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    'The Hobbit' Reveals Epic Banner Poster On The Eve Of Comic-Con

    Comic-Con 2012 is right around the corner, kicking off Thursday, July 12th (though there's a screening of "Dredd" and some TV pilots on Wednesday night), and Entertainment Weekly has unveiled a long-ass banner/poster from Peter Jackson's "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey.&quo...

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    'Game Change' Director Jay Roach Returning to HBO With Khrushchev Movie 'K Blows Top'

    "Game Change," the Sarah Palin election film that attracted a lot of attention for both its portrayal of its subject and an eerie central performance from star Julianne Moore, worked well for HBO. So well, in fact, that the network will once again work with director Jay Roach, who hel...

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    The New Head Of Drama Programming At NBC Is A Black Woman

    What this means in the larger scheme of things remains to be seen; I just don't have enough info currently to make any assessments. But it's good news, and certainly great for Pearlena Igbokwe. 

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    The Film Arcade Grabs U.S. Rights to Swedish Drama 'Simon and the Oaks'

    Newbie specialty distributor The Film Arcade has acquired its second film, Lisa Ohlin’s “Simon and the Oaks.” The company picked up all U.S. rights to the Swedish drama and has an October 12 release scheduled for New York and L.A.

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    Project of the Day: Escaping Rural Life in Short Narrative, "Going South"

    Here's your daily dose of an indie film in progress; at the end of the week, you'll have the chance to vote for your favorite. In the meantime: Is this a movie you’d want to see? Tell us in the comments.

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    Contest: Win Mel Gibson's 'Get The Gringo' On Blu-Ray

    If you want blockbuster thrills and action this summer, you don't necessarily have to go to the multiplex to get your fix. Mel Gibson returns to his old school action ways in "Get the Gringo," a picture that finds him going south of the border and falling into a heap of trouble.

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    A Year and A Day Calender: Holly

    HOLLY The Tree of the Waning Year July 8 - August 4

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    Oliver Stone Talks Strong Women Characters

    In a recent interview with the Associated Press to promote his new film Savages, Oliver Stone was asked to pick his favorite 5 films featuring strong women.  For a man, who primarily focuses on hyper violent male characters or our former Presidents, his new film Savages has been seen as a depar...

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    Watch Season2/Episode 3 Of Doc Series 'Black Folk Don't' ('Have Eating Disorders')

    Created by director/producer Angela Tucker, we featured season 1 of this series last year; fans will be pleased to know that season 2 is in full swing, with episode 2 embedded below; this one titled Black Folk Don't: Have Eating Disorders.

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    Brian Tee Joins 'The Wolverine'; Cole Hauser Declares 'Olympus Has Fallen' & Patrick Schwarzenegger Is All 'Grown Ups 2'

    In today’s edition of the casting round-up, we have news from a Japan-set comic-book movie, one of the two competing White House siege films, and a sequel to a movie no one really liked.

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