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    Popular UK Series "Misfits" Now On Hulu

    Seems like all the good shows worthy of viewing these days come from Great Britain. Adding to that growing list is the popular series the Misfits.

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    Watch: Daniel Craig Seems To Be Losing His Mind In Trailer For 'Dream House'

    Poor Jim Sheridan, we love the dude, but he seems to have fallen on a run of weird, wacky luck. The director followed up his beautiful and brave "In America" somewhat inexplicably with the 50 Cent thingy "Get Rich Or Die Tryin'." He seemed to return back to fare worth his talent with "Brothers," the remake of the Susanne Bier film, but the film was delayed and when it finally landed in theaters both critics and audiences shrugged off the war drama. A bit unfair really, since it was a very strong film with excellent performances all around by Tobey Maguire, Jake Gyllenhaal and Natalie Portman with a breakthrough turn by Bailee Madison. But She...

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    Watch The $10 Million Opening Sequence That Was Cut From "Superman Returns"

    I wasn't at all a fan of Bryan Singer's 2006 film of the superhero; would my lack of appreciation for it have been positively influenced if this 5 1/2-minute intro sequence from the extras on the recently-released Superman anthology Blu-ray, wasn't left on the cutting room floor? Uh... no. And it co...

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    Review: 'Captain America' Swells With Patriotic Pride & Delivers An Old School Superhero Adventure

    Well-paced, classical in nature, and featuring a completely different setting -- the 1940s during WWII which makes it a big tonal departure from other Marvel Films -- "Captain America: The First Avenger," is a relatively muscular and sturdy super-hero tale which is sometimes facile, but effective en...

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    Silent Films Soar In San Francisco

    Rare films from around the globe, featuring everyone from Marlene Dietrich to Walt Disney’s earliest animated characters, marked the 16th annual San Francisco Silent Film Festival this past weekend…along with the announcement of the Festival’s plans to screen Abel Gance&rs...

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    ‘Marie Antoinette’ Producer Ross Katz To Direct Assassin Thriller 'Brotherhood Of The Rose'

    Ross Katz certainly has good taste and knows good material when he see it. As a producer he's been behind "Marie Antoinette," "Lost in Translation," and "In the Bedroom" and being around those sets and that talent seemed to have been a help when in 2009, Katz made his feature directorial debut with ...

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    It's NOT About Art: The Film Industry Is About People Keeping Their Jobs

    Avenue Q reminded us: The internet is for downloading porn. Well, do you need me to remind you that the film industry is for keeping the few jobs in film development, production, sales, marketing & distribution that still remain?

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    Media Watch: Murdoch Escapes From Parliament, Catapulted Pie

    In nearly three hours of intense interrogation by the British Parliament, Rupert Murdoch still refused to provide sufficient answers or admit to any responsibility.

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    Scheduling Forces Bryan Cranston Out Of Ruben Fleischer's 'Gangster Squad'

    There's just not enough of Bryan Cranston to go around in Hollywood.

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    New Look: More Images From Tomas Alfredson's 'Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy'

    Author John Le Carre & Cast Discuss The AdaptationWith the breathtaking trailer and poster combo recently unveiled, our excitement for Tomas Alfredson's adaptation of John Le Carre's "Tinker, Tailor, Solider, Spy" is sky high at the moment. Adding to that is the expectation that the film will pop up...

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