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    Project of the Day: Politics Isn't Just Child's Play

    Here's your daily dose of an indie film in progress; at the end of the week, you'll have the chance to vote for your favorite. In the meantime: Is this a movie you’d want to see? Tell us in the comments.

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    Michael Bay is Actually Working on Two Different Boat-Based TV Series

    TNT has ordered a pilot for "The Last Ship," a post-apocalyptic action series based on the 1988 novel by William Brinkley and executive produced by blockbuster king Michael Bay.

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  • The Playlist
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    Watch: Clip From Spike Lee's Documentary About Michael Jackson's "Bad"; Theatrical Release Planned

    While there is still no official title or release date, those details are likely right around the corner as the first clip from Spike Lee's documentary about Michael Jackson's Bad has arrived. And yeah, it looks like it's going to be some fascinating stuff.

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    Cross-Post: Dear Aaron Sorkin: Someone Please Fix You

    I have now been caught in the ninth circle of Hell.  When the bad reviews came out about The Newsroom I couldn’t believe how harsh the critics, especially The New Yorker’s Emily Nussbaum, had treated Sorkin. One even called for Sorkin’s Oscar to be revoked after watching the s...

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    The Perils of the 1%: From the Dark Knight to the Queen of Versailles

    In this week's Docutopia column over at the SundanceNow website, I look at the strange confluence of similar themes existing in this week's new releases, Lauren Greenfield’s indie documentary "The Queen of Versailles" and Christopher Nolan’s blockbuster "The Dark ...

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    Peter Morgan Apparently Working With Hugh Hefner On A Biopic Of The Playboy Founder

    The life of Hugh Hefner is certainly one tailor-made for a salacious silver-screen adaptation but, up until this point, we've not seen it put under the microscope in any significant way. Brett Ratner had been attached to helm a biopic a few years back for Universal but, with things never coming ...

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    Watch: New Clip From 'Total Recall' Reveals Bryan Cranston's Cohaagen

    When it comes to promotion on Sony's remake of "Total Recall," actor Bryan Cranston is either suspiciously absent or only briefly included in the movie's trailers and TV spots. Of course, it seems criminal to keep the man who is Walter White a secret, especially since Cranston is p...

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    Tonight: Where To Watch The One-Night Release of LCD Soundsystem Doc "Shut Up and Play The Hits"

    On Wednesday night across North America, Oscilloscope Laboratories is releasing LCD Soundsystem documentary "Shut Up and Play The Hits" in 163 theaters across North America before a digital release later this year.

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    Watch: Press Play Deconstructs Batman With a Trio of Video Essays

    With the highly anticipated "The Dark Knight Rises" rushing toward theaters July 20, fans are devouring as much context, criticism and commentary as they can in advance of Christopher Nolan's trilogy-ending new film. To help understand the Caped Crusader's appeal and subtext, Pr...

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