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    Film Noir Blogathon, Hating on the Spider-Man and Sherlock Holmes Titles and More Discussion Fodder

    - Obviously this evolution of "Friday the 13th" villain Jason Voorhees is a failure since it doesn't include the future version in "Jason X." Otherwise, nice job, Ben Camberos. [via Culture Popped]

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    Woody Harrelson Not Sold Just Yet On A 'Zombieland' Sequel

    Almost as soon as "Zombieland" became a surprise box office hit, and scored with both audiences and critics, work was started on the sequel. The script was apparently finished last fall and while rumors surfaced about various celebrity cameos featured within, those were quickly stamped out.

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    OSCARS 2011 | "The Social Network" Composers Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross

    This profile of "The Social Network" composers Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross was originally published in late 2010. The duo have since gone on to garner an Oscar nomination for best original score.

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    Review: 'Unknown' Is Knowing Euro-Trash Fluff (Not Necessarily A Bad Thing)

    If you've seen the trailers for "Unknown," then you probably have a pretty good idea of what it's about and what it'll be like: all those quick cuts of car crashes and blue-tinted European scenery; Liam Neeson again assuming the role of grumpily righteous avenger (something he brought a laser-like f...

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    House Actress Lisa Edelstein Stands Up for Abortion Rights

    Here's the new ad from Move on.org

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    Watch: Two New Clips From Joe Wright's 'Hanna,' Plus A New Poster For The Thriller

    The first few months of the year are always relatively barren, as you may have noticed, but one of the highlights looks to be Joe Wright's "Hanna." A change of pace for the director, best known for his period work on "Pride & Prejudice" and "Atonement," the action-drama stars Saoirse Ronan as a youn...

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    Airbrushing Helen Mirren

    Here is Helen Mirren in the Arthur poster and Helen Mirren in real life. Doesn't her head look too big for her body in the Arthur poster?

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    Harvey Weinstein May Have His Groove Back & The Greatest Hits From Recent Vanity Fair Profile

    Watch Out British Helmer Richard Ayoade, Harvey Scissorhands May Be BackAdmittedly, we might be behind the times and some of us just started parsing Vanity Fair's fairly massive Hollywood Issue tome. Written by Bryan Burrough, (the author of " Public Enemies: America's Greatest Crime Wave and the Birth of the FBI, 1933–34" which spawned Michael Mann's 2009 movie) the thesis of the article is essentially what you see in its (and our) headline: Harvey Weinstein is back. Maybe a slightly more mature, warm and fuzzy Harvey Weinstein with 70% less temper tantrums and outbursts, but one that still knows how to make noise and get his hands dirty w...

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    Trailer Watch: Oranges and Sunshine

    Stars Emily Watson. Opens in the UK on April 1

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    The Small Screen: Aaron Sorkin To Talk Fast, Walk Through Corridors On '30 Rock'

    After a brief dip in quality in its fourth season, Tina Fey's "30 Rock" is firmly back on form, reinforcing its position as one of the funniest shows on TV in recent years. The show launched Fey's movie career and revitalized Alec Baldwin's in a big way (Tracy Morgan's, not so much), but the series ...

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