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    Film Review—The Wolfman

    The good news is, despite long production delays and rumors of disaster, the new remake of The Wolfman isn’t bad…not bad at all. Handsome production design by Rick Heinrichs and great makeup effects by Rick Baker (who also makes a brief appearance on camera) are among its strongest assets. There are...

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    Magnolia Picks Up "Countdown To Zero"

    Magnolia Pictures announced today that it has acquired North American theatrical rights to "Countdown To Zero" from Participant Media. Lucy Walker's documentary follows the escalating global nuclear arms crisis, and recently bowed at the Sundance Film Festival. In addition, Participant announced t...

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    Berlinale iPOP Extra: Who is this??

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    Twilight's Pattinson Tests Marquee Value with Remember Me

    A fellow-Hollywood scribe (who tends to like a lot) has seen Summit's Rob Pattinson romance Remember Me and says it's strong. (I'll see it soon but can't write about it yet). This "family" trailer (below) is much better than the last one.

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    Advisors Join TFC

    "The Film Collaborative," unveiled last month during the Sundance Film Festival, has added a growing roster of advisors.

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    As For Next Year's Oscars...

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    Outfest Announces 7th LGBT People of Color Fusion Fest

    Outfest, LA's premiere LGBT media showcase, has announced the lineup for Fusion: the Los Angeles LGBT People of Color Film Festival. The festival, now in its seventh year, will run from March 11-13, with events held at NBCUniversal and Hollywood's Egyptian Theater. The festival will screen two sh...

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