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  • Eric Kohn
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    "Paranormal" Marketing Campaigns.

    "Paranormal" Marketing Campaigns.

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    Things I Learned at Digital Hollywood

    A Digital Hollywood conference seems to comes around every few months, as folks like me trek out to Santa Monica to see if there's anything new to be gleaned about the digital future which seems to be trashing livelihoods all around us. Just this week cuts were announced at the LA Times, NY Times, ...

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    "Amelia" Premiere: An Unique Bash for "America's First Celeb"

    indieWIRE raced uptown Tuesday night for a premiere party and we found ourselves sipping champagne amongst racks of clothes, wandering celebrities and tasty morsels served by a really hot staff...

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    When the Child Wasn't a Child: Spike Jonze's "Where the Wild Things Are"

    It’s tempting to see Spike Jonze’s last film, Adaptation, about a screenwriter’s inability to find his footing in translating Susan Orlean’s The Orchid Thief, as a sort of anticipation of his missteps with Maurice Sendak’s ten-sentence bedtime classic Where the Wild Things Are. In adapting a literary work, particularly one that so eludes natural one-to-one transpositions, the choices are endless and hard, and some will inevitably not be the “right” ones. Sendak’s 1963 picture book follows a rambunctious boy, sent up to his room without dinner, who finds himself transported to a land of savage beasts. There he indulges his unruliness by taking...

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    Oscar Watch: Academy Hires Producers, NYT Recasts Carpetbagger

    Now that the Academy has announced a team of Oscarcast producers, director Adam Shankman and ex-Fox studio chief-turned-producer Bill Mechanic, the business of choosing a host can begin.

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    South Asian Fest Unveils Closer

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    Twilight Saga: New Moon Clip: Lautner Turns into Wolf

    It's hard to resist the lure of a new Twilight Saga: New Moon clip. The marketing folks at Summit are trying to turn Taylor Lautner into the next Rob Pattinson. He's the new romantic interest for depressed Bella (Kristen Stewart) while her vampire lover has fled the scene (to save her life, natch). ...

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    Bronson Pinchot On Tom Cruise's Homophobia

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