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    First Full Trailer For "The Playboy Club" Gives Us A Little More Naturi Naughton

    We saw just a glimpse of Ms Naturi Naughton in the clip posted over the weekend; we see a little more (or less depending on your POV) of her in the series' first full preview trailer below, which clocks in at about 4 minutes.

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    Stanley Tucci & Cloris Leachman Join Colin Firth & Cameron Diaz In Caper Comedy 'Gambit'

    Plus Earth-Shattering, Game-Changing First Look At The FilmAre you a young filmmaker, slowly coming to the realization that the film you've been sweating over for months, if not years, isn't quite going to be what you hoped, even before you start filming. There's one simple solution. Cast Stanley Tu...

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    BET Wants To Reboot "Showtime At The Apollo" w/ Jamie Foxx

    BET plans to reboot Showtime At the Apollo!

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    Matt Dillon Joins Malin Akerman In Linda Lovelace Biopic 'Inferno'

    Blowjobs: the new being-the-author-of-"In Cold Blood." Last time we had two dueling biographical accounts of a figure's life, we had the two Truman Capote pictures, "Capote" and "Infamous." This time, the subject is Linda Lovelace, the tragic star of the most successful pornographic film of all tim...

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    Gaspar NoƩ May Direct Bret Easton Ellis Script 'The Golden Suicides'

    Considering the horrors that some authors get put through with film adaptations of their work, literary enfant terrible Bret Easton Ellis has been fairly lucky. "Less Than Zero" is fairly decent, while Mary Harron turned out a terrific adaptation of "American Psycho," and even "The Rules of Attracti...

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    What Does "Bridesmaids" Mean for Women - If Anything?

    Is "Bridesmaids" really a game changer for women, on both sides of the film screen? And is 2011 the year we fight more about depictions of females in film than anything else? The debate over "Sucker Punch" was interesting enough, especially once "Hanna" came in as its supposed answer -- as was to me the odd feminism of "Hall Pass" -- but now we have a comedy that should be more clearly respectful to and of women, and people are still arguing against its significance to gender politics. Because it shouldn't matter. Because angles like Rebecca Traister's claim at Salon last week that seeing the movie is a "social responsibility" for women. Yest...

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    Check Out These New Images Of Zoe Kravitz In "X-Men: First Class"

    20th Century Fox has released a bunch of new pics from X-Men: First Class. The Matthew Vaughn-directed movie will be in theaters on June 1. A few of those images above and below - notably Zoe Kravitz, who barely features in the trailer. Also, none of Edi Gathegi as Darwin.

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    The First-Ever Academy Awards Were Handed Out Today... How Have Blacks Fared Since Then?

    Today in history... May 16th, 1929... the first Academy Awards, the Oscars, were presented at Hollywood's Roosevelt Hotel; Wings won the award for Best Picture; Emil Jannings for Best Actor; and Janet Gaynor for Best Actress.

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    Nifty Teaser Posters Debut For Steven Spielberg & Peter Jackson's 'The Adventures Of Tintin'

    First Trailer To Arrive Tomorrow MorningFor one of the most eagerly anticipated films of the year, at least everywhere except the U.S, word's been strangely quiet on "The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn." Uniting blockbuster giants Steven Spielberg and Peter Jackson for the first time (the former's directing, the latter producing), on an adaptation of the massively successful graphic novel series about a Belgian boy detective, his dog Snowy, his best friend, a drunken sea captain, and the adventures they go on, we had a glimpse of a handful of images before Christmas, but little since then. We guess because the film's being re...

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    Brad Pitt On Malick's Cannes Absence: "He Focuses On Building Houses, Not Selling Real Estate"

    Plus 9 New Photos From The FilmAlright, Terrence Malick's long-awaited, long-anticipated "The Tree of Life" has landed at the Cannes Film Festival and as many of us have guessed, reactions are mixed as the experimental, more meditative-focused rather than narrative-focused picture has proven to be a...

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