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Ant-Man Moves Up Two Weeks!

Posted by   on January 23, 2014

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Just as Warners/DC moved Superman v Batman to go head-to-head with an as yet unnamed Marvel movie, Disney/Marvel has moved Ant-Man up a couple weeks to square off against Pan – the movie that Warners slotted into the former Superman v Batman date, July 17, 2015.

That ought to be a very interesting weekend!

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Michael Douglas has stepped into some of the biggest–or should that be tiniest?–shoes of his career. The two-time Academy Award-winning actor will join director Edgar Wright and Paul Rudd in Marvel’s "Ant-Man," hitting theaters July 31, 2015. That means Paul Rudd will be playing Scott Lang.

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Ant-Man is… Paul Rudd!

Posted by   on December 19, 2013

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Marvel Entertainment has officially named Paul Rudd as the star of Edgar Wright’s long-in-gestation Ant-Man. Rudd has long been considered Marvel’s first choice for the role, though the casting only became official this evening.

Follow the jump to read the official statement from Marvel.com

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Pete and Debbie – supporting characters in Judd Apatow’s terrific Knocked Up – get their own movie and it’s something of a mixed blessing.

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Grade: B+

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After he loses his job, George and his wife Linda must moves from NYC to live with his brother in Atlanta. But on their drive south, they discover a commune right out of the 1960s. Deciding to leave the rat race behind, George and Linda give the commune life a try in WANDERLUST.

Starring Jennifer Aniston, Paul Rudd, Alan Alda and Malin Akerman.
Directed by David Wain.
Written by David Wain and Ken Marino.
Produced by Judd Apatow, Ken Marino and David Wain.
Genre: Comedy.

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Dinner for Schmucks is an American remake of a much darker French farce called Le Diner de Cons [loosely translated, The Dinner Game]. It is built around the idea that Tim Conrad [Paul Rudd] can win a promotion not because of a brilliant idea he pitches at a board meeting of Fender Financial, but by bringing the most spectacular guest to a very special dinner – a dinner where each of the company’s top executives befriends a person of “extraordinary talent” and brings them to said dinner. The catch is that “extraordinary talent” is a euphemism for “idiot.” If Tim can bring the most the spectacularly idiotic person to the dinner, he can gain his promotion.

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Grade: B

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Despite a fine performance by Reese Witherspoon, James L. Brooks’ How Do You Know is a pretty awful movie.

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Grade: D

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