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    New Wong Kar-Wai Short Film 'Dejavu' To Premiere At Cannes

    Looks like Wong Kar-Wai has something up his sleeve for everyone who has been patiently awaiting his next feature film "The Grandmasters." While it won't be making the Cannes Film Festival like many had hoped, with more shooting happening this month and a December release date in China...

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    Northside Festival Sets Film Lineup; 'Take This Waltz' and 'About Cherry' In the Mix

    The Northside Festival in Brooklyn has announced a linuep of more than 50 films which will be screening this year at the music & culture festival, now entering its fourth year.

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    Critic's Notebook: How Spike Jonze's Doc 'Tell Them Anything You Want,' Available Online, Eulogizes Maurice Sendak and Adam Yauch

    Critic's Notebook: How Spike Jonze's Doc 'Tell Them Anything You Want,' Available Online, Eulogizes Maurice Sendak and Adam Yauch

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    Stephen King's 'The Reach' & Ray Bradbury's 'From The Dust Returned' Headed To The Big Screen

    Adapting books into films is big business for studios, and this week two of the authors who are considered the cream of the genre crop will be seeing their written work turned into full features on the silver screen.

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    Sony Already Smurfing 'The Smurfs 3'; Script Being Smurfed By 'Over the Hedge' Smurfs

    Talk about planning ahead. Before our megaplexes can even be graced by the currently in-production sequel to 2011 children’s flick “The Smurfs,” the film’s studio Sony is really eager to turn the epic saga of these little blue individuals into a trilogy.

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    Sundance Channel Announces Five New Nonfiction Series, Including 'The Trouble with Love and Sex'

    As the Sundance Channel gears up for the launch of its latest unscripted show "Push Girls," premiering June 4th at 10pm, the Robert Redford-founded network has announced five new nonfiction programs in development for 2012 and 2013. Among the new shows is an exploration of open marriages, ...

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    The Epic "Hammer-Time" Corridor Scene Will Be In Spike Lee's "Oldboy" Remake; How Might He Shoot It?

    One key question that comes up often in discussions about Spike Lee's Oldboy adaptation/remake/whatever you want to call it, is just how faithful to the original Manga, or Park Chan-wook's 2003 film, this Hollywood adaptation will be.

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    Will Ferrell Visits Jimmy Fallon: Wears Tight Pants, Shows New Movie Trailer

    Will Ferrell’s comedy is both incomparably goofy and totally droll about it, and both sides of his humor kicked in during his guest spot on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. He was promoting his hosting spot on this week’s SNL, but also brought along the trailer for his new political co...

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    Introducing "Lost Boy" Hayden Wright

    Salutations, Lost Boys readers. I'm Hayden Wright, a freshly minted college senior and journalist in the Revolution town of Boston, Massachusetts. I hail more formally from Wheeling, West Virginia; the transplant experience often exaggerates my most Southern characteristics. For the past ni...

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    Review: A Breezy, But Meandering 'A Bag Of Hammers' Is Only Half A Movie

    There are ample pleasures of the half-movie. Features of the half-film include a lack of b-plot, a meandering tone, haphazard scenes, and a barely feature-length runtime. The reasons why productions result in half-movies usually come from vastly re-written scripts, overrunning schedules and/or eclip...

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