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  • ReelPolitik
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  • The Lost Boys
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    Photo of Julianne Moore as Sarah Palin

    They got the look...

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    Review: 'Fast Five' Keeps Enough Fuel In This Aging Franchise To Still Be Fun

    It's sort of amazing how dexterous the "Fast and the Furious" franchise has been. Originally conceived as a kind of hot rod version of "Point Break," directed by the perpetually midlife crisis-gripped Rob Cohen, complete with a trashy title lifted from an ancient American International Pictures cheapie, it has evolved over the years, with each successive sequel equipping the original concept of a sturdy undercover cop (Paul Walker) who flirts with the dark side of underground car racing (led by Vin Diesel) with new flourishes. John Singleton helmed the sequel, "2 Fast 2 Furious" and turned it into a live action anime (for better or worse it w...

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  • Shadow and Act
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    Viola Davis Lands Role in "Still I Rise"

    Viola Davis, who most recently attracted attention for her upcoming role as a Mississippi maid in The Help, will soon be traveling to Pittsburgh to star in the film Still I Rise.

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  • The Playlist
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    Milos Forman To Tackle First Financial World Scam Artist In 'Ponzi's Scheme'

    It's been quite a while since we last heard from legendary director Milos Forman. His last effort was the not-so-well received "Goya's Ghosts" way back in 2006 but it looks like the man behind "One Flew Over's The Cuckoo's Next," "Loves Of A Blonde," and "Amadeus" isn't done yet and pushing eighty y...

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  • The Playlist
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    Great Job, Movie Critics: 'Atlas Shrugged' Producer Scrapping Plans For Pt. 2 & 3, Blames Reviews

    God damn, we love writing about "Atlas Shrugged." Even more than "Twilight"-related stories, or the persistent commenter who insists that Scarlett Johansson is the product of stolen DNA, nothing brings out the frothing-at-the-mouth zealots like stories about the long-awaited, independently-produced adaptation of Ayn Rand's magnum opus. Self-financed and distributed by millionaire businessman John Aglialoro, the film was rushed into production to prevent the rights from lapsing, with a decidedly D-list cast and crew, but it did have relevance on its side: with the Tea Party movement, who are perhaps more in step with Rand's beliefs than any m...

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    Fox Planning Post-Apocalyptic 'Zorro' Reboot, Because Fuck It, They Might As Well

    1998's "The Mask Of Zorro" is, all things considered, a pretty solid action-adventure movie. Not a classic, by any means, but as far as old-fashioned swashbucklers go, it was zippy fun, with about the right blend of action, laughs and romance. Sony clearly hoped that the film would turn the classic ...

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  • The Playlist
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    Watch: Anna Faris Falls In Love, Mid-Season Replacement Sitcom Style, In 'What's Your Number'

    As It Turns Out, Martin Freeman & Anthony Mackie Are Also In The Cast Anna Faris is an extremely talented comedienne. There's no denying that. Ever since her early appearances in the "Scary Movie" franchise, she's shone, even with material that's generally far beneath her. But every time it looks li...

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  • Women and Hollywood
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    Book Excerpt: Seduced by Twilight by Natalie Wilson

    Here is a taste from the Introduction, A Post-Twilight World from Seduced by Twilight

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    Watch: Jon Hamm Steals Latest Red Band Trailer For 'Bridesmaids'

    Yet another trailer for the upcoming ensemble comedy "Bridesmaids" has landed and we might be fatigued if weren't for the fact that indeed the film is just that good.

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