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    Watch: 1st Trailer For Roger Bobb's 'Raising Izzie' (Vanessa Williams, Rockmond Dunbar Star)

    Former Executive Vice President of Tyler Perry Studios, Roger Bobb, who left the company earlier last year to start his own film production company called Bobcat Films, is making his feature film directorial debut with a project titled Raising Izzie - a film that's based on the grand-prize...

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    Aaron Run! Jeremy Renner Takes To The Roof In New Clip From 'The Bourne Legacy'

    So after "The Dark Knight Rises" throws a cape over theaters this weekend, summer is over right? Not so fast. While August overall looks pretty dismal with a remake ("Total Recall"), a sequel ("The Expendables 2") and a Meryl Streep programmer ("Hope Springs")...

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    Who's Been Watching Mzansi Magic Channel Drama Series 'Mshika-shika'?

    Ever since Tambay first told us about South African/Nigerian drama series Jacob's Cross, a little over a year ago, I've been paying close attention to South African television. This past April, the Mzansi Magic channel introduced a new drama series to its viewers called Mshika-shika.

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    So What's Next For Quvenzhané Wallis?

    The accolades have been virtually non-stop since the film and its star bowed at the Sundance Film Festival in January, this year. And while the director of that film, Benh Zeitlin - Beasts Of The Southern Wild - likely won't have much difficulty building on the success of the film, as his c...

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    IFC Films Pick Up James McAvoy/Mark Strong Thriller 'Welcome To The Punch'

    The release schedule for the rest of the year is starting to shape up, but there's still a few question marks, and one of the film's we're eager to get a date on is "Welcome To The Punch." The film is the sophomore feature from writer-director Eran Creevy, who made an impressive debut with "Shifty" ...

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    'Indie Game: The Movie,' 'The Woods,' 'Enemies of the People' & More Sundance Titles Now Available on iTunes

    “Indie Game: The Movie,” “The Woods” and “Enemies of the People” are among the ten titles recently added to the Sundance Institute’s Artist Services program. The initiative is designed to help indie films made by Sundance alumni find digital distribution thr...

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    Amy Adams Joins Bradley Cooper & Jeremy Renner In New David O. Russell Film

    We can' t have been the only one that felt that Amy Adams got a little cheated at the Oscars a few years back. Melissa Leo is a wonderful actress, and was very good in "The Fighter," but she wasn't even in the Best Supporting Actress in that film, let alone among the nominees. That particular honor ...

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    Criticwire Picks: Forget 'The Dark Knight.' Another Billionaire Movie Tops This Week's List

    When deciding which movie to go see in theaters, some weekends it’s best to just pull a name out of a hat. According to members of our Criticwire Network, you have plenty of solid options this week. The upcoming quintet of new releases hitting theaters in the days to come all have averages of ...

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    Watch: Supercut Video Essay Featuring "135 Of The Most Beautiful Shots In Cinema"

    We can't say that we're necessarily the biggest fans of the 'supercut,' those viral videos that take a bunch of examples of a particular thing -- people cussing, or saying a particular line, or whatever -- pull them together with some natty editing, and then just hang around collecti...

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    Are Women Directors Entering a Golden Age? Studio 360 Talks to Shelton, Polley

    Are we entering a golden age for women directors in Hollywood? I've been trying to figure out the troubled relationship between women and the film business for decades, so I unloaded for Studio 360's Kurt Andersen, who also talked with Sarah Polley and Lynn Shelton, about how the industry favors ind...

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