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steven spielberg american sniper Steven Spielberg Wont Direct Bradley Cooper Navy SEAL Movie American SniperIan Gavan/Getty

Steven Spielberg has dropped out of directing “American Sniper,” the adaptation of a memoir by Navy SEAL Chris Kyle that is set to star Bradley Cooper.

Deadline reports that both Spielberg and his production company, DreamWorks, have bowed out of the movie, which was also to be co-produced by Cooper. An individual familiar with the production told TheWrap that “Spielberg had a vision in… Continue reading Steven Spielberg Won't Direct Bradley Cooper Navy SEAL Movie 'American Sniper'

Robert Downey Jr. wished upon a star for Ben Stiller to direct his upcoming adaptation of “Pinocchio,” and it looks like it’s coming true: Stiller is in talks with studio Warner Bros. to helm the feature.

Negotiations to secure Stiller are in early stages, according to Deadline, though discussions with writers who could pen the project are reportedly already taking place. Downey, who will play Geppetto, was originally supposed to star… Continue reading Ben Stiller for 'Pinocchio'? He May Direct the Robert Downey Jr. Movie

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Variety
March 5, 2013

fox logo2 Tim Miller to Direct Sci Fi Action Thriller ArtemisTim Miller, currently attached to direct Deadpool, has now signed on for another Twentieth Century Fox project with the action thriller Artemis.

Artemis’ plot is still unknown, although it is said to be set in outer space. Andrew Lobel, the screenwriter behind the upcoming Tunnels, is attached to draft the screenplay.

Miller’s career so far has been as

George Nolfi to Direct Original Sci-Fi Tale

nolfi sci fi George Nolfi to Direct Original Sci Fi TaleGeorge Nolfi, the director behind The Adjustment Bureau, has made plans for another science fiction project at Universal Pictures, says a story at The Hollywood Reporter. He’ll work from an original concept by The Last Stand screenwriter Andrew Knauer.

Details on the film’s plot are currently unknown but Nolfi and Knauer are expected to collaborate on the screenplay. Nolfi will also produce alongside Michael Hackett.

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  • ‘Step Brothers’

    One of the best movies of the past decade, period. “Step Brothers” is a delirious, borderline surreal comedy about two middle-aged men (Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly) who, after their parents get married, are forced to live together. It very loosely resembles a film as we traditionally understand it, and was probably even more out of control without Judd Apatow’s guiding hand (director Adam McKay cites Apatow