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    'Step In The Name of Love' at Comic Con New York for 'Trapped In The Closet Sing-Along'!

    R. Kelly is taking over New York Comic Con...sort of. IFC, RCA, and The Action Pack are bringing the epic hip-hopera  "Trapped in the Closet" Sing-Along to the Javits Center on Saturday, October 13 in New York City. The "Trapped in the Closet" Sing Along will be a fully inte...

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    New In USA Theaters This Weekend: Polarizing 'Paperboy,' & Winsome 'Wuthering Heights'

    Get a jump on plans for your weekend.  Two much talked about films are making their USA theatrical debuts today.

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  • The Playlist
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    NYFF Review: 'Memories Look At Me' A Comforting, Modest Micro Indie

    Song Fang's "Memories Look At Me" is a tough one: while the filmmaker's debut is a lovely, pleasant experience, it's extremely difficult to make the movie sound at all appealing. A large percentage of it takes place in a single apartment, with each dialogue-heavy scene generally composed of a single...

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    Cross Post: She has a name. Her name is Sharon Carter!

    One of the big would-be stories this week was the announcement of five actresses apparently on the 'short list' to play Sharon Carter in Captain America: The Winter Soldier. Such stories are always big news in the blogsphere, mainly because it allows bloggers to write a handful of sentences...

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    Get Connected With New Images & Soundtrack Preview For 'Cloud Atlas'

    Heading into the last stretch of the movie year, this is when studios generally roll out their more sure-fire bets, either banking on four quadrant stuff to take care of bored families during the upcoming Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays, or their awards-contending pictures that they hope will ma...

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  • Thompson on Hollywood
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    Walter Hill To Be Honored with First-Ever Maverick Director Award at Rome Film Festival

    Following the recent news that Walter Hill will be remaking Robert Aldrich's classic camp, Crawford vs. Davis faceoff "Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?," the Rome Film Festival (November 9-17) will honor the director with the new Maverick Director Award, given to master filmmakers who have "consisten...

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    7-City Casting Call Begins For 'The Hero,' Dwayne Johnson's New Action-Packed TNT Series

    Exactly 1 month ago, we reported the news that TNT had ordered a season of a new series titled The Hero, that will be hosted and executive produced by Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, along with his producing partner, Dany Garcia.

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    Listen: Orbital's Soundtrack To Nicolas Winding Refn-Produced Remake Of 'Pusher' + Release Details

    While filmmaker Nicolas Winding Refn has done much in the way of leaving his mark on American cinema with 2011’s Ryan Gosling-starring “Drive” and has the highly anticipated “Only God Forgives” on the horizon, it’s a remake of his first feature that’s receiving a lot of attention at the moment – and...

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    YouTube Aesthetics Invade Film Festival Documentaries

    Comparing two very unusual new documentaries -- "Room 237" and "Leviathan" -- which bear two very different influences from YouTube filmmaking.

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    Bin Laden at the Movies: 'SEAL Team Six' Airing on NatGeo & Netflix Before Election; Plus Bigelow's 'Zero Dark Thirty' and Tell-All 'No Easy Day'

    Sorry, Mitt, but NatGeo is airing feature film "SEAL Team 6" on November 4, two days before the election. The film is a re-creation of the events, authorized by President Obama, that lead to the killing of the terrorist leader and, as the NYT puts it, serves as "the crowning national security achiev...

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