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    Alternate 'Inception' Poster Revealed, Christopher Nolan Talks Theories About The Film's Ending

    An alternate poster for "Inception" has been revealed and well, it's pretty clear to see why it was an alternate. The stars remain figures in the distance as the cityscape curls up around them and really, it's not as striking as the official one sheets and character posters that got the thumbs up. B...

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    Liam Neeson Means Business On Poster For 'Unknown'

    Liam Neeson holding a gun on a blue tinted poster only means one thing: it's yet another vehicle for the thespian to show that if push comes to shove and somebody kidnaps his daughter or frames him for a crime he didn't commit or in this case, steals his identity, he is going to unleash some serious...

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    Emma Stone Won't Be Hanging Out At '21 Jump Street' With Jonah Hill

    Shooting On 'Spider-Man' Starts In 2 WeeksBummer. Once the rising Emma Stone signed on for "Spider-Man" we sort of figured this would happen but held out a glimmer of hope that with "21 Jump Street" shooting early-ish next year (filming was pushed back slightly on the film), somehow she would be abl...

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    2010 Box Office Turkeys and Why They're Important

    The annual Thanksgiving-themed look at the biggest box office "turkeys" of the year is up at Forbes.com, and in order the major flops of 2010 are as follows: "Jonah Hex," "Extraordinary Measures," "Repo Men," "Scott Pilgrim vs. the World," "Let Me In," "Splice," "MacGruber," "Green Zone," "Furry Vengeance," "From Paris With Love," "Charlie St. Cloud" and "Edge of Darkness." Interestingly enough, many of these have their own significant followings. "Scott Pilgrim" is the geek favorite of the year. "MacGruber" has been (wrongly in my opinion) deemed a new comedy classic by many. "Let Me In" tops a best of 2010 list compiled by Stephen King, who...

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    Exit Through The Gift Shop Now On VOD; DVD December 14

    The mysterious Exit Through The Gift Shop--the story of how a shopkeeper-filmmaker (Thierry Guetta) tried for five years to make a documentary about street art, only to meet British stencil graffiti artist Banksy, who turned the camera on Guetta instead--has been full of surprises from the start.

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    Stephen King Names 'Let Me In' The Best Movie Of 2010

    Geeks love to champion films but it seems that this year, they either stayed away or couldn't convince anyone other than their Internet friends to go to the movies. "Kick-Ass" and "Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World" failed to set the box office on fire, but perhaps most deserving of mainstream appreciatio...

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    film review: TANGLED

    I approach each new Disney film with a combination of eagerness and apprehension: will it be as good as I want it to be? Can “the new guys” carry the torch lit by Walt and his colleagues so many years ago? Where Tangled is concerned, I knew within minutes that the answer was yes. I could tell from t...

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    Billy Bob Thornton Reveals A Few More Details About 'Jayne Mansfield's Car'

    Just a couple of days ago, Billy Bob Thornton revealed he had a new directorial effort in the works, "Jayne Mansfield's Car." Not much was known about the film but in an interview with Reuters (via /Film), Thornton has opened up a little more about the film.

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    film review: Burlesque

    The people behind Burlesque did at least a few things right. First, Cher has an amazing screen presence, and a way with dialogue that seems absolutely effortless. (I’ll admit, it takes some adjustment to accept her now-frozen face, but one either accepts Cher as it or not at all.) Then they hired Stanley Tucci to play her gay best friend and right-hand man, essentially reprising the role he essayed so well in The Devil Wears Prada. No matter—he brightens every scene he’s in, and delivers his lines with the panache of a true master. But these old pros have to swim up-tide against a screenplay that’s so hokey and weather-beaten you have to wond...

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    Doug Liman Talks Fair Game, CIA Spies, Valerie Plame, Bourne, Jumper, New York vs. Hollywood

    Director Doug Liman fascinates me. He's hard to get a handle on. An indie filmmaker who broke through with Swingers and Go, after his smash hits The Bourne Identity and Mr. and Mrs. Smith, Liman became a Hollywood director for hire (see: Warners' upcoming All You Need is Kill and Universal's Moon pr...

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