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    Scorsese's Furious Love for Taylor & Burton: The Impossible Casting, Love Letters, Video

    Martin Scorsese and Paramount have won the bidding to develop a film about Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton's tumultuous and passionate romance, based on Sam Kashner and Nancy Schoenberger's book, Furious Love. Should Taylor's estate give its blessing (as Burton's has), Scorsese will then choose ...

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  • Shadow and Act
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    Who Should Play Jackie Robinson In Brian Helgeland's Biopic? (Survey)

    I'm a little busy today with a number of other items, so entries will be slow-coming for a little while. I figured a survey would be a good way to keep you folks busy until then :)

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    Behind-The-Scenes Look At Isaiah Mustafa's Leaked ‘Luke Cage’ Teaser; Actual Clip Is 3 Mins Long

    Isaiah Mustafa -- aka The Old Spice Guy -- really, really wants to be Luke Cage in a big screen adaptation of the comic character. Just a few days ago, the actor dropped his own self-financed promo/pitch for the gig on the internet in the form of a trailer showing that he has the physique and presen...

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  • Women and Hollywood
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    Mosquita y Mari and My Reincarnation Enter the Kickstarter Hall of Fame

    Here's some good news for women filmmakers.

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    Watch: Shia LaBeouf Directed Video For Kid Cudi's 'Marijuana'

    It appears that when Shia LaBeouf isn't running from robots, he's directing music videos. A couple of years ago he helmed the spot for "I Never Knew You" by Cage and now, he's gotten behind the camera for the latest by rapper (and now rocker) Kid Cudi.

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    Trailer Watch: The Whistleblower - Directed by Larysa Kondracki

    The Whistleblower is a film that hits you right in the gut. It's based on the true story of a real life whistleblower Kathryn Bolkovac a cop from Nebraska who volunteered to go be a peacekeeper in the Balkans to make some quick good cash so she could be near her daughter who her ex had relocated. Little did she know that she would be walking into an international scandal of epic proportions -- the trafficking of women -- which the peacekeepers are involved in. She decides to stand up for these women who she is there to protect and gets herself fired and gets her life threatened. This is an important film that is a tough watch, but worth i...

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    If You Missed It...Listen To The S&A Live Podcast Season 2, Ep 7 With Seith Mann

    The S&A Crew had great show so if you missed it, check it now! We covered Nicole Beharie in the Shame film, the speculation on Idris Elba in Django Unchained and more.

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    Paul Greengrass Mulling Hostage Drama 'Maersk Alabama' With Tom Hanks & Formula One Movie

    Also Apparently Has A Mystery Project In The WorksIt's been a year since "Green Zone" and a bit longer since the whole "Bourne" fiasco that has resulted in both Paul Greengrass and Matt Damon temporarily leaving the franchise while it reboots/spinoffs with Tony Gilroy's "The Bourne Legacy." Since th...

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  • The Playlist
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    Martin Scorsese Circles 'Furious Love' A Pic About Elizabeth Taylor & Richard Burton's Fiery Affair

    As you should know by now, Martin Scorsese is a scholar and lover of classic cinema. And while he's expounded on his passion in documentaries like "A Personal Journey with Martin Scorsese Through American Movies," "My Voyage to Italy" and more recently "A Letter to Elia" it's surprising he's never d...

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    Review: Mike Mills' 'Beginners' Is A Wonderfully Attuned & Empathetic Look At Love, Life & Grief

    The following is a reprint of our review that ran at the 2011 SXSW Film Festival.

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