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    Eric Bana Will Be A 'Lone Survivor' With Mark Wahlberg, Ben Foster, Emile Hirsch & Taylor Kitsch

    Unknown ObjectWith Mark Wahlberg, Ben Foster, Emile Hirsch and Taylor Kitsch already on board for Peter Berg's Navy SEAL flick "Lone Survivor," you might think the cast couldn't get any beefier. But that's where you're mistaken.

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    Sundance Channel's 'Get to Work' Explores a Boot Camp for the Chronically Unemployed

    "Get to Work," the new Sundance Channel unscripted series premiering tonight, August 13th, at 10:30pm, would make for an interesting pairing with Marc Levin's doc "Hard Times: Lost on Long Island," which premiered on HBO last month. With unemployment so commonly being express...

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    Watch Amy Schumer and Gilbert Gottfried Roast Roseanne Barr (They Were The Best Two)

    I was anticipating last night's Comedy Central roast of the great Roseanne Barr for weeks and was generally not disappointed. While a few of the roasters had some mostly weak rants (sorry, Seth Green), I was totally blown away by the roasts by Amy Schumer and Gilbert Gottfried, both of which ...

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    Watch: International Trailer For 'Great Expectations' Starring Ralph Fiennes & Helena Bonham Carter

    Literary adaptations are always a hot item in the fall season when more serious films come out to play, and that's no different in 2012. With "Les Miserables" (based on a book, turned into a stage musical and now a movie), "Anna Karenina" and "Life of Pi" all expected to make big waves in the coming...

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    UPDATE: VH-1 Pulls 'Ev & Ocho' Reality Show After Arrest

    So let me see if I got this straight, and anyone who's addicted to reality shows I'm sure will correct me.

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    Icarus Films Acquires Six Classic Jean Rouch Films For North American Distribution

    Icarus Films Acquires Six Classic Jean Rouch Films For North American Distribution

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    A List of All 50 New York Film Festival Opening Films

    With the announcement of Ang Lee's "Life of Pi" opening this year's New York Film Festival (as a world premiere, no less... that that, TIFF and Venice), I figured I might as well offer up this list of each and every opening night film in the festival's now 50 year history for a...

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    Sundance ShortsLab LA: 12 Filmmaking Lessons from Jonze, Groth, 'The Pact' and More

    This weekend's Sundance ShortsLab LA panels offered a wealth of useful gleanings. Held at Google's Venice offices, panels included Story Development (director Spike Jonze and longtime editor Eric Zumbrunnen), Collaboration (director Azazel Jacobs, cinematographer PJ Raval, editor Annette Dav...

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    Jodie Foster Heads To Showtime To Direct Mob Drama 'Angie's Body'

    "I think I may spend some time on cable," Jodie Foster told the Oregon Herald at Comic-Con last month, about where she might be going next. "I think it's a good outlet for what I do. What I do are personal stories and, in some ways, usually involve family and they have equal amounts of comedy and dr...

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    Ang Lee's 'Life of Pi' To Open New York Film Festival

    The Film Society of Lincoln Center has announced that Ang Lee’s 'Life of Pi' will make its World Premiere as the Opening Night Gala presentation for the 50th New York Film Festival.

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