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    Usher Opts For Digital Dancers At Next Concert; Actors Next? Let's Talk...

    I almost glossed over this with nothing more than a head shake, but then a thought came to me...

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    Book Excerpt: The Twitter Diaries by Georgie Thompson & Imogen Lloyd Webber

    Media personalities Georgie Thompson, one of the faces of Sky Sports out of England, and Imogen Lloyd Webber (yes, she is Andrew Lloyd Webber's daughter), an MSNBC commentator, have teamed up to author the newly released The Twitter Diaries, a book told all through DM tweets.

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    Drafthouse Films To Unleash Forgotten Kung-Fu Film 'Miami Connection' Back in Theaters for 25th Anniversary

    Drafthouse Films has acquired North American rights to the long forgotten '80s martial arts action film "Miami Connection," directed by 9th degree black belt philosopher Grandmaster Y.K. Kim. The film was initially released theatrically back in 1987 but failed to catch on with audience...

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    James Franco's Semi-Opinion on 'Girls'

    At the Huffington Post, James Franco offers "a dude's take on 'Girls'" that's more notable for the fact that it's coming from a famous guy who got his start in another Judd Apatow project, "Freaks and Geeks," than for what he actually ends up saying, though he...

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  • The Playlist
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    Mark Wahlberg Out, Adam Sandler In For Will Ferrell's Football Comedy 'Three Mississippi'

    We've long lamented the evolution of Adam Sandler from the guy who made us laugh with stupid-funny stuff like "Billy Madison" and "Happy Gilmore" to the guy who basically gets paid vacations in dreck like "Just Go With It" and "Grown Ups." But every now and then, Sandler will lift his pudgy frame of...

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    Rotten Tomatoes Teams With Sirius XM for Radio Show

    "Rotten Tomatoes Radio" premieres on June 7th.

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  • The Playlist
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    Review: 'Snow White & the Huntsman' Is A Beautiful Slog

    2012 has already delivered one big-budget movie based on the classic Grimm Brothers' fairy tale "Snow White." Earlier this spring arrived Tarsem's fizzy, Bollywood-ish "Mirror Mirror," which saw Julia Roberts vamping it up as the evil queen, surrounded by the most cheesily phony-looking sets this si...

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  • The Playlist
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    5 Surprising & Controversial Cannes Film Festival Winners From Years Gone By

    As much as people have quibbles with (much more democratically voted on) awards like the Oscars, the decisions by juries at film festivals tend to be even more contentious. Usually drawn from practitioners, actors, with a few other curious participants in there as well, jurors often come in with the...

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    Moussa Touré’s Acclaimed Immigrant Survival Tale 'La Pirogue' Gets An Official Poster + Clips

    A film that's high on my to-see list, assuming it comes my way this year, or soon thereafter; screening in the Un Certain Regard section of the Cannes Film Festival, Senegalese filmmaker Moussa Touré’s La Pirogue (The Pirogue), left Canne...

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    'Red Tails" Tops The DVD Sales List

    Red Tails wasn't the burst-out box office hit as was hoped for, but it's doing extremely well on the home media front.

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