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    First Look At Spike Lee's 'Red Hook Summer' & 'Man On Wire' Director James Marsh's 'Shadow Dancers'

    If Spike Lee's first feature film in four years (alliteration! and not counting the many documentaries he's done in that time) isn't enough to get you excited for Sundance, then we just don't know what to tell you.

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    Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson In Talks To Star In Michael Bay's Dark Bodybuilding Comedy

    At this rate, Dwayne Johnson's IMDB *future* resume will soon start to look like Will Smith's, with oodles and oodles of projects he's attached to, that may or may not happen.

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    First Look At Elizabeth Olsen In 'Liberal Arts' & David Duchovny In 'Goats'

    Elizabeth Olsen, this year's Sundance darling (or one of them anyway) is returning to Park City to prove she wasn't just a one hit wonder, with another indie aiming to turn heads.

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    Spike Lee Announces That His "Red Hook Summer" Will Make Its Official Debut At The 2012 Sundance Film Festival!

    SpikeLee & 40Acres&AMuleFilmworks r honored 2 announce that RED HOOK SUMMER has been officially invited 2 b in the 2012 SundanceFilmFestival

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    Mark Wahlberg & Dwayne Johnson Frontrunners For Michael Bay's Low Budget Dark Comedy 'Pain And Gain'

    So, what does a Michael Bay movie look like without $100 million dollars worth of explosions and Victoria's Secret models? We'll soon find out. The director is pushing ahead with plans to do a smaller film after his trilogy of "Transformers" movies and despite the low budget -- som...

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    1927 Best Picture Winner "Wings" to Screen in January

    The first Academy Awards were handed out in 1927, when the silent World War I epic "Wings" took home the prize for Outstanding Picture, the precursor to today's Best Picture.

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    Watch: 'Thor' Gets Scared In 'The Cabin In The Woods' Trailer

    So, we've been waiting all this time for...this? Mired in MGM's financial fiasco for a better part of a year, Lionsgate finally rescued "The Cabin The Woods," a horror entry written by Joss Whedon and directed by "Cloverfield" scribe Drew Goddard and is now set to br...

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    Controversy Over *Whitewashed* Casting Of Tony Award-Nominated Play That Co-Starred Chris Rock

    We debate it happening in cinema almost whenever it does - most recently and notably, the casting of Akira, and The Last Airbender; but you'll be *glad* to know that it also apparently happens in theater.

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    Tilda Swinton On Exploring The Lack Of Maternal Instinct In 'We Need To Talk About Kevin' & Winging It

    "To this day, I'm winging it," declared Oscar winner Tilda Swinton at a Q&A following a recent screening of "We Need To Talk About Kevin" in New York City, referencing her lack of proper training as an actor. While it is a truthful exclamation, it's ultimately a ...

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    "Rango," "Tintin" and "Panda" Among 39th Annie Awards Noms

    Ten films received Best Animated Feature nominations Monday for the 39th Annual Annie Awards. The Annie Awards - produced by the International Animated Film Society, ASIFA-Hollywood - cover 28 categories and include Best Animated Feature, Best Animated Special Production, Commercials, Short Subjects...

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