Screen Actors Guild GraphicThe King's Speech was bestowed with honor at last night's presentation of the 17th Annual Screen Actors Guild awards held at the Shrine Exposition Center in Los Angeles.

Javier Bardem in James Bond picLooks like Javier Bardem's bad-to-the-bone depiction of Anton Chagur in 2007's No Country for Old Men was evil enough to get the attention of MGM execs as it's now being reported by Deadline that the Spanish actor's badass'ness' is wanted as the villain in the upcoming, as-of-yet-unnamed James Bond #23 film recently set for a November 9, 2012 release.

Tom Hooper DGA AwardsNo surprise from L.A.'s Grand Ballroom at Hollywood & Highland last night as Tom Hooper was honored with the DGA's Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film for The King's Speech.

Henry Cavill is SupermanBuzz has been brewing lately about who will don the red cape and soar to the skies as The Man of Steel in Zack Snyder's upcoming reboot of the Superman franchise. Well, we can finally put the rumor mill to rest with word coming down today via Deadline that Warner Bros and Legendary Pictures have named British actor Henry Cavill as Clark Kent and Superman.

Mark Zuckerberg on SNLThe New York Post is reporting - ok, it's the Page Six gossip column of The New York Post, but still - that NBC is attempting to get Mark Zuckerberg to make a cameo appearance on its live late night television sketch comedy show, Saturday Night Live alongside, get this, Jesse Eisenberg who portrayed the Facebook founder in the oscar-nominated film, The Social Network.

Charlie Sheen HospitalizedTMZ.com is reporting that actor Charlie Sheen was rushed to the hospital early this morning with what a hospital official deemed a "serious" condition.

Joe Manganiello Super ManAn unnamed source has suggested that True Blood's own werewolf, Joe Manganiello, is currently being considered for the coveted role of Superman in the Christopher Nolan-produced reboot to be directed by Zack Snyder.

Peter Jackson The HobbitStudio bankruptcy, labor disputes, and casting problems apparently weren't bad-ass enough to to stand in the way of finally getting production of The Hobbit underway. But looks like an ulcer is.

Netflix LogoMany Netflix pundits, critics and long-time subscribers have been waiting with baited breath for the results of the movie/TV content provider's fourth quarter earnings report. Not because we're geeky bean-counters looking to analyze the net income EPS as weighed against previous years' key metrics, but rather because many long-time subscribers are concerned with the recent direction the company has taken.

Annie with Willow SMithColumbia Pictures recently released a publicity statement confirming that Overbrook Entertainment - owned by James Lassiter, Ken Stovitz and Jada Pinkett and Will Smith - is teaming up with Jay-Z's Roc Nation record label to produce a remimagination of the classic Broadway musical, Annie as a venue to showcase the talents of Smith progeny, Willow.

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