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    CinemaCon Video: Hugh Jackman & Shawn Levy Talk Real Steel, The Wolverine

    At CinemaCon, CinemaBlend chats up Real Steel's director Shawn Levy (Date Night) and star Hugh Jackman on the futuristic boxing sci-fi drama. Jackman also talks about his training for The Wolverine, a character he's prepared to play "for the rest of his life." Disney's Real Steel hits theatres Octob...

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    Mad Men vs. Advertising: Weiner, AdAge and the Greatest Movie Ever Sold

    Mad Men has been all over the news, from showrunner Matthew Weiner's contract dispute with AMC to disputes about how advertising should be used on the show. Isn't Mad Men about advertising? Sure. But that doesn't mean Weiner should sacrifice his creative integrity.

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    Merry-Go-Round Of 'Men In Black 3' Writers Now Includes A Mystery Man

    The story behind the saga of getting "Men In Black 3" to the big screen is now likely to be far more entertaining than the actual movie.

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    Would you pay $30 for VOD?

    Would you pay $30 for VOD?

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    Q&A: Adrien Brody Talks 'Wrecked,' Rumored Super Hero Roles & Working With Wes Anderson Again

    Actor Says His Body Of Work Is Eclectic Because "Actors Should Be Chameleons"Adrien Brody's career is a puzzling or fascinating one, take your pick. At the age of 29, in 2003, he became the youngest actor to win the Academy Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role (for Roman Polanski's "The Pianist"), but instead of rocketing to the A-list the actor took a circuitous path, taking on smaller, off-the-beaten-path roles, and only working on one film per year until 2008 when he started speeding things up a bit. His post "The Pianist" career -- which includes everything from Peter Jackson's "King Kong," "The Jacket," "The Brothers Bloom," to Wes An...

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    'Avatar' Sequels To Arrive With Long-Awaited Higher Frame Rates; Cameron Eyes Brazil For Inspiration

    George Lucas Says Conversion Of 'Star Wars' Into 3D Will Cost More Than The Film's Original BudgetJames Cameron, Jeffrey Katzenberg and George Lucas sat down together yesterday at CinemaCon to once again talk about the future of moviegoing; in other words they talked about 3D. With more and more fil...

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    Interview With Susanne Bier - Oscar Winning Director of In a Better World

    WAH: Congratulations on the Oscar. What did it feel like? That moment?

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    Review: 'Rubber' Is The Convention Defying Movie You Would Expect From A Pic About A Killer Tire

    "Rubber" is the story of a tire that gains consciousness and decides to kill. He doesn't talk, dance, or sing, and he doesn't develop any lasting relationships with any humans, animals, or fellow tires. How do you tell a story like this? "Rubber" seems to have already asked that question, which is w...

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    Jerry Bruckheimer Says Future 'Pirates Of The Caribbean' Movies Will Be Stand Alone Films

    Producer Says They Were Initially Scared Of Shooting In True 3DFranchises. They are the cornerstone of the modern movie industry's business strategy. They keep the lights on, keep the shareholders happy, keep the motor of a studio engine going.

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    The Mighty Thor Cannot Defeat A Taser In New Clip From Film

    Okay, look, we still got some issues with "Thor." The costumes and set design, at least in Asgard, look ridiculous and director Kenneth Branagh still hasn't met a tripod he liked. Overall, tone-wise the last trailer didn't know if it was intentionally campy or not, and sometimes seemed like it was t...

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