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    Jack & Gwen Meet Jack & Chloe (Sort Of) In Smashing Torchwood: Miracle Day - Rendition

    David Chute reviews the second installment of the BBC/Starz SF mini-series Torchwood: Miracle Day. Even better than the first, episode two set a much faster pace, hop-scotching between subplots unfolding simultaneously on two continents and on a trans-Atlantic airliner jetting between them.

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    A "Dashing" Single Lady! (Fashion-in-Film Review)

    Hi S&A Readers! Today we have a special treat for the fashionably inclined out there! Joining us today is guest blogger, Jade; she's a twenty-something fashion writer from Las Vegas, Nevada. Now and in the future, she will be sharing news and commentary on various aspects of style and design in the ...

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    Aline Brosh McKenna To Adapt Graphic Novel 'Rust' For 20th Century Fox

    There are quite a few screenwriters that we here at The Playlist think are incredibly overrated. Someone like Allan Loeb ("21," "The Switch") comes to mind, but Aline Brosh McKenna wouldn't be far behind him. She's a rom-com writing star, penning films like "27 Dresses" and "Morning Glory," though s...

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    Booked: Tom Cruise Will Reteam With Christopher McQuarrie For Jack Reacher Thriller ‘One Shot’

    One month ago, reports surfaced that one of the many projects Tom Cruise had on his desk was an adaptation of one of author Lee Child's Jack Reacher thrillers, "One Shot," with Christopher McQuarrie attached to write and direct. Well, it's now all signed, sealed and delivered.

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    Watch Accalimed Canadian Drama Feature "Nurse.Fighter.Boy" In Full For FREE Now!

    The film is called Nurse.Fighter.Boy, directed by Canadian Charles Officer.

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    Watch Trailer For "The Black Terminator" (Forgotten Classics... Or Something)

    Not to be confused with the Jim Kelly film, which was originally called Black Samurai. It's Saturday... relax and unwind :)

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    Sean Bean To Bring Awesomeness To Untitled 'Snow White' Project

    "Snow White and the Huntsmen" seems to have all the buzz, adding multiple actors as the dwarves in separate announcements over the past few days. By increasing the film's pre-production profile, the picture vaulted over the surprisingly buzzless untitled "Snow White" film currently shooting under director Tarsem Singh, and slated for a release almost three months earlier. While the film boasts Julia Roberts as the wicked queen menacing Lily Collins as our heroine, Armie Hammer as the dashing Prince Alcott and Nathan Lane as the oh god stop right there you're sold on Lane. Fortunately, it does appear that the Singh project will have that extra...

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    "Kirikou" Director Shoots 3rd Film in West African Folk Tale Franchise

    Missed this when it was first announced in the spring, but France's Michel Ocelot is currently working on his next animated feature, Kirikou et les hommes et les femmes (Kirikou and Men and Women).

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    Trailer For "The Bachelor Party" With Lamann Rucker

    O.K. so here we go again. Here's another trailer for an upcoming straight-to-DVD release (Sept 20) of a stage play. Though it's a short trailer, there's no need to go into the plot. The trailer pretty much explains itself.

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    Guest Post: Joke and Biagio "How to Build an Emotional Connection with Your Audience"

    Posts about how to use crowdfunding effectively have become a bit of mainstay in the indie film blogosphere. But that doesn't make them any less crucial. Crowdfunding has become the most-talked about new tool in a filmmaker's arsenal for getting your movie financed. It's an intimidating commitment, particularly if you want to do it well. Luckily we all have a community to turn to, a community that has been very generous with their shared knowledge. Joke and Biagio, a husband & wife filmmaking team, collected their favorite & most helpful crowdfunding posts recently -- and having included a post from this site SPRANG to my attention. The...

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