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Whether the rumors of Zhang Ziyi offering up "happy endings" for a cool $110 million over the course of a decade are true or not, it definitely makes one look at "Memoirs of a Geisha" in a whole new way. Heavy skips the tabloid rumors and goes right for a collection of the Crouching Tiger's 20 hottest photos.
Yes, Wes Anderson would do a bang-up job with "Franny and Zooey." Upon the news that Guy Ritchie will be bringing his hip sense of style to a new version of "Treasure Island," FlavorWire conjures a dream list of classic novels and the filmmakers who would be perfect to adapt them for the screen.
There's just no rest for Tony Stark. "Iron Man 3" has officially commenced with production as it looks to a May 3, 2013 release date, and SlashFilm has an official behind-the-scenes pic from the set featuring Robert Downey Jr. and one or two of his suits.
Nothing will ever quite top the clown scene. Upon the 30-year anniversary of the release "Poltergeist," that oft-imitated but never equaled tale of haunted suburbia, Moviefone compiles the scariest scenes from what became a highly influential horror trilogy.
Long ago, just two weeks before "Gladiator" became the first big blockbuster of the 2000s, a semi-blockbuster called "U-571" hit theaters. Do you remember it? Film.com re-reviews the WWII submarine thriller starring Harvey Keitel and Matthew McConaughey.
Mads Mikkelsen: From Le Chiffre to Hannibal the Cannibal. Deadline reports that the "Casino Royale" villain (and upcoming "Thor 2" baddie) will be picking up the scalpel from Anthony Hopkins in the role of Dr. Lecter in the new "Hannibal" television series.