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    RECAP: RESCUE ME, the series finale

    EDITOR'S NOTE: This article contains spoilers for the series finale of Rescue Me. Read at your own risk.

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    Steven Soderbergh Dances Around Retirement & Praises Jennifer Ehle In 'Contagion'

    Matt Damon, Laurence Fishburne, Jennifer Ehle & Writer Scott Z. Burns Discuss Intense Virus ThrillerSteven Soderbergh’s new film “Contagion” depicts a scenario where a deadly virus breaks out across the globe, inspiring fear and paranoia among even close friends and relatives. In spite of the film’s portrayal of the threat, which is as deadly as it is invisible as it is ubiquitous, several of the members of the cast and crew, including Soderbergh, Matt Damon, Laurence Fishburne, Jennifer Ehle, and screenwriter Scott Z. Burns seemed unafraid to sit down next to one another at a recent Los Angeles press day. That said, Soderbergh admitted that ...

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    "Raisin In The Sun"-Inspired Race/Class Struggle Drama "Clybourne Park" Coming To Broadway In 2012

    The Mountaintop, Porgy & Bess, Stick Fly, A Streetcar Named Desire, and now add Bruce Norris' play titled, Clybourne Park, which examines race relations in the 1950s and in modern-day Chicago, to the list of new (or revival) plays/musicals coming to Broadway in the next 12 months that prominently fe...

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    Watch Anthony Mackie and Rosario Dawson in First Clip for "Ten Year"

    Ten Year, screening at the Toronto International Film Festival next Monday, also stars Channing Tatum, Jenna Dewan, Kate Ma Oscar Isaac, Chris Pratt, Ari Graynor and Max Minghella.

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    ‘The Thing’ Remake Yells "Boo!" In First Clip

    The hype generator surrounding Universal’s pricey remake/reimagining/whatever of John Carpenter’s 1982 chiller “The Thing” (itself a remake of 1951’s “The Thing From Another World”) has been on the fritz lately. We first got a fairly impressive look at the movie way back at last year’s New York Comic Con. At that point the film was scheduled for an April 29th, 2011 bow, before getting pushed back considerably to the more Halloween-friendly slot of October 14th, 2011. While this new release date is right around the corner, only one trailer and a single mysterious poster for the flick had surfaced in recent months (though we’re just happy it’s ...

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    That Book Is Back

    A book? In the Internet age? Yes, the 2012 edition of Leonard Maltin’s Movie Guide is now available, in two formats: a mass-market paperback (which still retails for $9.99) and a trade paperback edition. Apparently there are plenty of people who still use books—and enjoy consulti...

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    David Gordon Green Says He Re-Envisioned 'Suspiria' Remake After Natalie Portman Did 'Black Swan'

    Eclectic Director Talks Horror Remakes That Got It RightFew horror films are as critically revered and fanatically adored as Italian director Dario Argento’s operatic 1977 shocker “Suspiria.” Centered on the witchy goings-on at a prestigious ballet school, it is largely considered one of the scariest movies of all time and served as the chief inspiration for Darren Aronofsky’s Oscar-nominated (and similarly nightmarish) “Black Swan.” The idea of remaking “Suspiria” is a daunting one, but that hasn’t deterred David Gordon Green -- the versatile director behind such disparate films as “All the Real Girls,” “Pineapple Express” and "Your Highness...

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    Nick Broomfield on Sarah Palin: "Charming" "Feud-Like Vindictiveness"

    Nick Broomfield on Sarah Palin: "Charming" "Feud-Like Vindictiveness"

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    Honor Roll: SAG Honors Mary Tyler Moore, BAFTA Awards Beatty, SBIFF Tributes Michael Douglas

    The British Academy of Film and Television Arts Los Angeles (BAFTA LA) will honor Warren Beatty with the Stanley Kubrick Britannia Award for Excellence in Film. The actor, producer, director and writer has starred in a bevy of classics including: Bonnie and Clyde, Shampoo, Dick Tracy, and Splendor i...

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