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    'Django Unchained' Character Guide and Official Synopsis

    The graphic poster for "Django Unchained" (December 25) is spare and actor-free, so we decided to fill in a character guide and an embellished official synopsis--we did read the Quentin Tarantino script.

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    Darren Aronofsky's 'Noah' Will Set Sail On March 28, 2014

    While there were rumors back in January that we would see this as early as fall 2013, Paramount has gone ahead and dated Darren Aronofsky's "Noah" for a far-off March 28, 2014 release. And this will give the helmer plenty of time to finesse the vision of the movie that he has been brew...

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    Weekly Indiewire Clicks: The Best News, Reviews, and Features

    This week on Indiewire we're continuing to give you the opportunity to meet more of the Tribeca filmmakers before the festival starts on Wednesday. Also this week: an NYC video store legend is set to shut its doors forever; Jody Hill chats about what may or may not be the conclusion of "Eastbound &...

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    TV Lovers We Love: Pop Culture Pirate Elisa Kreisinger

    While she calls herself a pirate, she's not doing anything illegal. Video remix artist Elisa Kreisinger has made three videos remixing scenes from the run of "Sex and the City" to explore the possibilities of Carrie's same-sex attraction. She's created a video made up of televi...

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    Mel Gibson Teaches A Mexican Kid To Smoke In New Photos From 'Get The Gringo'

    Right now is either the best time or the worst time for Mel Gibson to be opening a movie called "Get The Gringo." They say there is no such thing as bad press, and like it or not, the new allegations of rage-and-hate-fueled anti-Semitism being leveled at the actor/director guarantees his s...

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    Meet the 2012 Tribeca Filmmakers #24: 'Caroline and Jackie' Director Adam Christian Clark

    First and foremost, Adam Christian Clark wants you to forget you're actually watching a movie when you see his family drama "Caroline and Jackie." Clark's mission with his film was to make it as naturalistic as possible (key influences on the film were Cassavetes and Altman) after feeling like he be...

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    New Pics & 5 Clips From 'The Five-Year Engagement' With Jason Segel, Emily Blunt & Alison Brie

    Last spring, Universal scored a touchdown with the Apatow-produced, Paul Feig-directed comedy hit "Bridesmaids," and now, a year later, they're hoping they can repeat that success. Apatow is once again working his wizardry behind the scenes, this time for director Nicholas Stoller and ...

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    Watch: Trailer for Ice-T's Directorial Debut, 'Something from Nothing: The Art of Rap'

    Hip-hop fans, get excited. This summer marks the theatrical release of Ice-T's first foray into directing, "Something from Nothing: The Art of Rap. Appropriately it's a documentary about what Ice-T knows best. The trailer recently premiered ahead of its June 8 release, and it does a goo...

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    Just Don't Call Him "The Black Guy From 'The 40-Year Old Virgin'"...

    His name is Romany Malco - the American-born Trinidadian, once a member of hip-hop group, College Boyz, whose big break came when he starred as MC Hammer in a VH1 telepic about the entertainer, in 2001.

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    Leonardo DiCaprio Will 'Live By Night' In Dennis Lehane Adaptation For Warner Bros.

    "Mystic River," "Gone Baby Gone" and "Shutter Island." As far as book-to-film adaptations go, Dennis Lehane is batting a perfect 3-for-3, and with Warner Bros. behind two of those pictures, they are looking to score another success by enlisting Leonardo DiCaprio.

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