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Ron Burgundy Is Retired

"Anchorman's" legendary focal-point Ron Burgundy has retired. Director Adam McKay has confirmed that there will be no more "Anchorman" movies despite the suiccess of the recently released sequel to the film. Some film-goers commented that the sequel seemed to be overdone and not as good as the original. 

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Tragedy Hits Production Of Gregg Allman Biopic

The biopic on music star Gregg Allman has supsended production. Its 27 year old second assistant camera operator Sarah Elizabeth Jones was stuck and killed by a train while she was shooting a scene. Approximately seven others were injured during the accident. Jones worked as a crew member on shows such as "Army Wives."

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Kate Beckinsale Set To Star In "Eliza Graves"

Later this year, fans will see a thriller film about a medical student who finds himself working in a mental institution. The plot thickens from there as he gets involved with one of the patients. The film will star a veteran British actress name Kate Beckinsale as "Eliza Graves" herself.

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Adam Driver To Be A "Star Wars" Villain?

30-year-old Adam Driver will likely play a character related to Darth Vader in the forthcoming film "Star Wars: Episode VII." This one is slated for a release on December 18, 2015. It is one of the most highly anticipated films of our time. Of course, there have been rumors circulating for quite some time that it will feature old castmembers such as Carrie Fisher, Harrison Ford, Mark Hamill and Billy Dee Williams.

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Margot Robbie To Star In "Tarzan"

The forthcoming remake of the film classic "Tarzan" will feature an actress who has become a hot commodity after the success of the film "The Wolf of Wall Street." Aussie actress Margot Robbie will play the female leading role in the new "Tarzan." She will be joined by Alexander Skarsgard, who will play the title character. This film will be hitting the big screen in July of 2016.

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Harold Ramis, The Man Behind One Of The Greatest Film Concepts Ever

When fans speak about Harold Ramis, they tend to note this Chicago-native's work in "Ghostbusters" films. They seem excited that the "Ghostbusters" franchise will live on without him. Everything seems to be centered on his work with Dan Aykroyd and Bill Murray in this classic film franchis. However, his career was filled with other success stories such as writing credits including 1999's "Analyze This" or "Caddyshack." As an actor, fans loved him in "Stripes" or 2002's "Orange County."

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The Woman Who Inspired "The Sound of Music" has Died

"The Sound of Music" is a classic film to end all classic films. The mid-1960s release about a woman who leaves a convent to become a govrness to the children of a Naval officer. It starred Julia Andrews as "Maria." and has been cherished by generations now. It was a biography that was known for its amazing colors and imagery. Its music has become a thing of legend.

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"Paul Blart" Sequel Moving Forward, Kevin James Will Be Back

A few years back, "Paul Blart: Mall Cop" was a sleeper success. The movie was funny, action-packed and featured a stellar performance from actor Kevin James. James will be back for a sequel to the film and we're learning more about it as the days go on. First, we know it will co-star actor Gary Valentine who has worked with James in several productions. It will also co-star actress Molly Shannon, according to a number of sources. Texas-born actress Raini Rodriguez will also be on the roster.

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Release Date For The Sequel To "The Lego Movie" Is Announced

May 26, 2017 will be the release date for the sequel to "The Lego Movie." That's a long time to wait. However, it will be worth the wait if the film is as good as the original. What we know is that it will be written by Jared Stern and Michelle Morgan. We don't know if the directors of the orginal film will be back for the new version. Time will tell.

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Expect A Lot Of Julianne Moore

In the film "Non-Stop," fans will see actress Julianne Moore as "Jen Summers." This will be a role that gives this veteran from North Carolina a lot of screen time when it's released on Feburary 28. There will be several opportunities to see Moore on the big screen down the road as well. This is a good thing because Moore has a good presense on the big screen and fans can't seem to get enough of it. She stole the show in last year's "Don Jon" and she has made classics out of flicks such as "The Big Lebowski" or "Magnolia."

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