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    Watch: Diane Kruger as Marie Antoinette in Exclusive Scenes From 'Farewell, My Queen'

    If Sofia Coppola's bubblegum take on the royal life of Marie Antoinette was a tad too pop for you, then you won't want to miss Benoit Jacquot's latest period drama, "Farewell, My Queen," which depicts the final tumultous days of the queen (Diane Kruger) in a far more realistic ...

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    Watch: Short New 'Taken 2' International Trailer Is Pretty 'Taken'-y

    Man, what does Bryan Mills have to do to get some rest? After dispatching a bunch of Albanians (who, as one commenter noted, are organized enough to round up all the bodies scattered from probable crime scenes all over the place for a mass burial) all Bry wants to do is chill with his wife Famke Jan...

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    Second Season Of 'Alphas' Begins July 23 (Malik Yoba Stars); Thoughts On The Series?

    In all the rush about what TV shows from last season would be renewed, and what new TV shows are coming next season, we forgot all about this one, whick Malik Yoba stars in.

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    Richard Ayoade In New Trailer For 'The Watch'

    And speaking of failed TV pilots and Richard Ayoade, here's the latest trailer for the Fox summer comedy The Watch, which opens on July 27th, starring Ayoade and a bunch of loads who get on my last nerve like Vince Vaughn.

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    New York Asian Film Fest Reviews: 'Vulgaria,' 'The King Of Pigs' & 'Dead Bite'

    Usually the New York Asian Film Festival opens with a film that carries name recognition in the West, either by those involved, or by a familiar genre or trope. In the case of this year’s opener, “Vulgaria,” it’s an increasingly familiar genre, that being the hyper-indulgent, semi-improvisational, l...

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    Details On Plan B's Soundtrack To His Directorial Debut 'iLL Manors' Emerge, Features Rapper Kano

    While he may not be quite as well known on this side of the pond, over in the U.K. Plan B aka Ben Drew, is something of a big deal. As a rapper he first made waves with the mixtape Paint It Blacker, before making his debut with Who Needs Action When You Got Words. But it was his transition to s...

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    The Pilot for the American Remake of 'The IT Crowd' is Online

    The pilot for NBC's never-aired US version of "The IT Crowd" has been leaked (at least for now) onto YouTube, notes Splitsider. Update: And now it's down, though there's still a version on DailyMotion -- see below.

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    Watch: Haunting Trailer for 'The Loneliest Planet' Starring Gael García Bernal

    Julia Loktev's haunting follow-up to "Day Night Day Night," "The Loneliest Planet," has been on our radar since its debut at the Locarno Film Festival last year, where Eric Kohn raved, "it should help re-establish Loktev's status as a film artist with a clear vision....

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    Adults Crave Original Content while Tentpole Enthusiasm Wanes

    The Austin Film Festival's film program director Stephen Jannise argues that "a new demographic is there for the taking"...

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    Review: 'Collaborator' Milks That Old New York-Intellectual-In-LA-Suburb Conflict

    Playwright Robert Longfellow, the lead character in “Collaborator,” is a familiar New York intellectual struggling to produce honest work. Despite notably lucrative side gigs as a Hollywood screenwriter for hire, he hasn’t lived up to what the (fake) Times loudly boasted as a once-hypothetical “the ...

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