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Another 'Bourne' movie for Jeremy Renner

But it almost happened, once upon a time. Back in 2007, animator Adam Holmes shot and edited a CGI pitch trailer for Imagi Animation Studios for a Legend of Zelda movie. Imagi is the studio responsible for the TMNT movie, and more recently Astro Boy, which wasnt the most successful endeavor. The pitch was rejected, but the trailer still exists and has just now made it online as part of Homes portfolio. You can check it out by clicking the picture below, because the Vimeo video has embedding disabled for reasons I dont understand. (click to watch) It shows an animated Zelda fleeing from an approaching dark army, only to Kim Kardashian movie be saved by animated Link, popping in to fill the bad guys full of arrows. <br>Source:

When the program is terminated, Renner finds his character on the run with one of the scientists behind the program, played by Rachel Weisz. Universal is reportedly hoping that a fifth film would continue to explore Cross' storyline without precluding a return from Damon. According to Deadline, the studio hasn't made any apparent progress in getting Damon to come back, although the actor knows Universal would like to make that happen. "That would be their dream," Damon said in March . "Tony (Gilroy)'s Kim Kardashian Kim Kardashian whole thing was, 'Look, my story won't preclude Matt from doing another one. This one can live on a parallel track.'" In the meantime, Renner will carry forward the "Bourne" legacy as he lines up other action site internet roles. <br>Source:

A stylish luncheon and movie with a chocolate flair (Photos)

View slideshow: A stylish luncheon and movie with a chocolate flair "Just be here and be comfortable. We're going to watch a movie and munch on a few things." The casual suggestion sounds more than inviting and goes perfect with the dreary and rainy afternoon chosen for her small get together. Upon arrival her three guests are greeted with a warm hug followed by an iced Chai latte with hints of pumpkin and orange liqueur. Later in a tastefully decorated family room overscaled with dark woods and comfortable leather couches, the small gathering of girlfriends sip on drinks and chatter while Anita finishes a few preparations in a kitchen way too clean to suggest anything beyond potato chips is being served. Moments later an enticing aroma following her when she emerges says otherwise. With a keep you guessing smirk she dims the lights and announces the movie is about to start. 'Chocolat ', a 2000 American-British romance film based on the novel of Joanne Harris, acted as the perfect setting for her planned theme. It starts with character 'Vianne, (played by Juliette Binoche) and her young daughter moving to a small rigidlly controlled town to open a chocolate shop. <br>Source:

Movie Fans in Japan Obliterate Royal Baby News image source on Twitter

These days, fans are using Twitter to join in the fun, and when the movie was last shown in December 2011, "balus" was tweeted 25,088 in a second. But more than five times that many folks joined in this time, setting a record unlikely to be broken until the next showing of "Castle In The Sky." [Related: #LessonsFromScaryMovies: Learning What Not to Do in a Horror Movie on Twitter ] While Hayao Miyazaki's movies may be good for social media in Japan, they're not so great when it come to the nation's financial sector. Miyazaki whose other films include such classics as "Princess Mononoke," "My Neighbor Totoro," and "Spirited Away" is one of Japan's most celebrated and popular filmmakers, and every few weeks, the Nippon Television Network shows one of his pictures on Friday night. However, those who follow the markets in Japan have noted than in the 24 times since 2010 that Nippon has shown a Miyazaki movie on Friday night, on Monday morning the value of the dollar relative to the yen has dropped 75 percent of the time, and there's a 50/50 chance Japanese stocks take a tumble. As for why it happens no one seems to really know. Studio Ghibli is the company that produces and releases Miyazaki's work, and global traders have come to call the phenomenon "the Curse of Ghibli" perhaps enough to spook traders. <br>Source:

New movie roles scare Ryan Reynolds

"There's s**t-in-your-pants fear around every corner because I'm usually stepping out of a comfort zone that I haven't done before in a film. But that's the wonder of it, the beauty of it," Reynolds said. But the 36-year-old likes to play a variety of different characters and carefully selects his projects, reports Femalefirst. The actor, who is married to actress Blake Lively, also admitted that he is extremely critical of his own work, but feels that the self-reflection drives him to be a better actor. "I can't say I've ever patted myself on the back and maybe that's what keeps me going, and that's a good thing. It speaks volumes about how I perceive myself. Like a lot of people, I've got a self-loathing streak that's alive and well. It acts as a de facto engine when I'm working, but it also has its extraordinary pitfalls, too," he said. <br>Source:

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