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    The Doc Option: Instead of "W.E." Watch "A King's Story"

    You may not be looking forward to Madonna's new directorial effort, "W.E.," which is supposedly quite terrible. Or, if you are interested, it's actually to see the train wreck -- what Daniel Walber excitedly called "marvelously wretched," "perhaps the most hilariousl...

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    SLIDE SHOW: Secret agenda: 20 classic spy movies

    There’s one big problem with compiling a list of great spy movies: How exactly do you define a “spy movie”? Do the spies have to be employed by a government agency? Does the action have to be international, or can it be domestic, even local? Do the characters have to engage in deception and/or infor...

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    Zimmer, Williams to Music Supervise 84th Academy Awards

    Oscar-winning composer Has Zimmer and songwriter/producer Pharrell Williams will be the music consultants for next year's 84th Academy Awards. It will be the first time working on the awards show for both musicians.

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    Alexandre Aja Tapped To Direct Joe Hill's Supernatural Horror Story 'Horns'

    Imagine waking up one day with a pair of curved horns sticking out of your forehead. That is the predicament that Ig Perrish, the protagonist of Joe Hill's wonderfully contemplative horror novel "Horns," and if there's one filmmaker we would love to see that image brought to the sc...

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    'The Evil Dead' Remake Will Scare Up Multiplexes On April 12, 2013; Will Apparently Be Like 'The Shining' Meets 'Hellraiser'

    Nothing says scary like Halloween spring? Well, away from the usual logjam of horror schlock that fills up the mulitplexes every October, Sony is hoping people will be in the mood to get scared, as Blood Digusting report they're gonna drop the movie in theaters on April 12, 2013.

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    Guy Ritchie Takes Over 'The Man From U.N.C.L.E.'

    After being rumored/offered a handful of projects this year, ranging from "Cannonball Run," "300: Battle Of Artemesia" and "Excalibur" (which wound up falling apart anyway once Warner Bros. moved ahead with "Arthur & Lancelot"), it looks like the WB has fo...

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    BRAAAM & Beats: Hans Zimmer & Pharrell Williams Are Music Consultants For The Oscars

    Damn son, the Oscars are going to get some serious swagger.

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    David Gordon Green “Embraces The Cliches” Of Mainstream Comedy; Says ‘The Sitter’ DVD Will Have Some Wild, Dark & Absurd Extras

    David Gordon Green is the rare (or odd-duck) director that has a preternatural understanding of both the poetic and the absurd. While his career is a head-scratcher to most, the first gift is clearly expressed in his early indie films (especially his Criterion-approved debut "George Washington&...

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    Preview 2010 B3 FeatureLabs Project "Gauguin's Lover"

    Hmm... curious about this one.

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    Exclusive: Woody Harrelson's Bad Boy Cop Called A "Classic Racist" In Clip From 'Rampart'

    Featuring a sun stroked Los Angeles, boiling in the midst of various LAPD scandals that are sweeping the city, and led by a towering performance by Woody Harrelson, Oren Moverman's "Rampart" is a riveting portrait of a city and of one man trying to keep his head above water. But Date R...

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