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    Abdellatif Kechiche Decides On Next Film, Will Shoot 'La Blessure' This Summer

    Following his critically acclaimed "Blue Is The Warmest Color," director Abdellatif Kechiche toyed with a few ideas for this follow-up. He talked about an extended cut of his lesbian romance film, a potential biopic of '70s porn star Marilyn Chambers, and a film about Héloïse & Abélard. But now he's...

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    TV: The Maya Rudolph Show to Debut in May

    With co-star Kristen Bell and musical guest Janelle Monae!

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    'Transcendence' Review Roundup: Mind-Blowing, or Just Brain-Dead?

    Reviews are in for Wally Pfister's directorial debut "Transcendence," the ambitious sci-fi film starring Johnny Depp as a scientist whose efforts to create the ultimate artificial intelligence machine land him square in the middle of an ideological war.

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    11 Lessons From Time Out's Top 100 Animated Movies of All Time

    Wes Anderson's favorite anime, H.R. Giger's soft side, and other thing we learned from Time Out's list of animation's greatest.

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    Anna Paquin Back In 'X-Men: Days Of Future Past,' 3 Still-Unrevealed Mutant Cameos To Come

    So last night we got the final trailer for "X-Men: Days Of Future Past," but less than a day later, even more from the movie has arrived, with Fox planning to spend the next four weeks ensuring their comic book sequel is a massive hit. And it looks like yet another mutant is (re)joining the fold.

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    Exclusive Trailer: Watch the Hottest Girl in the Bar Get Picked Up With Help From 'APP'

    Heading to Tribeca this year is new short film about love and technology. "APP" follows Paul, a shy engineer who has just invented an app to function as a virtual wing-woman in social venues and nights out. The problem is, he needs investors - and in order to land one, he must prove his app's aptitu...

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    T.D. Jakes' Expanding Media Empire Includes Projects From Angela Bassett, Regina King, Antoinette Tuff Biopic, More

    T.D. Jakes' Expanding Media Empire Includes Projects From Angela Bassett, Regina King, Antoinette Tuff Biopic, More

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    10 Movies Turned Into TV Shows

    Last night saw the arrival of "Fargo" on FX, the second attempt (after a very shortlived late-90s version starring Edie Falco in the role that won Frances McDormand an Oscar) to bring the Coen Brothers' beloved comedy-drama to the small screen. Unlike that version, this is something "inspired" by ra...

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    Tribeca Women Directors: Meet Jennifer Grausman (Art and Craft)

    "I couldn't stop thinking about it: what kind of art forger donates his work to museums instead of selling it?"

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    Women are Starved For Choice at the Movies and Here's the Evidence

    The anticipation levels towards 'Magic Mike XXL' reveal just how few movies are geared towards women

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