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    First Look At 'Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter'

    Described As A Cross Between D. W. Griffith’s 'Abraham Lincoln' & F. W. Murnau’s 'Nosferatu'While filming is currently underway, it looks like 20th Century Fox is getting the press machine rolling very early on this one, granting the New York Times an early set visit.

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    First Piece Of Concept Art For Film Adaptation Of Nnedi Okorafor's "Who Fears Death"

    Check out (above) the first piece of concept art for the upcoming film adaptation of Nnedi Okorafor's third novel, Who Fears Death, which is set in an alternate, post-apocalyptic Saharan Africa, published just this year (for a larger, more detailed look at the image click HERE).

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    UK Premiere For Oswald Boateng Documentary "A Man's Story" Announced!

    There hasn't been much news on this film since our last post on this, in December 2010. As far as I know, the sales and production team behind it are negotiating release deals and dates, so it really hasn't screened very much since its worldwide debut at the Abu Dhabi Film Festival last October.

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    Happy Mother's Day

    To the mother of all mothers:

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    Check Out The 1st Poster For Zoe Saldana's Revenge Thriller "Colombiana"

    Last week, Europa Corp released the first trailer for the upcoming Zoe Saldana revenge thriller, Colombiana; The yet-to-be-rated revenge actioner about a young woman who grows up to be a stone-cold assassin, after witnessing the murder of her parents in Bogota, is produced by Luc Besson, with Olivie...

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    Trailer Watch: Columbiana

    In this film Zoe Saldana kicks some serious ass. At least its not only the teens who are playing the action stars. The film opens in September

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    Watch: Laser Eye Surgery & Acupuncture Are The Latest Ways To Die In Trailer For '5nal Destination'

    Yeah, yeah we know New Line changed their minds about calling this "5nal Destination" and are going with the much more safe "Final Destination 5" but it still makes us giggle and for the purposes of the character limit in the headline, it will work.

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    Oppressed Iranian Filmmakers Jafar Panahi & Mohammad Rasoulof To Debut New Work At Cannes

    2011 so far has been an extraordinary, tumultuous time in the Middle East. From the protests in Egypt that swept across the region, to the death last week of Osama Bin Laden, the floodgates seem to be opening for real change in a way reminiscent of the fall of the Berlin Wall. It's set to be a messi...

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    F. Gary Gray To Direct Adaptation Of Graphic Novel "The Last Days Of American Crime"

    He hasn't been behind the camera since 2009's Law Abiding Citizen; since then he's been attached to a Marvin Gaye biopic, and the film adaptation of the video game titled Kane & Lynch, which was/is to star Jamie Foxx and Bruce Willis; though nothing has happened on either front.

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    Watch: New Clip From Cannes Entry 'This Must Be The Place' With Sean Penn & Frances McDormand

    If you hadn't already clocked it, the 2011 Cannes Film Festival kicks off on Wednesday night, and every day it gets closer we get more excited by the cinematic riches on the way. Our man's packing his bags for the Croisette as we speak, but the rest of us are making do with the clips and images that have started to leak out. The last few days have seen footage from Nicolas Winding Refn's "Drive" and Pedro Almodovar's "The Skin That I Live In" hit the interwebs, both looking extremely promising, and the weekend brought some video from one more of the starrier offering that'll be lighting up the South of France this year: Paolo Sorrentino's "Th...

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