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    Development Watch: Kunis/Franco in Oz, DiCaprio/Scorsese's Wolf, Firth's Fair Lady (UPDATED)

    - UPDATE 5/18: Michelle Williams will play Glinda, The Good Witch in Oz, The Great and Powerful.

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    movie review: Unknown

    In the French-made, English-language sleeper Taken, Liam Neeson was a former CIA operative who was (outlandishly) able to thwart a sex-trafficking ring. Audiences responded vociferously to his take-charge character. His latest film, Unknown, was also made in Europe—this time, Berlin—by Spanish-born ...

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  • The Playlist
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    Steve Carell To Join Meryl Streep In 'Great Hope Springs'

    With his run on "The Office" set to end soon, Steve Carell will be looking to fill up his calendar with movie roles. He's been linked to numerous projects over the past year -- too many to recount here -- but it looks like he's lining up one that will pair him with one of the great screen actresses ...

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    Watch "Threat Level Midnight," Action Thriller from "The Office"

    Last night's episode of The Office revealed Michael Scott's dream project, 11 years in the making, an action-spy thriller called Threat Level Midnight. Everyone wants to direct; we should have seen this coming.

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  • The Lost Boys
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  • The Playlist
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    Jude Law Joins The Cast Of Fernando Meirelles' Relationship Drama '360'

    Film To Be Shot In Seven Different Languages"City Of God" director Fernando Meirelles has gradually been building the cast for his Peter Morgan-scripted relationship drama "360" over the last couple of months but it looks like things are set to finally kick into gear very soon.

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  • Spout
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    "Social Network" Recalls a Classic, Marilyn Monroe in "Kill Bill" and More Discussion Fodder

    - For the "Spaceballs" fans, above is an image from a tshirt available at RedBubble. [via /Film]

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  • Thompson on Hollywood
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    Oscar Talk: King's Speech Sweep vs. Inception, Social Network, and Alice, Foreign and Shorts Picks

    On this week's Oscar Talk (podcast is below), Kris Tapley and I get a tad testy as Oscar season takes its toll. Kris insists that The King's Speech will dominate the categories (unlike the BAFTAs) and therefore does not throw out my Helena Bonham Carter theory. He sees Tom Hooper, I see David Finch...

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    Review: 'Vanishing On 7th Street' Disappears From Memory Quite Easily

    Rules. We sign a contract when we enter the theater, a contract usually based on an awareness of plot, genre, or even title. We expect certain elements to be present in a movie, certain laws the universe we witness abides, understands, and even subtly subverts. The horror genre differs in that it tr...

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    EXCLUSIVE: Louis Leterrier To Direct High Concept Heist Pic 'Now You See Me'

    While he didn't land the gig directing the James Cameron produced 3D remake of "Fantastic Voyage" -- the job has gone to Shawn Levy -- Louis Leterrier hasn't wasted any time in finding another project, and it's a pretty intriguing high concept heist movie.

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