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    'Lola Versus' Soundtrack Features Dan Deacon, Ani DiFranco, Taken by Trees & Score By Fall On Your Sword

    Starring Greta Gerwig, Zoe Lister Jones, Hamish Linklater and Joel Kinnaman with supporting assistance from Bill Pullman and Debra Winger (who play Gerwig's parents), Daryl Wein's New York-centric romantic comedy "Lola Versus" arrives in theaters on June 8. And ...

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    Mad Men Episode 8 Review and Recap: In 'Lady Lazarus,' Don and Pete See the Abyss

    In Sunday's all-new "Mad Men" episode, the prospect of performing is liberating for some and confusing for others. Meanwhile, a few outliers are gravely tired of the roles fate has assigned them.

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    A Fitting “Noir City” Festival Finale

    I always look forward to the film noir festival at Hollywood’s Egyptian Theatre. This year’s finale on Sunday night featured the eloquent, ever-youthful Marsha Hunt (who, incredibly, is 94) talking about her career after watching a film she made in 1949 and never saw before:' Mary Ryan, Detective'. ...

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    10 Amazing Quotes From 10 Scathing 'Little Bit Of Heaven' Reviews

    I do not understand how "A Little Bit of Heaven" even got made.Full disclosure: I haven't seen it, but I'm kind of, uh, dying to now that I've read these reviews.

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    Rory Gilmore On 'Mad Men'!

    Two weeks after giving us Bess Armstrong/Patty Chase, "Mad Men" threw another beloved guest star bone my way: Rory Gilmore! Or, rather, Alexis Bledel, who I've always hoped would find the roles she deserved post-"Gilmore Girls" (but hasn't), in a meaty little part as ...

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    Spike Lee's "Red Hook Summer" To Screen At Cannes For International Distributors

    Certainly not the first time an original Spike Lee joint will have played outside of the USA... assuming of course the sales company is able to sell the film internationally.

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    Roskino Celebrates U.S. Office Opening of The Russian Film Commission at a Beverly Hills Luncheon

    Major Hollywood and international film players turned out to welcome Serge Rakhlin, Russian member of HFPA and Director of the Russian Film Commission, and Commissioner Eleonora Granata Jenkinson as they announced today the office opening in the USA of The RUSSIAN FILM COMMISSION created by ROSKINO/...

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    From the Wire: The Appeal of the Avengers' Assembly

    How much of "The Avengers" success is thanks to its status as an ensemble film?

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    John Hawkes & Peter Bogdanovich Lead Cast Of Indie Thriller 'Too Late'

    Oscar nominated actor John Hawkes  and certified legend Peter Bogdanovich are set to the lead the ensemble of the indie drama "Too Late." The "Martha Marcy May Marlene" star will play the part of a private investigator who is hired to find a missing woman with whom...

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    J. J. Abrams' Apocalypse Drama Gets a Greenlight From NBC

    J. J. Abrams' new apocalypse drama is coming to NBC. According to the Hollywood Reporter, the network's going forward with may or may not still be titled "Revolution," the latest TV series from prolific executive producer Abrams (whose "Persons of Interest" has been renew...

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