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    We Miss Will Smith: Listen To Pitbull's "Back In Time" From 'Men In Black 3'

    Listen, the Will Smith songs for the first two "Men In Black" movies weren't great. In fact, there were pretty cornball terrible. Yet, their earnest wholesomeness and the fact that they were actually about the movie, made them oddly endearing in a strange way and when "Men In Blac...

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    'Goon,' 'Aggression Scale' to Rough Up ActionFest 2012

    Action cinema festival ActionFest has announced the first crop of films making its way to North Carolina in April. Steven C. Miller's SXSW favorite "The Aggression Scale," Bobcat Goldthwait's dark comedy "God Bless America" and Michael Dowse's hockey comedy "Goon...

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    Channing Tatum & Mila Kunis Offered Leads In The Wachowskis 'Jupiter Ascending'

    With Natalie Portman recently signing on to spend most the year hanging with Terrence Malick on the probably-not-called-"Lawless"-anymore and "Knight Of Cups," it looks like her rumored appearance in The Wachowskis "Jupiter Ascending" won't work out. But her "B...

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    Jessica Lange Replaces Glenn Close In 'Therese Raquin' With Elizabeth Olsen & Oscar Isaac

    As a couple readers pointed out, Deadline has this in their report last week when Oscar Isaac joined "Therese Raquin" but we weren't sure if it was an error or official at the time. But it seems it is and while the film is losing one great veteran, it's gaining another actress who ...

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    BAFTA Los Angeles Introduces Three-Year Scholarship Program

    As a way of celebrating their twenty-fifth anniversay, the British Academy of Film and Television Arts Los Angeles has announced a new scholarship program for British graduate students studying in the United States. The annual program will grant one winner a scholarship of $15,000, a runner-up $5,00...

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    Will 'Don't Trust the B' Be Krysten Ritter's Breakout? Watch the Pilot and Decide

    Krysten Ritter's been poised on the verge of stardom for a few years now, ever since a fantastic turn as Jesse Pinkman's doomed girlfriend Jane Margolis on the second season of "Breaking Bad." But she's always seemed a little too sharp-edged for Hollywood to know what...

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    James Gray Teases Thriller 'The Gray Man' With Brad Pitt Might Be Next

    While James Gray has become known for this thoughtful, gripping independent dramas, it was just a couple of years ago that he nearly made a splash with a big studio picture, "The Lost City Of Z" with Brad Pitt set to star. Near the end of 2010, Paramount yanked the cord on the project, and...

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    'Mad Men' Season 5 Opener 'A Little Kiss': Review and Recap, Premiere Sets Record

    After an 18-month hiatus, "Mad Men" is back with electric car windows, tacky polyester and even a bit of health consciousness. ("Please, no smoking.") Spoilers ahead!

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    From the Wire: A Brief History of Employment Onscreen

    An unemployed film studies major looks to the movies to help deal with her career disappointments.

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    "Scenes of a Crime": Unjust Verdict Upheld as Doc Winner Hits Theaters

    Adrian Thomas, the man at the center of the award-winning documentary "Scenes of a Crime" (Filmmaker Magazine's Best Film Not Playing at a Theater Near You, Grand Jury Prize Winner at Full Frame and DOC NYC), has not been granted an appeal, a state court has ruled, according to repo...

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