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Tribeca to Open with 3D Shrek

Shrek Forever After poster

The fourth Shrek movie will be opening the Tribeca Film Festival.

- which features the voices of stars such as Mike Myers, Eddie Murphy, Cameron Diaz and Antonio Banderas - is set to be released on May 21. The comedy, the first of the series to be released in 3D, is being advertised as the final chapter.

The New York-based festival was founded in 2002 by Robert De Niro, Jane Rosenthal and Craig Hatkoff in response to the 9/11 attacks. The ninth annual event runs April 21 - May 2.

The rest of the line-up will be announced in the coming weeks.


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Moulin Rouge Tops Decade List

Moulin Rouge

Baz Luhrmann’s has been voted Best Film of the Decade in a poll conducted by LOVEFiLM.

The 2001 musical - which starred Ewan McGregor and Nicole Kidman - topped a survey of 150,000 movie fans, narrowly beating Batman epic and British zombie spoof Shaun of the Dead.

Two movies from the franchise - Fellowship of the Ring (#4) and Return of the King (#6) - also made the list.

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VIDEO: New Shrek Trailer Released!


Shrek Forever After - the last installment to the franchise - looks like much more than a re-hash of the preceding movies, if the trailer is any indication.

In the film, has been cursed, Fiona is missing and Puss has gone well past pleasantly plump. Set for a May 2010 release, the movie looks fun, fresh and very high-energy - everything fans have come to expect from Shrek.

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Casting Corner: Jake Gyllenhaal, Gwyneth Paltrow and More

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Here’s a quick look at some of the casting announcements made recently:

Jake Gyllenhaal: The Jarhead star may be prepping to play another military man in Source Code, a sci-fi thriller. The movie, which will be directed by Duncan Jones (Moon), centers on a soldier who wakes up as a commuter on a train. The passenger is forced to relive the experience again and again until the mystery behind a bombing is determined. Shooting should start in early 2010.

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Best Movie Heroes

Posted by K.C. Morgan Categories: Adventure, Animation, Classics, Casting, Lists,

Shrek and Donkey

Yesterday, we took a look at the ever to grace the big screen. But where would characters like Emperor Palpatine and Lex Luthor be without their counterparts: the movie heroes?

Today, we’ll look at the greatest heroes who ever shined on film. Will your favorite make the cut?

Shrek (Shrek, 2001; Shrek 2, 2004; Shrek the Third, 2007) voice of : He is the epitome of an unlikely hero and almost unintentionally saves the day every time. In true hero fashion, he does it all with a witty line and an unwillingness to seriously harm evildoers. What cements this animated character as a true movie hero? No hero can save the day without his trusty side quick, and Shrek has the best: Donkey (voice of Eddie Murphy).

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AFI’s 10 Top 10

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

If you were busy watching the Boston Celtic dominate the Los Angeles Lakers last night, you probably missed CBS’ latest AFI special. For this year’s countdown, a jury of “over 1,500 leaders from the creative community” helped select the ‘s Top 10 Films in 10 different genres.

You can find the titles announced in yesterday’s 3-hour special after the jump.

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Justin Timberlake Wears Little for The Love Guru

Justin Timberlake, The Love GuruJustin Timberlake, The Love Guru

Tired of seeing repeat the same schtick over and over again? Well, if you’re a fan, you may have a whole new reason to watch The Love Guru.

The film, which opens June 20th, features Myers as an American raised in India.  He is invited to the States when his self-help advice is sought.  Timberlake, who wears very little based on the preview pics, plays an athlete who has an affair with a hockey player’s wife.  As for - I believe she stars as the vacuous beauty.

Surprising fun fact?  Not including his roles in the animated Shrek films, this is Myers’ first live-action role since 2003’s A Cat in the Hat.  It only felt like he was everywhere.

You can view the Guru‘s trailer, after the jump.

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‘Toy Story’ Goes 3-D

Toy StoryNot wanting to be outdone by some real-life green ogre, the characters of will soon be stepping up their game.  Musicals, schmusicals.  They’re going 3-D.

Fourteen years after they were first introduced, a reinvigorated Woody and Buzz Lightyear will return for fans old and new.  A revamped version of their -nominated gem will hit theaters Oct. 2009 followed by a retooled a few months later.  (This will allow those who were 10 years old back in 1995 to now bring their own children with them.) 

These releases will not only create buzz for the June 2010 premiere of , it will give a jump-start on another 3-D film set for that same year:  .

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‘Shrek’ Comes to the Stage

Posted by Veronica Santiago Categories: DreamWorks, Animation, Family,

ShrekWatch out Oprah, someone else is ready to take on the world.

Despite three big screen installments, a television holiday special and two more sequels to come - just hasn’t had enough.  Hoping to milk its green cash cow for all its worth, the film company will be branching out with its ogre.  Late this summer, will make its debut.

The stage production, eventually bound for Broadway, will first make its run in Seattle before coming to the Big Apple.  This will not be the first musical to premiere in the Emerald City.  Tony-award winning Hairspray previewed in WA back in 2002; Young Frankenstein did the same in August ‘07.

The show at Seattle’s 5th Avenue Theater is scheduled to run Aug.14-Sept. 21.

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New Line Explores Animation With ‘Planet 51’

Planet 51For the first time since the company’s inception, is gearing up to release an animated film.  The $60 million was created by and written by Joe Stillman (of fame).

In case you couldn’t tell from the title, this film’s about a planet. The inhabitants therein are plagued with fear of alien invasion, a horror that is realized when Chuck Baker (an astronaut) enters their galaxy. As he tries to evade capture and return to his home planet, he makes friends with a young alien living on Planet 51.  I found every part of the plot believable until I found out the astronaut’s supposed to be from Earth. Not buying it.

The movie and complementing video game are scheduled for a 2009 release.

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