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    Ken Jeong & 'Ugly Betty' Star Tony Plana Join Michael Bay's 'Pain And Gain'

    Well if the cast of “Transformers” helmer Michael Bay’s low-budget (in Bay terms) dark comedy “Pain and Gain” isn’t the most eclectic ensemble of talent he’s ever assembled, it’s certainly the best he’s done in years.

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    Preview Wendell Pierce-Produced, "Raisin In The Sun"-Inspired Drama "Clybourne Park"

    A new Broadway show we've previously covered, but which I completely forgot was opening very, very soon; it's actually already in previews, and has been for over a week now. 

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    Five Ways In Which Ike Evans of 'Magic City' Is Like Don Draper

    If "Magic City," the new drama kicking off tonight, April 6th, at 10pm on Starz, had started back in the fall, it would have been grouped in with "The Playboy Club" and "Pan Am" as similarly hollow-ringing, a pretty period piece consciously following in the steps of &qu...

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    Whit Stillman & Chris Eigeman Discuss Their Indie Classic 'The Last Days Of Disco' With Lena Dunham At BAM

    As part of the ramp up to promote her terrific new HBO series “Girls” -- which we really can’t say enough good things about -- BAMcinematek in Brooklyn invited filmmaker Lena Dunham to program a series entitled “Hey, Girlfriend! Lena Dunham Presents” featuring a diverse slate of films all centered a...

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    Atticus Ross To Score Keanu Reeves' Samurai Epic '47 Ronin'

    While Atticus Ross is best known for his collaborations with Trent Reznor in Nine Inch Nails and of course on the soundtracks for "The Social Network" (which won them an Oscar) and "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo," he has ventured out on his own on more than one occassion. He ha...

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    'Animal Kingdom' Director David Michod Names Next Project

    When David Michod arrived with "Animal Kingdom" (which went on to many a Best of 2010 list), the world took note. The Australian director has finally named his next project, "The Rover," which is based on an idea with one of his "Animal Kingdom" stars, Joel Edgerton...

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    Watch: 6 Clips From 'The Three Stooges' Equals Zero Laughs For Audiences

    At this juncture, it's probably best to cease judging promotional content from the Farrelly Brothers' “The Three Stooges” as something from a legitimate feature, and instead to look at the six clips released as simply an avant-garde film series. Picture Steve McQueen trying ...

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    Tribeca Film Fest 2012 Preview - Masculine Romantic Comedy "Supporting Characters"

    Continuing on with highlights from the upcoming 2012 installment of the Tribeca Film Festival, which runs from April 18 - 29...

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    Watch: First Clip Of The Alien Invasion In 'Battleship' Plus New Pics From The Film

    While we still have to wait a bit for Peter Berg's watery explosion fest known as "Battleship," the board game movie actually starts opening up internationally next week and thanks to Japan and Russia, a few more peeks at the movie have made their way online.

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    Watch: A Map Of Romance Sidetracks Ben Foster In Trailer for Road Trip Drama 'Here'

    Despite finding solid reviews after its 2011 Sundance premiere, music video director Braden King's debut feature, “Here,” is just now finding a theatrical release, and there's an evocative trailer to prove it.

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