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    Taraji P. Henson & Michael Ealy Join Starring Cast Of "Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man" Adaptation

    Taraji P. Henson and Michael Ealy have joined the cast of the Will Packer-produced big-screen adaptation of Steve Harvey's best-seller Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man, which Tim Story is attached to direct.

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    Jim Cameron Honors Centenary Of Loss Of 1,517 Souls By Re-Releasing 'Titanic' In 3D On April 6, 2012

    After a dozen years as the top-grossing film of all time, a seemingly once-in-a-generation phenomenon, James Cameron's action-heavy period romance "Titanic" was finally unseated from its position as the biggest grossing film of all time by... James Cameron's action-heavy futuristic romance, "Avatar," which topped the earlier film's seemingly unbeatable $1,800,000,000 haul by nearly a billion dollars. But with "Avatar 2" not expected in theaters until 2015, the director has to find some way of keeping his coffers topped up (transplanting yourself into a Na'vi doesn't come cheap, you know), so he's going back to his number two film to give it t...

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    Stephen Fry To Play The Master of Laketown In 'The Hobbit'

    "The Hobbit" has been filming for over a month now -- indeed, the film's Bilbo Baggins, Martin Freeman, has finished his first block of shooting, and departed back to the U.K. to film the second season of "Sherlock." But that doesn't mean that the casting process has wrapped up -- not entirely surpr...

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    Cannes Report | Here's the Top Five Contenders For the Palme D'Or So Far

    By now, everyone must be wondering just what Robert De Niro makes of all this.

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    Get Ready for the Women's World Cup

    ESPN will debut a documentary series on June 25 to coincide with the beginning of the Women's World Cup soccer tournament in Germany.

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    Warp Developing 2 Paddy Considine Projects, Plus Films By Chapman Brothers, Matthew Holness & More

    In a dark and uncertain time for the British film industry, Warp Films is becoming one of the most interesting outlets around. The big-screen offshoot of legendary dance label Warp Records, the home of Aphex Twin, Boards of Canada, Grizzly Bear and Maximo Park, among others, the company has already ...

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    Robert Rodriguez Calls 'Deadpool' Directorial Rumors Overblown & "Bizarre"

    A cautionary tale and here's why the offer story is dangerous (and not something we love, but something we recognize is part of the game these days). Back in the day we were the first to report that Robert Rodriguez had been offered "Deadpool," the "X-Men Origins: Wolverine," spin-off starring Ryan ...

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    Why Lars Von Trier Doesn't Offend Us Jews.

    Why Lars Von Trier Doesn't Offend Us Jews.

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    Cannes Review: Lars Von Trier Confronts Depression Head On In The Grim 'Melancholia'

    Two years after Lars Von Trier caused a major stir at Cannes with his contentious "Antichrist," the enfant terrible returns to the Croisette in a much more subdued mood with "Melancholia." Despite the premise, which sounds tailor-made for Von Trier to provoke and prod his audience, the film is easil...

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    Todd Phillips Said A Planned 'The Hangover Part III' Would End The Franchise

    Also Defends Rehashing Original Film's Story: "Since When Have Comedies Been About Plot?""Bridesmaids" might have captured the nation's hearts and minds for the moment, taking in a surprising hefty box-office take over the weekend, but next week brings what's all-but-certain to be the biggest comedy...

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