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    TV: Judd Apatow May Be Headed To 'Hulu,' Natasha Lyonne Books 'Girls' & More

    While many have been happy unplugging their traditional cable to just stream stuff online, the way things are shaping up, it looks like we'll just be spending that money anyway on a variety of streaming services. With Netflix leading the pack, and Amazon making some big strides, Hulu now wants thei...

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    Richard Lester Talks The Beatles in Newly Restored Mod Classic 'A Hard Day's Night'

    If "A Hard Day's Night" didn't exist, someone at MTV might have tried to invent it by now. But it does exist, thank heaven, and it remains as vibrantly fresh as ever, more inventive and exhilarating than 99.9 percent of the music clips introduced by cable VJs.

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    Pauline Kael's House Is for Sale

    The house once owned by the legendary New Yorker critic is decorated with murals that may be worth more than the structure itself.

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    WATCH: James McAvoy & Jessica Chastain Are Lovers Torn Asunder in 'Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby' Trailer

    At last, the trailer has arrived for Ned Benson's hotly buzzed-about two-hander romance "The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby," starring James McAvoy and Jessica Chastain as lovers in a rough patch. Is it an Oscar contender?

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    Interview With 'Eugenia & John' Filmmakers at Champs Elysee

    I met and liked this interesting Iranian couple in Paris last week when their feature dramatic film "Eugenia & John" showed in the US In Progress section at Champs Elysee Film Festival.

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    Karen Leigh Hopkins' Tribeca Film Miss Meadows Finds Distribution

    The Katie Holmes-as-a-gun-toting-vigilante star vehicle will arrive in theaters this fall.

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    6 LGBT Docs You Should Watch (For Free!) On SnagFilms This Pride Weekend

    Six LGBT docs you should watch (for free!) on SnagFilms this Pride weekend.

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    $8.8M Thursday Night Sets "Transformers" Up For Weekend Grab Of Close To $100 Million

    I will admit to being rather perplexed by "Transformers: Age of Extinction". It has all the street cred of a big summer tentpole...Michael Bay, a bankable star in Mark Wahlberg, great special effects and a built in audience. Yet it appears that the film won't crack the $100 barrier as the film's T...

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    Redemption Trail Director Britta Sjogren Talks About Her Modern-Day, Northern Californian Feminist Western

    "It was interesting to think about how to recast the men as representatives of hearth and home, whereas the women are wary of the loss of freedom that comes with commitment."

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    Watch: Humans Are Given A Warning In Clip From 'Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes' Plus New Featurette

    Things have really gone downhill for humans since "Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes." The sequel catches up to the story a decade later, after a virus has wiped out most of the population, leaving primates to rule. And not only that, they've grown smart and sharper in the interim time as well. But her...

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    Trailers from Hell and Oren Peli Catch 'The Andromeda Strain'

    Today on Trailers from Hell, "Paranormal Activity" writer/director Oren Peli appraises Robert Wise's understated 1971 diseased panic film "The Andromeda Strain."

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    WATCH: Knightley, Rockwell and Moretz Shack Up In Trailer for Lynn Shelton's 'Laggies' (NEW POSTER)

    The fine track record that Seattle filmmaker Lynn Shelton had established with “Humpday” and “Your Sister’s Sister” met a speed bump “Touchy Feely,” which attracted mixed reviews. (Here's TOH's interview with Shelton and star Rosemarie DeWitt.) Her latest title “Laggies" was scooped up by A24 at Sun...

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    Watch 'Free Swim' - Documentary on the Paradox of Coastal People Not Knowing How to Swim

    It documents the essence of daily life in a coastal region, avoiding both a romantic vision of island lifestyle and an overly academic approach to environmental and public health topics.

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    Watch: A Gaunt & Desperate Jake Gyllenhaal In A Viral Teaser For ‘Nightcrawler’

    You may remember earlier this year seeing a rather rail-thin Jake Gyllenhaal at red carpets and other public appearances. You also might remember reports that the actor had to go to the hospital because he had badly cut his hand with glass after punching a mirror. No, this wasn’t the sign of Hollywo...

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    Daily Reads: 'Under the Skin' Subverts the Male Gaze, 'Boyhood's" Use of 35mm and More

    Plus: Why Radiohead's music is used in movies so badly, and the trouble with film preservation and "Star Wars."

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    Watch: Chloë Moretz Decides On Life In New Trailer For 'If I Stay'

    When you're a teenager, everything feels like it's life or death; each decision has an irrevocable ripple effect that you will experience forever. But in "If I Stay," the very decision to stay alive (or not) hangs in the balance, and it's a choice that Chloë Moretz will have to make.

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    Half of Sarajevo Film Fest Doc Contenders Directed by Women

    The films deal with a variety of issues, including the status of refugees ("Evaporating Borders"), corruption in Communist regimes ("Uncle Tony, Three Fools and the Secret Service"), and the brave women of Tahrir Square ("Private Revolutions - Young, Female, Egyptian").

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    First Reviews: The Rock's 'Hercules'

    "Good, idiotic matinee entertainment" or "decidedly non-legendary"?

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    LatinoBuzz: Call for Mexican Projects in Development and Post

    As part of its commitment to support national cinematography production Gabriel Figueroa Film Fund offers on its second year in a row a grand total of USD $138,240 to Mexican projects.

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