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    How the Changing Visual Style of This Season of 'Mad Men' Reflects Its Characters' Uncertainty About What's to Come

    It’s been a busy season at Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce (R.I.P.), full of new arrivals, rites of passage, abrupt departures (professional and corporeal), divorces, fistfights, acid trips and assignations. And the tumultuous events taking place on the surface have been mirrored by changes benea...

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    Cast Changes Among Other Things In Store For VH1's 'Basketball Wives'

    It's the show that everyone loves to hate, but just can't turn away from. Like a bloody, bad car wreck on the highway. You don't want watch to watch but you can't help yourself.

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    'The Hobbit,' 'Man Of Steel,' 'Oz,' & 'Pacific Rim' Expected For Comic-Con But No 'Dark Knight Rises' Or 'Star Trek 2'

    Have you booked your tickets and hotel room yet for the San Diego Comic-Con? No? Well, you're probably shit out of luck as that thing has been sold out for a while now. So whether you'll be on the floor basking in geek heaven or sitting enviously at home, here's what can be expected at t...

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    Spooks in a Mirror: Notes For A Revolution In African-American Filmmaking (Part 4)

    One of the most sorrowful truths of the post-Civil Rights era is that we as African-Americans treat ourselves worse than many racists of another color would do.  From our children to the elderly, from our brightest to our downtrodden, the crime statistics bear witness to the fact that we f...

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    Project of the Day: Zombie Camp

    Here's your daily dose of an indie film in progress; at the end of the week, you'll have the chance to vote for your favorite.

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    We've Read It! Thoughts On Lee Daniels' 'The Butler' Script

    I was fortunate once again (see my write-up on Steve McQueen 12 Years A Slave script HERE) to have the opportunity to read the script for the Lee Daniels’ highly-anticipated period drama The Butler (a September 2011 draft).

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    Watch: A Preview of Louis C.K.'s Commentary From the 'Louie' Season Two DVD

    While Louis C.K.'s brilliant (you know it's true) half-hour sorta-comedy "Louie" doesn't return for its third season on FX until June 28th, season two of the series comes out on DVD next week on June 19th. Below is a preview of the comedian's commentary track running over a...

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    Exclusive New Pics From 'Beasts Of The Southern Wild'

    We've already sung the praises of Behn Zeitlin’s feature film debut, Beasts Of The Southern Wild, which recently picked up the FIPRESCI prize and the coveted Camera d'Or, at the Cannes Film Festival last month.

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    Exclusive: Rob Lowe, Cheyenne Jackson & Boyd Holbrook Join Steven Soderbergh's 'Behind The Candelabra'

    Steven Soderbergh has been never less than adventurous over his career, and so there is something quite fitting about the director taking on the story of the popular and flamboyant performer Liberace for his final film before he steps away from the movie world and into a hiatus. Michael Douglas and ...

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    First Look At Zoe Saldana in 70's Set Crime Drama "Blood Ties"

    Here is your first look at Zoe Saldana in the set of the crime drama Blood Ties, filming last week in Harlem, New York. Directed by Guillame Canet (Tell No One), the 1970-set ensemble film stars Clive Owen, Billy Crudup (pictured), Marion Cotillard, Mila Kunis, James Ca...

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