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    Anna Faris Will Provide Organic Food To 'The Dictator' Sacha Baron Cohen

    With three funny ladies in contention for the part, there was no doubt whoever landed it would be good for the role, it was just a matter of who it wound up being.

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    Joseph Gordon-Levitt Talks 'Looper' & Navigating The Crumbling Industry With hitRECord

    And Yes, He's Excited For 'The Dark Knight Rises," But No, He Can't Talk About ItJoseph Gordon-Levitt seems to have tossed the Hollywood playbook right out the window. Where most child actors struggle to define themselves once their programs go off the air, the former "3rd Rock From The Sun" star bucked the trend by taking challenging roles in indie films like "Mysterious Skin," "Brick," "The Lookout" and of course, "(500) Days of Summer." The industry finally sat up and took notice of his mainstream potential, as he snagged the villain role in "G.I. Joe: Rise of the Cobra" and as Arthur in last year's "Inception." But not only that, the acto...

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    Classics Lure Young and Old to L.A.'s TCM Classic Film Festival

    Cari Beauchamp reports from her busy weekend at the TCM Classic Film Festival:Hollywood Boulevard was even more packed than usual this weekend with thousands of people who could have passed for casually dressed conventioneers, but were actually visitors from all 50 states except for West Virginia, i...

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    Will Kathryn Bigelow Be The First Out of the Gate With a Bin Laden Movie?

    I imagine that Kathryn Bigelow and Mark Boal are pretty psyched today regarding the prospects for their upcoming film which has long been rumored to be about the attempt to capture Bin Laden. In January, Variety reported the pair had received financing from Megan Ellison and her company Annapurna F...

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    Kirsten Dunst, Adam Scott & Lizzy Caplan Star In Will Ferrell Produced 'Bachelorette'

    With all the buzz building behind Judd Apatow and Paul Feig's "Bridesmaids," it was only a matter of time before similarly themed comedies started cropping up. So it's no surprise that equally comic production powerhouse Gary Sanchez -- the shingle run by Will Ferrell and Adam McKay -- are getting i...

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    "Attack The Block" Gets A New Toothy UK Poster & TV Spot

    Even though Sony picked it up for a stateside release, it still doesn't yet have a confirmed release date for those of us on this side of the pond; and thus there's been really no marketing for it in the USA, other than the attention it's received on film sites like this one.

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    Watch Episode 4 Of New “Mortal Kombat: Legacy” Web Series Starring Michael Jai White

    Here’s episode 4 of the highly-anticipated Mortal Kombat: Legacy web series that was commissioned by Warner Bros. Jax (Michael Jai White), Striker (Tamoh Pennikett), Sonya Blade (Jeri Ryan) and Kano (Darren Shahlavi) all feature.

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    Who Had The Best Bin Laden Jokes? Stephen Colbert (Video)

    Late-night comedians were all over Bin laden's death, some obvious and some clever. Jimmy Fallon as Trump taking credit is priceless. But for great satire, Stephen Colbert was the best overall. He went beyond Bin laden is dead jokes (easy to make that funny) and looked at how long it took to get him...

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    Frank Grillo Joins Stephen Frears' Adaptation Of Beth Raymer's 'Lay The Favorite'

    Little known actor Frank Grillo has joined the exciting cast of Stephen Frears next directorial effort, an adaptation of Beth Raymer's Vegas-set coming-of-age tale "Lay The Favorite."

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    Tribeca Review: 'Roadie' And The Sad Aftermath of A Failed Life On The Road

    For some, life is a series of indignities. One second too slow, one step too far, and our dreams go unfulfilled. In every bar in the country, there is someone drinking away his regrets, trying to make peace with the records they didn’t break and the hearts they didn’t soothe. Michael Cuesta’s “Roadi...

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