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But SMG's new show still has a decent debut.
He'll play a bad version of Sully, basically.
Joe Wright will direct.
The sales pitch "also available in 2-D!" seems like a subliminal apology for past rip-offs.
But don't panic — revenue is still technically up.
If you're mad about the price increase and Starz's blackballing, take a deep breath.
Malick's suddenly gone from a recluse to one of our most prolific filmmakers.
With the new 'Conan' and 'Fright Night' openings happening the same weekend, the answer is surprisingly unscientific.
He's joining Alex Pettyfer and Channing Tatum in the Steven Soderbergh movie.
She'll play an 1850s teenager caught up in an art-world love triangle.