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    Fox Home Entertainment Debuts 'Own the Moments' App, Features Date-Specific Movie Trivia

    Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment is debuting new mobile app "Own the Moments," which allows fans to get a specific-to-the-day movie "moment" featuring trivia and a clip or photo from a film, ranging from classic to upcoming titles.

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    Aaron Eckhart Joins 'White House Down' Rival 'Olympus Has Fallen'

    So, concept is simple: the White House comes under attack and a Secret Service agent (or a former Secret Service agent) needs to come in, knock heads and save the day. And it seems this idea was good enough to spawn two rival movies that are racing to win audiences: "White House Down" and ...

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    How Are Filmmakers Like App Developers? It's the Marketing, Stupid.

    Last week Apple held its Worldwide Developers Conference, or, as it is otherwise known, “Oscars Week for app developers.” Which begs the question: What do aspiring filmmakers and app developers have in common? Quite a lot, actually. Most notable, though, is that both often mistakenly forgo the marke...

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    Watch: Trailer For Animated 'Black Dynamite' Series

    While we wait to see if that big screen "Black Dynamite" sequel ever happens (Michael Jai White told us it would shoot at the end of the year), blaxploitation spoof fans won't have to wait long to get more as the animated series premieres in just a few weeks, and a trailer has arrived ...

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    In Theaters: 'Abraham Lincoln' Is 'Brave' While 'Seeking A Friend' Is Better Off Sent 'To Rome With Love'

    Hello hello! We hope you’re in the mood for love, because it’s definitely in the popcorn-and-butter-infused theater air this weekend. From an attempt at arranged marriage to a relationship forged at the moment of the apocalypse to romance in Rome (perhaps the romance capital itself, if y...

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    Exclusive: Mia Wasikowska & Zoe Aggeliki In The Mix For Johanna Mason In 'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire'

    While much of the casting chatter in recent weeks surrounding "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" has been around who will play Finnick Odair in the highly anticipated sequel, there are still more key characters to be cast. And some names are beginning to emerge for who might take the crucia...

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    Critic's Notebook: How to Honor Andrew Sarris and Amos Vogel With Your Netflix Queue

    Critic's Notebook: How to Honor Andrew Sarris and Amos Vogel With Your Netflix Queue

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    ABFF 2012 Review: Compelling Political Drama 'Better Mus' Come' Misses A Few Chances

    Directed by Storm Saulter from a screenplay penned by Saulter, Paul Bucknor and Joshua Bratter, Better Mus’ Come –a fictionalized account based on real life events - is set during Jamaica’s 1970’s political turmoil among government’s socialism supporters and the La...

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    'Knuckleball!' To Be Distributed Digitally By FilmBuff

    "Knuckleball!" has been picked up by FilmBuff and will be released on digital and VOD platforms this September. Ricki Stern and Annie Sundberg's documentary chronicles one of baseball's rarest and most mysterious pitching techniques. Prior to filmming "Knuckleball" Stern ...

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    Kirby Dick On His Harrowing 'Invisible War': 'We were gonna make this film no matter what'

    Ever since it premiered at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year, Kirby Dick's "The Invisible War" has been an absolute must-see on the festival circuit. Despite its considerably graphic and disturbing narrative -- which details the shocking amount of sexual assault in the U.S. ...

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