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    Tom Hardy has officially signed on to play the one and only Elton John in Rocket Pictures' biopic Rocketman. Known for his role as Bane in The Dark Knight Rights, the actor comes as a surprise to those who hoped Justin Timberlake would land the role. At one point, John revealed that the "Suit & Tie" singer was high on his wish list for potential actors. The upcoming film, slated to start shooting in fall 2014, will tell the story of Sir Elton's life as a young prodigy (then known as Reg Dwight) all the way to becoming an Oscar- and Grammy-winning musician.
    Thor: The Dark World 's Alan Taylor hasn't officially admitted that he's attached to the reboot of the Terminator movie franchise yet, but that hasn't stopped him taking about how he'd approach the reboot if, you know, it wasn't just a rumor. "I think that's a specific case of two wonderful films at the beginning and two films that came later which were less wonderful," Taylor said.
    Lily Collins is getting another shot at those demons. After getting postponed due to the lackluster box office performance of its predecessor, "The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones," production on "The Mortal Instruments: City of Ashes" is back on. That's good news for the 24-year-old English actress, who will reprise her role as supernatural teen Clary Fray for the second film adaptation in in Cassandra Clare's bestselling fantasy series.
    Angelina Jolie is hard at work directing her film by chatting up her crew members on the set of her new film Unbroken! The actor turned director was spotted on Monday in Australia after she spent a couple of weeks scouting for locations to film, all while causing a media frenzy. This marks the second movie the Oscar winning actress will direct and we have no doubt that it'll translate to an inspiring film on-screen. Others in the industry, like actress Jacqueline Bisset say they admire her creativity.