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    'Spider-Man' Gets A Second Villain, Irrfan Khan To Play Van Adder

    Campbell Scott, Annie Parisse & Julianne Nicholson Also Join The Cast"Spider-Man" is gearing up for a 3D relaunch and he's going to have two sets of villains to tangle with.

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    film review: I Love You, Phillip Morris

    Jim Carrey is a talented man but, like other performers whose gifts are wide-ranging and difficult to pigeonhole, he needs good material and a guiding hand. He has found both in I Love You, Phillip Morris. In fact, I think he gives the best performance of his career in this provocative and unusual f...

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    First Look: Brad Pitt & Sean Penn In Terrence Malick's Much Anticipated 'Tree Of Life'

    After what amounts to about two years of waiting or more, cinephiles are drooling in anticipation at finally receiving their first look at Terrence Malick's long-gestating drama, "The Tree Of Life" starring Brad Pitt and Sean Penn and they're getting it this Friday when the Fox Searchlight picture's...

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    Michelle Williams Talks Blue Valentine, Meek's Cutoff, Playing Marilyn Monroe, Female Directors

    Michelle Williams has a lot going on. Not only is the actress enjoying her Indie Spirit nomination for Sundance/Cannes/Toronto fave Blue Valentine (while decrying her co-star's Ryan Gosling's omission), but she's fearlessly stepping up to playing icon Marilyn Monroe in the upcoming My Week with Mari...

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    Video: Live-Action, Human-Version Tribute to Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner

    After being extremely disappointed with the recent resurrection of Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner for a new computer-animated Looney Tunes short (it's one of the worst films on the Oscar shortlist), I probably enjoyed today's video a little more than I normally would have. Also, the first failed...

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    Happy Birthday, Mom!

    Happy Birthday, Mom!

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    No Joker & No Two-Face: Aaron Eckhart Says He Won't Be In 'The Dark Knight Rises'

    Right now, it seems we know more about what won't be happening in Christopher Nolan's upcoming "The Dark Knight Rises" than what actually will be happening. The film won't be in 3D, won't feature the Riddler, will not feature a CGI Heath Ledger as the Joker, and now we can tell you you one more thin...

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    Sam Mendes To Direct 'Bond 23' Next Year, Says Kate Winslet

    Theater Veteran Simon Russell Beale Eyed For Role?Earlier today, it was reported that composer David Arnold revealed that the 23rd installment of the 'Bond' franchise was apparently now "back on" after being put on hold by EON Productions earlier this year -- news which we took as a positive sign o...

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    Disney Starts Planning For 'Pirates Of The Caribbean' 5 & 6, Wants To Shoot Sequels Back-To-Back

    And They Still Probably Won't Make Any SenseBloated and water-logged, we're kind of done with "The Pirates Of Caribbean" franchise as we can't say we really care about or are particularly looking forward to "Pirates Of The Caribbean: On Stranger Tides". Yes, the first film was a kind of enjoyable romp but each successive film has gotten longer and more convoluted to the point where we just don't care to try and keep up. Not to mention that the appeal of Jack Sparrow has kind of worn off on us. But we're clearly in the minority; the series is a huge success, with the franchise taking in over $2 billion to date and that's not even counting the ...

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    Rob Reiner Planning To Direct Film Version Of Broadway Musical 'Next To Normal'

    One day, this writer is going to pen the definitive book on the career of Rob Reiner, a tome that'll be called something along the lines of "What The Fuck Happened?" Reiner started out as a sitcom star in the 1970s on "All in the Family," before switching tracks and becoming, like his father Carl, a...

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