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    RIP "Cosby Show" Actress Clarice Taylor

    Clarice Taylor, likely most known for her recurring role on The Cosby Show as Bill Cosby's mother ( Anna Huxtable) died on Monday at age 93, says People magazine.

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    "Superheroes" Premieres on HBO August 8th!

    Add one more superhero blockbuster to your summer movie schedule.

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    Susan Sarandon Sexes Up 'I Hate You, Dad'

    On the one hand, Adam Sandler comedies have become nothing more than big paycheck gigs for the actor to make funny voices and fart noises while someone films him doing stuff for a month and then cobbles it together later into something resembling a "movie." On the other hand, the cast of his next ef...

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    Alamo Drafthouse's 2011 Rolling Roadshow: Best Texan Films in Iconic Locations, Posters (UPDATED)

    The state of Texas is the lucky host of Alamo Drafthouse's 2011 Rolling Roadshow during the month of June, in collaboration with Texas Monthly. The state's ten best films will screen (free) in iconic Texas locations. The films include The Searchers, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Blood Simple, Hud, Re...

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    Mary J. Blige Recording A Song For "The Help" Soundtrack;" Listen To Sample + See New Footage

    In the video clip below, Mary J. Blige talks about her reactions to The Help, which she's apparently seen, since she was asked to write a song for the film's soundtrack.

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    Amy Adams Joins Paul Thomas Anderson's 'The Master'

    The wheels are now turning very fast on Paul Thomas Anderson's untitled religious flick, aka "The Master." Yesterday saw Jesse Plemons, David Warshofsky and Laura Dern and earlier today we confirmed Swedish actress Lena Endre joined the cast. Now another long-linked name has signed on the dotted lin...

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    Review: 'Super 8' Is A Summer Blockbuster Just Like You Always Remembered

    The first teaser for “Super 8” debuted in front of “Iron Man 2” way back in early May of 2010, featuring a single sequence of a violent train collision and a mystery car containing something ominous, large, strong and very scary. The helmer behind such box office hits as the “Star Trek” reboot as well as some of the more intriguing fare to show up on television in the last few years, throw the name J.J. Abrams onto a project and speculation – and excitement – begins to run rampant. Was it a monster movie? A sequel to “Cloverfield”? Some even broke down the ending shot of this first teaser, frame by frame, in hopes of some clue as to what was ...

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    Halle Berry Is Looking For Some 'Higher Learning' (On TV)

    In case you haven't heard, television is where it's at these days in terms of diverse, ambitious and complex material and we don't need to run down the myriad of stars and shows that have gravitated to the small screen format (in fact, we did a feature about it which you can read right here if you w...

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    My Man Godfrey

    The name for probably my favorite movie genre, screwball comedy—-essentially romantic farce—-was coined, it seems, from the original Variety review of Carole Lombard’s dizzy performance in the utterly delightful 1936 Depression-era comedy directed with consummate savoir faire by Gregory LaCava, MY MAN GODFREY (available on DVD). Said the trade paper’s critic, accurately: “Lombard has played screwball dames before, but none so screwy as this one.” Two years earlier, Howard Hawks had started Lombard as an out-there comedienne, with John Barrymore, in the backstage classic, Twentieth Century, but in My Man Godfrey she conclusively immortalize...

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