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    First Look At Old Timey Shia LaBeouf In John Hillcoat's 'The Wettest County'

    At this point, we shouldn't have to explain to you why John Hillcoat's "The Wettest County" is already one of our most anticipated films of next year. We're just glad it's happening at all especially after it fell apart early last year just as lensing was about to begin. And now courtesy of fansite ...

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    Elizabeth Taylor, 1932-2011

    Legendary actress Elizabeth Taylor passed away of congestive heart failure this morning at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, California. Born in 1932, Taylor was considered one of the great actresses of Hollywood's golden age, while her remarkable beauty and tumultuous personal life (she w...

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    Meeting Miss Taylor

    I don’t usually get flustered before an interview, but I did when Entertainment Tonight told me I’d be talking to Elizabeth Taylor. The year was 1989, and she was promoting a new TV version of Tennessee Williams’ Sweet Bird of Youth she had made with Mark Harmon. I didn’t ...

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    With 'The Wolverine' Declawed For Now, Hugh Jackman Is Going To Sing Instead

    With "The Wolverine" now without a director and with the events in Japan putting location shooting in the country -- where the majority of the film is set -- on hold for now, Hugh Jackman is going to do what anyone else in his situation would do. Sing.

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    Watch: Red Band Trailer For 'Your Highness' Gives The Words "Boobie Trap" A Whole New Meaning

    A new red band trailer for David Gordon Green's "Krull" meets "Pineapple Express" medieval stoner pic "Your Highness" has landed and yes, it's pretty damn funny and it looks like it's fully earning its R-rating.

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    Elizabeth Taylor: Obits, Video Clips, Photo Galleries, Memories

    The Web lit up like a Christmas tree this morning with the sad but not unexpected news of Elizabeth Taylor's death of congestive heart failure in Los Angeles at age 79. Fifty-three years ago--almost to the day--Taylor escaped dying in a plane crash. The petite actress had been in failing health for many years. Taylor was fragile even back in 1993 when she attended Cannes to run the amfAR auction at the height of her AIDS activism. I'll never forget walking up the red carpet stairs of the Palais behind Sylvester Stallone as he advanced to meet Taylor, waiting for him at the top, wearing white and holding her beloved little white dog in her arm...

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    New Pic From 'X-Men: First Class' & 6 Brand New Earth Shattering Seconds From 'Captain America'

    Here's a quick little round up of the latest glimpses from two of the biggest comic tentpoles arriving this summer.

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    Tribeca 2011: Special Events, Tribeca Talks Panel Series Announced

    Along with the film program, the Tribeca Film Festival's lineup of special events and Tribeca Talks panel series will run from April 20 – May 1, 2011. To celebrate the festival’s tenth year, Tribeca Talks is mounting a Directors series featuring Martin Scorsese interviewing Souleymane Cisse, Brian W...

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    Exclusive: Emma Roberts Attached To 'Adult World'

    Emma Roberts has been coming on strong over the past year or so, featuring in a number of indie films including "It's Kind of a Funny Story," "What's Wrong With Virginia" and more recently in the Sundance premiere "Homework." And with "Scream 4" headed to theaters very soon, the actress is lining up...

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    Elizabeth Taylor's New York Times Obituary Written From The Grave

    Interesting fact: My indieWIRE colleague Eric Kohn pointed out that The New York Times' obituary of the late, great Elizabeth Taylor was written by movie and theater critic Mel Gussow, who himself passed away six years ago. Which says something pretty interesting about media production...

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