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    Watch: New 'Breaking Bad' Teaser Labels Walter White a 'Time Bomb, Tick-Ticking Away'

    With a season tagline telling us to "All Hail the King," the new run of "Breaking Bad," which returns Sunday, July 15th at 10pm, is shaping up to see Walter White (Bryan Cranston) take a run at the drug world throne.

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    Palm Springs Int'l Shortfest: Winners, Favorites & Trailers for Doc 'Battle of the Jazz Guitarist' and Oscar-Eligible 'Behind the Mirrors'

    The 2012 Palm Springs International ShortFest received 3,000 submissions this year, and 324 lucky shorts were chosen to screen at the Camelot Theaters, a welcome respite from the oppressive heat where Palm Springs locals and out-of-towners delight in the films featured by the festival...

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    Hugo Weaving Goes Down 'Mystery Road'; James Marden Draws 'Two Guns'; Catherine Keener Ready To 'Save Your Life' & James Woods Finds 'Jobs'

    Hugo Weaving continues to switch up big blockbusters and smaller minded fare, and this time he's headed to Australia to star in "Mystery Road" alongside "True Blood" hunk Ryan Kwanten, Jack Thompson, Tony Barry, Tasma Walton, Damian Walshe-Howling, David Field, Trisha Whitton and Siobhan Binge. Writ...

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    Left As A Baby In A Ditch, A Canadian Returns To Haiti In Search Of Birth Parents (Screening)

    Screening for ONE night next month, on July 19th at 6:30pm, at Hot Docs Bloor Cinema in Toronto is former Much Music editor Sonia Godding Togobo's feature documentary about a Haitian woman adopted by white Canadians, who returns to Haiti to find her biological family.

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    So Much Awesome: Will Arnett Is Batman, Channing Tatum Possibly Superman In 'Lego: The Piece Of Resistance'; Chris Pratt Leads Cast

    On paper, the idea of a movie based on Lego sounds ridiculous and so easy to be exploited into a quick cash grab, brainless, toy brand blockbuster. But thankfully, the folks behind "Lego: The Piece Of Resistance" are putting their aims high for something that sounds like it's going to ...

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    Youtube Supercut Begs the Question: Is Aaron Sorkin a Compulsive Self-Plagiarist?

    Aaron Sorkin has long been one of the industry's highest-paid writers, and despite the tepid response to "The Newsroom," that's highly unlikely to change any time soon. However, here's something that could ultimately harm his reputation worse than any bad review or critical thi...

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    'Beasts Of The Southern Wild' Star Dwight Henry Joins 'Twelve Years A Slave'

    It has been quite a journey for everyone involved with Benh Zeitlin's "Beasts Of The Southern Wild." Bowling over audiences at the Sundance Film Festival and Cannes Film Festival, the magical film has also put two previously unknown faces -- Quvenzhané Wallis and Dwight Hen...

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    Controversial Documentary Explores Struggles Of Workers & Workplace Violence

    Intriguing argument being made by this documentary investigation and I'd like to check it out...

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    Watch: Video For Maroon 5's 'One More Night' Directed By Peter Berg & Featuring Minka Kelly

    After bringing a board game to life in this summer's bellyflop "Battleship," Peter Berg decided to give himself another challenge, one arguably harder than bringing a board game to the big screen: he has to make you belive that Adam Levine is a sensitive boxer. That's right, block ...

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    Review: The South Will Rise, But Not Like You Expected, In The Pagan, Powerful 'Beasts Of The Southern Wild'

    Written and directed by Benh Zeitlin, whose short, "Glory at Sea," was shot through with purpose and promise, "Beasts of the Southern Wild" is as stirring and striking a film as you could wish for. Shot and set in a Louisiana community called The Bathtub, on the wrong side of the levees that stop th...

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