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    Angelina Jolie Confirms 'Sleeping Beauty' Reboot 'Maleficent' Is Next, Starts Shooting in June

    Speaking with Entertainment Weekly on the eve of her directorial debut "In the Land of Blood and Honey" hitting home video, Angelina Jolie confirmed that her next feature will be the "Sleeping Beauty" retelling "Maleficent." "The next thing I’m doing is 'Maleficent' for Disney. I start it in June, a...

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    Watch: Feel-Good Trailer for French Phenomenon 'The Intouchables"

    With all the talk surrounding Harvey Weinstein's decision to release "Bully" unrated, you'd be forgiven for forgetting about the other films The Weinstein Company have on the horizon. To remind you, the company has released their trailer for "The Intouchables," France'...

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    New Images From Andrew Niccol's Stephanie Meyer Adaptation 'The Host,' Including First Look At Diane Kruger

    What’s wrong, can’t wait for the next adaptation of a young adult novel to hit the silver screen? Well if the box-office-shattering release of “The Hunger Games” didn’t quench your thirst for YA lit-based movies, perhaps a few images from the latest adaptation of “Twilight” saga author Stephenie Mey...

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    Hot Docs Announces Projects For This Year's Forum; Finalists For Doc Fund

    The Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival has announced 25 projects that will be presented in this year's Hot Docs Forum -- part of North America's largest documentary market. Taking place May 2 and 3, the projects were selected from 150 submissions from 15 different countrie...

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    Jonathan Dayton & Valerie Faris' 'He Loves Me' Retitled 'Ruby Sparks,' Set For July 25th Release Date

    Despite their debut feature "Little Miss Sunshine" being the toast of Sundance, becoming a sleeper box-office hit, and picking up a Best Picture Academy Award nomination (as well as winning the Oscars for Supporting Actor Alan Arkin and Michael Arndt's screenplay), directing couple Jon...

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    Is Princess Culture Redeemable?

    I am extremely ambivalent about the whole princess thing.  If I never saw another princess anywhere it would be too soon.  But I live in the real world and write about Hollywood and Hollywood is infused with princesses.  In fact,  we've got two big princess movies coming down...

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    2 Disc 'Eastbound & Down' Soundtrack On The Way Featuring Black Keys, The Stooges, MC5, Kenny Rogers & More

    Well, Kenny fucking Powers will be pitching his last innings in "Eastbound & Down" as the show winds up its third and final season with a only a few more episodes to go. But you'll still have the opportunity to keep that good time feeling going all summer long.

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    Jeffrey Wright Replaces Forest Whitaker In Indie Thriller "A Single Shot"

    Jeffery Wright is replacing Forest Whitaker in the thriller A Single Shot, in a strong cast that also includes Sam Rockwell and W.H. Macy.

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    Why 'A Dangerous Method' Tops Indiewire's 5 Blu-ray/DVD Picks This Week

    This week on Blu-ray DVD: A period picture courtesy of David Cronenberg; Angelina Jolie's directorial debut; a classic about the Titanic that's not directed by James Cameron; a documentary on filmmaking trailblazer Roger Corman; and a hit French romantic comedy.

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    'A Single Shot' Finally Moves Forward With Jeffrey Wright, Sam Rockwell & William H. Macy

    If "A Single Shot" sounds vaguely familiar, it's because it has been on our radar under various guises for some time now. A number of cast members have joined and left the project over the past couple of years, but David M. Rosenthal's film has now made it in front of cameras with ...

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