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    Jeff Bridges Confirmed For 'R.I.P.D.' With Ryan Reynolds

    Earlier today, it was reported that Jeff Bridges was being courted for a role in Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris' upcoming film "He Loves Me." When we wrote the piece we figured Bridges' summer was free and there wasn't much in the way of a conflict with anything except perhaps promotional duties ...

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    Watch: 'Shark Night 3D' Trailer Bites

    Babes! Boobs! Sharks! RUH ROH.

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    Sarah Palin Documentary 'The Undefeated' Hits Primary States This Summer, Is Not A Practical Joke

    Pretend politician Sarah Palin has not made an official declaration that she will run for President in 2012. But it's impossible to ignore that silence when every moment of the former Alaskan governor is dedicated to self-promotion, which has culminated in "The Undefeated," the probably-inappropriately-titled documentary commissioned by Palin and directed by conservative filmmaker Stephen K. Bannon. With premieres in primary states like Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina and Nevada over the summer, Palin is planning to rollout the film in fifty to a hundred nationwide markets to further spread her gospel before a VOD deal that will allow you...

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    Zombies In Africa Project "The Dead" Still Alive; Watch New Trailer

    We first alerted you all to this film, titled The Dead, in April, last year; at the time, its future was uncertain. A month or so later, it screened at the Cannes Film Market to overwhelmingly positive audience responses, and managed its way to some distribution opportunities; although, as of this p...

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    Watch: 'The Descendants' Trailer Promises Another Finely Tuned Dramedy From Alexander Payne

    If you need the complete history lesson you can read it right here, but it's been seven long years since Alexander Payne‘s last feature film, the smash hit “Sideways,” but it looks like he hasn't lost one iota of his fine touch for character.

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    Banff Nominee "Hip Hop: The Furious Force of Rhymes" To Premiere On Smithsonian Channel

    This is the first time I'm hearing about this film; titled Hip Hop: The Furious Force of Rhymes, the feature-length documentary will air next month on the Smithsonian Channel. I didn't even realize there was a Smithsonian Channel. Learn something new everyday!

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    Jonathan Dayton & Valerie Faris Resurfacing Makes Us Ask: What Happened To These Five Directors?

    So after a five year absence, "Little Miss Sunshine" directors Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris are returning with "He Loves Me Not," a whimsical-sounding project -- described as a mix of “Adaptation” and “Weird Science" -- written by actress Zoe Kazan that will star herself, her boyfriend Paul Dan...

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    Matthew Vaughn Says 'Kick-Ass 2' Would Be "Crass" & Had No Idea Who His Crew Was On 'First Class'

    Disses Brett Ratner's 'X3' Revealing His Version Would've Been 40 Minutes LongerAs long as someone will listen to him, "Kick-Ass" creator Mark Millar will talk and more than likely, it will be bullshit. He spent much of last year telling anyone and everyone that "Kick-Ass 2" was a sure thing. No one really believed him anyway, but earlier this year screenwriter Jane Goldman tweeted, “Saw a few erroneous reports today that I’m currently writing Kick Ass 2 script – sorry if anyone’s disappointed, but not true.” She went on to add, “Currently writing for 2 other projects, then on to lovely Matthew [Vaughn]’s next thing (right now, looks unlikely...

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    The Wolfpack Reunite in Lower Manhattan for "Hangover II"

    Ed Helms, Zach Galifianakis, Bradley Cooper and Todd Phillips at The Boom Boom Room in The Standard at the after party for "The Hangover Part II." Photo credit: Will Ragozzino/Patrick McMullan Co.

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    Smurf: Smurf For 'The Smurfs' Finally Smurfs

    Did you see "Hop"? Well, basically "The Smurfs 3D" is the exact same movie but with multiple little blue protagonists instead of one long-eared one.

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