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    What? Jessica Chastain In Talks For 'Iron Man 3'

    Huh, of all people we would have never have guessed. "The Tree Of Life" star and The Playlist's Woman of 2011, Jessica Chastain is apparently is back in talks to star opposite Robert Downey Jr. in Marvel Studios' upcoming super hero flick "Iron Man 3."

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    Charlie Kaufman To Adapt The First Book In The 'Chaos Walking' Book Series 'The Knife Of Never Letting Go'

    Lionsgate are making sure they aren't caught with their pants down when "The Hunger Games" series inevitably comes to an end. Even though the first film is still in theaters, they aren't wasting any time in making sure they have another big hit franchise to keep the blockbuster mon...

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    VH1 Releases Promo Trailer For Upcoming Season 2 of "Single Ladies" (Debuting May 28)

    Time flies doesn't it? I feel like it was only recently that this series made its debut on VH1, and recall a lot of you complaining about it :)

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    Click 'Shift-X' on Tribeca's Website To Watch 'Damned'

    Not at the Tribeca Film Festival? Got a spare 10 minutes? Then go to TribecaFilm.com and click "Shift" and "X" keys to watch Richard Phelan's "Damned," an adorable animated short about an overly ambitious beaver.

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    WB Sets Release Date For Jackie Robinson Biopic Starring Chadwick Boseman, Nicole Beharie

    WB has set an official release date for 42, the Jackie Robinson biopic that Brian Helgeland and Legendary Pictures are developing.

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    Eric Bana Won't Shake His Hips In 'Elvis & Nixon'; Malin Akerman Not Sure The Linda Lovelace Biopic 'Inferno' Is Going To Happen

    THR hit the ground running at the Tribeca Film Festival, and they've been busy finding out what the stars won't be doing in the near future.

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    Tribeca Docs Paint a Too-Often Sad State of Affairs for the US

    After several decades of the Reagan-Bush-Palin-Santorum circus in town, perhaps we don't need to be reminded of how silly this country can be. But a group of documentaries at the Tribeca Film Festival are exploring this funny land in a number of ways:

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    Watch: Robert Pattinson Woos Christina Ricci In Clip 'Bel Ami' Plus New Pics From The Film & Take A Listen To The Score

    If the graphic violence, giant rats, and seizure-inducing imagery of “Cosmopolis” dissuaded you from the film's otherwise compelling look at sex and politics, then perhaps Robert Pattinson's period drama “Bel Ami” is more up your alley. A new clip and soundtrack detai...

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    Tribeca Review: 'Alekesam' Feels Less Like A Short Doc And More Like An Overlong Album Promo For Sal Masekela

    At 35 minutes, "Alekesam" is a short documentary with a subject that could probably fill a Ken Burns-style PBS miniseries, full of political unrest, social uprisings, and jazz music: Hugh Masekela, a musician and activist who fought against apartheid (he was exiled from South Africa for more than 30...

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    Did 'The Fugitive' Director Andy Davis Direct a Blaxploitation Film?

    Andy Davis, who would go on to direct "Code of Silence," "Under Seige" and the Oscar Award-winning film "The Fugitive," directed the film "Stony Island," a celebration of the R&B music coming out of Chicago's South Side. It attracted so many black audi...

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