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    Watch: The Trailer for 'True Blood' Season Six Finds Humanity at War With the Vampires

    "True Blood" returns to HBO for its sixth season on June 16, its first without creator Alan Ball ("Six Feet Under") in the role of showrunner (though he'll continue to serve as an executive producer).

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    Review: 'What Maisie Knew' Is Deeply Affecting, Hard To Watch

    It’s often an easy way to handicap your film, by centering it on a child character and demanding a great deal from the young actor. By definition, children are not fully-formed people, but a character in a film must be either fully-formed to yield proper dramatic results, or so uniquely authentic th...

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    ‘True Blood’ Star Alexander Skarsgard The Latest Rumored Name For ‘The Crow’ Reboot

    The sewers are running white with face paint, as “The Crow” reboot has led a series of actors, from Bradley Cooper to James McAvoy, into discussions of slathering it on for the lead role. “The Avengers” star Tom Hiddleston was the latest name to arise as a possibility, but now it seems another actor...

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    Watch: The Unexpected Is The Advantage In New Trailer For 'The East'

    The risk of going undercover (especially in the movies) is that you can go so deep that you can't come up again. And that threat forms the crux of "Sound Of My Voice" director Zal Batmanglij's latest tale of infiltration, "The East." Only this time, it's coming with a zeitgeist-worthy twist.

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    New Photos Of Brit Marling, Ellen Page & Alexander Skarsgård In 'The East'

    Actor/writer Brit Marling and director/writer Zal Batmanglij -- the creative team behind the smart little indie "The Sound Of My Voice" -- are just getting started, but their sophomore effort is about to arrive and it's hopefully the second chapter in a long line of collaborations. The duo employ ge...

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    Review: ‘Disconnect’ Is ‘Crash’ For The Web Era, And Even More Dismal Than That Sounds

    Many writers say they prefer not to start the writing process with a theme in mind – they simply let it emerge organically from their plot or characters. But then, plenty of films have gone the other way. The multi-strand, interconnected drama revolving around a particular subject or theme, like Ste...

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    DISCONNECT

    At a time when so many movies offer nothing but escape, it’s refreshing to encounter one that has something to say about modern society, and a great cast to bring it to life.

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    Warner Bros. Shutting Down 'Tarzan' Production Office, Might Try To Make It In 2014

    Looks like Warner Bros. is pulling an "Akira," "Paradise Lost" and "Arthur & Lancelot" on "Tarzan." The studio, which famously shut down all of those aforementioned films while they were in pre-production, is doing the same thing with "Tarzan" for pretty much same reason: money, money, money.

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    Watch: Trust No One Else In Clip From 'Disconnect' Plus New Pics Of Marc Jacobs, Jason Bateman, Alexander Skarsgard & More

    A sprawling tale set against the backdrop of bits and bytes, filmmaker Henry Alex Rubin -- the Oscar-nominated director of the documentary "Murderball" -- tackles the internet age in his first feature in seven years, "Disconnect." It heads to theaters this weekend and a new clip from the movie has d...

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    Watch: Julianne Moore and Steve Coogan Battle for Their Daughter in Trailer for 'What Maisie Knew'

    While the works of Henry James wouldn't necessarily seem to lend themselves well to being contemporized, it's still surprising that his "What Maisie Knew" has never had a major film adaptation before, as it remains a pretty unflinching look at post-divorce child upbringing through the eyes of the ti...

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