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  1. EXCLUSIVE: 'Mad Men' Actress Joins McG's 'This Means War'

    2:30 pm 12/2/2010

    Angela Bassett has also boarded Reese Witherspoon/Chris Pine action comedy.Read more

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  2. BULLSEYE, Nov. 12: 'Unstoppable,' 'Skyline,' 'Morning Glory,' 'Harry Potter,' More

    4:00 pm 11/11/2010

    The Bullseye has been on hiatus for a little while, but that doesn't mean there hasn't been a lot of interesting stuff going on these last few weeks with the Flixster users who supply the data. "Unstoppable," "Morning Glory" and "Skyline" vie for eyeballs this weekend -- see which is looking strongest. Read more

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  3. 'Unstoppable' on Track to Thwart 'Megamind'

    12:40 pm 11/11/2010

    New releases unlikely to match '09 box office in same frame.Read more

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  4. Box Office Tally: Nov. 12-14

    4:49 pm 11/10/2010

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  5. Elizabeth Banks negotiating to star in Alex Kurtzman's 'Welcome to People' (exclusive)

    4:34 pm 11/10/2010

    Elizabeth Banks is negotiating to take on the female lead in “Welcome to People,” the Dreamworks drama written by Alex Kurtzman, Roberto Orci and Jody Lambert. Kurtzman will also direct the film, which has Chris Pine attached to star as well.Read more

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  6. Hollywood's A-List Redefined

    4:49 pm 11/9/2010

    Hollywood is banking on Chris Pine and a handful of other hot young actors (some you might not have heard of yet) as the old star system fades, power shifts and paydays aren't what they used to be.Read more

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  7. See the Cover of the New Hollywood Reporter

    1:08 pm 11/9/2010

    THR’s second weekly edition, fronted by 'Unstoppable’s' Chris Pine, analyzes how Hollywood is re-defining its A-list actors Read more

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  8. Unstoppable: Film Review

    12:00 pm 11/7/2010

    The best blue collar action movie in who knows how long, this tense, narrowly focused thriller about a runaway train has a lean, pure simplicity to it that is satisfying in and of itself. Read more

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