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    10 Sexy 2000s Performances I Forgot

    A commenter alerted me to a few these, and over the day a few others popped into my head... It made me want to go in and do a total re-do of the list (which you can view here, and I'll admit was a bit rushed... I basically woke up this morning and spent two hours thinking "so who was sexy" before ge...

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  • THE BACK ROW MANIFESTO by Tom Hall
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    Best of the Decade: Expanding the Arena, Part V.

    Best of the Decade: Expanding the Arena, Part V.

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    Avatar Breaks $1 Billion Worldwide Mark After 17 Days

    Avatar is now the 4th-highest grossing movie of all time. It has broken $1 billion. Already.

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    Box Office: Sony Classics Has Happy New Year With "Ribbon" and "Parnassus"

    While "Avatar," "Sherlock Holmes" and "Alvin and the Chipmunks" continued to dominate overall business - grossing over $140 million between them - there was still room for some specialty fare to really flourish over the first weekend of 2010, with most posting weekend-to-weekend increases despite n...

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    Awards Votes Ahead

    Several key awards group votes are coming up in the next week. Monday Sunday brings The National Society of Film Critics, which is less influential than LA or NY, but could boost a few causes. (Awards Daily lists past winners.) The ten Producer's Guild nominees will be announced on Tuesday, January ...

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    Gaiman's Statuesque Stars Nighy

    This lovely ten-minute silent Neil Gaiman short starring Bill Nighy is up on YouTube for the moment. This gifted fantasy writer's books have not always translated to film, although Coraline did, quite well. I'd like to see what he would do with his own stuff.

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