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Film Actually News 23-07-2012

Welcome to the brand new Film Actually News for July 23rd, 2012. This week: Mads Mikkelsen out of Thor 2, Kenneth Branagh in Jack Ryan, Sam Raimi out of World of Warcraft, Jackie Earl Haley in Robocop… oh yeah, and Joss Whedon spoke at Comic-Con. All this plus the new teaser trailer to Man of Steel and much more!

Hosts: David McVay & Richard Gray

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The world may not be ready for 48fps and Peter Jackson may know it.

Jackie Earl Haley is joining the Robocop cast

Joss Whedon Spoke at Comic-Con about stuff… and that is always interesting.

Kenneth Branagh casts himself as villain in Jack Ryan?

Due to Schedule conflicts Mads Mikkelsen will not be in Thor 2

The Wolverine to rip up Sydney next week

Sam Raimi not directing World of Warcraft movie

Hulk TV still going forward

We end the show today with the new trailer for Man of Steel

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