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Posted on Monday, February 21st, 2011 by Peter Sciretta
The King’s Speech and Black Swan have both passed $100 million at the domestic box office. [wrap]
WGAW board members claim that Comcast want “to destroy’ the Writers Guild of America. [wrap]
BleedingCool has photos from India’s 1st Annual Comic-Con.
Tim Burton‘s editor Chris Lebenzon talked to THR about Frankenweenie at the ACE Eddie Awards:
“It is a very sensitive movie, it speaks to a lot of our childhood fantasies,” Lebenzon said, “The theme is the same — the boy brings his dog back to life. In this one he gets the idea from a certain place, he has a lot of friends who do the same thing, they’re in a big contest. I think it has grown to be more of a feature world.”
This is the first behind the scenes photo of Jeri Ryan from the Vancouver set of the Mortal Kombat: Rebirth web series. [cbr]
Screenrant has an article about how director Kenneth Branagh has tried to make Thor as accessible to mainstream audiences as possible.
Edgar Wright has posted an English-translation of the Japanese Scott Pilgrim vs. The World movie poster (which features a different title than the US release).
Watch the the first teaser trailer for the X-Men anime.