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    Review: Ridley Scott's 'Prometheus' Offers Eye-Popping 'Alien' Origin Myth

    Ridley Scott’s return to the genre that forged his reputation as a visionary stylist arrives weighed down by expectations it was always going to struggle to match, let alone surpass. "Prometheus" contains neither the taut, visceral chills of "Alien" nor ground-breaking aesthetic of "Blade Runner" bu...

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    Gluttony, Food Sex and Centipede Meat: The Five Greatest Food Movies According to the Cooking Channel's Baron Ambrosia

    "The Culinary Adventures of Baron Ambrosia," which premieres tonight at 10pm on the Cooking Channel, isn't your typical food series -- with all respect to Adam Richman and Anthony Bourdain, when's the last time either of them faced off in a game of crab roulette with John Wate...

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    The Amazing Race: Which Films Came Out Of Cannes As Potential Oscar Contenders?

    Gosh, it feels like only yesterday we were talking about the 2011 Oscar season, with films like "The Artist," "Hugo," "The Descendants," "The Help" and "Moneyball" jostling for position in the chase for little gold statues. And that's because, well, it basically was yesterday: we're only a little ov...

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    FUTURES: The 'Moonrise Kingdom' Lovebirds, Jared Gilman and Kara Hayward

    Why There're On Our Radar: Actors Jared Gilman and Kara Hayward have mingled with the elite in Cannes; have acted alongside a number of Oscar winners; and have been directed by Wes Anderson -- all before turning 14. In "Moonrise Kingdom," Anderson's critically adored Cannes opening night film and bo...

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  • Women and Hollywood
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    Women's Film Opening - June 1, 2012

    Pink Ribbons, Inc. (doc)

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    Watch Previews Of 'Tia & Tamera' Season 2 Debut + New Series Pick-up 'Chicagolicious'

    On June 11, Style Networks's highest rated series Tia & Tamera (that's right, highest rated) will return for its second season at 8/7c.

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    Prescreen, We Hardly Knew You: What is the Future for Indie Movies Online?

    This week, eight-month-old online distributor Prescreen sent a "change of service" announcement to its subscribers. Translated: They're shutting down. The official statement is that the site successfully proved it "likely" that "the future of film discovery and dist...

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    Watch: 'Trash Humpers'-Esque Video For The Black Keys "Gold On The Ceiling" Directed By Harmony Korine

    WHERE'S MY TOOTH. WE LOVE BOOTY. WE LOVE LOOTCAKE. Lo-fi, outrageous, hilarious and totally fucked, Harmony Korine has directed the video for "Gold On The Ceiling" by The Black Keys and the results are dementedly glorious.

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    'Snow White and the Huntsman'

    If you have to deal with another version of Snow White (which I don't understand why we do) you would think that a kick-ass Snow White might be the answer to your prayers.  Not so much.  Kristen Stewart plays the princess held in the tower by the evil Queen Ravenna played by Charlize T...

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    Is Ridley Scott's Western 'The Color Of Lightning' Penned By Larry McMurtry Finally Moving Forward?

    Everything in the movie world about Ridley Scott over the past few months has been about "Prometheus," "The Counselor" or that "Blade Runner" sequel he's doing, but here's something that's thankfully about none of those things and more proof that at 74 years...

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