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Ryan Gosling vs. 5 More Shirtless Man Hunks: Who Should Play Batman?

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From left: Ryan Gosling, Joe Manganiello, and Richard Armitage. (From Warner Bros. | HBO)Would Ryan Gosling make a good Batman? We've seen him prove he can handle action movies, but it's still a little weird to imagine Gosling risking his indie cred for a shot at stepping into the Bat's well-worn boots.With Christian Bale out of the picture, the biggest question surrounding the upcoming Superman/Batman movie seems to be who will be playing the Dark Knight this time around. The Hollywood...Read Full Story

Zimbio Review - 'Stoker' and the Art of Modern Gothic Horror

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(Indian Paintbrush) The Bottom Line Should you see it? Yes. Why? Films are rarely made with such vigorous attention to detail. Stoker has the smarts of Hitchcock mixed with a beautiful modern style. If you ripped Tim Burton's brain out of his head and put it in a blender with David Lynch's and Alfred Hitchcock's, what you see in Stoker might pour out. Park Chan-wook's stylized American horror story is porn for movie geeks who love modern films like American Psycho, which had a weird...Read Full Story

Trailer Watch: 'Stoker' — Nicole Kidman's Idea of Parenting Leaves a Lot to Be Desired

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(Photo: Fox Searchlight) "I've often wondered why it is we have children, and the conclusion I've come to is we want someone to get it right this time. But not me. Personally speaking I can't wait to watch life tear you apart." So goes the opening of the trailer for Stoker. Good times, right? The speaker of those words is a chilling, potentially unhinged Nicole Kidman, who doesn't seem at all pleased with her daughter India, played by Mia Wasikowska. But Stoker is a lot more than just the...Read Full Story

Matthew Goode Moved by Colin Firth's Performance In 'A Single Man'

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(Photo Agency)Matthew Goode found his Single Man co-star, Colin Firth, "incredibly moving." The 32-year-old actor, who plays the role of Colin's character's deceased boyfriend in the Tom Ford-directed movie, admits he was impressed by the Mamma Mia! star's ability. "One of the finest bits of acting I've seen in a while was Colin's character getting this phone call about his partner Jim's death," Goode told the Metro newspaper. "I find it incredibly moving. Colin has been a great...Read Full Story
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