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    Watch: Trailer For Brit Horror Flick 'The Awakening' Starring Rebecca Hall & Dominic West

    As regular readers already know, we'll pretty much watch anything with the talented Rebecca Hall, and while her choices can sometimes be spotty ("Lay The Favorite," "A Bag Of Hammers") she's always a worthwhile presence. And thus our interest in the period-horror piece &q...

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    '13 Families: Life After Columbine' Releasing on DVD; Remembering Van Sant's 'Elephant,' Moore's 'Bowling' & Ramsay's 'Kevin'

    The Columbine shootings continue to elicit interest among filmmakers and audiences. The documentary "13 Families: Life After Columbine" is releasing on DVD August 7, via Osiris Entertainment. For the first time, family members of the Columbine victims share their personal stories of the 1999 mass sc...

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    'Walk Away Renee' Filmmaker Jonathan Caouette Talks Parallel Realities, A Possible Book, Making Personal Docs & More

    Jonathan Caouette made a name for himself some years back with his debut feature "Tarnation," a manic, prodding look into his family, created on the cheap using home videos and the trusty iMovie program. His stock blew up, and a successful screening at the Sundance Film Festival eventually lead to h...

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    'Smash' Producers to Present a Live 'Sound of Music' Broadcast on NBC

    Craig Zadan and Neil Meron, the exective producers of "Smash" as well as the producers of the movie adaptations of musicals "Chicago" and "Hairspray," are going to be bringing a live broadcast of the original Broadway "The Sound of Music" to NBC.

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    Tamron Hall In Talks To Become "The Today Show" Third Hour Co-Host

    So here's a lesson on how cutthroat the television business is. As you know, Ann Curry, the 15 year veteran of The Today Show and the program's official co-host with Matt Lauer since June 2011, got a shiv in the back by NBC this week.

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    Noah Baumbach Talks ‘Kicking And Screaming’ On The Eve Of BAMcinemaFest 17th Anniversary Screening

    That internet movie legend is false: filmmaker Noah Baumbach’s debut feature, “Kicking And Screaming,” was never almost accepted to the Cannes Film Festival and then rejected because the director refused to cut fifteen minutes from the film as requested.

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    Academy Invites 176; Terrence Malick, Lucy Walker, Michel Hazanavicius and the Dardennes Make the Cut

    The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has extended invites to join the organization to 176 artists and executives. Per usual, the list is a doozy of newcomers and established talent. Big names to finally make the cut include: Terrence Malik who was nominated last year for "The Tr...

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    Rose Byrne Has An 'Internship' With Owen Wilson & Vince Vaughn

    Frankly, you could shoot Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn doing their taxes, then mowing the lawn and having a nap, and we'd probably watch it and love it. Those dudes crack us up ("Wedding Crashers" rules, "Starsky & Hutch" is pretty hilarious) so thank God for Shawn Levy (w...

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    Casting on Your iPhone? New Bret Easton Ellis Film "The Canyons" Goes Mobile

    Author Bret Easton Ellis ("Less Than Zero," "American Psycho") has new film project, "The Canyons," a contemporary thriller set in Hollywood. It's familiar turf for him; it tells the story of ambitous 20-somethings' questing for "power, love, sex and succes...

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    Best of the Week: Palm Springs Shortfest, Bologna & Moscow; Classics, Box Office, Reviews & Remembering Nora Ephron

    This week on TOH, we covered the Palm Springs International Shortfest, Il Cinema Ritrovata in Bologna and the Moscow Junket, looked at the intrepid box office for Pixar's "Brave," remembered beloved screenwriter, filmmaker and author Nora Ephron, reviewed this weekend's theatrical debuts and more...

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