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    Video: "Filmography 2010" -- The Best Movie Clip Montage of the Year

    Looking at those Golden Globe nominees this morning made me forget that 2010 was really a great year at the movies. Maybe it's because I've only seen a few of the ten Best Picture contenders and only truly loved one of them ("The King's Speech" -- clearly I'm becoming old and soft). Maybe it's becau...

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    Kelly Macdonald Presumably Final Addition To Cast Of 'Harry Potter & The Deathly Hallows Pt. 2'

    Well, she had a good run, but you can't run from the Warner Bros secret police forever. Since the passing of the 2000 Act of Parliament stating that every British-born member of Equity, the UK actor's union, had, by law, to appear in at least one Harry Potter film whether they wanted to or not, the ...

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    The 10 Most Annoying Things About The Generally Ridiculous Golden Globe Nominations

    Here are the Golden Globe nominations. And quickly, here are the 10 most annoying things about them (keeping to the film categories):

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    Do the Golden Globes Even Matter?

    Do the Golden Globes Even Matter?

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    White Rapper To Take A Punch In The Ring: Eminem To Star In 'Southpaw'

    For a while there, Eminem was going to be one of those hyphenates that threatened for EGOT status. "8 Mile" was not only a box office success but earned the multi-platinum rapper an Academy Award and critical hosannas. Bizarrely, he followed this turn with only a cameo in "Funny People," a role not ...

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    'The King's Speech' Leads The 2011 Golden Globes With 7 Nominations

    'The Social Network' & 'The Fighter' Right Behind With 6 Noms A PieceThe nominations for the 2011 Golden Globes have been announced by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, and they pretty much betray the same populist and ill-informed thinking that usually seems to mark the People magazine-frien...

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    Golden Globes Nominations Led by King's Speech, with Seven

    While The Golden Globes nominations have an impact on momentum going into the Oscar race, they are not predictive. That's partly because the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (some 80 foreign correspondents) break their categories into Drama and Comedy or Musical. Thus it becomes easy to dismiss ...

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    Helen Mirren Talks The Tempest, RED, The Debt, Shakespeare

    On Friday, I conducted a Q & A with Helen Mirren after an opening night showing of Julie Taymor's The Tempest at the Arclight. Dame Mirren earned a rousing round of applause at the packed house.

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    Charlize Theron May Join ‘Snow White Huntsman’; Tarsem Wants Julia Roberts For His Snow White'

    Michael Fassbender The Frontrunner To Play The Huntsman In Universal's Version Of ProjectHollywood loves its dueling projects racing to get to the screen first. They make for a good story, and generally who ever gets there second doesn't get there at all. See Baz Luhrmann's "Alexander The Great" pro...

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    Mila Kunis & Adam Scott In Negotiations To Join Mark Wahlberg In 'Ted'

    “Family Guy” creator Seth MacFarlane's upcoming Universal live action/animated hybrid comedy "Ted," starring Mark Wahlberg, just nabbed itself two more actors.

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