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    Watch Jeffrey Wright w/ George Clooney, Ryan Gosling + Others In "Ides Of March" Trailer

    I had absolutely no idea Jeffrey Wright was in this; though it looks like another peripheral "character" role for him next to the film's headliner, George Clooney, who also directed the film. Paul Giamatti, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Evan Rachel Wood and Ryan Gosling round out the cast; how many Oscar ...

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    Political Thriller "Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy" Premieres in Venice

    Political Thriller "Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy" Premieres in Venice

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    Meet Conan O'Brien's Brilliant Editor, Dan Dome.

    The best thing about this very funny spoof trailer for a nonexistent exploitation movie called "Butterworth," which aired on "Conan" this week, passes by in a matter of seconds:

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    2011 Venice Film Fest Lineup Includes "Shame" & "Wuthering Heights" Adaptation w/ Black Heathcliff

    The 2011 installment of the Venice Film Festival revealed its lineup this morning, and, based on all the speculation I'd heard and read in the last month or so, there really aren't any surprises on the list.

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    'Pushing Daisies' & 'Breaking Dawn' Star Lee Pace Joins Steven Spielberg's 'Lincoln'

    For Lee Pace, it has always seemed that bigger things have just been on the horizon. Most people probably recognize his face from his work on two shortlived, but acclaimed television shows "Wonderfalls" and "Pushing Daisies," however, astute film fans have also picked up on his talents. He was great as the love interest in the underseen and hugely underrated charmer "Miss Pettigrew Lives For A Day," and he nearly stole the show as the arrogant documentary filmmaker Whit Coutell in Max Winkler's "Ceremony" and Hollywood has certainly sat up and taken notice. Pace is now part of two huge franchises with roles in the "Twilight: Breaking Dawn" fi...

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    "The Devil's Double" review: Diabolical Fun and The Problem with Iraq Movies

    "The Devil's Double" review: Diabolical Fun and The Problem with Iraq Movies

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    Will Gluck Says The Lack Of Skin In 'Friends With Benefits' Was A Conscious Choice

    Nudity, Scientology & More We Learned From The Writer/Director About His Latest Rom-ComThis past weekend, "Friends with Benefits," starring Justin Timberlake and Mila Kunis, opened to perhaps a smaller tally than the studio would have wanted, in part because of its striking similarity to January's infinitely dopier "No Strings Attached." Though bearing a similarity in their premise, writer/director Will Gluck's "Friends with Benefits" is the fizzier, funnier and more enjoyable film and it’s a shame that just because it's opening later means people are leaving it behind. We spoke to Will Gluck over the weekend about the comparisons to "No Stri...

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    BET Reportedly Cancels "The Mo'Nique Show"

    And I thought her late night program was one of their prized possessions! Wha happin?

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    RIP Polly Platt, Production Designer and Producer, Driving Force for Directors

    I first met producer/production designer Polly Platt on the set of Terms of Endearment, which went on to earn five Oscars including best picture. Truth is, the movie might not have turned out as well without her. It was TV executive producer/writer James L. Brooks' debut as a film director, and feat...

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    'Ghost Protocol' Moves To Dec. 21 & Faces 'Dragon Tattoo'; 'One Shot' Set For February 8, 2013

    Paramount has shuffled the deck on a couple of upcoming Tom Cruise projects and it looks like the actor is ready to test his star power this holiday season.

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