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    New Look At Rachel Weisz In Terence Davies’ ‘The Deep Blue Sea’

    Film Will Premiere On The Fall Festival CircuitWhile it may not have as much heat right now as a number of other films gearing up for awards contention later this year, Terence Davies' "The Deep Blue Sea" is certainly one to be keeping an eye on. The legendary director who works about as often as Te...

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    Watch: The Onion Offers The Best Assessment Yet Of 'Green Lantern'

    With reviews dropping today for "Green Lantern" -- you can read ours right here -- the overall consensus is that it's a massive misfire with negative word coming from the most hardcore fanbase. That said, there are always the few fanboys who insist that anyone who doesn't like the movie has an axe t...

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    Watch: First Brief Clips From 'Moneyball' Starring Brad Pitt & Jonah Hill

    It's been a while since we've heard much on "Moneyball" and given the history behind it, it's a minor miracle it's even arriving at all. So a bit of recap, shall we?

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    The Hollywood/Coca-Cola Connection

    As I wrote yesterday, my family and I had an all-too-brief trip to Atlanta this past weekend for a family wedding, but we did get to see the Fox Theatre and another of the

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    Wendi Deng Murdoch Becomes a Producer

    Rupert Murdoch's wife Wendi is venturing into producing with the new film Snow Flower and the Secret Fan based on the best selling book by Lisa See. Ms. Deng Murdoch read the book several years ago and optioned it. She also raised the funding from mostly Chinese investors. The film will be releas...

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    Hossein Amini To Do Rewrites On Universal's 'Snow White And The Huntsman'

    There are two ways through life, the way of nature and the way of grace. Or in Hollywood terms, there are two ways to release a movie: rushed on a tight schedule, or finely tuned with a more realistic production. The battle between Relativity and Universal over their respective Snow White films has been ugly, with the former trumping the latter by moving their Tarsem-directed film all the way up to a March 16, 2012 release date -- nine months from now and no, it hasn't started shooting yet. Universal's "Snow White And The Huntsman" is currently set just under a year away on June 1, 2012, with a comparably luxurious year to get it on screens. ...

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    Deeply Uninteresting Poster For 'John Carter' Bows

    With "John Carter Of Mars" recently dropping half of its title to simply "John Carter" and now with the first poster being unveiled, it seems Disney is hell bent on making sure audiences don't know this movie takes place in outer space. Instead, if we were to take a guess, the movie appears to be ab...

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    Review: 'Jig' Could Have Used A Little More Spring In Its Step

    The common wisdom, when going into any documentary seems to be that, no matter what the subject, it will make it seem really, really interesting. And, truth be told, some pretty thrilling documentaries have been woven from things that, on the outset, appeared quite dull. Anyone who thought that "The...

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    Join Us Today! S&A Livecast Season 2, Episode 10 (Career Comebacks and Choices)

    So guess what today is? Another great live podcast with the S&A Crew! Come chat with us Wednesday at 8:00pm/est about great black cinema news. So what's on tap you ask? Careers...comebacks and choices!

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    Ben Stiller May Take A 'Neighborhood Watch' With Akiva Schaffer Offered Director's Chair

    2010 gave us two sides of Ben Stiller. We saw him in the excellent Noah Baumbach film "Greenberg" and watched him slum it in the absolutely dreadful "Little Fockers," Now, halfway through 2011, the actor is deciding what he'll do after he's finished up Brett Ratner's sort-of-promising ensemble comed...

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