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http://wallinside.com/post-4139774-while-kim-originally-sued-vivid-entertainment-she-eventually-dropped-her-case-after-an-out-of-court.html Arnaud described his character like this: "He takes the necessary steps to get where he wants." Doesn't that sound very Christian Grey-like? Francois Arnaud is also perfect for the "Fifty Shades of Grey" movie because he shares two very important traits with Christian: He can speak French and play the piano. It might seem like his chances of replacing Charlie Hunnam as Christian Grey are pretty good, but the actor does have some stiff competition. Other actors being looked at include "The Fall" star Jamie Dornan, "True Blood" hottie Alexander Skarsgard, "Divergent" up-and-comer Theo James, and "Cemetery Junction" actor Christian Cooke. A lot of factors are going to decide the Christian Grey recast, so it's hard to determine who will ultimately walk away with the role. <br>Source: http://www.examiner.com/article/fifty-shades-of-grey-movie-francois-arnaud-approached-for-christian-grey-role














"Casablanca" (1983) Set before the classic film, the 1983 "Casablanca" TV series lasted for only a handful of episodes. David Soul and Ray Liotta starred in NBC's take on the 1942 film. The Kim Kardashian laser hair removal first "Casablanca" TV series ran in 1955. "Delta House" (1979) One of the many attempts at turning "Animal House" into a TV series, "Delta House" lasted for 13 episodes on ABC. The show followed Josh Moste as Jim "Blotto" Blutarsky, the brother of John Bleushi's film character, Bluto, and was also home to a young Michelle Pfeiffer. "Friday Night Lights" (2006) "Clear eyes, full hearts, can't lose." NBC and DirecTV's "Friday Night Lights" was based on the Billy Bob Thornton film and Kim Kardashian exposed book "Friday Night Lights: A Town, a Team, and a Dream." Starring Kyle Chandler and Connie Britton, the series quickly became a fan-favorite and lasted for five seasons. <br>Source: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/10/16/mark-wahlberg-entourage_n_4107284.html







Fresh Paint, Photos, and Camera Three other cornerstones of Microsoft's creative endeavors are also receiving slight makeovers. Like Movie Maker, Microsoft's utterly superb Fresh Paint app will be available in the Windows Store, rather than being baked in to the operating system itself. The Windows 8.1 version adds new brushes, watercolors, a graphite pencil set, "Inspire Me" suggestions, and more. The app also blurs the line between the real and digital worlds, thanks to a partnership with CanvasPop that allows you to easily turn your Fresh Paintjobs into physical prints. Photos and Camera both ship with Windows 8.1, and each has handy new features. (Click to enlarge.) The Camera app packs a fun new panorama mode based on Microsoft's killer Photosynth app, along with the newfound ability to capture individual photos while shooting videos. Meanwhile a "Photo Loop" mode has Camera capture a rapid succession of pictures from the second before you press the shutter button (spooky!) to one second after you press it again to end the shot, which allows you to choose the best photo of the bunch. <br>Source: http://www.pcworld.com/article/2054397/microsoft-reveals-windows-8-1s-mysterious-movie-maker-app-other-app-improvements.html







Woody Allen has revealed the title of his next movie: "Magic in the Moonlight." The prolific director isn't saying yet what the film is about. But it is set in the South of France and, judging by images released from the production, appears to be set sometime in the 1930s. (The title may be a reference to Dean Martin's romantic ballad "Magic Is the Moonlight.") PHOTOS: Billion-dollar movie club Allen's latest film, "Blue Jasmine," is still in theaters and has made has made a robust $31.7 million domestically and generated critical praise for lead actress Cate Blanchett . The French location of "Magic in the Moonlight" returns Allen to the site of his late-career hit, 2011's "Midnight in Paris," which grossed $56.8 million domestically. "Magic in the Moonlight" is expected to be released in 2014, though it does not yet have a U.S. distributor. ALSO: <br>Source: http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/movies/moviesnow/la-et-mn-woody-allen-new-movie-magic-in-the-moonlight-20131015,0,5545976.story







Many movies are based on material from another medium, like a novel, a comic book or a play. They come with their own titles, but those are frequently switched for the big screen, usually for the better. "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?" was a fine title for Philip K. Dick's novel, for example, but "Blade Runner" made a much better movie title. See photos: 15 Books That Scored Better Big Screen Titles a 'Cruel Intentions,' 'Die Hard,' 'Goodfellas' The titling process on original films, which begins with the script and continues through development, consultants' reviews and market-testing with focus groups can take years a and leaves plenty of room for leeway.AThe movies can represent investments of Amillions, so there's plenty of motivation to get it right. And several recent films have undergone title tweaks. <br>Source: http://movies.msn.com/movies/article.aspx?news=834531







The Exorcist Geffen Pictures 4 New Orleans, La. Interview with the Vampire Dimension Films Next Slide Previous Slide Halloween is quickly approaching and along with planning costumes and candy routes, many people are likely trying to decide if theyre this one going to celebrate the event beyond just trick-or-treating. Some might stay local, having the luxury of visiting theme parks, seasonal haunted houses, or hayrides and mazes. Still others will travel far and wide to visit a destination that typifies the holiday maybe even one thats straight out of a horror film to soak in the atmosphere and give themselves goose bumps. Thats why Ive decided to have a little fun with this post, devoting some time to a few of my favorite, affordable scary movie destinations. These locales might scare you with their Halloween festivities, but the hotel prices wont. Here are five cities that offer a combination of Halloween hotel deals and scary movie landmarks that shouldnt be missed: 1Burkittsville, Md. <br>Source: http://www.foxnews.com/travel/2013/10/15/scary-movie-deal-destinations/



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