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    Ricky Gervais Returns As Globes Host; Celebrate With This Liam Neeson Video

    Hard to believe, but now that Ricky Gervais has been announced as the returning host,  The Golden Globes are much more relevant than the Oscars – in the worlds of media and television if not film. Bringing Gervais back after his irreverent turn last time was always an inspired idea, but c...

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    Ricky Gervais Returns To Host The Golden Globes, Piss Off Hollywood

    Ratings 1, Hollywood Egos 0

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    Golden Globes Want Gervais To Return as Host

    Gluttons for punishment are the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, who don't seem to mind the heaps of scathing contempt lathered on them by Brit comedian Ricky Gervais at last year's Golden Globe telecast. He acted like someone who was hoping to get out of having to host again. While ther...

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    Michael K. Williams Won't Be In 'Django Unchained' But Books 'Snitch'

    Bummer! Though once mooted for the lead role that eventually went to Jamie Foxx, Quentin Taraninto has long had his eye on Michael K. Williams (aka Omar from "The Wire") for a role in "Django Unchained." The actor himself chatted up the prospect of starring in the movie, saying e...

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    Giving Away 2 Premium All-Access Passes To 2011 African Diaspora International Film Festival

    The African Diaspora International Film Festival kicks off its 2011 festivities next week Friday, November 25th, right here in New York City, and I'll be covering it.

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    Mads Brügger on Radical Journalism and His Controversial IDFA Opener "The Ambassador"

    Opening the International Documentary Festival Amsterdam this evening, Mads Brügger's "The Ambassador" is certain to be one of the most discussed documentaries at the festival, as well as scores of documentary festivals to come.  Brügger's follow-up to his Sundance F...

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    A Slew Of New Oscar-Bait Pics Hit The Web (And ‘One For The Money’ Sneaks In There Too)

    As the Oscar season heats up, studios always get stills of their contenders up onto the web, creating buzz, allowing readers to say, “Oh, so that’s what it’ll look like,” and this year is no exception.

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    For "Largo Winch," Being an Action Hero is a Chore

    In action movies, speed, surprise, the clash of fists or the wisp of a bullet's path can transcend the need for narrative; sometimes, the cinema of distraction adds up to a satisfying whole. That's not the case in "The Heir Apparent: Largo Winch," an adaptation of the 1970's Be...

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    The Sexiest Man Alive????

    Seriously People, Bradley Cooper!? I wouldn't even feel comfortable calling him "The Sexiest 'Closeted Homosexual' Who 'Dated' Renee Zelwegger" (sorry, I have a weird thing for country singers).

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    So, That New Indiewire Design. What'd You Think of It?

    You may have noticed: Indiewire launched an all-new design last week. And we'd love to know what you think of it. One of the driving forces in the design was creating a lot more transparency for our content. The site's last significant redesign was in 2008; since then, IW developed a si...

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