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    Tim Dowling Takes Pen To 'Uptown Saturday Night' Remake; Will Smith & Denzel Washington May Star

    'Wedding Crashers' Helmer David Dobkin Still Attached To DirectDevelopment hell can be torture for whoever wants to see their pet project brought to the big screen, so good news for the folks behind "Uptown Saturday Night" remake. Movement is happening once again.

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    Breaking Dawn Will Not Be First R-Rated Twilight Movie, Summit Confirms

    During his promotional rounds for Water for Elephants, E.W. and Vanity Fair cover-boy Rob Pattinson talks about life beyond Twilight -- "I literally feel like we’ve been doing it my whole life" he says, and the upcoming Breaking Dawn movies.

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    "I Would Mop The Floor For Zack Snyder" Emily Browning Says About Intense, Rewarding 'Sucker Punch'

    Actress Jokes She Would Play 'Superman's Dad If Snyder Asked Her, Also Gives Details On Her Disturbing Next Project 'Sleeping Beauty'EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Zack Snyder's "Sucker Punch" is, if anything, a film like few we've seen before: a female-led fantasy action series where a bunch of girls kick some serious ass in a series of highly stylized fantasy worlds in an effort to escape their reality at an oppressive mental asylum. Baby Doll, the newest patient, leads the pack of young runaways and orphans as they fight off zombie soldiers, dragons and machine-gun wielding robots in an attempt to find the five keys to their freedom. We had the chan...

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    Will Amy Adams Get Her Song On In 'Rock Of Ages'?

    With a big, juicy summer release date now set, "Rock of Ages" is moving full steam ahead and Adam Shankman is circling another big star for the film.

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    When Should We See the Movie? Taking Issue Again with Works in Progress and Director's Cuts

    I guess technically I never actually saw "Client 9: The Rise and Fall of Eliot Spitzer." And though I reviewed the doc from Sundance, I haven't technically seen Morgan Spurlock's "The Greatest Movie Ever Sold," which has added new footage since its world premiere. Was it worth it for critics to write about "Bridesmaids" last week from SXSW since, like the version of "Client 9" I saw (as "Untitled Eliot Spitzer Movie") at Tribeca last year, it was billed as a "work in progress"? Should you bother seeing "Sucker Punch" this weekend if you know Zach Snyder's true, intended version (his director's cut) will be made available later? Did you feel s...

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    PG-13 Cut Of 'The King's Speech' Arrives On April Fools Day

    Fresh off taking home Best Picture, Best Actor and Best Director at the Oscars, The Weinstein Company is ready to take "The King's Speech" for another round in theaters but this time, you'll be able to bring your kids.

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    Jim Carrey Mails It In Again In Trailer To 'Mr. Popper's Penguins'

    When Richard and Florence Atwater wrote "Mr. Popper's Penguins" in 1938, do you think they expected, one day, it would be a vehicle for an over-the-hill comedian where he teaches the titular creatures to dance to a grating late-twentieth-century pop staple that people only like for ironic reasons? B...

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    Elizabeth Olsen & Josh Radnor Go To School For 'Liberal Arts'

    'How I Met Your Mother' Star Will Direct & Star Based On His ScriptThe Sundance Film Festival is good to a lot of people, but no one seems to benefit more than rising new stars on the independent film scene.

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    Lionsgate Schedules Katherine Heigl's 'One For The Money' With A January 27, 2012 Release Date

    It looks like Katherine Heigl just got Nic Caged. Her upcoming murder-mystery comedy "One For The Money" was previously set for a summer debut of July 8th. It was then moved to June 3rd where it would have squared off against "X-Men: First Class," but Lionsgate then wisely decided that trying to go ...

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    Hot Docs' Sean Farnel

    Sean Farnel – The present and future of documentary films

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