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    David Fincher Might Have A 'Panic Attack'

    David Fincher's last two films -- "The Social Network" and "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button" -- have found the director stepping back from the grittier, grimmer fare of past efforts like "Fight Club" and "Se7en." And while the Academy has recognized but not yet rewarded those efforts, the direct...

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    Watch: Official Green Band Trailer For 'The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo' Arrives A Couple Days Early

    With the internet erupting over the weekend with the leaked/fake leaked red band trailer for "The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo" (guys, do you really think David Fincher wants the first look at this new film to be from a second hand video? Just saying...), Sony has bumped up the planned June 2nd bow f...

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    Review: Despite All Its Little Foibles, 'X-Men: First Class' Is Near First Rate

    While a titled cross has been key in "X-Men: First Class" iconography (as well as a huge part of its incessant and not-entirely-original marketing campaign), suggesting that "X" indeed does mark the spot, the symbol most associated with the highly anticipated sequel/prequel/reboot/whatever-the-fuck-it-is is a question mark. Things have been leaning to and fro in the buildup to the movie's release, with pros and cons both flying wildly. Its unequaled cast (including a mix of veterans and up-and-comers including Michael Fassbender, James McAvoy, Kevin Bacon, January Jones, Jennifer Lawrence, Nicholas Hoult and more) was balanced out by reports ...

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    Los Angeles Film Festival 2011 Preview - "The Pruitt-Igoe Myth"

    The Los Angeles Film Festival begins next week (Jun 16-26) and a few films we've posted here on S&A--Crime After Crime, Family Portrait In Black And White and Beats Rhymes and Life: The Travels Of A Tribe Called Quest--will be screening. In addition, a documentary analyzing the urban housing indust...

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    Sexism Watch: Hollywood Reporter Showrunner Roundtable

    Last week I posted a trailer from a new documentary about showrunners where I called attention to the fact that they did not include a single woman in the trailer. The site received a comment from a person affiliated with the film who said they needed to make a deadline and the footage of the coupl...

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    Today! Join S&A Livecast Season 2, Ep 8 With Director Seith Mann

    The S&A Crew are revving up for a great podcast today! Join us today Wednesday at 8pm/est when we talk about all the hot black film topics. Slated for discussion:

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    Guest Post: Hal Siegel "My Film Has a Virus? WTF?”

    How do you make your film go viral? That may be one of the questions that filmmakers ask most these days. And today we have the answer for you... sort of.

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    Jon Stewart, Stephen Colbert on Sarah Palin: Is Her Bus Tour a Scooby-Doo Mystery?

    The Republican presidential campaign looks more and more like a reality show – the kind people might watch in desperation or curiosity when the series they really want to see are off for the summer.

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    Great Things Come in Pairs: 'Yogi Bear 2' Announced

    Whatever he gets up to in his spare time – shilling "Ghostbusters 3" and its bizarre array of potential female leads like a crazed beggar man, contemplating selling his organs on Amazon Marketplace, downing a glass of whiskey and sleeping pills whenever a re-run of “Spies Like Us” hits the airwaves – Dan Aykroyd can take solace in the news that at least “Yogi Bear 2” is becoming a reality. While many were decrying last year’s original as a prelude to nuclear holocaust, the film itself managed to net over $200 million worldwide and hence Coming Soon reports that humanity is getting treated to take another suckle on the smoky teat of Yogi. Let ...

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    Now The First Look At The NSFW International 'The Girl With Dragon Tattoo' Poster Leaks

    Update: /Film have gotten their hands on the French poster for the film which has a ludicrously lengthy website address. Check it out below.

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