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    Tristan Wilds, Melonie Diaz Join Octavia Spencer, Michael B. Jordan In Oscar Grant Feature Project

    Tristan Wilds, Melonie Diaz Join Octavia Spencer, Michael B. Jordan In Oscar Grant Feature Project

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    Rooftop Films Unveils 16th Annual Summer Series ("Oversimplification of Her Beauty," "Detropia" & "Welcome To Pine Hill")

    Rooftop Films just unveiled the lineup for its 16th Annual Summer Series presented by AT&T, which includes some of the films at S&A. Among them are Terrence Nance's impressive feature debut An Oversimplification of Her Beauty, which Tambay reviewed HERE, and Detropia, described as a &quo...

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    Adorable: Chris Pine Reads 'The Man in the Moon' at Milk + Bookies to Promo "Rise of the Guardians"

    In a marked switch from his macho turn as Captain Kirk in "Star Trek," Chris Pine reads "The Man in the Moon" by William Joyce aloud at the third annual Milk + Bookies at the Skirball Center in Los Angeles. "The Man in the Moon" is the inspiration behind DreamWorks Animation's "Rise of the Guardians...

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    IN THE WORKS: Laika Options "Goblins" from Novelist Philip Reeve, Mark Gustafson Will Direct

    Laika, the Oregon animation studio behind the Oscar-nominated "Coraline" and the upcoming feature "ParaNorman," plans to adapt the upcoming fantasy novel "Goblins." Novelist Philip Reeve's "Goblins" will be published in the UK on April 5, 2012 and in the US in the Fall of 2013.

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    Review: 'Oki's Movie' A Sincere, Hilarious & Dense Relationship Movie

    Comprised of four segments using the same characters caught in a love triangle at various points in their life, "Oki's Movie" experiments with structure to humorously examine the connections and similarities between people. By jumping through various time periods and swapping perspectives, filmmaker...

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    No One Hates 'Star Wars' Quite Like A 'Star Wars' Fan

    The Force will be with you...AND FOR THAT WE WILL HATE YOU FOREVER.

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    Tribeca 2012 Highlights - "Una Noche" (Cuban Teens Attempt To Flee To Miami)

    Premiering at the Tribeca Film Festival, Lucy Mulloy's Una Noche, about two Cuban teens "tantalized by the promise of a new life in Miami," will begin screening tomorrow night at 9pm.

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    Garrett Hedlund's 'On The Road' Poster Lands; A Double Dose Of 'Piranha 3DD,' 'The Dictator' & 'A Bag Of Hammers'

    In case you didn't get enough posters this morning, here's a whole new batch for you so buckle up your eyeballs.

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    Review: 'Bad Ass' Adds Intriguing Dimension To Hit Viral Video, Then Squanders It With Tacky Exploitation Trappings

    All hail VOD, the format giving new life to disreputable exploitation films. It was problematic to stock them on DVD shelves next to the likes of “Kangaroo Jack” and “The Chronicles Of Riddick.” Now, the cheapest, tackiest, most base thrills are only a click away, allowing an opportunistic indie lik...

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    Paul Thomas Anderson's 'The Master' Has A $30 Million Dollar Budget, Production Mostly Stonewalls NYTimes Article

    You've got to assume the secretive folks at Annapurna Pictures are fairly amused this afternoon after opening the latest edition of the New York Times. Inside, is a curiously timed, rather headscratching article about Paul Thomas Anderson's upcoming drama, expected to be called, "The Master."

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