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Watch Snitch Online The film’s screenplay was adapted by William Goldman from his own novel of the same name, and he’s also responsible for the script for ¤¤¤¤ Richard’s original adaptation. Here’s hoping the second time’s the charm. Let’s just be grateful nobody is trying to remake Goldman’s greatest contribution to the world, The Princess Bride. Disney has high expectations for Sam Raimi's Oz The Great and Powerful. The film came together right after the billion dollar success named Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland, and it's been reported that the movie has a budget of $200 million. But even though the movie isn't even in theaters yet, the studio is planning the future of the franchise.

WATCH DEAD MAN DOWN ONLINE Variety is reporting that Disney has already hired screenwriter Mitchell Kapner to start working on a direct sequel to Sam Raimi's new film. Kapner was one of the original writers on the new movie, sharing a writing credit with David Lindsay-Abaire, and was actually tapped by the studio a few months to start working on a follow-up. The screenwriter's previous credits include The Whole Nine Yards, the story of Romeo Must Die, and the direct-to-video Into the Blue 2: The Reef. As of now there are no plot details available, but the trade notes that the story has to work from the original L. Frank Baum novel "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz" and not the Victor Fleming-directed The Wizard of Oz. This is because the book is in public domain but the movie is still owned by MGM. The report doesn't say anything about Raimi potentially coming back as a director? There are only a few directors that have actually managed to complete a Hollywood trilogy, and Raimi has already done it twice with Evil Dead and Spider-Man. Could he go for the hat trick?

Watch Beyond The Hills Online Would you want him to? Or would you rather see him branch off in another direction and try something else, like Drag Me To Hell? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below. Earlier Katey expressed her disappointment in the Victory Portrait that was released for Gale - saying "his presence in this series is entirely nonsensical" - but now we get the portrait that Catching Fire fans have really wanted to see: Sam Claflin as Finnick Odair. Check it out below, courtesy of MTV. Granted, this actually isn't the first time we've seen an image of Finnick, as he was previously featured in THIS official still, but this is the first time he's actually facing the camera and wearing one of the Capitol's ridiculous get-ups. How strange it must be to live in a world where's its fashionable to wear pirate shirts and jester pants.

So who could be next? We've seen Effie Trinket (Elizabeth Banks), Caesar Flickerman (Stanley Tucci), Cinna (Lenny Kravitz), Haymitch Abernathy (Woody Harrelson), Katniss Everdeen (Jennifer Lawrence), Peeta Mellark (Josh Hutcherson), Johanna Mason (Jena Malone), and Beetee (Jeffrey Wright), but there are still a few missing names on that list. Could we soon see Philip Seymour Hoffman as Plutarch Heavensbee, Toby Jones' Claudius Templesmith or Donald Sutherland back as President Snow? Perhaps we shall find out soon. Directed by Francis Lawrence, who takes over the director's chair from Gary Ross, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire finds Katniss and Peeta celebrated as heroes for winning the 74th annual Hunger Games, but find trouble the next year. With the 75th year comes the Quarter Quell, a year where the rules for The Hunger Games change and anything can happen. And that's how the winning duo from District 12 find themselves back in the arena.

Three days ago, Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu’s Birdman barely seemed real due to the left field aspect of its ensemble comedy notion being worlds away from the trauma-filled drama of his earlier films (such as Amores Perros, 21 Grams and Blutiful). But the influx of an amazing cast has catapulted the film back into everyone’s consciousness this week. The latest name on Birdman’s roster, according to Deadline, is U.K. actress Andrew Riseborough, perhaps best known to U.S. audiences for her work in Mike Leigh’s 2007 dramedy Happy-Go-Lucky or Mark Romanek’s 2010 love triangle romance Never Let Me Go. She’ll soon be appearing with Tom Cruise in the sci-fi epic Oblivion; and in the horror Hidden with Alexander Skarsgåard, whom she’ll also co-star with in Henry Alex Rubin’s Disconnect. Somewhere in all that is the crime story Welcome to the Punch with James McAvoy and Mark Strong. It’s safe to say if she’s not already a household name, she’ll be well on her way by the end of 2013.

Jason Bateman has plenty of experience dealing with difficult matriarchs. As Michael Bluth on Arrested Development he found himself going toe to toe with Jessica Walter's Lucille. In the upcoming film This is Where I Leave You Bateman once again finds himself dealing with a dysfunctional family, only this time it's Jane Fonda who is contributing to his grief. According to Deadline, the veteran actress is now in talks to join the cast of the Shawn Levy-directed comedy, which is also set to star Tina Fey and Corey Stoll. The film is based on Jonathan Tropper’s 2009 novel and is about a family that is forced back together to mourn the death of their father. Should Fonda sign on for the film she will play the "newly widowed Hillary Foxman," the mother of the three aforementioned actors' characters.