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    Fall Movie Pros & Cons: Robert Zemeckis' 'Flight' Starring Denzel Washington

    Over the next couple of weeks, we're casting an eye on the unknown quantities of the fall season; the films which haven't yet been unveiled at festivals, and are set to big news in multiplexes between now and the end of 2012. From what we know about them already, do they have the potential to be mas...

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    RZA Gets 'Happy!'

    As RZA's Wu-resume grows to include the title of director, it looks like the rapper isn't just going to get back behind the decks, cook up some beats and drop some mad rhymes. He sees a Wu-opportunity to keep this new Wu-avenue going, and the filmmaker is now taking on a new project.

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    Now and Then: 'Decoding Deepak,' or What the Bleep Does He Know?

    Early in "Decoding Deepak," the titular spiritualist and his filmmaker son float languidly over Thailand's Chao Phraya river delta, on their way to the former's ordination as a Buddhist monk. "Don't try to make sense of it, just roll the cameras and try to keep up," the director sighs. Mission accom...

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    Garrett Morris Talks To S&A About His Role On '2 Broke Girls' & His New Stand Up Show

    Many of you know Garrett Morris from his stint on the Jaime Foxx show, as Uncle Junior.  

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    Judd Apatow & Paul Feig Shoot Down The Prospect Of A 'Freaks & Geeks' Movie

    Holy shit, the '90s right? And while the decade that gave us grunge, gangsta rap, wallet chains, Quentin Tarantino knockoffs, Guy Ritchie knockoffs, Pogs and all kinds of other stuff, is experiencing a bit of a nostalgia wave, thanks to every indie band who released an album between 1990 and 199...

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    DOC NYC Reveals Full Lineup; 'Artifact' and 'Venus and Serena' to Open Fest

    The third edition of DOC NYC, New York's documentary film festival, will showcase a whopping 115 films and events. Opening night will kick off with the U.S. premiere of "Artifact," which follows Jared Leto's band Thirty Seconds to Mars as it battles a lawsuit against its record lab...

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    IFC Midnight Acquires Sci-Fi Thriller 'Crawlspace'

    IFC Midnight has acquired all North American rights to the sci-fi thriller “Crawlspace,” directed by Justin Dix.

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    'The Iran Job' Opens This Friday (American B-baller Goes To Play In Iran, Becomes Entangled In Politics)

    A project we first profiled in February this year, after being alerted to its Kickstarter campaign to that raised over $100,000 towards completion costs!

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    Has 'Homeland' Jumped the Shark, and Does That Matter?

    Showtime's newly Emmy-approved thriller "Homeland" is only two episodes into its second season, but this past Sunday's installment had some viewers crying foul about plausibility.

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    Music Box Films Takes U.S. Rights to Jan Troell's 'The Last Sentence'

    Music Box Films has acquired all U.S. rights to Jan Troell's "The Last Sentence," which had its world premiere at the World Film Festival in Montreal, where Troell won the best director award.

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