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  • Women and Hollywood
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    Interview with Anne Renton - Director of The Perfect Family

    The Perfect Family written by Paula Goldberg and Claire V. Reily and directed by Anne Renton and produced by Cora Olson and Jen Dubin hits theatres and VOD today. It tells the story of Eileen Cleary played by Kathleen Turner, a very religious Catholic woman whose life falls apart when she gets nomi...

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  • Shadow and Act
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    New In Theaters: "Restless City" Expands; "A Beautiful Soul" & "Meeting Evil" Open In Limited Release

    New In Theaters: "Restless City" Expands; "A Beautiful Soul" & "Meeting Evil" Open In Limited Release

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  • Thompson on Hollywood
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    'Fifty Shades of Grey': What Kind of Movie Could It Be, With What Cast?

    The only way EL James' notoriously erotic "Fifty Shades of Grey" will ever wind up a half-way decent movie will be if the filmmakers take the high road. Going with Focus Features was a step in the right direction.

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  • The Playlist
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    Watch: New Clips From 'Safety Not Guaranteed,' 'Hick' With Blake Lively & 'Bel Ami' Starring Robert Pattinson

    We know this is a long shot, but there’s a chance that people are going to be interested in discussing movies other than “The Avengers” this weekend, right? Right? Well, we hope so, because we’ve got a few new clips from some upcoming movies that you might want to take a look...

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  • The Playlist
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    The Brooklyn Arts Council's Short Film Showcase 'Brooklyn In Brief' An Enjoyable, Varied Collection Of Work

    With Tribeca’s doors already closed, what are New York cinephiles to do in the long stretch of time between the next iteration of the Brooklyn or New York Film Festival? Well, they can certainly wet their whistle at Scene:Brooklyn, an independent film and media arts series put on by the Brooklyn Art...

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    Trailer Watch: Beast of the Southern Wild

    This is the film that won the top narrative prize at Sundance.  It stars newcomer Quvenzhané Wallis.  I don't think I've ever seen a trailer quite like this.  I am looking forward to this one.  It will also play in Cannes this month.

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    Samuel L. Jackson Attacks New York Times Critic A.O. Scott Over His 'Avengers' Review

    The actor has had it with these mother effing critics and their mother effing negative reviews.

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  • The Playlist
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    Allison Anders Directing Lifetime's 'The June Carter Story' Starring Jewel

    If you saw Reese Witherspoon’s Oscar-winning performance in “Walk The Line,” and thought her story needed a dose of muddy visuals and histrionic melodrama, Lifetime has fixed your needs completely with their new original movie.

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    David Cronenberg Will Play a Crazed Scientist on Syfy's 'Rewind'

    The "A History of Violence" auteur may be widely celebrated for his work behind the camera, but that hasn't stopped him from also popping up in front of it on occasion. According to TV Line, David Cronenberg has been tapped to guest star in the two-hour pilot for Syfy’s time-travel drama "Rewind," a...

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  • The Lost Boys
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    Summer Indie Box Office Predictions

    As a supplement to this story up on Indiewire about 5 summer indie showdowns, I figured I'd show my inner box office geek and offer up a full-on list of predictions.

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