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    Watch: Trailer For Mark Romanek's Canceled TV Pilot 'Locke & Key'

    Well, with so many directors dipping their toes in the water of television, not everything is going to make it, and unfortunately for Mark Romanek's "Locke & Key," the pilot episode of the mooted gothic horror/drama never even got to air. Those lucky enough to be in San Diego in July for Comic-Con w...

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    Review - "Colombiana" (Well... It's Better Than "Transporter 3")

    Reposting my review since the movie officially opens today, and all the discussion that follows in the comment section. Feel free to jump in...

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    Today's Birthdays - 8/26/11 (Evan Ross and Keke Palmer)

    Evan Ross welcomes 23 today. His list of film credits include ATL, Life Support, Pride, Life Is Hot In Cracktown, Moozlum, Case 219 and 96 Minutes in which he won the Breakthrough Performance Award at the 2011 SXSW Film Festival. The Family Tree, a comedic indie flick he also appears in, will hit ...

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    Holly Robinson-Peete's Replacement On "The Talk" Is...

    Last week we announced here on S & A that CBS was not renewing Holly Robinson-Peete's contract on their daytime gabfest The Talk. (That article, by the way, was literally stolen verbatim word-for-word by other gossip websites. Not that I'm complaining. That goes with the internet territory) However,...

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    Keira Knightley's 'London Boulevard' & Julia Roberts' 'Fireflies In The Garden' Get Fall Dates

    Update: Yahoo have the new trailer for the film which seems to pretend Hayden Panettiere isn't in the movie anymore.

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    Graham Leggat. Farewell, Pal.

    The passing of Graham Leggat yesterday is not just a loss for his family, friends and the city of San Francisco. Graham's death at the young age of 51 is a blow to the burgeoning art house cinema movement in this country.

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    Oscar Talk: From The Help, Rise of the Apes and Woody to the Fall Fest Circuit and Beyond

    Oscar Talk is back. The first podcast of the fall season with In Contention's Kris Tapley runs for a good hour, so gird your loins, Oscar mavens, listen and weep. We cover the Cannes films, the summer releases, the Fall Festival entries and the end-of-year possibilities. We talk Meryl and Glenn and ...

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    Trailers For Short Film "Brotherly Love" & Web Series "The One Percent" (Reader Submitted)

    Here's is the trailer for intensely dramatic short film Brotherly Love by Brooklyn born actor and now L.A. based filmmaker, Choice Skinner, who's also a devoted S & A reader and regular commenter. No I won't reveal the name he posts his comments under, but be assured it's not CareyCarey.

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    Is An Art-Form Racist Or Is The Person Who Uses An Art-Form To Communicate A Racist Idea Racist?

    The Realist Tendency in African-American Film Aesthetics: Part two (CLICK HERE for Part one)

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    Brit Marling, Jessica Chastain, Olivia Wilde, Noomi Rapace & Olga Kurylenko Testing For 'Oblivion'

    Film Now Titled 'Horizon'Throughout all the negative PR of the last few years, Tom Cruise remains undeterred, awesomely acting as if he is still Hollywood's biggest star. After the somewhat-dicey "Mission: Impossible -- Ghost Protocol" this holiday season, he's got a no-fail supporting role in "Rock Of Ages" followed by crime picture "One Shot" arriving in 2013, a pretty decent slate for a guy some audiences still consider toxic. After that, Cruise is going big, returning to the genre that served him well in "War Of The Worlds" and "Vanilla Sky" with Joseph Kosinki's "Horizon," formerly titled "Oblivion," and its currently casting two lovely ...

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