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    Watch Now - Al Freeman Jr. In LeRoi Jones' 'Dutchman' (Black Man's Neuroses)

    In light of Al Freeman Jr.'s death (please see the post immediately underneath this one)...

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    Obit: Publicist Dale Olson Repped the Stars, from MacLaine to Hudson

    Dale Olson, the veteran Hollywood publicist who convinced Rock Hudson to admit that he was dying of AIDS, died Thursday, August 9 at the age of 78 after a long battle with cancer. Because the first victims of AIDS were homosexuals, AIDS was an unmentionable disease in 1985 when Olson persuaded the ...

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    In Theaters: 'Campaign' Your Friends To See 'The Bourne Legacy' Or Spend '2 Days In New York' This 'Red Hook Summer' Weekend

    Happy Friday everyone! This weekend’s theatrical rollout has adopted a definite tenor, one that should have you rolling in the aisles…or groaning into your popcorn, as the case may be. But, hey – you can’t win ‘em all. The studios have put out the comedies in spades, with a little bit of every flavo...

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    Get 'Lawless' With New TV Spot, Making Of Featurette & Bad Girls Infographic

    With "The Bourne Legacy" and "The Campaign" arriving this weekend, the summer movie season is winding down to a close, but August will cap off with one big hurrah, when John Hillcoat's "Lawless" rolls into theaters. The rootin', tootin' bootleggin' drama...

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    RIP Al Freeman Jr.

    The son of African American stage actor Al Freeman (1884-1956), and star of stage, TV and film, Al Freeman Jr. (born Albert Cornelius Freeman Jr., on March 21, 1934, in San Antonio, Texas), has died at the age of 78 years old.

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    Best of the Week: 'The Master' Arrives in Santa Monica, 'Bourne' Debuts, Plus Festivals, Interviews & More

    This week on TOH, we eagerly anticipate the Toronto and Venice film fests, we review both "The Bourne Legacy" and the surprise screening of PTA's "The Master," we round up the best films of the year so far and more!

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    Julie Delpy Talks Exposing Herself In '2 Days In New York' & Talks About The Film's Great Cameo

    Julie Delpy is about to fly to Greece, so she's making her last-minute arrangements. First she needs a dress -- and she only has fifteen minutes to shop. And then there's the weather -- will New York have any more of those insane storm clouds that could delay her flight? And finally, she arr...

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    Meryl On Video

    It seems that today is video day and I've got two great ones from Meryl Streep as she is promoting Hope Springs (which I hope you go and see this weekend.)

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    The Films Of Spike Lee: A Retrospective

    If this weekend feels special for movie fans, it's not because of the trio of big-name blockbusters hitting theaters, it's because it sees a new dramatic feature -- the first in four years -- from Spike Lee, one of the most talented, idiosyncratic, maddening and controversial American filmmakers of ...

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    Days of Future Women Past: The Films of Marco Ferreri and Ornella Muti

    On the ominous and uncomfortable visions of Marco Ferreri and Ornella Muti.

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