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    Disney Gets Back On The Horse For 'The Lone Ranger,' 2012 Start Expected

    It's been a long, it's been kind of ugly and very public, but it looks like Disney, Johnny Depp, Jerry Bruckheimer and Gore Verbiniski are now all on the same page as Deadline reports that "The Lone Ranger" is back in the saddle and eyeing a 2012 start date.

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    3 Months Left In 2011, What's Left To Look Forward To This Year In Black Cinema?

    With the summer movie season officially over, I thought I'd take a quick look at what's left in the "black cinema" department expected to debut in the next 4 1/2 months.

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    Adam Sandler's 'Jack And Jill' Poster Is His Laziest But Most Amazing One-Sheet Ever

    We fully admit, upon seeing the first trailer for Adam Sandler's "Jack And Jill," we were not impressed, however a sea change of opinion may be happening around our offices. It might be due to a carbon monoxide leak we should probably look into, but we're going to put forth a new theory: "Jack And J...

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    New Details On Nicole Beharie's Character in "The Good Wife" Beginning w/ Oct 16th Episode

    I just wrote a post yesterday about Nicole Beharie having a recurring role in CBS The Good Wife, which premieres its new season this Sunday, 25th at 9pm et. Well, The Daily Beast got the scoop from The Good Wife's writer Robert King regarding the upcoming season.

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    Watch: Get Warm & Fuzzy With The 'Being Elmo: A Puppeteer's Journey' Trailer

    Unless you are dead inside, or have lived your life without ever seeing "Sesame Street" (in which case, we feel sorry for you), then you already know that Elmo is one of the most beloved felt covered characters to emerge from the program. It's pretty much impossible to resist his buoyant energy and ...

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    Watch: Jonah Hill Makes His Directorial Debut With New Sara Bareilles Video "Gonna Get Over You"

    Breaking out as the foul-mouthed Seth in "Superbad," Jonah Hill has been slowly diversifying his CV. With films like "Cyrus" and this weekend's "Moneyball," Hill has been stretching his wings into dramatic territory, he's got "Allen Gregory," a new animated show he co-created premiering on Fox next ...

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    New In Theaters This Weekend - Skip "Abduction" & "Machine Gun Preacher;" See "Thunder Soul"

    3 films opening this weekend that we've covered because they involve black talent, whether in front of, or behind the camera...

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    The Jackie Kennedy Interviews: Snark Becomes Her

    Here is the great lesson of the newly unsealed Jacqueline Kennedy oral history tapes: Jackie said some snarky things. And her biting, often witty remarks have actually burnished and freshened up her image. Doesn’t it make her seem more real, likable, shrewd and contemporary to have called Indira Gan...

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    Catch Paterson Joseph’s One-Man Show “Sancho – An Act Of Remembrance” This Weekend

    It isn’t too late for our readers in the UK to catch actor Paterson Joseph (Peep Show, Survivors, Blood and Oil) in his one-man stage show Sancho - An Act of Remembrance, this weekend at the Oxford Playhouse’s Burton Taylor Studio. Joseph's show tells the life story of Charles Ignatius Sancho.

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