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    Another Intriguing Actor Joins Cast Of Tyler Perry's "Alex Cross" Movie - Giancarlo Esposito

    Well damn! The casting of Tyler Perry's Alex Cross movie continues to get interesting. If anything, he's surrounding himself with some respected talents. But he's the star, so even with today's news, the movies success will still weigh heavily on his shoulders.

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    All-You-Can-Watch Netflix Model Coming To Theatrical Releases (Co-Created By Stacy Spikes)

    Things that make you go hmm... is this what the future might look like? All you cinephiles out there should be interested in this:

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    COLLABORATOR Poster Debut

    Yesterday, COLLABORATOR's Martin Donovan shared a bit about his experience writing and directing his first feature. We thought it might be nice to share with you our first try at a poster. It's our international version, set for our world premiere in competition at the Karlovy Vary Film Festival. ...

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    L.A. Film Fest Review: 'Don't Be Afraid Of The Dark' Can't Conjure Up The Scares

    In the 1970s, there was a number of made-for-television horror movies and among the best remembered were "Salem's Lot," "Burnt Offerings" and "Don't Be Afraid of the Dark." Of the last film, modern horror master Guillermo Del Toro has referred to it as "the scariest movie (he's) ever seen." If one were to watch it today, they'd scoff at that sentiment as the pacing is weird and the monsters are silly. But anyone could look back at the stuff that gave them the chills as kids with new, more cynical eyes, however, what Del Toro is trying to do as producer and co-writer of this new remake is to get all of us to feel what we felt as kids again. Wh...

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    "Transformers: Dark of the Moon" - Critics Hate It, Audiences Love It + Shia Likes Not Having To Act

    It opens wide today, though there have been press screenings, as well as some midnight screenings for regular folk. I'm not at all interested in the film, so I didn't bother with either. That last one was a long, loud, bloated mess of a film. And I think I'm done with Michael Bay movies for awhile. ...

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    Happy Pride Week!

    ME AT NINE, PERFORMING TO MADONNA IN SUMMER '91!

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    Openfilm: $500,000 Award to Short Filmmaker to Produce Feature!

    The FilmCollaborative uses them to stream films for buyers. Miami Int'l Film Festival loves them. Now they're trying to finance content now too. They have just announced the filmmaker that their advisory board (James Caan, Robert Duvall, Scott Caan, Mark Rydell) has selected to produce a feature fi...

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    Will Smith Taps Denzel Washington To Star In Katrina Drama "The American Can"

    One of the dozens on projects on Will Smith's future slate... a film initially announced almost exactly 2 years ago, in May 2009, when Sony Pictures and Smith's Overbrook Entertainment picked up the movie rights to the story of an ex-Marine who orchestrated the rescue of hundreds of his neighbors du...

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    BBC Worldwide Commissions 1st South African TV Series "Come Dine With Me"

    It's not yet in the states is it?

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    Review: 'Larry Crowne' Finds Tom Hanks & Julia Roberts In A Miscalculated, Muddled Rom-Com

    People get excited about a new Tom Hanks movie simply because people fucking love Tom Hanks. He's both an affable everyman and a huge movie star, and in the performances he leaves on screen, whether it’s a slow-witted American who happens into great moments of history, a gay man living with AIDS, or...

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