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The House of the Mouse has added another name to its arsenal and what a name it is. Along with the acquisition of Lucasfilm, Disney plans on bringing new Star Wars films to the big screen.
President of the National Association of Theatre Owners has sent a letter to Harvey Weinstein threatening persecution of the company’s Bully if they do not return to supporting and participating in the MPAA.
Check out who walked away with Hollywood’s biggest awards of the year, right here.
After a failed appeal to overturn the R rating for the documentary Bully, Harvey has publicly stated his displeasure with the movies rating board.
A few weeks ago, Netflix announced they had plans to split the company in two. This would mean that there would be one company (Netflix) to run the streaming service and another new company (Qwikster) that would be handling DVD-by-mail services. Now it appears this isn’t happening.
Theater chains refuse to honor the program and the beta is put on hold.
One lucky winner gets a chance to meet the cast and crew of The Amazing Spider-Man.
Votes are in for the 2011 MTV Movie Awards and the nominees for this year have been named. Leading the pack with the most nominations is Twilight: Eclipse. I guess that’s very telling of how seriously this awards show can really be taken. But, the fans have spoken and the glittery vampires have some serious mass appeal. Not far behind, though, is Nolan’s Inception picking up 7 nominations (behind Eclipse‘s 8). Meanwhile, Harry Potter, The Social Network and Black Swantrail just behind those two, with all five being the nominees for “Best Movie”.