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    Twitter Loves 'Life of Pi'; Reactions From the New York Film Festival

    The general verdict is in for Ang Lee's anticipated 3D epic "Life of Pi," and so far, so good. Indiewire's own Eric Kohn called the film adaptation of Yann Martel's beloved novel "Lee's best spectacle since 'Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon,'" while a slew of other folks weighed in on the film via Twit...

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    New DGA Report Assesses Director Diversity In TV Hiring Practices (It's Business As Usual)

    Nothing you read in this report should at all be news, nor shocking.

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    AMC Greenlights Talent Competition Series 'Road Show,' Renews 'Small Town Security'

    AMC has two of the most acclaimed scripted series on TV, "Mad Men" and the ending-soon "Breaking Bad," as well as "Hell on Wheels" and the giant ratings hit "The Walking Dead," but the rest of its original programming schedule is sparse and slowly being filled...

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    Natalie Portman Circling Former Darren Aronofsky Project 'Jackie'

    Can Natalie Portman get screenwriter Noah Oppenheim's "Jackie" moving again? The Jackie Onassis project certainly hasn't been lacking in top-tier talent trying to bring it to life. Way back in 2010, it was reported that Steven Spielberg was shopping the film as something ...

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    New York Film Festival: Highlights From The Press Conference For Instant Oscar Frontrunner 'Life of Pi'

    Ang Lee's "Life of Pi" is kicking off the 50th edition of the New York Film Festival tonight at the Film Society of Lincoln Center, and the internet is already a-buzz with some glowing reviews from this morning's press screening.

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    AMC Offers DISH Subscribers Live Stream Of Season 3 Premiere Episode of 'The Walking Dead'

    This should hopefully appease those DISH customers who have been without AMC since July, as the cold war between the two companies continues - you'll be able to watch the much-anticipated season 3 premiere of the highest-rated scripted drama series on cable TV for its target audie...

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    Author David Mitchell on 'Cloud Atlas' Adaptation Process -- "surreal," "primal" & "ingenious"

    In the current NY Times Magazine, "Cloud Atlas" author David Mitchell provides his perspective on the production process of the Wachowskis' and Tom Tykwer's wild cinematic event, which spans continents, eras and every possible iteration of Tom Hanks' facial hair, and recently premiered at Toronto. H...

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    The 16 Best Movies About Time Travel

    Who hasn't wanted to go back and fix past mistakes? Or travel forward and see what's in store for you and for the world? It's for these reasons that time travel has remained such a popular plot device, from H.G. Wells' "The Time Machine" to the long-running TV show "Doctor Who" to this week's "Loope...

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    A Few New Pics Of Kristen Stewart & Sam Riley In 'On The Road'

    While the Kristen Stewart scandal or whatever from this summer seems to be fading, with rumors that she is back with Robert Pattinson, whether she's ready or not, the actress will be back in the spotlight this fall. Of course, there's "Twilight: Breaking Dawn -- Part 2" giving...

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    Despite Shaky Screenplay, 'Life of Pi' Is Ang Lee's Best Spectacle Since 'Crouching Tiger'

    In his finer moments, Lee translates the book's wondrous prose into grand visual conceits meant for the big screen. Posited as a story that "will make you believe in God," instead it has the power to confirm one's faith in the cinematic experience.

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