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Syfy Adapting Dan Simmons’ Epic Novel Hyperion!

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Dan Simmons’ epic sci-fi novel Hyperion is being developed as an event series by Syfy. Bradley Cooper and Todd Phillips (22nd and Green) will executive produce with Graham King (GK Films).

Boardwalk Empire’s Itamar Moses will write the series.

The story follows seven pilgrims who set out on a quest to find the answers to the ‘unsolved riddles of their lives’ – just as the entire galaxy sits on the verge of Armageddon. For further details, follow the jump.

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First Look: UK Gangster Flick London Boulevard!

In the criminally underseen In Bruges, Colin Farrell won a Golden Globe for his portrayal of a hitman. In the upcoming London Boulevard – which hits UK screens later this month – he returns to that kind of role as he plays an ex-con turned celebrity bodyguard [Keira Knightley plays the celebrity] whose past [in the form of Ray Winstone’s godfather-like character] won’t leave him be. Think of of it as a UK mash-up of In Bruge, The Godfather and The Bodyguard. It’s also the directorial debut by Academy Award-winning [for The Departed] screenwriter  William Monahan, who also wrote the script. Sounds like a lot of fun to me.