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Hilary Duff’s replacement for ‘Bonnie and Clyde’ remake found

HollywoodNews.com: Hilary Duff is going to be busy with her pregnancy and new baby, so she was reportedly cut from ‘The Story of Bonnie and Clyde,’ but the film will move on as a replacement has finally been found. It is being reported that ‘True Blood’ actress Lindsay Pulsipher will[...]

The Vampire Diaries – The Dinner Party Preview

HollywoodNews.com: Stefan tells Elena about a dark time in his history and the surprising person whose influence changed everything. After getting the truth out of Luka, Jonas makes his feelings clear to Bonnie and Jeremy. Trying to catch Elijah off-guard, Damon arranges a dinner party for him with Jenna, Alaric[...]

Tony Curtis, 85, died last night in Las Vegas

By Sean O’Connell Hollywoodnews.com: Three recent deaths rocked the entertainment industry, casting a shadow over the Hollywood community. Tony Curtis, the Oscar nominee who once wooed Marilyn Monroe and impressed the Academy as one half of Stanley Kramer’s “The Defiant Ones,” died Wednesday night in his Las Vegas home. The[...]

Fantastic Fest announces first wave of programming

By Sean O’Connell Hollywoodnews.com: With the majority of the film community turning its collective attentions to San Diego for the brewing publicity storm that is Comic-Con, the good folks at Fantastic Fest in Austin have decided to steal a little thunder of their own by announcing the first wave of[...]

Bonnie Wright Steps Outside of Harry Potter In New Role

By Hanako M. Ricks hollywoodnews.com: A new trailer was released today for the film “Geography of the Hapless Heart“, a British film that stars Bonnie Wright, who plays Harry Potter’s love interest in the final three films of that series. Not much is known about the film but it is[...]

“Reds” by Warren Beatty: Foote In Film

By John H. Foote REDS (1981) – Directed by Warren Beatty (****) With the release of the new Peter Biskind book Star, a biography and study of actor-director-producer-writer Warren Beatty, I took a look at Reds (1981) the other night, his seminal study of John Reed and the 1917 Bolshevik[...]