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    Jane Eyre - Review

    The moment you see Jane running through the Moors breathless you are sucked into her world. Jane Eyre is played by Mia Wasikowska, in another stellar performance (The Kids Are All Right,) proving she is one of the leading actresses of her generation. Jane Eyre's story has been told on films many t...

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    Details Emerge On Plot Of Guillermo Del Toro's Giant Monster Movie 'Pacific Rim'

    It's not the first time, even within recent memory, that world events have overshadowed the silly little movies that we write about, but given the terrible events in Japan and the Pacific overnight, which are still ongoing, Guillermo Del Toro's new project "Pacific Rim" is looking like a rather less...

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    Robert Luketic To Direct The Heist Pic 'Brilliant'

    Robert Luketic's film career has been a decidedly downward trajectory. He made a big splash helming the better-than-it-deserved-to-be Reese Witherspoon comedy "Legally Blonde" and ever since has made one bad picture after another, culminating in a double whammy of awful Katherine Heigl romcoms, "The...

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    First Image From Steven Spielberg's 'War Horse' Shows War, Horses

    Update: EW (print edition; not yet online) has more stills from the film which have been scanned by the folks over at The Film Stage. See below.

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    Watch: Full Trailer For J.J. Abrams' 'Super 8' Looks Flat-Out Terrific

    Summer movie season, consider yourself saved. While a few of the summer movies are yet to show their wares, most of the big movies have debuted a trailer of some kind, and most have disappointed -- "Green Lantern," "Pirates 4," "Thor," "The Hangover 2," "Cars 2," all underwhelming to one degree or ...

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    Censorship Hits the Festivals Again!

    THE FESTIVAL DIRECTORS SIGN THE LETTER BACKING THE DIRECTOR OF SITGES FESTIVAL DECLARATIONWe, the undersigned, directors of Spanish film festivals, wish, in view of the leak to the press published this weekend, to state our surprise at the legal action taken against Ángel Sala, director of the Sitges International Film Festival of Catalonia, for having included in the 2010 programme of the said event, at sessions for adults only, A Serbian Film, which it is claimed contains violent, pornographic scenes conflicting with the rights of the child.Over and above our surprise at pinning responsibility of this kind on a cultural programmer, and not ...

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    David Strathairn, Parker Posey, Rodrigo Santoro, More Join 'Hemingway & Gellhorn' With Nicole Kidman

    With lensing now underway on "Hemingway & Gellhorn," the HBO film starring Nicole Kidman and Clive Owen, the rest of the cast has been rounded up and it's a pretty intriguing and interesting array of names.

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    The Collective, Bloody Disgusting and AMC Theaters Team Up For Film Series

    The Collective, a full-service entertainment management and content company, has teamed with AMC Theatres and horror website BloodyDisgusting.com for a film distribution partnership dedicated to acquiring and marketing "the best horror and thriller titles from the festival and international markets...

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    'Passion Play' With Mickey Rourke & Megan Fox Not Surprisingly Going Straight-To-DVD

    To put it quite simply: "Passion Play," starring Mickey Rourke and Megan Fox, was the worst film we saw at TIFF last year (though Dustin Lance Black's "What's Wrong With Virginia" comes a close second). Our man on the ground called it "a cliche-riddled, risible and utterly painful experience that bo...

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    Bill Hader Working On A Secret Project For Scott Rudin With 'Jackass' Writer Vernon Chatman

    Comedian Also Says Judd Apatow Slasher Comedy Is Probably Not Called 'House Of Joel' AnymoreYes, it's turning out to be Bill Hader month on The Playlist, sue us (could be worse, Michael Bay month could start April 1).

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