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    Melissa Leo & James Badge Dale Take 'Flight' Together

    Update: Shadow & Act reveal that "Franklin & Bash" star Garcelle Beauvais has also joined the cast.

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    Kurt Russell Is Quentin Tarantino's Plan B Again, Replaces Kevin Costner In 'Django Unchained'

    And 'Kill Bill' Vet Laura Cayouette Comes On Board As WellWe hope Quentin Tarantino appreciates how reliable Kurt Russell is. The director originally cast Mickey Rourke as the psychotic Stuntman Mike in his indulgent nadir "Death Proof," but Rourke and Tarantino seemed to fall out before filming beg...

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    In Case You Didn't Know... "Luther" Season 2 Available On VOD As Well...

    For those who may not know... if you don't have cable TV, or if your cable TV provider doesn't carry BBC America, you can still watch the second season of Luther, the critically acclaimed psychological crime drama starring one Idris Elba, which premiered for stateside audiences, on September 28th.

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    Dee Rees "Pariah" Release Date Now Moved To December 28th!

    We just received notice confirming the official theatrical release date for the critically acclaimed Pariah is now December 28th.

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    Kevin Kline To Play Two Characters In Charlie Kaufman's 'Frank Or Francis'

    Charlie Kaufman -- the writer behind "Being John Malkovich," "Adaptation" and "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind" -- is no stranger to high concepts. But believe us, nothing you've seen from him before will prepare you for the absurd and musical-heavy Hollywood send up "Frank or Francis."

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    'Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters' Writer Dante Harper To Lay 'Foundation' Down For Roland Emmerich

    Believe it or not, advance word on Roland Emmerich's Shakespeare conspiracy movie "Anonymous" is actually good. We shit you not. And while the movie is a bit of a departure for the usually disaster-happy director, lately he's surrounding himself with projects that are more in line with his establish...

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    REVIEW: CARNAGE, directed by Roman Polanski

    By Josh RalskePress Play Special Contributor

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    Christopher Nolan Tops Warner Bros. Wishlist For 'The Twilight Zone'

    Michael Bay, Alfonso Cuaron & Rupert Wyatt Also In The MixSo yeah, we sort of forgot about this one, but Warner Bros. has been trying to get a reboot of "The Twilight Zone" off the ground for a while now. Way back in 2008 Rand Ravich ("The Astronaut's Wife") was hired to write the script, and then l...

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    Rockmond Dunbar Doesn't Believe In Black Hollywood And Says..."I Hate Seperatism"

    Seems actor Rockmond Dunbar had a lot to get off his chest regarding the term "black Hollywood" recently in his interview with The Urban Daily. The California native, who currently appears on Sons Anarchy, had this to say when asked... "What are your feelings on Black Hollywood and White Hollywood ...

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    In the Works: Returning to Kurelek's Maze

    Bob Young and his two sons were lured into making successive films about The Maze artist William Kurelek, reports Bill Desowitz:It's easy to get sucked into The Maze, the surreal and nightmarish Bosch-like painting that Canadian artist William Kurelek (1927-1977) created as a mental patient in England in 1953. Comprised of 17 panels, it's a naked glimpse into his troubled mind. The Maze is so powerful and dynamic, in fact, that it ensnares you more like a movie or graphic novel than a painting. No wonder award-winning director Bob Young (The Ballad of Gregorio Cortez, The Eskimo: Fight for Life) was inspired to document Kurelek's complex life...

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