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    The Directors of 'Saving Face': 'If you want a global voice for an issue, there's nothing better than winning an Oscar.'

    Daniel Junge and Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy on their Academy Award-winning short about acid attacks in Pakistan.

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    Sigourney Weaver Heads to the Small Screen With 'Political Animals'

    The drama about a Secretary of State and former first lady will air on USA this summer.

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    Evan Goldberg Talks Hockey Pic 'Goon' & Reveals He's Writing A Horror Movie With Seth Rogen

    Director Michael Dowse, the man behind "Fubar" and "Take Me Home Tonight," is no stranger to pushing the envelope. So it's no surprise that his latest effort, the hockey comedy "Goon," opens with a splash of blood and a tooth hitting the ice. While the real hockey w...

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    'Justified' Will Be Back For a Fourth Season

    "Justified" and everyone's lovable, hat-wearing bastard of a U.S. Marshal, Raylan Givens (Timothy Olyphant), will be back for another season. FX announced yesterday that they were ordering 13 more episodes of the series, to air in 2013.

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    The Long Take In 'Silent House' Is Effective, But to What End?

    Forget that "Silent House" is shot in a single, continuous long take and what do you have? A persistently terrified Elizabeth Olsen embodying a young woman even less in touch with reality than her brainwashed character in "Martha Marcy May Marlene." A few well-timed jump scares. ...

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    Watch: New Clip From 'The Hunger Games' Plus 'The Muppets' Trailer Parody

    In case you haven't heard, there's a little movie called "The Hunger Games" coming and given the early buzz this thing is receiving, and the projected box office, it's shaping up to be one helluva blockbuster.

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    MIFF '12 Preview: Short Film "Immune" (Composer Desperately Seeks Missing Piece of Music)

    The 30-minute film, Immune, is premiering at the Miami International Film Festival, which began March 4th and will go on until March 11th. Immune, written and directed by Andrew Lathrop, revolves around a music composer who "risks a journey to find a missing piece of music."

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    Watch Isabelle Adjani Dance To Robyn's "Call Your Girlfriend"

    Okay, so she's not actually dancing to "Call Your Girlfriend." She's freaking the fuck out in Andrzej Żuławski's insane 1981 cult classic "Possession." But filmmaker Kyle Patrick Alvarez ("Easier With Practice") decided to put two and two together and a v...

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    New Looks At Jemaine Clement, Alice Eve & Nicole Scherzinger In 'Men In Black 3' Along With Will Smith & Josh Brolin

    Well, since we're not 9 years old, we're not exactly too jazzed on "Men In Black III" -- the latest trailer makes it clear, this one is aiming straight for the kiddie set -- but there are a couple of reasons why we'll still be tuning in. First off, Bill Hader as Andy Warhol has...

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    So, Who's The Heroine of 'Smash'?

    When "Smash" (airing Mondays at 10pm) kicked off a few weeks ago, the backstage Broadway drama was described by many critics as "Glee" for grownups. Now that the show's a third of the way through its 15-episode season, that's starting to seem as much a cautionary note as ...

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