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    Oscar Trailer "Off the Grid" Is Better than Poster: Williams, Fox, Duhamel Track The Host

    Thankfully, the Academy Awards trailer is much better than the poster. Robin Williams, Josh Duhamel, Megan Fox and William Fitchner seek elusive quarry known as The Host. "He's off the grid."

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    The First Week of 2012 on Indiewire: Weekly Clicks

    This week on Indiewire (the first of 2012) we launched our annual 'Meet the Sundance Filmmakers' profile series, The Village Voice made a shocking cut, we told you what to see this month and much more. NEWS J. Hoberman Laid Off as Chief Film Critic at The Village Voice The Villag...

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    Vote for Project of the Week: "Whittaker Chambers," "Mulligan," "Alice Walker," "El Pastor"

    It's time to vote to vote for the Project of the Week!

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    Watch The New Oscar Trailer: The Search For Billy Crystal

    The Academy has released its first promo for the reconstituted Oscar show, a spot in which Josh Duhamel and Megan Fox, with some help from Robin Williams, trek halfway across the world to find once-and-future host Billly Crystal.

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    Pretty but Superficial "Norwegian Wood" Shows the Challenge of Adapting Murakami

    Adapting a novel steeped in sensory experiences requires transporting them into an entirely different medium. Within the first 15 pages of Haruki Murakami's soulful 1987 romance "Norwegian Wood," the Japanese novelist drifts effortlessly between a pair of time periods separated by two ...

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    J. Hoberman Discusses Village Voice Layoff: "It's like slicing salami. They just keep laying people off."

    In a phone conversation with Indiewire this morning, Hoberman said he knew yesterday's layoff was coming.

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    J. Hoberman Addresses Village Voice Staff: "Nothing lasts forever."

    In the wake of yesterday's news that J. Hoberman, longtime senior film critic for The Village Voice, had been laid off from the publication, the critic has sent a letter to current Voice staffers. Hoberman also posted the letter on his personal website and sent it around to colleagues and friend...

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    J. Hoberman Laid Off as Chief Film Critic at The Village Voice

    The Village Voice has laid off its senior film critic, J. Hoberman, a staple of the American film criticism and a contributor to the publication since 1977. Hoberman served as a staff writer for the publication since 1983 and was appointed its chief film critic in 1988.   New York magazine...

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    Trailer Mashup: 'The Lion King Rises'

    I finally caught up with this trailer mashup of "The Lion King" (video) and "The Dark Knight Rises" (audio). It works.

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