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News Shorts: September 17th 2012

By Garth Franklin Monday September 17th 2012 09:33AM
News Shorts: September 17th 2012

Six new stills from The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, amongst which is a first look at former "Doctor Who" star Sylvester McCoy as the wizard Radagast the Brown. The next trailer, which runs 2mins 25sec, is scheduled to debut online this coming Wednesday in celebration of Tolkien Week.

New stills include the first shot of Rosamund Pike in Jack Reacher, the first shot of Kenneth Branagh in Jack Ryan, and a bunch of photos from Steven Spielberg's Lincoln.

Set photos of a Jennifer Lawrence, a blond Josh Hutcherson, and a shirtless Sam Claflin prepping for The Hunger Games: Catching Fire; Simon Pegg filming Edgar Wright's The World's End; Bradley Cooper filming The Hangover Part III, and Jeremy Renner shooting James Gray's The Nightingale.

New posters for Wreck-It Ralph, Cloud Atlas, End of Watch, Mama, Atlas Shrugged: Part II, the Halloween re-release, the five-film marathon The Complete Twilight Saga, and a new UK one-sheet for Skyfall.

"ITV1 in the UK drew 8.64 million viewers and a 34.6% share for the 90-minute third season premiere of 'Downton Abbey' on Sunday night…" (full details)

"New Line has acquired "The Conjuring" scribes Carey and Chad Hayes' western pitch "Redemption" for John Rickard to produce…" (full details)

"Lionsgate and Miramax will release the Blu-ray set 'Tarantino XX: 8-Film Collection' on November 20th. The just announced set celebrates Quentin Tarantino’s twenty years so far as a filmmaker and includes his seven films thus far as director along with Tony Scott's "True Romance" which he wrote…" (full details)

"Amazon Studios has acquired "Che" co-scribe Benjamin A. van der Veen's script "Burma Rising". The story is described as a hard-edged action movie about mercenaries who have to extricate themselves from a difficult situation in Southeast Asia…" (full details)

"Paul Thomas Anderson's 'The Master' opened on several screens on Friday and pulled in an incredible $145,949 per-theater average, the best limited release ever for a live-action film…" (full details)

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