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James Franco on the Oscars: "There were a lot of cooks who shouldn't have been cooking"

Anybody who saw the Oscars this year could tell something just wasn't right. From the very beginning of the show, co-hosts Anne Hathaway and James Franco were awkward and their lines were, frankly, pretty horrible. Many have blamed Franco for the debacle, saying that he looked stoned and acted too low key throughout the many sketches and gags. In the latest issue of Playboy magazine, Franco speaks up, explaining some of the backstage turmoil that led to the rather awkward Oscars telecast this year. 

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VALENTINES DAY is heavy on actors but light on love, actually


He's Just Not That Into You was a decent hit for Warner Bros. last year. It was about boys & girls, had about 10 actors in it, and was made up of a bunch of small interconnected stories. It was Love Actually without the "actually." Naturally, Warner Bros. wanted another February hit. Their idea: make the same movie again, just bigger. Valentines Day has twice as many stars (about 20), bigger names, and interweaving storylines that are more complex. It's all in an effort to teach us something about Valentines Day. What that something is, well, I don't think even the writers know. 

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Sam Raimi, Tobey Maguire out of SPIDER-MAN 4; Sony plans a complete Spider-Man reboot for 2012

Well this is sudden. Sam Raimi has left Spider-Man 4, citing an inability to finish the movie and retain his creative integrity by Sony's May 5, 2011 release date. This comes on the heels of Raimi's vocal outrage about the poor quality of the Spidey 4 script less than one week ago. Raimi and Sony executives hadn't been seeing eye to eye for a while. Executives wanted Anne Hathaway in the picture as Black Cat and weren't happy about Raimi's insistence that John Malkovich play the villain (I'm guessing it was The Vulture). Tobey Maquire and Kirsten Dunst are out as well. More details on this and the new script after the jump.

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