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    Amazing: Michael K. Williams To Play Ol' Dirty Bastard In Biopic 'Dirty White Boy'

    While biopics on N.W.A. and Tupac have been talked about for a while now, and seem to be stuck in development, it looks like a movie about one of their contemporaries is not only moving forward, but has made a brilliant and bold casting choice: Michael K. Williams (aka Omar from "The Wire"...

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    Michael K. Williams To Play Late Rapper Old Dirty Bastard In "Dirty White Boy"

    Michael K. Williams has signed on to star as Ol' Dirty Bastard, but not in a biopic on the late rapper's life (one has long been rumored to be coming); rather as a character in some other person's story.

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    Exclusive: Poster For Braden King's 'Here' Starring Ben Foster & Lubna Azabal

    Premiering at Sundance in 2011 and spending the rest of the year traveling to film festivals around the world and picking up a couple of awards along the way, "Here," starring Ben Foster and "Incendies" star Lubna Azabal is now settling in to hit theaters next month, and courtesy...

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    Robert Pattinson Has Lots of Sex in Cronenberg's Future-Set 'Cosmopolis' Teaser

    A French teaser for David Cronenberg's "Cosmopolis" looks like the love child of "Shame" and "Scarface." While Cronenberg's "A Dangerous Method" was about S & M and psychoanalysis, the talky drama was fairly tame in the sex and violence department. This teaser suggests that "Cosmopolis" marks the Ca...

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    POV Announces Documentary Lineup For Its 25th Season On PBS

    News on the march! Details below from the press release; some good-looking documentaries on the horizon... for the full POV 2012 lineup, click HERE.

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    Exclusive: BAMcinématek To Present An Early Sneak Preview Of Amy Heckerling's 'Vamps' On April 7th

    You may have heard of BAMCinematek's awesome "Hey Girlfriend! Lena Dunham Selects" series curated by none other than Dunham herself, the director and star of the Criterion-approved micro-indie "Tiny Furniture" and the writer, producer and co-star of "Girls," he...

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    Marcia Gay Harden Gets A Job with Cranston, Kendrick, Teller, Braun & Brie

    Marcia Gay Harden has joined a stellar lineup for CBS Films' "Get A Job." The Dylan Kidd comedy written by Kyle Pennekamp and Scott Turpel centers on four recent college grads who realize that reality doesn't match up with their lofty expectations of the adult working world.

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    First Look At Ellen Page In Woody Allen's 'To Rome With Love' In New Images From The Film

    Yeah, we know, it was only a couple of days ago when we got our first official look at Woody Allen's "To Rome With Love." But a few more images have arrived, and it's a closer look at the bigger names in the movie.

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    Cate Blanchett & Mia Wasikowska To Direct Segments In Omnibus Adaptation Of Tim Winton’s 'The Turning'

    While omnibus projects generally tend to be hit and miss affairs, they are intriguing in that they usually give directors a chance to try something they wouldn't or couldn't normally do in a feature, as well as exercise their skills within the tighter constraints of the format. Or in the cas...

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    Sorry Terrence Malick, The Weinstein Company Has Changed 'The Wettest County' To 'Lawless'

    Toldja? Okay, maybe not quite, but we read the tea leaves on this just a couple of weeks ago, and now it's pretty much official. John Hillcoat's "The Wettest County" will now be titled "Lawless." Sorry Terrence Malick!

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