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  • Women and Hollywood
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    The 40 Women Who Changed Journalism

    And the world over the last forty years.  From the good folks at the Columbia Journalism Review.  We owe our thanks to these trialblazers.  Are there others you would have on this list?

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  • The Playlist
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    Shia LaBeouf Lives In The Shadows On New 'Lawless' Poster, 'Hyde Park On Hudson' Poster Spotlights Bill Murray's FDR

    It was a long, eventful road that John Hillcoat's adaptation of Matt Bondurant's "The Wettest County In The World" took into production, but the Nick Cave-scripted, Prohibition-era drama -- now titled "Lawless" -- will finally hit theaters on August 31st with a star-...

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    Inspired by "Vito," Here's Reel Activism from Indiewire @ Hulu

    Inspired by "Vito," Here's Reel Activism from Indiewire @ Hulu

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    VIDEO ESSAY: CRUEL SUMMER: BATMAN (1989)

    Tim Burton’s "Batman" was a game-changer for summer blockbusters.

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    'Jack the Giant Killer' and 'Gravity' 3D Veteran Defends the Potential of the Format

    Chris Parks is a founding partner and head stereographer at London-based VISION3 Ltd. He wrote this response to a story that The Playlist’s Oliver Lyttelton posted last month about "Brick" writer-director Rian Johnson’s opinions on the limitations of 3D. With the opening of "The Dark Knight Rises" f...

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  • The Playlist
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    Johnny Depp Confirmed For Wes Anderson's New Film ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’

    Well that was fast. Looks like the rumors were true. Johnny Depp has joined Wes Anderson's new film. Not only that, the project -- which will be the director's eighth feature-length effort -- has a title, "The Grand Budapest Hotel," which sounds Anderson-like enough (see "The ...

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  • Shadow and Act
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    Thoughts On 'Black Dynamite' Animated Series Debut? Is Michael Jackson Turning In His Grave?

    After many months of anticipation, Black Dynamite the animated series, based on the cult 2009 feature film by Scott Sanders, starring Michael Jai White, made its debut on Adult Swim last night, Sunday, July 15th, at 11:30PM.

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    'Son Shine' Explores Effects Of 1992 Los Angeles Uprising On 13 Year Old Boy & Father

    Taking place in April of 1992, Son Shine, follows the story of 12 year old Hakeem Brown. On the heels of his thirteenth birthday, Hakeem is anxious to leave childhood behind and enter young adulthood. Known in his neighborhood as the “good kid,” Hakeem is a honor student, good broth...

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  • The Playlist
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    John Noble Teases Possible 'Fringe' Film

    “Fringe” is fast approaching the premiere of its fifth and final 13-episode season on September 28th, and you’d have to realistically expect that knowing the end is nigh that the show will be doing its best to give the fans the satisfactory denouement that they’re craving. An...

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