from Steven Spielberg's The Adventures of Tintin that will be ideal when Tintin gets his poster in the American Library Association's READ series. (via) - We already knew that Disney had been hoping to milk a couple more Pirates of the Caribbean sequels ou... / Continue →
  • August 21, 2012
    - 23 years after leaving the network, Michael J. Fox is returning to NBC with a 22-episode commitment for a new sitcom in which he'll play a New York City-based father of three who, sort of necessarily, is dealing with the challenges of Parkinson's. 23 years after also leaving ... / Continue →
  • February 8, 2012
    - The rumors of a Schwarzenegger/Stallone teaming up again have been confirmed, with Deadline reporting the Planet Hollywood investors will be sharing a prison wing in Mikael Håfström's The Tomb. Gosh, do you think anyone will think to promote this occasion with a magazine cove... / Continue →
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