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    3D Sized 'Star Wars: Episode II' and 'III' Get Release Date Arrive Back-To-Back In Fall 2013

    It's easy to forget, but earlier this year, George Lucas, in his infinite wisdom, re-released cosmic disappointment "Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace" into theaters, this time converted to snazzy 3D. Because, you know, everyone wanted Jar Jar Binks up in their shit. While it didn't hang aro...

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    Loretta Devine Will Play Cedric The Entertainers Mother On 'The Soul Man'

    Loretta Devine is heading to the TV Land this week for a 2-episode arc in its freshman half-hour comedy series, The Soul Man.

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    Book Review: Unnecessary 'The Dark Knight Rises' Novelization Brings Noir Sheen To The Surface

    The continued existence of the movie novelization is perhaps one of the more curious and enduring elements of blockbuster tie-ins. During the '70s and '80s, when you could only see a movie in theaters, a book of your favorite film served a more concrete purpose. Until you got a chance to rent the mo...

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    How Do We Turn Our 'Rage' w/ Hollywood's Myopia Into Power, Influence, Action...?

    A quick editor's note...

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    'Skyfall' Windfall: New Banner Debuts, 007 Coke Can Surfaces & Roger Moore Says Daniel Craig Is Best Bond

    As we've reported earlier, this fall's 007 romp "Skyfall" will have what can charitably be described as "a whole heaping fuckload" of complex promotional tie-ins, corporate sponsorships, and licensing arrangements. Well, we've now got our first look at one of those tie-ins – with Coke Zero. That's r...

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    'Doctor Who' Takes Manhattan: Matt Smith and Karen Gillan Talk About the New Season and the Changes Coming for the Iconic Sci-Fi Character

    Midway through the new seventh season of "Doctor Who," the Eleventh Doctor (Matt Smith) and his companions, the married couple Amy Pond (Karen Gillan) and Rory (Arthur Darvill), will say their goodbyes in the fifth episode, "The Angels Take Manhattan."

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    CIFF Project of the Day: An American Gothic Portrait of a North Dakota Town

    All this week on Indiewire's Project of the Day column, we'll be profiling films that have entered themselves for the Points North Pitch at the Camden International Film Festival. At the end of the week, we'll open up the vote for Project of the Week, the winner of which will receive ac...

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    TIFF TRAILER: Michael Winterbottom is Back With Beautiful Teaser for 'Everyday' (VIDEO)

    You can never predict what Michael Winterbottom will do next, as evidenced my his eclectic roster of work that inclues the brutal Southern noir "The Killer Inside Me," the road trip comedy "The Trip," his Mariane Pearle biopic "A Mighty Heart," and his hardcore sex romp...

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    Fall Movie Preview: Our 15 Most Anticipated Films For The Rest Of 2012

    The summer movie seasons is pretty much wrapped up, with the Venice Film Festival kicking off this week, and Telluride and Toronto just around the corner. And as ever, the fall festival season sees us move away from superheroes and the like for a few blessed months, in favor of some fare that's a li...

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    Does Mads Brugger's Satiric 'The Ambassador' Go Too Far?

    At the beginning of "The Red Chapel," the 2010 exposé of North Korean society directed by Danish comedian Mads Brügger, the filmmaker establishes his ruse from the outset, swiftly enunciating his intention to satirize the country's oppressive extremes by pretending to embra...

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