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    'Across The Universe' Writers Dick Clement & Ian La Frenais Pen Sam Cooke Biopic

    Music is, obviously, a subjective thing. We might like 1980s Chicago house music, you might like country-folk, and we might disagree, but because we're adults, and not commenting on a YouTube video, we can agree that neither of us are right or wrong. But there are some artists that we at The Playlis...

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    Watch: Russian Trailer For 'X-Men: First Class' Features Lots Of New Footage, Still Rules

    We're sure an English language version of this is probably just around the corner, but for now, pretend you're in Moscow and feast your eyes on a new Russian trailer for "X-Men: First Class." And take it for whatever it's worth, but even in a foreign language, this still looks pretty damn great.

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    Tim and Eric's Billion Dollar Movie: Ferrell says “You Can’t Put A Price on Creative Excellence"

    Magnolia Pictures has acquired U.S. rights for Tim and Eric's Billion Dollar Movie. The film is a co-production between 2929 Productions, Gary Sanchez Productions and Funny or Die Films. It is the feature film debut (as writer-producer-directors) of Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim of the Tim and Eri...

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    Disney Passes On Robert Zemeckis' 'Yellow Submarine' After 'Mars Needs Moms' Tanks

    Update: Deadline reports that Disney is saying they made the decision to halt "The Yellow Submarine" before "Mars Needs Moms" opened but you can bet if the film blew open the box office, a different conversation would be happening.

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    Angelina Jolie Goes UTA; Maleficent, Cleopatra, Serena, Scarpetta, Gucci, Tomb Raider Updates

    Angelina Jolie, whose Untitled Bosnian War Love Story (financed and produced by GK Films) is in post-production, has signed with United Talent Agency as writer and director. She has long functioned without an acting agent but has been loyal to her manager at Media Talent Group, Geyer Kosinski. UTA's...

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    Robin McLeavy Joins 'Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter' As The President's Mother

    After being linked to the love interest role eventually won by Mary Elizabeth Winstead, little known Australian actress Robin McLeavy has now eventually joined the cast of Timur Bekmambetov's adaptation of Seth Grahame-Greene's cult favorite "Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter" instead in the role of t...

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    Logan Marshall-Green Joins Ridley Scott's 'Prometheus' As Noomi Rapace's Love Interest

    While you may not know who he is now, that will soon change. Deadline reports that Logan Marshall-Green -- best known as the Tom Hardy look-a-like in "Devil" and star of the undercover cop drama "Dark Blue" -- has joined Ridley Scott's "Prometheus" in a lead role.

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    'Hesher' To Hit Theaters On May 13th; 'The People Vs. George Lucas' Picked Up By Wrekin Hill

    After first unspooling at the Sundance Film Festival way back in January 2010, Spencer Susser's "Hesher" is finally making its way to theaters. In press release announcing distributor Wrekin Hill's new partnership with the National Entertainment Collectibles Association came word of the release date...

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    Meet the 2011 SXSW Filmmakers | "A Year in Mooring" Director Chris Eyre

    Disarming in its subtly, "A Year in Mooring" is the quiet cinematic journey about the inevitability of change. Starring Josh Lucas in his first leading dramatic role, "A Year in Mooring" follows the story of a successful businessman (Lucas) attempting to resurrect his life. Entering an idyllic harbo...

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    Reason I Wish I Was @ SXSW #2: A Breakout British Gay Indie Romance!

    Check out Eric Kohn's glowing review of Andrew Haigh’s British drama “Weekend” and try not to wish you were watch that film right now. It starts:

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