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Swipe File: True Blood And Psychology Today

Got a tip on a potential swipe file from the very same magazine shelf. We start with a recent issue of Entertainment Weekly featuring Stephen Moyer and Anna Paquin. And then Psychology Today using a slightly less famous couple. I’m …

Rogue Is In X-Men: Days Of Future Past After All, And Her “Cameo” Is Actually Crucial

So earlier reports that Rogue is completely out of X-Men: Days of Future Past may have been exaggerated.

So Is Rogue In Days Of Future Past Or Not?

I don’t know if he’s had a change of heart, has come under orders from Fox or just overlooked a detail when making his original claims, but Singer has now changed his story.

Kitty Pryde Versus Rogue in X-Men: Days of Future Past

Shaun Leonard writes: We won’t see Rogue in Days of Future Past. There are many reasons her Xclusion from the sequel makes sense, the most plot-centric of which being the fact that her character took the mutant cure in X-Men: …

Rogue Cut From X-Men: Days Of Future Past

She had only filmed one scene, which became extraneous.

True Blood To End With Seventh Season In 2014

I’ve never much cared for True Blood but I’ll at least agree that Anna Paquin is magnificent. Okay, that she was magnificent in Margaret. And The Piano.

X-Men: Days Of Future Past Casting – Page, Paquin And Ashmore In, Jones And Byrne Maybe Not

Rogue? Present. Iceman? Present. Kitty Pryde? Present. Emma Frost? Emma Frost? Emma Frost? Bueller? Bueller? Bueller?

Finally! A Trailer For Kenneth Lonergan’s Margaret With Anna Paquin And Matt Damon

Let’s do the time warp again. This is the first trailer for Margaret, a film that Kenneth Lonergan wrapped in 2005 but  which is only now seeing a release. Along the way, many different edits of the film were made, …

Finally Coming To Cinemas – Margaret, With Matt Damon, Anna Paquin And Mark Ruffalo

It’s been the best part of seven years since Kenneth Lonergan wrapped on Margaret, but countless edits. Contractually obliged to be deliver a film of two hours or less, Lonergan was finding it very difficult to fashion a film he …