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    ND/NF '12 Review: 'Gimme The Loot' Paints An Affectionate Portrait Of The Foibles Of Inner City Youth

    The streets of New York City are alive in SXSW hit "Gimme The Loot," the endearing and charmingly unpretentious first feature from director Adam Leon. The film seems to move to the beat of jangling spray paint cans, particularly those in the deep pockets of Malcolm and Sofia. These two high schooler...

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    Susan Sarandon, Shepard Fairey & Rob Lowe Will Participate in 2012 Tribeca Talks

    The 2012 Tribeca Film Festival has announced the lineup for its Tribeca Talks panel series.

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    Zoobe Zoobe Zoo! Buy Jessica Pare's 'Zou Bisou, Bisou' on Semi-Ironic Vinyl

    Jessica Paré-as-Megan Draper's sultry take on Gillian Hills' 1961 "Zou bisou bisou," while her husband and guests looked on with varying degrees of admiration, lust, discomfort and embarrassment, was the signature moment of last night's "Mad Men" season premier...

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    The Hunger Games Scores the Third Best Opening Weekend EVER

    The Hunger Games Scores the Third Best Opening Weekend EVER

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    Scarlett Johansson To Reprise Black Widow Again In 'Iron Man 3,' Gwyneth Paltrow & Don Cheadle Also Confirmed To Return

    We're a little more than two weeks away from the world premiere of Marvel's "The Avengers" on April 11th, which can only mean one thing for the comic company and fledgling movie studio: the start of phase two of their plans. Everything so far, from 2008's "Iron Man" t...

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    Writer Aaron P. Clark Tells His Story (“How Spike Lee taught me Patience”); What's Yours?

    Writer Aaron P. Clark Tells His Story (“How Spike Lee taught me Patience”); What's Yours?

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    Girl On Fire: 5 Things That Worked In 'The Hunger Games' & 5 That Didn't

    If you heard the sound of popping champagne corks and cheering in Los Angeles over the weekend, it’s more than likely that it was the celebrations over at Lionsgate HQ. The mini-major were built on low-budget genre fare like “Saw,” but hoped that their adaptation of young-adult publishing phenomenon...

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    Watch Jennifer Lawrence Be Ridiculously Adorable on David Letterman

    For a variety of uninteresting reasons, this blog took a two week dormancy: But wes be back. And with a generally anticlimactic post.

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    Smash Gets Renewed But Creator and Showrunner Theresa Rebeck Departs

    With a one-two punch on Thursday afternoon, NBC renewed Smash -- the show about creating a musical based on Marilyn Monroe, but also revealed that the creator, main writer, executive producer and showrunner Theresa Rebeck will be leaving the show.  (Full disclosure - Theresa Rebeck is a friend....

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    Discuss: Eric Roberts Says 'The Dark Knight' Didn't "Educate, Enlighten, Move, Comfort" -- Is He Right?

    A few of years ago, fanboys got in a hullabaloo when Christopher Nolan's "The Dark Knight" -- the box office smash and critical favorite which wound up on numerous top ten lists of 2008 -- missed out on Best Picture and Best Director nominations at the Oscars. Unofficially, the snub is...

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