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    Watch: Stellar Trailer for Sundance Thriller 'Arbitrage' Starring Richard Gere

    Richard Gere received some of best accolades of his career at this year's Sundance Film Festival for the legal/financial thriller "Arbitrage," directed by first-time feature filmmaker Nicholas Jarecki. The trailer for the Roadside Attractions release just hit the web, and it gives a go...

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    Rock Doc 'Big Easy Express' Launches Worldwide on iTunes Today, Months Before Theatrical Run

    "Big Easy Express," the music documentary that follows a ten-day road trip with Mumford and Sons, Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros, and Old Crow Medicine Show, became available for download in 50 markets on iTunes today. Normally, this wouldn't be news. However, this launch, come...

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    Palm Springs Int'l Shortfest: Gus Van Sant's Early Shorts & Set Stories; Robert Elswit's Cinematography Master Class

    The Palm Springs Shortfest 2012 has come to a close. As a first timer at the fest, I was treated to some wonderful films, a Master Class with cinematographer Robert Elswit, a great Q & A with the Spirit of Short Film award winner Gus Van Sant and, of course, the great company...

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    Charlie Kaufman's Ambitious Meta-Musical 'Frank Or Francis' Is Not Dead, But It Has Been Postponed

    The film blogosphere loves screenwriter/director Charlie Kaufman, and with good reason. His mindbending screenplays and films ("Synecdoche, New York," "Adaptation," "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind") are surreal, challenging, hilariously bizarre, profound and moving, so he is beloved by many c...

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    Berry Gordy's Autobiographical Broadway Musical Still In Play For Spring 2013 Debut (Details)

    Berry Gordy's Autobiographical Broadway Musical Still In Play For Spring 2013 Debut (Details)

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    In Search Of Ratings - Oprah To Interview Rihanna

    In her continuing search for ratings for her OWN cable channel, Oprah Winfrey has confirmed, (via her Twitter account) that she will be interviewing Rihanna in August for an upcoming episode of her show Oprah's Next Chapter.

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    There's A Market To Be Filled, And Currently, No One To Fill It: New Trailer For 'Breaking Bad' Season 5

    Walter White is back...bitch. And we're fucking stoked. After an absolutely hair-raising season four, easily the best of "Breaking Bad" so far, with a phenomenal finale that now positions Walter White (a badass Bryan Cranston) to take over the game for himself, a new trailer for season...

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    Will BAFTA's Trim to Two Voting Rounds Oscarize Awards?

    BAFTA announced today a major reworking of its 2013 British Academy Awards votings system. The most radical difference is that there will now be two rounds of polling, as opposed to three.

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    Casting Watch: Mortensen Offered Dracula; Cast Joins Kutcher for Steve Jobs Biopic; Casting Johanna in 'Catching Fire'

    Viggo Mortensen has been offered the role of Dracula in Neil Marshall's ("The Descent") "The Last Voyage of the Demeter," which follows the vampire's famous plague-carrying seabound voyage from Transylvania to England...

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    Watch Short Series About Comedian Struggling w/ Writers Block Titled 'Victor'

    Watch this short piece from director Hilton Carter titled Victor...

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