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    Watch: Chloe Sevigny Plays a Transsexual Contract Killer in 'Hit & Miss'

    "It's a man's world" as the song goes, though Mia, played by Chloë Sevigny in the British series "Hit & Miss," is looking to change that. Sevigny (as you may guess from the way she adjusts her tuck) plays a pre-op transsexual hit person in the six-part ...

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    Barry Diller Gives $30 Million to Motion Picture & Television Fund

    Barry Diller Gives $30 Million to Motion Picture & Television Fund

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    Rebecca Hall Enters 'A Promise' Period Romance with French Helmer Patrice Leconte

    French director Patrice Leconte ("The Widow of St. Pierre") will direct Rebecca Hall in "A Promise," his first English language film. The romantic drama, set in Germany just prior to World War I, is adapted from Stefan Zweig's novella "Journey to the Past." The stor...

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    Participant Media Grabs North American Rights to Diego Luna's Cesar E. Chavez Biopic

    Participant Media has acquired all North American rights to the biographical drama “Chavez,” directed by Diego Luna and starring Michael Peña as labor organizer Cesar E. Chavez. The Canana Films project is currently filming in Sonora, Mexico.

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    Second Broadcast Film Critics Television Awards Nominations Led By NBC and HBO, Olyphant, Dunham, Louie C.K. Get Noms

    The Broadcast Television Journalists Association have made their nominations for the 2nd annual Critics’ Choice Television Awards. Winners will accept their prizes on Monday, June 18th at the BTJA awards dinner at the Beverly Hilton Hotel. NBC led the broadcast network field with 14 nomin...

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    Watch: Channing Tatum Has Moves Like Jagger In 4 TV Spots For 'Magic Mike' Plus New Poster For The Film

    Aside from the smash hit "The Vow" (which also happened to star Channing Tatum) there hasn't been much variety for the ladies who don't necessarily want to see to see superheroes, crude comedy or lots of explosions. But the promise of romance, comedy and yes, lots of attractive men...

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    TV Dial: Poster For 'Breaking Bad' Season 5; 'Spartacus' Ending After Third Season; 3 Clips From 'True Blood' & More

    One show is ending, two more are coming and other is getting a black-and-white rerun in this round-up of small screen news....

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    Happy Pride Month: Here's 43 Great LGBT Films To Help You Celebrate

    This June marks the 43rd anniversary of the Stonewall Riots, the iconic New York City uprising that played a considerable role in the pioneering years of the gay and lesbian rights movement. Mass LGBT pride celebrations will be happening all over as a result, but you can also go no further than your...

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    Short Drama "Deluge" Explores African Americans' Relationships to Water (Fundraising)

    10 days left for filmmaker Nijla Mumin to reach the funding campaign goal for her project, Deluge, which we first alerted you to at the end of April. June 14th is the deadline, so make a contribution if you can.

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    What Did We Just Watch?: Bonkers NSFW Video For The Flaming Lips & Erykah Badu's "The First Time I Ever Saw Your Face"

    Musician Erykah Badu is certainly no stranger to controversy, and the psychedelic rock quartert The Flaming Lips are certainly no strangers to being, well, strange. So perhaps it’s not surprising that the mixture of the two would make for an entirely unwholesome blend of the odd and gratuitous...

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