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    Sean Anders & John Morris To Rewrite & Direct Thanksgiving Football Comedy '3 Mississippi' With Will Ferrell & Mark Wahlberg

    While most of the film community’s attention is turned towards the recent news that Will Ferrell and Adam McKay are assembling the News Channel 4 team all over again for an “Anchorman” sequel, on a quieter front it comes as no surprise that both have several films in various stages...

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    FUTURES: 'Cabin in the Woods' Stoner Breakout Fran Kranz on How to Get Into the Joss Whedon Club

    Why He's On Our Radar: The Joss Whedon fanclub is already no doubt familiar with California bred actor Fran Kranz, thanks to his winning turn as geeky programmer Topher Brink in Whedon's now-defunct, high-concept Fox TV series "Dollhouse." Now, two years after that show wrapped, Wh...

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    5 Things You Might Not Know About 'Mad Max'

    Any day now, director George Miller will finally get rolling in Namibia on "Fury Road," the long-awaited continuation of the "Mad Max" series. Starring Tom Hardy in the role that launched Mel Gibson's career, with a cast that also includes Charlize Theron and Nicholas Hoult, the film's been in the w...

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    Bane's Caribbean Origin & Accented Voice In "The Dark Night Rises" (Things That Make You Go Hmm...)

    I was over on Entertainment Weekly's website this morning, checking out this week's cover story on The Dark Knight Rises (TDKR) and a preview of the 2012 summer movie season, and in a short feature on TDKR, I read this:

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    Ashley Judd Continues the Conversation on the Misogynistic Media

    Here's what she said:

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    5 Shows in Which Actors Play Worse Versions of Themselves

    Plenty of television shows have their stars, often comedians, playing fictionalized versions of themselves -- it's the simplest way to translate a stand-up act or other public persona to a scripted situation, from "The Jack Benny Show" to "The Cosby Show" to "Everybody L...

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    Project of the Day: From James Franco to Barbara Hammer, B. Ruby Rich to John Greyson, A Look at 'Masculinity/Femininity'

    Project of the Day: From James Franco to Barbara Hammer, B. Ruby Rich to John Greyson, A Look at 'Masculinity/Femininity'

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    Watch: Roman Coppola-Directed Farmers Insurance Tie-In Ad For 'The Avengers'

    While the decade-long drought between feature films will soon end as Roman Coppola continues his work in post on "A Glimpse Inside The Mind Of Charlie Swan III" -- his sophomore effort following 2001's "CQ" -- he certainly hasn't been lacking in things to do. He's bee...

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    First Official USA Poster For "Django Unchained" Revealed (Compare It To These Fan-Made Originals)

    Vanessa posted the Spanish-language teaser poster for the film last night, which was released by Sony Pictures International, the studio handling foreign distribution of the film.

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    The Essentials: The Films Of John Milius

    All those who complain about the liberal domination of Hollywood have never come across John Milius. A film school pal of George Lucas and Steven Spielberg, Milius had tried to join the Marine Corp, but was turned away due to his asthma. Instead, he channeled his frustrations into both a life-long o...

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