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    Reality Check: The LA Hustle vs. The NY Grind (One Country; Two Worlds)

    While technology now makes it possible to reach out to just about anyone, anywhere on this planet in record time, those who have showbiz ambitions realize that sooner or later, they’ll have to pay a visit – if not make a permanent move – to one of the two centers of that unive...

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    Here's Your First Look At "Ghetto Court" With Eric B.

    So if you will recall, a few weeks ago I posted an item about this new syndicated TV court show Ghetto Court, with hip-hop legend Eric B as the judge. (You can read that post HERE)

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    This Week on Criticwire: Protecting Cabins and Anticipating Action

    Before the weeks-long discussion embargo on "The Cabin in the Woods" was slowly lifted yesterday, Criticwire pondered some of the issues surrounding any conversations about the plot of the film. Additionally, the ongoing debate about digital vs. film, the ever-present lamentation of the...

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  • The Playlist
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    Watch: 3 Videos For Paul McCartney's "My Valentine" Featuring Johnny Depp & Natalie Portman, Lensed By Wally Pfister

    So, if you happen to be Paul McCartney, you can pretty much get anybody you want for whatever project you're working on. And with a new album out now, the former Beatle rounded up mega-watt stars Johnny Depp and Natalie Portman to star in the three different videos for the lead single. And if th...

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  • Thompson on Hollywood
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    Best of TOH Week That Was: In the Works, Fests, Interviews, Tarantino Updates, and Woody Allen Comes Home

    Weekend movie guide: We recommend "The Cabin in the Woods" (our review here) and "The Lady" (Weekend Preview). For something more retro, Immersed in Movies reviews the restored "Two for the Road" (which will debut at TCM Classic Film Fest). For a thoughtful Foreign Oscar nominee, try "Monsieur Lazh...

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  • The Playlist
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    Gritty Poster & 4 New Images From 'Rust And Bone' Starring Marion Cotillard & Matthias Schoenaerts

    Things are not looking good for Marion Cotillard. Set to lose a limb in "Rust And Bone," it seems even before that tragic mishap, she endures a bloody nose and lord knows what other emotional traumas in Jacques Audiard's promising "Rust And Bone." A new poster and a few more ...

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    First Look: Paul Dano & Zoe Kazan In Jonathan Dayton & Valerie Faris' 'Ruby Sparks'

    It's been six years since husband and wife filmmaking duo Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris directed their critical acclaimed indie dramedy "Little Miss Sunshine" which was nominated for four Oscars including Best Picture that year. Their Academy plaudits got them juice, but several pr...

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    First Look: The Trio Of Bondurant Brothers In John Hillcoat's 'Lawless'

    While we've seen photos of Tom Hardy solo and Shia LaBeouf and Hardy together, now we've finally got our first look at the three brothers who star in John Hillcoat's prohibition-era gangster drama "Lawless," formerly known as "The Wettest County" courtesy of Entertain...

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    Salli Richardson-Whitfield No Longer Co-Starring in NBC Pilot "Downwardly Mobile"

    Salli Richardson-Whitfield No Longer Co-Starring in NBC Pilot "Downwardly Mobile"

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    Meet the 2012 Tribeca Filmmakers #25: 'Room 514' Director Sharon Bar-Ziv

    As director Sharon Bar-Ziv tells it, it's not easy to find an empowered female character in the world of Israeli film. Bar-Ziv is attempting to rectify that with his film "Room 514," which is set within a "patriarchal military world." Bar-Ziv notes that the fact he is a man made the process all th...

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