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    U.S. Army Closes Afghanistan Outpost Restrepo

    The U.S. Army has finally closed the remote Afghanistan Restrepo outpost in the deadly Korangal Valley, where some 42 American service men have died. Named after a soldier who died in Afghanistan, the post was the setting for Sebastian Junger and Tim Hetherington's unforgettable documentary Restrepo...

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    Gentleman Reg's Cover/Video Remake of Stevie Nicks' "Wild Heart"

    Gentleman Reg's Cover/Video Remake of Stevie Nicks' "Wild Heart"

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    Tribeca '10 | Haunting Love on the Lam: Park Chan-ok's "Paju" (World Narrative Competition)

    In Korean director Park Chan-ok's Tribeca Narrative Competition feature, "Paju," conflict and love are confronted in an urban exile.

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    Casting Tilda's World

    HBO seems to be in late-stage talks with Diane Keaton for Bill Condon and Cynthia Mort's show Tilda, inspired by Hollywood bloggers like Nikki Finke.

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    Whedon to Direct Marvel's The Avengers

    If Marvel closes with Joss Whedon to direct The Avengers, I applaud them for yet again taking a daring direction that most studio chiefs would not be willing to stake their jobs on.

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    Steven Seagal Sued For Having Sex Slaves?

    Steven Seagal Sued For Having Sex Slaves?

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    Knight and Day: Cruise, Diaz Clip

    The TV spots for high-octane action comedy Knight and Day inspired me to tweet: "Knight and day with cruise and diaz looks cheesy. Even with top dollar vfx."

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    Tribeca: Exclusive Monogamy Preview

    Forget celebrity bad boys like Eliot Spitzer, Tiki Barber, Jesse James and Tiger Woods. Fidelity in everyday relationships seems to be a hot topic in films these days, from Date Night to micro-indies like Breaking Upwards and The Freebie. Add Dana Adam Shapiro's feature directing debut Monogamy to t...

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    "Polytechnique" Sweeps Controversially "Mother"-Less Canadian Film Awards

    With a staggering nine awards, Denis Villeneuve's "Polytechnique" swept The Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television's controversial 30th annual Genie Awards, held on Toronto's waterfront Monday night. The Quebecois filmmaker's dramatization of the 1989 Montreal Massacre - where several female engine...

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