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Kevin Spacey cut from Hollywood movie “All The Money In The World”

In an unprecedented bold move, director Ridley Scott, along with Imperative Entertainment’s Dan Friedkin and Bradley Thomas have decided to remove Kevin Spacey from their finished movie All The Money In The World. Christopher Plummer has been set to replace Spacey in the role of J Paul Getty. Re-shoots of the key scenes are expected to commence immediately.

Blade Runner 2049 is here! (official trailer)

Ridley Scott’s 1982 movie “Blade Runner” is arguably in a class of its own in the sci-fi genre. The direction, the mood, the visuals, the acting accompanied by that masterpiece of a soundtrack composed by Vangelis capture a dystopian Los Angeles with genetically engineered replicas. Well for all the fans that grew up with Blade Runner, get ready because the sequel is finally here.

Antalya to host Connie Nielsen

Danish actress Connie Nielsen will be one of the guests to be welcomed at the 53rd Antalya Film Festival, where she will attend the opening night. 
Nielsen's latest film "The Confessions" is one of the films to compete in the International Film Competition category. 

The film's first screening will be on Oct. 18 at 12 p.m. at the Antalya Cultural Center (AKM). 

'Revenant' leads Oscar nods with 12 amid debate on race

'The Revenant' leads 2016's Oscar nominations with 12 nods, including best picture, while gritty action movie 'Mad Max: Fury Road' lands 10Brutal frontier saga "The Revenant" leads the 88th annual Academy Awards with 12 nominations, announced on Jan. 14, while the acting categories were again filled entirely by white performers, following a backlash at last year's nominees.

'The Martian' triumphs with $55 million debut

?The Martian? marks the second best launch of Ridley Scott?s career, behind only ?Hannibal?s? $58 million debut. It is also the second best premiere for star Matt Damon?The Martian? blasted off with a massive $55 million last weekend, nearly surpassing another space-based adventure, ?Gravity,? as the highest-grossing October debut in history. 

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