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    Save the Future for Women in Comedy - See Bridesmaids

    How did we get to a place in 2011 where the female Hollywood comedian is on the endangered species list? My god we have three female Supreme Court justices, we've had three female secretaries of state, we have several just as crazy as the dudes women in the running for the Republican nomination for...

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    What Would It Take To Make You Watch "Two and a Half Men"? Ashton Kutcher?

    Ashton Kutcher will reportedly replace Charlie Sheen on Two and A Half Men, which has always been one of those lame CBS shows that are big hits for inexplicable reasons – or just because they’re so undemanding. Among the many sources glomming on to the "unofficial" news: CBS’s own Early Show. (A no-...

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  • The Playlist
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    Review: 'Brother's Justice' Earns The Title Of Least Convincing Mockumentary Ever Made

    There’s a couple of central jokes at the heart of “Brother’s Justice,” a new fake-umentary opening this weekend.

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  • The Playlist
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    Cannes Review: Brazilian Pic 'Hard Labor' Finds Real Horror In The Job Market

    For their first feature, the directing team of Juliana Rojas and Marco Dutra certainly made a reach for the brass ring. A horror film (of sorts) structured around an observation of the economic realities and class systems of Brazil, "Hard Labor" is an ambitious blend of genres that unfortunately is ...

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  • The Playlist
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    'Hunger Games' Helmer Gary Ross Sets Up Cyrano De Bergerac Reworking At New Regency

    With the flurry of "The Hunger Games" casting going on in the last few weeks, director Gary Ross is almost set to start filming what seems to be one of the most eagerly-anticipated films of next year, at least to its vociferous fanbase. As long as it succeeds (and, financially, it probably will), Ross will be set to take on any project he wants. According to THR, that film will be a contemporary retelling of the Cyrano de Bergerac legend, in which a plain man must seduce his love for a more handsome and richer man. In the kind of move that we're staggered hasn't yet happened, his version would utilize all the social media tools of today in or...

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    A Hot TMZ Mess: The Controversial Princess Di Doc Premieres at the Cannes Market

    The Cannes Film Festival was temporarily hijacked Friday by the market premiere for "Unlawful Killing."

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  • The Lost Boys
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    I Hope I Look Like This When I'm 73

    La Fonda at Cannes. Holy moly:

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    First Look At Bruce Willis In Rian Johnson's 'Looper'

    Rian Johnson, director of "The Brothers Bloom" and "Brick," has amassed quite a cast for his next sci-fi outing "Looper."

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  • The Playlist
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    Cannes Review: 'Habemus Papam' An Unlikely Dramedy About Finding Faith, But Losing Yourself

    Early word on Nanni Moretti's "Habemus Papam" was that it was more or less in the vein of "The King's Speech." Well, perhaps in broad strokes, but unlike Tom Hooper's wildly overrated Oscar-winner, Moretti finds more depth, complex emotion and goes for a much braver, uneasy ending for his film. "Hab...

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  • The Playlist
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    Aubrey Plaza, Mark Duplass & Jake Johnson To Star In 'Safety Not Guaranteed'

    We probably don't need to tell you about our admiration for Aubrey Plaza, and we're glad to see the actress rightfully getting her due with the lead role in the upcoming "The Hand Job" featuring a wealth of comedic talent. But another project, also featuring Plaza, will mount first and she's joined ...

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