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    Vin Diesel Locked And Loaded For A Sixth 'Fast And Furious'?

    We suppose it's better than "The Pacifier 2."

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    New Looks At 'The Hangover 2,' 'Tower Heist,' 'Sucker Punch,' 'Abduction,' 'Source Code' & More

    Also 'Unknown,' 'Larry Crowne,' 'Footloose' & 'Take Me Home TonightWhile its award season and everyone still has 2010 in the rear view mirror, there is a brand new year of movies ahead, and with the tentpole season soon set to begin, the LA Times has unveiled a cornucopia of new pics and stills from...

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    Well-Matched, Well-Played, Robert Downey: Watch Him at the Globes

    Ricky Gervais' monologue and Robert Downey Jr.'s comeback were the most talked-about moments at last night's Golden Globes, for good reason. While most of the audience seemed so flummoxed by Gervais' often brilliant skewering that they couldn't decide whether to laugh, Downey volleyed back with the...

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    If You Really Hated the Golden Globes You Wouldn't Watch the Golden Globes.

    The Golden Globe Awards is an event we all love to hate, annually giving its insignificance a significance it hardly deserves, but this year's ceremony was quite representative of its own existence. All the mean-spirited reflexivity and the shots of bored or unhappy Johnny Depp co-stars probably mirrored a lot of the viewers at home, particularly those of us who want to hate on celebrity while simultaneously encouraging it through envy and fascination. That cake-and-eat-it mentality of self-congratulation mixed with self-derogation displayed at awards shows now is probably spawned by the snarkiness of the entertainment blogosphere, and it is ...

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    New Controversial 'Breaking Dawn' Photo Shows Edward & Bella Playing A Game Of "Sticking The Tip In"

    Moment Of Exact Insertion Captured In New Production Still, Chaste 'Twilight' Fans OutragedGasp! The latest look at "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn" may be too hot to handle for some and its certainly putting the "hard" in Twihards.

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    "Social Network," "Kids Are All Right" Lead Golden Globes

    David Fincher's "The Social Network" led the winners of the 2010 Golden Globe Awards, taking awards for best drama, best director, best screenplay and best original score. While its win in the best drama category was not a sure thing (some suspected "The King's Speech" would sneak in), perhaps the ...

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    Darren Aronofsky Planning New Comic Book, Says It's An Easier Sell For A Movie Than A Script

    Aronofsky Disses 'The Company,' Calls Method Acting "Wasted Energy"While “Black Swan” continues to climb the U.S. box office and turn heads this awards season, director Darren Aronofsky is already mulling over his future projects. Of course, he's got "Wolverine" shooting this year with Hugh Jackman,...

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    Updated: SnagFilms gets $10 million in Funding -- and Bingham Ray

    SnagFilms has received $10 million in a financing round led by venture capital firm New Enterprises Associates and Comcast Interactive Capital, the investment arm of cable operator Comcast. Joining SnagFIlms is industry veteran Bingham Ray, who will serve as a consultant for the company.

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    'The Social Network' Tops The Golden Globes With Four Awards Including Best Picture

    'The Fighter' Wins Two Awards Including Best Supporting Actor and Actress"The Social Network," as expected, won big at tonight's Golden Globes taking home Best Picture, Best Score, Best Screenplay and Best Director, putting it at the front of the pack for next month's Oscars. And while the ceremony was a bit of a snore, there were some very pleasant surprises. "The Kids Are All Right" earned a Best Actress win for Annette Bening and rightfully won over the thoroughly tepid pack that made up the Best Motion Picture (Comedy Or Musical) category. Susanne Bier's "In A Better World" truly shocked with a big Best Foreign Language Film win, while Pa...

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    The Social Network Scores Top Awards at Golden Globes, Gervais Ignites Uproar

    The Social Network is sweeping all the awards shows. The film won best drama, director, screenplay and score at the Golden Globes Sunday night. The King's Speech won the expected award for best actor drama Colin Firth, but could have used a best drama win going into the real Oscar race for best pict...

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