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    R.I.P. 'Where The Wild Things Are' Author Maurice Sendak (1928-2012)

    Only a few days after the death of Beastie Boy Adam Yauch, more sad news has arrived today, with The New York Times reporting that Maurice Sendak, author of beloved children's classics "Where The Wild Things Are" (which was turned into an acclaimed 2009 film by Spike Jonze) and "In The Night Kitchen...

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    Lady Filmmakers at the LA Fest

    The LA Film Festival runs from June 14-24. Here are the female directed films.

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    Tyler James Williams Promoted To Series Regular On New NBC Comedy Pick-up "Go On"

    Tyler James Williams (likely best known for his starring role on Everybody Hates Chris), has been upgraded to "series regular" on NBC’s recently-picked up new comedy series Go On, which stars Matthew Perry as "an irreverent yet charming sportscaster who tries to move o...

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    Maurice Sendak, Author and Spike Jonze Muse, Dead at 83

    As he reminded us on "The Colbert Report" earlier this year, he was not a "children's book author"; he was an author, period.

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    The Vampire Who Came To Dinner: Johnny Depp and Tim Burton Do Dark Shadows

    I’m a big fan of Tim Burton, Johnny Depp, and vampires in general, so Dark Shadows is a film with my name on it. But you don’t need that perfect storm of tastes to fall for this funny pop confection. You don’t even have to be familiar with the 60’s afternoon soap opera...

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    Project of the Day: Fighting for 35mm Film in a Documentary

    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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    Alice Braga, Abbie Cornish, Ben Mendelsohn & Sullivan Stapleton Lead 'Wolf Creek' Helmer Greg Mclean's 'Kill Me Three Times'

    Greg Mclean didn't exactly replicate the success of his break-out horror flick "Wolf Creek" with croc-thriller follow-up "Rogue." And while it seemed he was set to shoot a sequel to "Wolf Creek" early this year, legal troubles have since delayed the production, with no end in sight. The delay, howev...

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    'Cosmopolis' Soundtrack Details Revealed, Features 3 New Songs By Metric, Howard Shore Score & More

    Many fans of David Cronenberg have begun to miss the director's freakier films of the past, with the helmer taking on more sober fare in recent years including "A History Of Violence," "Eastern Promises" and "A Dangerous Method." To be certain, none of those ef...

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    TRAILER MIX: RUBY SPARKS

    Trumpeting the long-awaited sophomore effort of "Little Miss Sunshine" creators Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris, the trailer for "Ruby Sparks" tackles that age-old challenge of visualizing the tribulations of a writer, which are inherently and notoriously un-cinematic.

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    'Lola Versus' Soundtrack Features Dan Deacon, Ani DiFranco, Taken by Trees & Score By Fall On Your Sword

    Starring Greta Gerwig, Zoe Lister Jones, Hamish Linklater and Joel Kinnaman with supporting assistance from Bill Pullman and Debra Winger (who play Gerwig's parents), Daryl Wein's New York-centric romantic comedy "Lola Versus" arrives in theaters on June 8. And ...

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