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    New Trailer & Photos Of 'The Help' Starring Emma Stone, Viola Davis & Bryce Dallas Howard

    There's sort of two ways to look at DreamWorks' upcoming civil rights drama, "The Help." Set in the 1960s during the civil rights movement, the picture is either (or probably) a) an Oscar contender, b) a literate-minded chick flick (this is a starved audience and Oprah will be endorsing this, you can be sure of it) or c) an interesting mix of the two that may have some worthwhile elements such as, say, "Julie & Julia." August isn't much of an Oscar month so we're leaning away from a), however, the respectable "Julie & Julia" came out in August of 2009 and it earned Meryl Streep a much-earned 16th Oscar nomination (she didn't win, but she's wo...

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    Tina Fey Bossypants Excerpts: The Mother's Prayer for Its Daughter

    In case you live under a rock, 30 Rock creator-star Tina Fey's new book, Bossypants, is getting good reviews like this one in the LAT:But any concern that Fey, like so many before her, has been ruined by fame is quickly dispelled by "Bossypants," a book that reminds you why Fey has succeeded where so many have failed — because she is precise, professional and hilarious. At first, "Bossypants" appears to be just more of the same — there's Fey on the cover looking fabulous but not owning it (her airbrushed face is framed by two large and hairy male arms) and the back is filled with fake and self-deprecating quotes regarding her appearance and t...

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    Look Out Camelot, Fernando Meirelles Developing Biopic 'Onassis'

    While it didn't get more glamorous when John F. Kennedy and Jacqueline Lee Bouvier tied the knot, after the President passed on she entered another high profile power marriage with Greek shipping magnate Aristotle Onassis. And now it looks he's about to get his own movie that will profile his touchy...

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    SUN TV, Canada's FOX News, Hits The Airwaves Today

    SUN TV, Canada's answer to FOX News, launches today at 430pm. And this embarrassingly low rent and downright farcical promo reel suggests we should expect production values that make the rest of Canadian television appear downright American...

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    'A Serbian Film' To Get NC-17 Theatrical Release, Edited & Unrated VOD Release

    There hasn't been a film more controversial in recent memory than Srdjan Spasojevic's "A Serbian Film." If you thought you could handle torture porn, this one takes it to a whole new level with rape, necrophilia, and pedophilia all depicted quite graphically in the film that supposedly acts as a met...

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    Daily indieWIRE Clicks: Spurlock, Cannes, Tribeca, Von Trier & More

    Today on indieWIRE Morgan Spurlock dished on making the "Greatest Movie," Cannes announced another lineup, Lars Von Trier went easy on Kirsten Dunst and more.

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    A Curation of Nicolas Cage Debacles, Difficulties & Dinosaur Skulls

    The trouble with a movie star who runs afoul of the law in the age of chasing celebrity hot topics to build traffic, is that when you mess up, the media piles on you, big time. Nic Cage's run-in with the New Orleans cops this weekend is a case in point. We round up some of the more responsible cover...

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    Dayo Okeniyi & Amandla Stenberg Join 'Hunger Games' As Thresh & Rue

    This one is for the "Hunger Games" die hards because this writer hasn't read the books, nor does he intend to, so everyone else will have to sound off if this is good casting or not.

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    Nick Cassavetes Won't Be Directing 'Gotti: Three Generations'

    Looks like Nick Cassavetes won't be getting down and dirty with the Gotti family after all.

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    Matt Reeves To Go Down Another 'Passage' With Vampires

    It looks like Matt Reeves isn't done with vampires yet, and one week after it was announced he would be tackling an adaptation of Ray Nelson‘s short story “8 O’Clock In The Morning” he's added another potential project to his plate also based on a book.

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