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    'Carrie' & 'Fletch' Remakes Get Writers; Stephen King Baffled Why They're Gonna Bother

    A little bit of forward momentum on a couple of projects that have been brewing for the past little while now.

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    New Trailer For "Transformers: Dark of the Moon" Promises It'll be Loud & Sh*t Will Be Blown Up

    No use in commenting is there? But you'll be glad to know that it's void of any robo-minstrelsy... at least, Michael Bay has put up $25,000 of his own money to anyone who can find Skids and Mudflap in Transformers: Dark of the Moon, when it opens June 29.

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    Tom Cruise Locked For 'Oblivion' Which Will Shoot This Fall, Circling Del Toro's 'Pacific Rim'

    While Universal has been cagey with expensive, risky projects of late stalling Ron Howard's "The Dark Tower" and pulling the plug on Guillermo del Toro's "At the Mountains of Madness," one thing they have no hesitation about is Tom Cruise.

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    Andrew Dosunmu’s “Restless City” Premieres In New York May 29th

    Congratulations New Yorkers! You'll FINALLY get your first chance to see Nigerian filmmaker, Andrew Dosunmu’s Restless City, a Sundance 2011 entry, which I saw, loved and also reviewed on the old website, HERE.

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    What to See This Week: "Bridesmaids"...Again

    Reports came flooding in mid-week that "Bridesmaids" bested "Thor" at the box-office on Monday and Tuesday, proving that positive word of mouth can go a long way. In case you haven't heard, the flick is funny. I'm talking 'worrying-you-might-piss-yourself' funny. The bridal gown store sequence alone...

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    Watch: New 'Transformers: Dark Of The Moon' Trailer Adds Footage, Still No Lines For That New Girl

    With the release date now moved ahead a couple days for maximum box office potential, a new trailer has dropped for Michael Bay's upcoming CGI fest, "Transformers: Dark of the Moon."

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    Buck Tops Woody

    Buck Brannaman and Tom Brokaw at Rue 57 in New York. Photo by Ryan McCune/Patrick McMullan.

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    Also New In Theaters This Weekend - Meagan Good's "Video Girl"

    I missed this in my previous "To See This Weekend" post earlier today... last we checked, it was scheduled to open in a limited release beginning April 29th. But I don't think that ever happened. I say that because I just got info stating that it's actually in theaters TODAY, May 20th, still in a li...

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    Watch: TV Sneak Peeks For J.J. Abrams' 'Alcatraz,' Jonathan Nolan's 'Person Of Interest' & More

    Steven Spielberg's 'Terra Nova,' Liz Meriwether's Dreadful Looking 'New Girl,' 'Napoleon Dynamite' Cartoon' & Jonah Hill's 'Allen Gregory' Also Get Previewed'Wait a minute. A post with trailers for televisions shows? Believe it, friendo. The small screen, not so long ago considered an ancient artifa...

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    The Other Palme d'Or: 6 Marvelous Cannes-Winning Shorts from Years Past

    On Sunday, the Cannes Film Festival Jury, headed by Robert De Niro, will be announcing this year’s Palme d’Or. And while that’s certainly exciting, it's easy to overlook its twin award, the Palme d’Or for short film. The honor has existed for almost as long as the festival itself and over the years has jump-started quite a few careers, from Norman McLaren and Albert Lamorisse to Jane Campion and Nuri Bilge Ceylan. One can even trace the origins of the Romanian New Wave to 2004 and the victory of Cătălin Mitulescu’s “Trafic,” a year before his compatriots’ features started raising eyes on the Croisette. So in honor of the award (and because no...

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