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    Tisha Campbell-Martin Talks About Her New Lifetime Show "The Protector"

    When you think of actress Tisha Campbell-Martin, you're more likely to connect her with the popular comedic shows Martin and My Wife And Kids but with her co-starring role on the new Lifetime series The Protector, starring Ally Walker, she's getting back to her dramatic roots.

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    Watch: Teaser Trailer For Uninspired 'Cars' Spinoff 'Planes'

    Remember the glory days when Pixar stood as the antithesis of the sequel churning, money hungry folks like Disney and DreamWorks? Well those times are long gone. With "Cars 2" on the way, and "Monsters University" on the horizon, Pixar movies are now brands that need to be exploited, and now under t...

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    Japanese Poster For 'The Tree Of Life' Is Very Japanese

    If you haven't seen Terrence Malick's "The Tree Of Life" rest assured it's coming to your town/country soon for you folks in Japan, the movie now has a thoroughly...Japanese poster.

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    Indiewire's Project of the Day: Egyptian Uprising Doc "The People Demand"

    Each week, we usually gather up four or five projects in progress to feature in a single column. Now it's going to be a daily feature, so we can give the spotlight to a single project each day.

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    Retro 'Captain America' Poster Fulfills The Dream Of Punching Hitler In The Face

    What else says "AMERICA!" like punching Adolf Hitler in the face? We can't think of anything and apparently neither could the designer of this illustrated, limited edition poster for "Captain America: The First Avenger."

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    'Green Lantern' Reportedly Cost $300 Million; Director Martin Campbell Won't Return For Sequel

    Greg Berlanti Describes The Film As A Cross Between 'Star Wars' & 'Top Gun'How much does it cost to make a "Green Lantern" light? Apparently $300 million (including marketing). That's the number being tossed around in a New York Times profile on the film and it's a pretty staggering figure.

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    Burkinabe Polyandry Dramedy "An Uncommon Woman" Acquired For Distribution By ArtMattan Productions

    I first saw this film at the New York African Film Festival earlier this year, and enjoyed its reversal of traditional patriarchal standards. It's hilarious... poignant, and message-driven, but hilarious.

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    Academy Receives Record Number of Entries for Nicholl Fellowships in Screenwriting

    The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences received a record number of entries for the 2011 Nicholl Fellowships in Screenwriting. From the 6,730 entries, up to five winners will be selected to receive $30,000 this November.

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    Cedric The Entertainer Hosting New NBC Game Show

    Looks like the world's biggest fedora hat lover Cedric The Entertainer has a summer gig! He's set to host a new game show titled It’s Worth What? The show explores the value to hidden gems from the attics of America.

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    Tickets Now On Sale For For Katori Hall's MLK Play "The Mountaintop" Starring Samuel L Jackson

    The show doesn't open until October 13, and the lead actress hasn't even been cast yet, but tickets for the Broadway premiere of Katori Hall's 2010 Olivier Award-winning Best Play, The Mountaintop, are now officially on sale.

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