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Jul 21 2013

Links: Ava,Spidey,Kruger,and The World's Finest

Vulturesays goodbye to Ryan Gosling as he begins his break from on-screen acting postOnly God Forgives.But it's not over.It's never over.
Laughing Squidawesome movie-themed wedding invitations.Seriously clever!
In ContentionKris is ecstatic over the news thatMan of Steel 2will include Batman;"The World's Finest"will finally share the screen.
Pajibaon 20 reasons they're sad to be missing Comic-Con

NPRextremely negative review of a book about Ava Gardner that she didn't want published
PlaybillRose Byrne might play "Grace"inAnnie.That's the "We Got Annie!"assistant to Daddy Warbucks played by Ann Reinking in the previous film version
Movie City News33 Weeks to Oscar - a season without a frontrunner?
Greg in Hollywoodthinks this year's Emmy list is the gayest ever -- so many out TV stars these days
New Zealand Heraldappreciates Diane Kruger's  terrific recent run of career-elevating parts
New Zealand Herald-- I'm double-dipping (thx Morgan) since they're into actresses right now -- talks to Nicole Kidman about her recent roles andGrace of Monaco
i09has a ton of details from the Marvel Panel at Comic-Con including newCaptain America Winter Soldierfootage and theGuardians of the Galaxypanel and the Avengers sequel has been titled.It'sAvengers: The Age of Ultron.

Peter 'Garfield' Parker
Huffington Posttruly fun interview with Andrew Garfield at Comic-Con who is delightfully candid about his years locked into playing Spidey.

And here he is at Comic-Con delighting the crowd...

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I get so tired of desperate,greedy publishers feeding off the corpses of great stars.There appears to be little point in this glorified tabloid than to pick apart a beautiful icon to sell a few books.Sad.Ava stated she didn't want it published,so her family's lack of conscience is nauseating.She moved to Europe to have some peace in her later years.I hope she found it.Stars may give away their right to privacy while they're alive.But they should at least get some afterward.

July 21,2013 | Unregistered Commenterbrookesboy

Diane Kruger DID nail it in "Farewell,My Queen"!Even after being great in "Inglorious Basterds,"I wouldn't have predicted she had it in her.

July 21,2013 | Unregistered CommenterBVR

Really?Look,the idea of a Batman/Superman film?It's a great one if you've got the characters right.It's like a massive budget buddy film,both very competent at what they do but with vastly different views of the world.Problem: If it's Nolan Batman (whether JGL (and it's probably going to wind being JGL) or Bale) and Nolan/Goyer/Snyder "Superman"there's not going to be any of the true fun of conflicting ideologies because they have the same tortured,angsty and cynical viewpoint.

July 21,2013 | Unregistered CommenterVolvagia

From the Diane Kruger article,'played brilliantly by Palme d'Or-winning French actress Lea Seydoux...' I will never grow tired of reading this.

July 21,2013 | Unregistered CommenterWill h

"Love is Nothing"by Lee Server is an astounding biography of Ava Gardner;it reads just like a novel.I also really enjoyed "Grabtown Girl"by Doris Cannon,which basically chronicles Gardner's childhood in North Carolina and the many visits she would make home to visit family,with and without the men in her life.Fascinating stuff.

Eva Green needs to be cast in the biopic.Now.

July 21,2013 | Unregistered CommenterTyler

I loved the Garfield interview!Especially the part when he aknowledges that any Spiderman movie would make millions without really trying.

July 22,2013 | Unregistered CommenterJames T

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