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Welcome to the brand new Film Actually News for January 29th, 2012. This week “Iron Sky” heads to the Berlin Film Festival, Aronofsky’s “Noah” is moving ahead, “The Amazing Spider-Man” gets a synopsis and sneak peaks, Ferris Bueller is back, “Lovelace” changes cast again and is Guy Pearce really trying to be the next Snake Plisskin?
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“Chronicle” director Josh Tank answers the rumours about the “Fantastic Four” reboot
James McAvoy and Andrew Strong co-star in “Welcome to the Punch”
Darren Aronofsky’s “Noah” is looking like it has a start date.
Matthew Broderick returns to Ferris Bueller… kinda.
Sony will Sneak Peak parts of The Amazing Spider-Man Feb 6th.
“Iron Sky” is finished and it is heading to Berlin!
Sarah Jessica Parker replaces Demi Moore as Gloria Steinem in “Lovelace”.
Guy Pearce in a new bad-ass action role? Sure, why not. Here is the trailer for “Lockout”
Sony releases the official synopsis for “The Amazing Spider-Man”
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