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    Roseanne Pulls Back the Wizard's Curtain on Network TV and it Ain't Pretty

    I have always loved Roseanne. I love her because she makes people uncomfortable (even me at times.) I love that she says what she believes, damn the consequences. Now, she can say whatever she wants because she doesn't work on a network TV anymore, but she still has major guts for the piece she p...

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    Jamie Campbell Bower & Ed Speleers Are Lead Contenders For 'The Mortal Instruments'

    Model Leebo Freeman Also In The RunningWhile we're yet to see whether youthful, dickish star Alex Pettyfer's move into more serious territory with Steven Soderbergh's "Magic Mike" and the actioner "Overdrive" is a good thing or not, there's certainly one group who are delighted with the actor's care...

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    First Look At Tyler Perry & Thandie Newton On "Good Deeds" Set

    Well, we know Tyler Perry's rom-com Good Deeds. co-starring Thandie Newton, Gabrielle Union and others, is currently shooting in Atlanta, GA. Not much of it has been seen thus far; however, based on the on-set photo above, I suppose we can assume that there'll be a scene in which both Tyler and Than...

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    Cannes Pattern: Skip Press Conference, Show for Movie; Gibson Walks Beaver Red Carpet

    One has to hope that Cannes director Thierry Fremaux nips this trend in the bud.

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    New Photos: Woody Harrelson In Oren Moverman's L.A. Cop Drama 'Rampart'

    First Synopsis For The Film; Ned Beatty Also Part Of The Ensemble CastEven though producer/star Ben Foster has said a 2012 festival unveiling is the likely plan, we're still kinda hoping Oren Moverman's sophomore directorial effort, L.A. cop-drama "Rampart," will sneak onto 2011 calendars somehow.

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    Cannes Review: 'Snowtown' An Uneven But Still Mesmerizing & Disturbing Serial Killer Thriller

    This film was screened as part of the Critic's Week sidebar.

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    The Tree of Life Reviews: "Visionary Cinema, Shockingly Banal, Mesmerizing, Surrender To It"

    I heard a woman leaving the screening of Terrence Malick's The Tree of Life say, "I want to read the reviews on this." That's what critics are for--to help moviegoers understand a complex work like this one. Here is my coverage, a round-up of others is below.

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    Dailies - Most Popular S&A Posts Over The Last Week (Stuff You May Have Missed)

    Since we don't have this particular feature automated on our new site here yet, and many of you have asked me about it via email (as well as some other features you miss on the old site, which are currently being worked on), I figured I'd manually create the list myself, until we have an automated s...

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    Eve Ensler to Make Directing Debut With The Other Side Starring Jane Fonda

    Vagina Monologue writer and V-Day activist Eve Ensler will be making her directorial debut on The Other Side a film that will also focus on the epidemic of rape in the Congo.

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    More Thoughts & 3 More Reviews Of Terrence Malick's Luminous, But Uneven 'Tree Of Life'

    Yes, you've read our initial review of Terrence Malick's "The Tree of Life," but we've got a few more, simply because it's a film that demands discussion and contrary to popular belief, members of The Playlist do not share a brain or utilize hivemind thinking, but three writers from the site saw the...

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