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    RIP Bubba Smith

    RIP Charles Aaron "Bubba" Smith, the former NFL All-Pro player turned actor, whom most will likely remember as Moses Hightower in the Police Academy movie series, a role he has reprised in all but one of the Police Academy sequels (7 in total with one due next year).

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    Commercial Helmer Michael Gracey To Direct Disney's Snow White Film 'The Order Of The Seven'

    Film Unsurprisingly Now Pretending Not To Be A Snow White FilmDisney has been developing their kung-fu take on "Snow White and the Seven Dwarves" for nearly a decade now, with names like Michael Chabon, Natalie Portman and Francis Lawrence coming and going at various points, but their thunder looked to have been stolen in the last year or so by two more traditional takes on the fairy tale, which will go head to head at the box office next year: Tarsem's currently untitled comic take, which stars Lily Collins as the fairest in all the land and Julia Roberts as the wicked queen, and Universal's more action-heavy "Snow White and the Huntsman," w...

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    "Flame In The Streets" Coming Out On DVD Sept. 20

    I wrote about this 1961 British film exactly a year ago, July 2010, on the old S & A website, and now it's been announced that it's coming out for the first time on DVD on Sept. 20, through VCI Entertainment (in it's original 2:35 Scope aspect ratio). I thought I would go back and repost what I said...

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    Steve Mcqueen's "Shame" Gets a January 13th Release Date in the UK!

    Steve McQueen's sex addiction drama Shame, has an official UK release date of January 13, 2012, according to an Empire Online exclusive report.

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    Watch: Raucous Trailer for Festival Staple "Shut Up Little Man!"

    Matthew Bate's raucous documentary "Shut Up Little Man!," has been making the festival rounds since premiering at Sundance this year and begins hitting theaters starting August 26, courtesy of Tribeca Film. For those who didn't get to catch it at True/False, New Directors/New Films, or the countless...

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    Producer Eli Roth Dishes On RZA's "The Man With The Iron Fist"

    Been awhile since there's been any news about this project - RZA's feature directorial debut, The Man With The Iron Fist. Principal photography ended earlier this year, but we haven't seen anything of it; no stills, no clips, no nothing. So, as of right now, I don't think anyone knows what this baby...

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    Kenneth Lonergan's Long-Awaited 'Margaret' With Matt Damon & Anna Paquin Hits September 30th

    Ten years after the tragic events of 9/11, that also serves as the backdrop to the film, Kenneth Lonergan's long-awaited and forever delayed "Margaret" will finally hit theaters on September 30th, according to Exhibitor Relations.

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    Broomfield's Sarah Palin Expose You Betcha! Goes to Content Film, Toronto

    Going on a quest for the "real" Sarah Palin sounds like setting out in pursuit of the Holy Grail—it's something that's guaranteed to be hard to find, if it exists at all. But Brit documentary filmmaker Nick Broomfield tried to do just that in his drolly titled Sarah Palin: You Betcha!, which Conten...

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    Watch: Button-Pushing Clip From Nick Broomfield's Documentary 'Sarah Palin - You Betcha!'

    No, you're not confused, a Sarah Palin documentary is already making its way around the country, the hagiographic, softball portrait "The Undefeated," a grassroots sensation -- or so the producers want you to believe -- though in actuality, no one really cares all that much. Nevertheless, despite what you may think of her, it's undeniable that Palin is an intriguing political figure, someone who has managed to rally a huge group of followers who do have some impact on the discourse of the nation, no matter how misinformed and ridiculous that discourse is. And while "The Undefeated" is being pitched right to her core, controversial filmmaker N...

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    Watch Trailer For Award-Winning Race Identity Doc "Colour Me"

    Here's the trailer for Colour Me, a documentary examining the way we define race. It screened at this year's San Francisco Black Film Festival and won the "Bronze Palm Award" at the 2011 Mexico International Film Festival.

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