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    In Case You Had Any Doubt, 'Shame' Is Officially Rated NC-17

    Ever since the film first unspooled at the Venice Film Festival, the big question surrounding Steve McQueen's "Shame" was who would decide to take on the risky, explicit film about sex addiction that due to its graphic content was headed for an NC-17 rating. As those who have seen it already know, the picture is a finely honed and paced piece of work and it's difficult to know what McQueen could cut to secure a much more box office and marketing friendly R-rating, but he put the ball back in the distributor's court. If anyone decided to take on the movie, they would have to take "Shame" as is. Well, the always adventurous Fox Searchlight step...

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    Contest Giveaway: Copies Of The Biography 'Steve McQueen' By Marc Eliot

    No, we're not talking about the latest filmmaking sensation from Britain, but instead about American acting legend Steve McQueen, and while you might be busy devouring another hot biography about a certain recently deceased tech icon, we think you should probably make room for this one.

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    Kerry Washington Confirmed As Broomhilda In Quentin Tarantino's 'Django Unchained'

    After a raft of casting that has seen pretty much every role big and small get filled, the one big question mark remaining for Quentin Tarantino's "Django Unchained" was who would take on the part of Broomhilda, the lead character's slave wife who is sold off and raped, setting Django on his mission...

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    "Shame" Branded with NC-17; Will Distributor Embrace Rating?

    "Shame" Branded with NC-17; Will Distributor Embrace Rating?

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    Grace Kelly To Get 'The King's Speech' Treatment In Upcoming Film

    While we’re still unclear about which war Grace Kelly ended, producer Pierre-Ange Le Pogam is moving ahead with a “The King’s Speech”-esque “not-a-biopic” biopic about the Oscar-winning actress-turned-Princess of Monaco. The movie will focus on the six-month period in 1962 when the city-state of Mon...

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    Luc Besson Producing English Language Remake Of 'District 13' Titled 'Brick Mansions'

    With the American Film Market just around the corner, producers and filmmakers are going to be looking to get financing together and distribution deals in place for their projects, and noted French filmmaker Luc Besson is wasting little time by using his production company EuropaCorp’s AFM mailout t...

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    Watch: Robert Pattinson Gets Kristen Stewart In The Mood For Some Lovin' In 'Breaking Dawn' Clip

    "If this beautiful, expensive home in Brazil is a rockin' with vampire/virgin sex, don't come a-knockin'." That will be the sign Edward puts on the door when he escapes to South America with Bella for their honeymoon in "Twilight: Breaking Dawn," and ever the gentleman, he's going to at least carry ...

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    The Education of Dee Dee Ricks Premieres on HBO Tomorrow Night

    When we first meet Dee Dee Ricks she is newly diagnosed with breast cancer. While breast cancer sucks for everyone who has it, in the grander scheme of things, Dee Dee was lucky. She had lots of money as a consultant to hedge funds, she had great insurance, she was able to get some great health ca...

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    McG To Direct David Guggenheim Penned Thriller 'Puzzle Palace'

    With the cinematic visionary McG having already tackled a TV adaptation (the "Charlie's Angels" movies), a weepy sports drama ("We Are Marshall"), an unnecessary sequel ("Terminator Salvation"), and right around the corner, a romantic action/comedy ("This Means War") it looks like the man with three...

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    “The First Grader” Wins At World Soundtrack Academy Awards; Gets UK DVD Release

    The Justin Chadwick directed, The First Grader, starring Naomie Harris, is a film that has been covered a good deal on this site. At the World Soundtrack Academy Awards this past weekend, music composer Alex Heffes took home the Discovery of The Year award for his work on the film.

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