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    Official Full Synopsis For "Django Unchained" Released!

    The marketing machine has officially begun for Quentin Tarantino's hgihly-anticipated slavery revenge tale Django Unchained - a film that I've already predicted will be another one of those heavily polarizing films when it's eventually released on X-mas day this year and after. ...

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    Meet the 2012 Tribeca Filmmakers #23: 'Rubberneck' Director Alex Karpovsky

    After the making three films, all comedies, director Alex Karpovsky is heading to Tribeca with "Rubberneck," his first foray into the thriller genre. With his influences for the film ranging from Michael Haneke to Adrian Lyne, he's modeling himself after good company.

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    Meet the 2012 Tribeca Filmmakers #22: 'Nancy, Please' Director Andrew Semans

    The character of the arrested adolescent is a commonly used archetype in film. Director Andrew Semans says that he feels as if the that character type has been "romanticized" throughout the years, though. Semans is looking to bring the arrested adolescent into more realistic territory in his film ...

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    Warner Bros. Creates 'Lore' With Dwayne Johnson

    While action star Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson is currently working on director Michael Bay’s dark comedy “Pain and Gain” in Miami, Florida, he’s had no shortage of movement on future projects. He’ll be getting oiled up for helmer Brett Ratner’s “He...

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    The Traditionalist: Christopher Nolan Prefers Film, One Camera, No 3-D

    Chris Nolan is a traditionalist. The "Batman Begins," "Inception" and "The Dark Knight" director has candidly stated his preference for shooting 35 mm film with one camera rather than digital with many. He also recoils from 3-D and unrealistic CGI.

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    What to See, What to Skip: New Reviews This Week

    As summer inches closer, the weekends are getting ever more crowded with new releases and this week is no exception. Big news this week is that the Joss Whedon produced horror movie "The Cabin in the Woods" is finally hitting theaters after years of delay. Also opening this week: "The Three Stooge...

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    Is 'Eastbound & Down' Ending? Even Show Co-Creator Jody Hill Isn't Sure

    There have been plenty of obstinate and hopelessly self-involved male characters at the center of popular TV programs, but it's safe to say there has never been one quite like Kenny Powers, the struggling baseball player played by Danny McBride on HBO's "Eastbound & Down." Ofte...

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    In Theaters: 'The Cabin In The Woods' Hopes To 'Lockout' 'The Three Stooges'

    Happy Friday the 13th everyone! Jason is putting on the hockey mask and black cats everywhere are doing wind sprints to make sure they won’t miss you when you walk past. Not sure how to beat all the bad luck? Try going to the movies (and leaving your umbrella at home)! Toads and goldfish aren’t allo...

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    Woody Allen Finally Returns To The U.S., Will Shoot Next Film In San Francisco

    There has been no end to speculation about where Woody Allen would be making his next film. Copenhagen and Munich were two of the most recent cities said to be in the mix for the writer/director's next venture, while any possibility of the Allen returning to his native U.S. soil were long put to...

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    "Lakeview Terrace" Re-Investigated (Race & Power Struggles - What Could Have Been)

    Produced by Will Smith's Overbrook Entertainment company, and released in theatres in 2008, I recently watched Lakeview Terrace again, in consideration of some reasearch I've been doing on contemporary films and their handling of interracial couples.

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