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    Watch: New Trailer For 'Battle: Los Angeles' Kind Of Rules

    Once upon a time, there was a belief that big event movies could only be released in the summer months, or, for more family-related fare, in the few weeks between Thanksgiving and Christmas. Things have changed in recent years, with the likes of "Alice in Wonderland," "300" and "Clash of the Titans"...

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    Blake Lively, Jennifer Lawrence & Emma Watson Frontrunners To Join Taylor Lautner In 'Incarceron'

    Lautner Also Attached To 'Bourne'-Esque Spy Vehicle With filming now underway on the final "Twilight" movie, the two-part werewolf-falls-in-love-with-a-baby extravaganza that is "Breaking Dawn," the franchise's three leads are starting to look to their careers beyond the confines of Forks, Washingto...

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    Green Hornet Early Reviews Are Mixed

    The early reviews are in on Michel Gondry and Seth Rogen's Green Hornet and they're all over the place.

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    Confirmed: Lena Headey To Play Villain In 'Dredd'

    In a year full of dubious-looking comic-book adaptations ("Thor," "Captain America," "X-Men: First Class" and, most of all, "Green Lantern"), there's one property that looks a little more promising: Lionsgate and DNA Films' "Dredd." An adaptation of the semi-fascist, "Dirty Harry"-inspired future co...

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    Aronofsky vs. White at the New York Film Critics Awards

    EW critic Lisa Schwarzbaum does a swell job of putting what happened Monday night at the New York Film Critics awards in perspective.

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    Lionsgate's Pantelion Films To Release Diego Luna's Feature Film Debut 'Abel'

    Finally, someone has grabbed up actor Diego Luna’s directorial debut “Abel.” Pantelion Films of Lionsgate announced today that they will be distributing the Spanish-language film in partnership with Grupo Televisa, a Mexican media company.

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    Africa in Film: African Screens

    The best blog on African films might be African Screens . African Screens is an Online Magazine run by two editors - Chinaka Iwunze and Don Omope.

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    Armond White Plays Host at the New York Film Critics Circle Awards

    New York Film Critics Circle Awards chairman Armond White cut a dapper figure as the evening’s host on Monday night, but he was also something of a jerk at his own show.

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    Terry Gilliam Casts Unknowns In His Short Film 'The Wholly Family'

    Shooting started this week on Terry Gilliam's mysterious short "The Wholly Family" (which may be changing titles before all is said and done) and the cast for the film has been revealed: don't worry if you never heard of them.

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    The Clock

    Judy Garland’s first non-musical role as an adult was in the second picture in a row directed by Vincente Minnelli (after their popular turn-of-the-century color musical Meet Me in St. Louis), and was released the same year he became her second husband, about twelve months before their daughter Liza...

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