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    Watch: Darkly Comic First Footage From Todd Solondz's 'Dark Horse'

    While Christopher Walken, Mia Farrow and Selma Blair, the starry trio of Todd Solondz's latest effort "Dark Horse," will likely be the focus of photogs in Toronto next month, the film's lead is the much more low key name of Jordan Gelber, a relatively-unknown character actor who has appeared on show...

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    Am I Being Just Mr. Sensitive Again?

    You should well aware know by now how we roll on S & A. Always questioning and stirring up stuff,especially when it comes to the never ending and vexing problem of black images in films and TV.

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    Futuristic Robin Hood Movie Getting Rewrite By 'Turistas' Scribe Michael Ross

    Not To Be Confused With The Wachowskis 'Hood'So yeah, in case you haven't realized, fairy tales are a big deal these days. Next year alone will see two Snow White movies, "Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters" and "Jack the Giant Killer" all arriving at a multiplex near you, and yes, Hollywood has more ...

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    Chandra Wilson Will Direct 5th Episode Of "Grey's Anatomy"

    I had no idea Chandra Wilson had previously directed episodes of ABC's hit Shonda Rhimes drama Grey's Anatomy. Did you? Then again, I'm maybe in the minority when I say that I never really got into the show. I tried, but didn't really hook me.

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    Brit Marling Reportedly Eyes Tom Cruise's 'One Shot' & Redford/LaBeouf Pic 'The Company You Keep'

    Allegedly Turned Down Steven Soderbergh's 'Magic Mike' To Focus On 'The East'There is no mistaking it -- Brit Marling is having a moment. Arriving at Sundance earlier this year with two films, “Another Earth” and “Sound Of Your Voice,” performing triple duties on each film -- acting, writing and producing -- she soon saw major buzz surround both works, with Fox Searchlight picking up rights for the pair, and the former flick earning two prizes for director Mike Cahill. Certainly not a bad way to make your entrance into Hollywood and like Noomi Rapace and Jennifer Lawrence in 2010, this year Marling seems to be the new actress that everyone wa...

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    Danny Glover Drama “The Harimaya Bridge” Gets VOD Release

    We recently reported that The Harimaya Bridge, written and directed by Aaron Woolfolk and co-starring Danny Glover, will be released on DVD/Blu-ray on October 18th.

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    RECAP: BREAKING BAD, Season 4, Episode 3: "Open House"

    By Matt Zoller Seitz Press Play Contributor

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    Will New Half-Black Spiderman Get Live-Action Movie Treatment?

    Revealed in Marvel Comics' Ultimate Fallout Issue 4, out Wednesday, the new Spider-Man in the Ultimate universe is a half-black, half-Hispanic teen named Miles Morales. He takes over the gig held by Peter Parker, who was killed in Ultimate Spider-Man Issue 160 in June.

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    Tyson Beckford to Star in "Shady Creek"

    Directed by Sarah Knight, the Jo Films production drama Shady Creek will star Tyson Beckford, Christopher Michael Holley, C.J. Sanders and Ryan McGlazer.

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    Cannes Sensation 'The Artist' To Make North American Premiere At Montreal World Film Festival

    The world of international film festivals is one of stature, as organizers and curators from Cannes to Toronto to Melbourne to beyond jockey and jostle for position, hoping to snag the big premieres that will add star power and prestige to their city and event. The way it generally falls is that Cannes, Venice and Toronto are at the top of the heap with everyone else picking up the remainders. In that vein, the Montreal World Film Festival has struggled for years. Certainly, the city is not wanting in film festivals with FIFA, Fantasia, Festival du Nouveau Cinema and Cinemania crowding up the calendar throughout the year and frankly, MWFF has...

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