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    New 'The Amazing Spider-Man' Poster Sees Our Favorite Webslinger Return To The Skies Of Sunkissed New York

    After a couple of darker marketing efforts, "(500) Days Of Summer" helmer Marc Webb's upcoming "The Amazing Spiderman" has now turned to an image synonymous with marketing for Sam Raimi's films: our favorite webslinger, played here by Andrew Garfield, high above...

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    'Game of Thrones' Just Had That George W. Bush's Severed Head Lying Around, Okay?

    The story that a model of George W. Bush's noggin was among the severed heads put on display by order of King Joffrey (Jack Gleeson) in episode ten of season one of "Game of Thrones" has gotten more traction than it probably should have.

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    Matthew Lillard Teams With ARC Entertainment For Unique Release of 'Fat Kid'

    ARC Entertainment has acquired North American rights to Matthew Lillard's "Fat Kid Rules The World," it was announced the today. ARC, Lillard and Whitewater Films (which produced the film) are taking the unconventional approach of launching the theatrical distribution of the film via T...

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    Watch First Trailer For Lance Reddick's Dark, Futuristic Web Series 'DR0NE'

    A sign of the times... did you miss the YouTube Upfronts?

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    Book Review: In 'Prometheus: The Art Of The Film' Ridley Scott & Co. Offer The Film’s Most Direct Explanation Yet

    Judging by the comments here and here, everyone is a bit “Prometheus”-ed out at this point, even if, like me, you came down on the positive side. It’s easy to forget the film only opened in North America last Friday, so epic is the flow of post-viewing discourse. (“Prometheus”: The “Girls”/"Mad Men"...

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    Meet the 2012 LAFF Filmmakers #9: 'Breakfast With Curtis' Director Laura Colella

    Laura Colella fell in love with filmmaking while studying at Harvard under Raúl Ruiz. Since then she has directed two other narrative features, "Stay Until Tomorrow" and "Tax Day", as well as many short films. Colella is currently a professor of 16mm Film Production and Di...

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    Project of the Day: Pirate Television

    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.

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    ATTN Chicago: 10th Annual African Diaspora Film Festival Starts Today! LOTS To See

    Hey Chicago readers! Come Back Africa, a film we've plugged quite a bit here on S&A, is coming to your city - so take note.

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    Quote of the Day: "Why? Why? Why? Don't they want the money?

    That is the quote Meryl Streep uttered Tuesday night at the annual Women in Film Crystal + Lucy Awards.  She was onstage to present Viola Davis with her Crystal Award for Excellence in Film. 

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    Chloe Moretz Says The 'Carrie' Remake Will Be The 'Black Swan' Version Of The Story

    Of all the remakes, reboots, and reimaginings in the works, the one we have the least animosity towards is probably “Boys Don’t Cry” director Kimberly Peirce’s upcoming remake of “Carrie.” Sure, Brian De Palma already turned author Stephen King’s twisted tale – of a girl with telekinetic powers who ...

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