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    Robin McLeavy Joins 'Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter' As The President's Mother

    After being linked to the love interest role eventually won by Mary Elizabeth Winstead, little known Australian actress Robin McLeavy has now eventually joined the cast of Timur Bekmambetov's adaptation of Seth Grahame-Greene's cult favorite "Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter" instead in the role of t...

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    Logan Marshall-Green Joins Ridley Scott's 'Prometheus' As Noomi Rapace's Love Interest

    While you may not know who he is now, that will soon change. Deadline reports that Logan Marshall-Green -- best known as the Tom Hardy look-a-like in "Devil" and star of the undercover cop drama "Dark Blue" -- has joined Ridley Scott's "Prometheus" in a lead role.

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    'Hesher' To Hit Theaters On May 13th; 'The People Vs. George Lucas' Picked Up By Wrekin Hill

    After first unspooling at the Sundance Film Festival way back in January 2010, Spencer Susser's "Hesher" is finally making its way to theaters. In press release announcing distributor Wrekin Hill's new partnership with the National Entertainment Collectibles Association came word of the release date...

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    Meet the 2011 SXSW Filmmakers | "A Year in Mooring" Director Chris Eyre

    Disarming in its subtly, "A Year in Mooring" is the quiet cinematic journey about the inevitability of change. Starring Josh Lucas in his first leading dramatic role, "A Year in Mooring" follows the story of a successful businessman (Lucas) attempting to resurrect his life. Entering an idyllic harbo...

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    Reason I Wish I Was @ SXSW #2: A Breakout British Gay Indie Romance!

    Check out Eric Kohn's glowing review of Andrew Haigh’s British drama “Weekend” and try not to wish you were watch that film right now. It starts:

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    Things You Should Do Before You Die: The Wynwood Art Walk in Miami

    So for the first 4 nights I was in Miami, I was certain I hated it. Spending the majority of my time in South Beach, I was overwhelmed by aflockalypse of douchebags and slutty hos, and a sense of artificiality that puts the worst parts of Los Angeles to shame. But then on my final night I almost accidentally came across the Wynwood Art Walk, which takes place the second Saturday of every month in what first appears to be a pretty sketchy part of downtown Miami. And it was amazing. Dozens and dozens of art galleries open their doors (and give out free liquor that you can take with you to the streets) to a completely different breed of Miami F...

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    David Lynch To Direct Duran Duran Concert Webcast

    While it's coming on five years since "Inland Empire" with no word yet of another feature, it's not like David Lynch hasn't been keeping busy. He's been selling coffee, doing weather reports, shooting a campaign for Lady Dior with Marion Cotillard and releasing music (more on that in a second), but ...

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    SXSW Review: 'Sound Of My Voice' A Sparse, Sturdy Debut By Zal Batmanglij; Star Turn By Brit Marling

    A sterile basement, untouched by tainted hands. A small coalition of the willing, clean, bright-eyed and brimming with a mixture of fear and optimism. A beautiful woman with a secret, clad in white, attached to a breathing apparatus, telling an outlandish story. Like the listeners, you hang onto eve...

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    SXSW Review: 'Bridesmaids' Is Hilarious & Heartfelt

    "Bridesmaids" unveiled at SXSW as an announced work-in-progress screening, However, as director Paul Feig introduced the film, revealed that the picture was only missing a couple of minor sound edits and color corrections, but was not going to change in any significant way and that, except a couple ...

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    Exclusive: Neil Burger Talks 'Limitless,' Working With Robert De Niro & Making Mid-Budgeted Sci-Fi

    With only four film deep into his career, filmmaker Neil Burger has been amassing a varied body of work. So far he's done mystical period drama ("The Illusionist"), a pseudo docum-drama about who killed JFK ("Interview With The Assassin"), an post Iraq War indie drama ("The Lucky Ones"), and now his...

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