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    I Wasn't There: "We Were Here" and the Importance of HIV/AIDS in Film

    EDITOR'S NOTE: This article was originally published during the Sundance Film Festival. "We Were Here" opens this Friday at the Angelika Film Center in New York City

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    M. Night Shyamalan & Will Smith's ‘One Thousand A.E.’ To Hit Theaters On June 7, 2013

    Paul Rudd & Jennifer Aniston's 'Wanderlust' Moves To Feb 2012; 'The Descendants' Moves Forward One WeekIt has been three long years since Will Smith, arguably one of the biggest movie stars on the planet, was last seen on the big screen. 2008 saw two sides of the thesp: the blockbuster star in "Hancock" and the awards season contender in "Seven Pounds." Though they were successful, neither film quite lived up to expectations - and now Smith seems determined to bring home the bacon. Next year he'll be back with his mega-franchise in tow for "Men In Black III," and he won't be keeping fans waiting as 2013 will once again see him at a theater ne...

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    Teaser Trailer For "The Last Fall" Debuts (Matthew Cherry, Lance Gross, Nicole Beharie)

    I doubt this needs an intro at this point, given how much we've talked about it on S&A... but if you're only now just joining us, feel free to search the site for all our previous The Last Fall/Matthew Cherry posts; There's a lot to catch up on!

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    Stephen Colbert Supports Spoiler Alerts (Video)

    A new study finds that people are more likely to enjoy a story if they already know the ending. Is it true? The Colbert Report returned from hiatus last night with a look at happy endings, America's woes, and life's ultimate spoiler. --Natalie Wright

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    Clint Eastwood's 'J. Edgar' To Premiere At AFI Fest 2011

    While it was previously reported that Clint Eastwood was unlikely to make any major festival appearances in the run up to the release of his latest effort "J. Edgar," the director will now give it a splashy red carpet premiere at the AFI Fest a few days before it rolls out to multiplexes across the ...

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    Provocholia Lars Von Trier, Persona Non Grata

    Lars von Trier made a rare post-Cannes public appearance in Berlin last weekend. Tom Christie reports:When Lars von Trier arrived on stage at Berlin’s Babylon Kino Saturday night, by means of a stairway below the stage, he appeared as might a gopher from its hole – tentative, wary, uncertain. Poppi...

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    'Rum Diary' Poster Raids The Liquor Cabinet; 'One For The Money' One Sheet Hopes You Buy Heigl

    A couple of fresh new one sheets from two films that have been sitting around waiting to be released.

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    Alicia Keys-Produced Broadway Play "Stick Fly" Finds Its Cast...

    Tony Award-winner Ruben Santiago-Hudson, Emmy nominee Dulé Hill, Mekhi Phifer, Tracie Thoms, and Condola Rashad make up the official cast of Lydia R. Diamond's play Stick Fly, which Alicia Keys is producing along with long-time Tyler Perry producer, Reuben Cannon, to be directed by Kenny Leon (The M...

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    Watch Trailer For Upcoming 70s-Set Web Series "Queen Hussy" Directed By Pete Chatmon

    Below, the first trailer for a new "raunchy" comedy webseries directed by a filmmaker I'm sure some of you folks are already familiar with, Mr Pete Chatmon (whose work we've highlighted in previous post on this site).

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    'Vamps' Poster Says "Nice Girls Suck," Belongs In Another Decade

    MTV’s Hollywood Crush debuted the poster for writer-director Amy Heckerling’s “Vamps,” which stars Alicia Silverstone, Krysten Ritter and Sigourney Weaver. Looking like a cross between the book cover of a “Twilight” knockoff and the poster for a ‘90s horror thriller like “Poison Ivy” or even “Fright...

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