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Speed Racer - Live Action Remake coming to the Big Screen

Speed Racer - Live Action Remake coming to the Big Screen

Speed Racer - Episodes 12-23 (1967)

Fans of the 1960’s animated “Speed Racer” TV show will be extremely happy to know that a big-screen version is in the works by the creators of “The Matrix.” This live-action version is based on the children’s TV show is being produced by Joel Silver who has been trying to get the film made since the early 1990’s.

Racing seens are planned to be as good as the big budget action movies, but at the same time remain kid freindly.

“Speed” is about a young race card driver named Speed. He drives a high-tech vehicle called Mach 5. The story will include favorite characters from the original TV show including Racer X.

The movie is yet to be filmed. Currently filming is scheduled to begin in summer of 2007 and final movie release of “Speed” is anticipated for summer of 2008.

Jennifer Buys New Home In Beverly Hills – Moves From Rented Malibu Beach Front House – Oprah Winfrey Interview and Room 10 Movie

Jennifer Buys New Home In Beverly Hills – Moves From Rented Malibu Beach Front House – Oprah Winfrey Interview and Room 10 Movie

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Jennifer Aniston will be moving from a rented Malibu beachfront home to a Beverly Hills estate sitting on half an acre. The house is reported to have six bedrooms, seven bathrooms and is more than 9000 square feet. The LA Times reports that she is paying $15 million for the house built in the 1970s.

Oprah Winfrey interviewed the star Monday, and Aniston said she did not have a breast enlargement. "No boob job!" Jennifer said. "You know what it's called? It's called 10 pounds. Here's what it is—this is the funny thing—you're either, 'Oh, look at the bump,' or 'The Pregnant…,' and they circle the bump and there's an arrow. But instead it's like, you know, maybe a couple cheese plates too many..."

Aniston says that she has a new five month old puppy named Dolly. Dolly is a German Sheppard. She called the puppy her new baby.

Ashton Kutcher Hits it Big Over the Weekend With Top Two Movies – Open Season and The Guardian – Jackass and School of Scoundrel

Ashton Kutcher Hits it Big Over the Weekend With Top Two Movies – Open Season and The Guardian – Jackass and School of Scoundrel

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Two Ashton Kutcher films took the number one and two positions in box-office receipts over the weekend. He stared with Martin Lawrence in a cartoon called “Open Season” and with Kevin Costner in “The Guardian”.

Kutcher was the voice of Elliot, the fast talking mule dear in “Open Season”, while Lawrence sounded off as Boog, a domesticated 900lb Grizzly bear. The two form an unlikely friendship and must quickly rally other forest animals in an effort to form a rag-tag army against the hunters.

Kutcher plays Jake Fischer, a troubled young man that enlists in the Coast Guard, where he is taken in by a renowned rescue swimmer who has been hardened by the loss of his team from an accident years back.

The Jackass Sequel Was Number One Movie Over Weekend – Johnny Knoxville and Friends Film Cost Just $11 Million To Make

The Jackass Sequel Was Number One Movie Over Weekend – Johnny Knoxville and Friends Film Cost Just $11 Million To Make

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The sequel to “Jackass” topped the North American chart this weekend at theaters. The film, staring Johnny Knoxville and his friends, grossed about $28.1 million, according to Exhibitor Relations Co. Inc.

“Jackass Number Two” cost only $11 million to make and is a favorite among young males. It beat out all of the other serious movies this weekend including Jet Li’s “Fearless” which grossed $10.6 million.

Knoxville’s new movie is full of the outrageous stunts that made his first movie popular. Number Two beat out the First Jackass movie’s opening weekend back in 2002. The gross back then was $22.8 million. Associated Press reports that males accounted for two-thirds of the movie's audience, with 71 per cent of the crowd younger than 25.

Angelina Jolie To Star In Atlas Shrugged – Brad Pitt Rumored to Play a Role – Second Ayn Rand Book To Become Movie

Angelina Jolie To Star In Atlas Shrugged – Brad Pitt Rumored to Play a Role – Second Ayn Rand Book To Become Movie

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Angelina Jolie will play her dream role as Dagney Taggart in the up-coming film “Atlas Shrugged” written by the late Ayn Rand. “Atlas Shrugged”, perhaps the most famous book written by Rand, is a tale of a no-nonsense railroad executive named Dagney Taggart who strives to keep her company alive despite a society falling towards collectivism.

Rand’s novels are extremely long, and “Atlas Shrugged” is no exception. Another one of Rand’s books was made into a movie while she was alive. “The Fountainhead”, staring Gary Cooker and Patricia Neal was released in 1949. Like “The Fountainhead”, there is a long speech made by the hero. In the book “Atlas Shrugged” the speech is made by John Galt. A famous line repeated over and over again in the book is “Who is John Galt?”

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