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Paul Feig's Ghostbusters Get Names

We’ve just gotten a little bit more news on the upcoming Ghostbusters movie with the reveal of the names of the characters. Paul Feig himself has been making a lot of reveals through his Twitter and now we know exactly who we’re gonna call. Oh come on that was funny. Let’s get to it.

Hot 50 Shades of Grey Casting News: Charlie Hunnam Is Christian Grey, Dakota Johnson Is Anastasia Steele

Oh my gawd the epic search is finally over! The great hunt for Christian Grey from the deliciously scandalous #1 New York Times Bestselling phenom 'Fifty Shades of Grey' by author E. L. James has been successful. Charlie Hunnam from hit TV show Sons of Anarchy and giant robot movie Pacific Rim has been cast as the iconic, wondroulsy damaged yet sensitive and sexy as hell billionaire playboy Christian Grey. Dakota Johnson (The Social Network, 21 Jump Street) has been cast as Shades main character Anastasia Steele, Christian's leading lady and serious love interest. The question is, are they hot enough for you? Come on in and let Cinelinx show you just how hot it the buzz really is.

Ayelet Zurer Now Cast to Portray Superman's Birth Mother

If the headline seems vaguely familiar to you, don't worry, you're not going crazy.  Julia Ormond had already been hired to play the role of Lara Lor-Van (Superman's Kryptonian mother) some time ago and we had reported on that back then, but now Zurer is taking over the role in Man of Steel.

The Hunger Games: Who Will Be Peeta Mellark?

The Hunger Games now has a lead in Jennifer Lawrence, who has been cast as central character Katniss Everdeen in the book adaptation.  But if you thought that would be the ending of The Hunger Games casting rumors, speculation, and anticipation, you'd be wrong.  There's two young males to be cast, and shortlist for both have been released.  We will examine both of them.

First, we'll start off with the most important male character in the cast; young Peeta Mallark, love interest to Katniss Everdeen.

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