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'Joe' star Nicolas Cage 'could handle a venomous cottonmouth snake without protection' -- EXCLUSIVE POSTER

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Nicolas Cage is a force; you’d be hard-pressed to find someone who would deny that. But the prolific actor has been toeing the line of self-parody in the past few decades with his larger-than-life characters. In the Southern gothic Joe, director David Gordon Green gave Cage the opportunity to lose himself in a serious performance again as an impetuous, selfish ex-con who surprises himself when he becomes protective of a hard-luck kid he hires for lumber work, played by Mud‘s Tye Sheridan.

It was a somewhat unconventional choice, but, it seems to have been an inspired one as well. Cage got raves for his performance after the film premiered at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival.

Green always knew he would be perfect for Joe Ransom. “He had tremendous masculinity. He’s just in incredible shape and intimidating in stature. He also has great dramatic range as an actor. He can be in Con-Air and he can be in Leaving Las Vegas. And just for me, personally, and the manner in which I like to work…he’s a funny guy,” Green told EW.  “I like to have a good time when I’m making movies, and he seemed like a guy who would agree.”

So he invited Cage to Austin, where they drove around and talked for a few days about the role. Cage even helped Green scout locations for Prince Avalanche, which Green was about to begin production on at the time. Cage, Green said, “was so eager to reinvent himself. It felt like a great opportunity to me.” READ FULL STORY

'The Hunger Games: Mockingjay -- Part 1' gets fiery first poster

The third installment of the Hunger Games film franchise has an utterly unwieldy title (what hast thou wrought, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part 1?) — and, as of today, a cool new poster that marries the book’s memorable cover image with a healthy dose of flames. It’s also reminiscent of Catching Fire‘s first “motion poster,” as well as a similar image released way back in July 2011 to promote the first Hunger Games movie

In other words: The campaign begins as it always begins… but if Mockingjay the novel is any indication, the film’s advertisements may start treading new ground as its release date draws closer. (At the very least, Capitol Couture propaganda wouldn’t make sense for these last two movies — right?)

Check it out below — and may the odds be ever in your favor:

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'Anchorman 2': Ron Burgundy is literally a big deal in new character posters

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Ron Burgundy has his own ice cream and autobiography, and now the whole news team gets their own posters!

Paramount has released new character posters for Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues featuring Ron, Brick, Brian, and Champ getting accustomed to their new New York City dwellings. By the looks of these images, I think we can expect big things when the movie comes out Dec. 20.

See all the posters after the jump!
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'Diana' poster recreates an iconic, lonely image -- EXCLUSIVE

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Diana lived her life in front of the cameras.

The late Princess of Wales was easily one of the most visible figures of the 20th century, so it seems fitting that the first poster for Diana, starring Naomi Watts, accentuates the dichotomy of her strange public/private life in one image. The shot of Diana in the Tiffany blue swimsuit sitting at the edge of that diving board on the yacht is immediately identifiable as her. But, it was also a paparazzi photo. Somehow a moment of repose captured by an uninvited photographer became one of the most iconic images of her short life.
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'Transformers 4' gets a revealing title and a sandy poster

Four years after the war in Chicago, the Transformers may be facing extinction.

At least that’s the main takeaway from the perfectly hyperbolic new title for Michael Bay’s fourth franchise installment — Transformers: Age of Extinction. Paramount revealed the title and a brand new, sand-covered poster, Tuesday, for the Mark Walhberg-starrer that’s scheduled to hit theaters on June 27, 2014.

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'A.C.O.D.' poster premiere: Adam Scott is horrified -- EXCLUSIVE

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Adult Children of Divorce are among us. And they’re probably not as well-adjusted as they might pretend to be, according to Stu Zicherman, whose directorial debut A.C.O.D. tells the story of Carter (Adam Scott), one such product of divorce, as he helps his younger brother (Clark Duke) prepare for his wedding.

Carter owns a successful restaurant. He has a beautiful girlfriend (Mary Elizabeth Winstead). And he’s successfully managed to keep the peace in his tumultuous family life till his brother asks that he get their parents (Richard Jenkins and Catherine O’Hara), who haven’t spoken in 15 years, to attend his wedding. That’s when everything begins to unravel.

EW spoke to Zicherman about the new poster, working with the ensemble cast of veteran comedians, and being the guy to turn Amy Poehler and Adam Scott, or one of television’s cutest couples, into an antagonistic stepmother and stepson pair.
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