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    Character Actor Titus Welliver Heads To Gus Van Sant's 'The Promised Land'

    Recognize that face, but don't know his name? Don't worry, this actor is definitely one of those "hey, it's that guy" dudes. A television regular having featured on shows such as "Deadwood," "Sons Of Anarchy" and "Lost," character actor T...

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    Watch: Excellent Spanish Trailer For Tsunami-Inflicted Disaster Film 'The Impossible' Starring Ewan McGregor & Naomi Watts

    One of the best horror-esque ghost story films of the previous decade was Juan Antonio Bayona's "The Orphanage," likely because it was much more than your average, spooks-in-the-attic horror, and was a rich and emotionally textured drama just as much as it was a classic ghost...

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    Opening Night at the Nashville Film Festival: Beauty is Embarrassing

    There was no shortage of films to see on the first day of the Nashville Film Festival (NaFF), which kicked off yesterday at the Regal Green Hills Stadium in Nashville, but my opening night film choice was easy: Beauty is Embarrassing, Neil Berkeley’s refreshing and amusing documentary abo...

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    Exclusive: Former Drug Kingpin Rick Ross Biopic Updates (In Talks w/ "Scarface" Producer + Nick Cassevetes Still Directing)

    He once was one of the biggest drug dealers in American with an operation that yielded at least $600 million but since his release from prison, where he served 13 years of a 20 year sentence, Rick Ross has embarked on a new chapter in his life that includes making amends with the community he affect...

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    Guy Pearce To Play Aldrich Killian In 'Iron Man 3'

    It seems Guy Pearce is liking this whole blockbuster thing. While "Lockout" didn't quite make waves at the box office (okay, it barely made a splash) it was clear he had a ball of a time as the wisecracking lead, but now he's joining an established franchise in a role that won...

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    Michael Pitt To Produce & Star In Adaptation Of Hobo Autobiography 'You Can't Win'

    Remember Michael Pitt's big screen career? No? Well, okay, we forgive you. It seems like a distant memory since we last saw him in "Silk" and "Funny Games U.S.," and that's kinda because it really was a long time ago. A whole five years in fact. Since then Pitt has only a...

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    Watch: New 'Men In Black 3' Footage Featured In The Otherwise Intolerable Video For Pitbull's "Back In Time"

    Since "Men In Black 3" is the continuation of a franchise that started in the '90s, it's no surprise that everything about the movie so far has felt ripped right out the decade. But perhaps no aspect has been more dated (or embarrassing) than the theme song by Pitbull. Continuing a...

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    Director Of "Because I Love You" Rides To The Rescue To Defend His Film

    Regular followers of S & A will remember an item I posted a few months ago back in January (HERE) about writer and director Joseph Elmore’s film Because I Love You which is currently now in the final stages of post-production. 

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    Sierra Leonean-Canadian Filmmaker Ngardy Conteh Shares Her Story. What's Yours?

    Continuing on with the S&A tell your story feature I introduced a couple months ago... here's one from a filmmaker that I'm sure we'll be talking about in coming months/years; I'm surprised we haven't already written about her before.

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    Director Xavier Dolan Says He's Disappointed 'Laurence Anyways' Won't Be In Competition, But Still Happy To Be Headed To Cannes

    While yesterday brought good news to directors, actors, productions and distributors with the Cannes Film Festival unveiling their slate, there is one filmmaker who was a bit prickled at first. Montreal's Xavier Dolan. The 23-year-old is no stranger to the south of France, winning acclaim for hi...

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