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  • Shadow and Act
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    Notes On Working Towards A Fanboy/Girl Culture In Black Indie Cinema - Part 1

    As a filmmaker myself (in years past) I suppose I can understand why filmmakers tend to be secretive about their projects - especially while still in some stage of production.

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    Shirley MacLaine AFI Tribute, from Raucous Rickles, Black and Nicholson to Roberts and Streep: 'She's Got Balls'

    The annual American Film Institute Life Achievement Awards give folks in Hollywood a way to remember why they got into the business. And Shirley MacLaine was overdue for the award that had already gone to younger brother Warren Beatty, whom she said she has known and loved the longest.

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    TV Dial: 'Arrow' Extended Trailer Arrives; NBC Eyes Charlize Theron's 'Hatfield & McCoys,' 'Community' Fan Creates 8-Bit Game & More

    Though the Green Arrow comic-book character showed up briefly in “Smallville,” fans looking for any story continuation with the CW's newest series adaptation, “Arrow,” will be sorely disappointed. The show is an entirely revamped affair, going for a more down-to-earth aesthetic and characters, but w...

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    Scott Aukerman Brings Celebrity Guests and a 'Bizarro Version' of Himself to Podcast-Turned-TV Show 'Comedy Bang! Bang!'

    Fans of comedian Scott Aukerman have until this point had more of a chance to get familiar with his voice than with his screen presence. A writer for "Mr. Show" and the creator of viral web phenom "Between Two Ferns with Zach Galifianakis," Aukerman's best known as the h...

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    5 Things You Might Not Know About Joe Dante's 'Gremlins'

    June 8th, 1984 was a great day for movie nerds, particularly those with an affection for special effects, scares and belly laughs. Not only did they get "Ghostbusters" in theaters that day (as we've already looked at, but they also got "Gremlins," the subversive PG-rated horror-comedy from the A-lis...

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    Damon Lindelof To Rewrite 3rd Act Of 'World War Z,' Will Probably Give It A Vague, Frustrating Ending

    With the Marc Forster-directed, Brad Pitt-starring "World War Z" not only being pushed back to next summer, but gearing up for seven weeks of reshoots, the stink of "disaster" is beginning to emanate from this one. And now, one man will try to repair the film. His name? Damon Lin...

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    Kevin Durant Takes To The Screen In Trailer For Magical Family Drama 'Thunderstruck'

    Well, the kids should love it.

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    Will You See This Movie? 'Bellflower' Producer's Directorial Debut Takes On Wilderness Bootcamps for Delinquent Teens

    While traveling the world making deals on the 2011 Sundance hit he produced, Evan Glodell's "Bellflower," Vincent Grashaw felt as if he had made ten years' worth of film world contacts. So once he finished his "Bellflower" tour, he decided it was finally time to make a fi...

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    'Paul Williams: Still Alive' Star Paul Williams & Director Stephen Kessler Discuss Deleted Scenes, Buddy Movies, Muppets & Daft Punk

    Singer/songwriter Paul Williams, as Stephen Kessler’s brilliant (and occasionally heartbreaking) new documentary “Paul Williams: Still Alive” teaches us, is indeed, still very much alive. The versatile entertainer has had a profound impact on popular culture, writing songs for The Carpenters (“We’ve...

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    Vote for Project of the Week! Will It Be 'Memories,' 'Hugh,' 'Ferret,' or 'Dances'?

    Vote for Project of the Week! Will It Be 'Memories,' 'Hugh,' 'Ferret,' or 'Dances'?

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