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    See The Big Picture: Trailer For 'Broken City' Starring Mark Wahlberg & Russell Crowe

    So, is this another generic, urban thriller with Mark Wahlberg doing his burned out leading man thing, or something more? The January release date says one thing, the enticing lead turn by Russell Crowe says another, but see for yourself in the first trailer for "Broken City."

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    Immersed in Movies: Will Animated Black-and-White 3-D 'Frankenweenie' Win Burton His First Oscar?

    "Frankenweenie" is not only Tim Burton's best film since "Big Fish" (another rite of passage story), but also a lock for a best animated feature nomination. In fact, the Oscar arguably appears to be Burton's to lose, though it's shaping up to be quite a race with two other tantalizing retro movies y...

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    'X-Files' Creator Chris Carter Shopping Around a New Supernatural Series Called 'The After'

    Aside from the 2008 movie "The X-Files: I Want to Believe," things have been quiet from "The X-Files" creator Chris Carter in the years since his signature show came to an end in 2002. None of his other series caught on. "Millennium" was the most successful, generating ...

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    Netflix Will Premiere Original Series 'House of Cards' with Kevin Spacey on February 1st

    Netflix will premiere on February 1 David Fincher's anticipated original series "House of Cards," starring Kevin Spacey. And Netflix will make the entire 13-episode series available to its subscribers all at once. Fincher, the executive producer of the series, directs the first two episodes. He is...

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    Yippie Ki-Yay! Watch The Teaser Trailer For 'A Good Day To Die Hard' Starring Bruce Willis

    With Bruce Willis getting some of the best reviews of his career with "Looper," it seems as good a time as any for the star to return to his most famous role, as John McClane. And right on cue, the first trailer for the fifth installment of the 'Die Hard' franchise, "A Good Day to Die Hard," has arr...

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    Tyler Bates Score For Zack Snyder's 'Dawn Of The Dead' Finally Getting A Release

    Despite having scored some low-rent television series and films in the early 2000s, composer Tyler Bates’ career didn’t really kick into high gear until he hooked up with “Man of Steel” director Zack Snyder. Bates has scored four of the director’s films, including: “300,” “Watchmen,” and “Sucker Pun...

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    Kamau Bell Is Taking His Act On The Road

    For those who can't get enough of Kamau Bell host of FX Totally Biased With. W. Kamau Bell, two tidbits for you.

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    Lena Dunham at Fortune's Most Powerful Women Summit and New Book Proposal

    Lena Dunham is on a roll that looks like it cannot be stopped. Despite getting shut out of the Emmys, Dunham has been busy with season 2 of Girls (airing in January), publishing essays in The New Yorker and co-writing the film Nobody Walks (out October 12).

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    Oscar Watch: Spielberg's 'Lincoln' Faces Marketing Challenges; Fiery New Trailer Targets Political Wonks During Presidential Debate

    An intense and patriotic new trailer for Steven Spielberg's "Lincoln" (November 9) premiered during the presidential debate. Political news wonks may seem an odd target audience for a Hollywood movie, but it makes sense for a period drama that is essentially about governing. "Lincoln" spends most of...

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    Exclusive: Zal Batmanglij Reveals The 4 Films That Influenced 'Sound Of My Voice'

    It might seem like a distant memory, but it was at the Sundance Film Festival in 2011 where Brit Marling emerged as the next actress on the rise, and swept up along with her were filmmakers Mike Cahill and Zal Batmanglij, as she was the star and co-writer of both their films. And while the former's ...

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