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    Watch: Jean-Claude Van Damme Has A Problem With His Pants In U.K. Coors Light Commercial

    Did you have a tough week at work? Problems with the girlfriend? Or perhaps you need a breather after perusing our exhaustive look at Terrence Malick's "The Thin Red Line"?

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    Watch: International Trailer For 'Rise Of The Planet Of Apes' Warns Don't Be Mean To John Lithgow

    In one of the most expensive and longest PETA ads ever committed to film, "Rise of the Planet of the Apes" will hit theaters later this summer with two messages: don't mess with John Lithgow and don't fuck with his ape.

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    Best Child-Actor Performances On Film (Survey)

    Earlier today, I attended a press screening of a beautiful yet tragic South African drama titled Life, Above All - a film we've covered a bit on S&A, including a review from MsWOO who saw it the London Film Festival last year (read her thoughts HERE).

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    Speechless: First Look At Tom Cruise In 'Rock Of Ages'

    If anything, "Rock of Ages" is shaping up to present its cast in ways you've never seen them before. In case you missed it, adjust your retinas and check out the first look at Alec Baldwin and Russell Brand over here and once your're done, come back and get a load of this.

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    Watch: Hilarious Red Band Trailer For '30 Minutes Or Less' Brings A Bomb To A Gunfight

    After a couple of amusing trailers and clips for Ruben Fleischer's "30 Minutes or Less," Sony knocks it out of the goddamn park with this latest, lengthy red band trailer which delivers big belly laughs right from the raunchy opening gag.

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    Samantha Morton Directing Music Video For The Kills; Directorial Debut 'The Unloved' Goes To DVD

    With a list of directors like Steven Spielberg, Lynne Ramsay, Jim Sheridan, Harmony Korine, Anton Corbjin, Charlie Kaufman and Michael Winterbottom on her resume, actress Samantha Morton certainly had more than enough experience to draw upon when venturing out for her own directorial debut "The Unloved." Premiering way back in 2009 at TIFF, the made-for-Brit-TV movie stars Molly Windsor, Robert Carlyle and Susan Lynch and tells the story of a young girl plucked from her abusive parents and placed into woefully inadequate government care. We caught the film at MIFF last year and called it "a compelling work of cinematic activism." And while it...

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    Bootleg Teaser Trailer For "The Dark Knight Rises"

    The film isn't out for another year, but we've already got a viral marketing campaign going, and now, a teaser trailer, which appears in front of prints of Green Lantern, in theaters this weekend. This is a bootleg version, so you know how that goes... or it could very well be a fake (h/t The Playli...

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    Because it's Friday, Here's the Rob Zombie Woolite Commercial

    Is Rob Zombie an independent filmmaker? Sure, why not. He directed "House of 1000 Corpses" back in 2003 and "The Devil's Rejects" and in 2005 and they had a certain Herschell Gordon Lewis feel. Since then, he's been extraordinarily prolific if not terribly innovative -- but if you're gonna sell out,...

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    Watch: 'The Dark Knight Rises' Teaser (Apparently) Leaks

    So, "Green Lantern" is terrible right? Well, if you're a hardcore DC Comics fan you're probably going to see it anyway and it looks like you'll be rewarded this weekend for handing over your $12.

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    Exclusive: Nerve-Wracking Clip From Michael Haneke-Esque Indie Thriller 'Daylight'

    Popping up on the festival circuit last year and earning some strong advance word, the no-budget thriller "Daylight" has lain dormant so long. Thankfully, distributor Cinema Purgatorio recognized its potential and will roll it out to theaters this summer.

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