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    Watch Trailer For "Justice League: Doom", Feat. Voices Of Carl Lumbly, Phil Morris, Bumper Robinson

    Reportedly a loose adaptation of the Mark Waid series, "JLA: Tower of Babel", the animated film Justice League: Doom was adapted and written by Dwayne McDuffie right before his death in February 2011, and is directed by Lauren Montgomery, according to ComicBookmovie.com. It is set to be released in ...

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    Nadia Denton's "Black British Filmmaker's Guide to Success" Now Available To Download

    Last month we told you about Nadia Denton and her new and valuable book The Black British Filmmaker’s Guide to Success which she describes as a "personal development guide that is packed with very practical guidance to assist filmmakers in securing funding, marketing and distribution opportunities f...

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    Watch Now: Trailer For Steve McQueen's Sex-Addiction Drama "Shame"

    It took long enough! A worldwide exclusive from Guardian.co.uk, here's the trailer for Steve McQueen's critically acclaimed sex addiction drama Shame, starring Michael Fassbender, Carey Mulligan, James Badge Dale and Nicole Beharie.

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    'Godzilla' Stomps & 'Belle De Jour' Swoons Into The Criterion Collection In January

    Steve Soderbergh's 'Traffic' Goes BluIs your Grandma, or maybe a distant Aunt or perhaps a creepy Uncle sending you some money for Christmas? Well, before blowing it on New Year's Eve booze, you might want to sock it away because in January, The Criterion Collection will be offering up some nice pos...

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    Watch A Preview Of The New NBC Crime Drama "Grimm" Co-starring Russell Hornsby

    Making it's debut October 28th is the crime drama Grimm on the NBC network. The show is a captivating mix of fantasy and mystery.

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    Juan Carlos Fresnadillo Won't Take Flight With 'The Crow'

    'Intruders' Gets Picked Up By MilleniumPoor Eric Draven. No one wants to bring him back to life. The long gestating reboot of "The Crow" is once again on the skids, as a director has, once again, left the project.

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    SBIFF Video: Michael Douglas Accepts Kirk Douglas Award for Excellence in Film

    Last night, the Santa Barbara International Film Festival honored Michael Douglas with the sixth annual Kirk Douglas Award for Excellence in Film. Joined by wife Catherine Zeta-Jones, friends Danny Devito, Rhea Perlman, Annette Bening, Christopher Lloyd, Dennis Miller, Bo Derek, Ivan Reitman, Andy D...

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    Branch by Branch: Debating Oscars for Moneyball, Girl with Dragon Tattoo, TOH vs. Awards Daily

    Every so often New Yorker Thelma Adams (ex-critic of Us Magazine now at AMC's filmcritic.com) invites me to debate various Oscar topics with her and D.C.-based Susan Wloszczyna (USA Today), LA Oscar blogger Sasha Stone (Awards Daily) and Seattle's Kim Voynar (MovieCityNews). We toss things around--o...

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    ABC Cancels "Charlie's Angels" Reboot

    ABC's Charlie's Angels, featuring a first "black angel" (actress Annie Ngosi Ilonzeh), has been canceled and its production shut down, according to Deadline.

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    Trailer Watch: Shame, the UK Version, Latest Searchlight Oscar Contender

    Fox Searchlight bravely took on the release of Telluride and Toronto Fest sex-addict shocker Shame (December 2), which reunites Brit director Steve McQueen with his Hunger star Michael Fassbender. Hunger was not an easy shoot, nor was Shame, and McQueen may well have directed Fassbender to his first...

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