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    Soundtrack To Spike Lee's 'Red Hook Summer' (Composed By Bruce Hornsby) Set For July 31 Release

    Having seen the film at the Sundance Film Festival this year, I can say that the soundtrack was one of its stronger aspects.

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    Universal Snaps Up Ice Cube Comedy 'Ride Along,' Lands Tim Story To Direct & Kevin Hart To Co-Star

    Since starting his studio career off strong with the solid hit “Barbershop,” director Tim Story then slowly turned in a string of mediocre releases (“Taxi,” “Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer”) that finally had folks questioning how he made off so well the...

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    Premiere Brazil! 2012 Series Starts TODAY (Introducing USA Audiences To New Brazilian Cinema)

    Premiere Brazil! 2012 Series Starts TODAY (Introducing USA Audiences To New Brazilian Cinema)

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    Trailer Watch: The Loneliest Planet - Directed by Julia Loktev

    The film opens in the US on October 26.

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    New Image Of Joseph Gordon-Levitt In 'Looper' Plus Preview The Score

    Eclectic filmmaker Rian Johnson has so far in his career made a highly original high-school-set neo-noir ("Brick") and a whimsical heist flick ("The Brothers Bloom"), but for his latest trick, he's pulled off a sci-fi time travel film about assassins who kill targets sent fro...

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    Well, Of Course There Aren't Going To Be Any New DC Comics Movies Before 2015

    While there's a constant back-and-forth in the comics world, Marvel seem to pretty firmly be beating out arch-rivals DC Comics in the movie world. For much of the history of the superhero movie, it was DC (who've long been part of Warner Bros) who dominated, thanks to the success of "Superman" and "...

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    First Image Of Ben Whishaw As Q In 'Skyfall'; Don't Worry, James Bond Will Still Drink Martinis

    Nerd alert! While Q in the James Bond run of films has mostly been dominated by the classy Britishness of Desmond Llewelyn, and later the John Cleese-ness of John Cleese, for the character's return to the franchise for the first time since "Die Another Day," Sam Mendes has gone a ...

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    Starz Developing a Dracula TV Series, Because People Still Like Vampires, Right?

    Starz's sword-and-sandals hit "Spartacus" is coming to a (no doubt bloody but sexy) end after its next season, which is slated to start airing in January 2013. That means the network is on the hunt for more original programming and its latest venture is a pair of new projects in develo...

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    Yoruba Richen Wins 2012 Guggenheim Fellowship For 'The New Black' (Doc On Race, Sexuality, Church)

    2012 has been a good year thus far for director Yoruba Richen and her work-in-progress feature documentary titled The New Black.

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    Darren Aronofsky's Building An Ark; 'Noah' To Feature Crazy Demon Angels

    While most filmmakers just make it the CGI-way, Darren Aronofsky is taking a page out of Christopher Nolan's build-it-and-they-will-believe practical effects route and is constructing a full-scale Ark for his adaptation of the Biblical tale "Noah." Aronofsky took to Twitter recently and unveiled a m...

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