• Magnolia Pictures continues to make acquisitions at this year's Berlin Film Festival, their latest pick-up being a Norwegian thriller about an art thief called 'Headhunters.'

  • Fred Durst has cast Paul Walker as the lead in his next directorial effort, 'Pawn Shop Chronicles,' which one of the film's producers describes as "a hillbilly 'Pulp Fiction.'"

  • According to B-D, Juan Carlos Fresnadillo ('28 Weeks Later') is meeting with Relativity Media about taking the director's chair on a remake of 'The Crow.'



  • Gordon and the Whale have got the premiere of the poster and trailer for Clay Lifords' 'Wuss,' which will be premering at this year's SXSW.

  • Al Pacino will star in 'Masterpiece,' a biopic about the French artist Henri Matisse.

  • The Goya Awards, forever dubbed Spain's Oscars, happened yesterday, with 'Black Bread' ('Pa Negre') taking home nine wins.


  • Everyone talked about the digital face-replacement technology that was used for the Winklevoss twins in 'The Social Network.' Well, check out this behind-the-scenes video that shows you how the filmmakers pulled it off. [via Vulture]


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