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    Music Break - Watch Video For "Evermore" By Olu

    Remember neo-soul favorites "Sister Why" and "Baby Can't Leave It Alone" by Olu? We'll he's back with a new acoustic album and here's the title track "Evermore" which is also the name of the album. Enjoy!

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    Alexandre Desplat To Score George Clooney's 'The Ides Of March'

    While the next few months will find multiplexes dominated by jumbo bag buttery popcorn sized fare, Oscar season will quickly follow and one of the films expected to be a frontunner in the race is George Clooney's "Ides Of The March."

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    Clip - Kerry Washington Discusses Arts Advocacy

    Kerry Washington recently served as honorary 2011 National Arts Advocacy Day co-chair.

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    Interview: Zach Braff Talks Micro-Budget Movies & The Challenges Of Playing An Unlikable Character

    After making a name for himself as the lead in the hit TV show "Scrubs" in 2001, Zach Braff stepped behind the camera in 2004 and unleashed "Garden State" on the world. You might have heard of it. This little indie that could earned over $35 million worldwide on a $2.5 million budget, had a best-sel...

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    REVIEW | A Natural Museum In 3-D: Werner Herzog's "Cave of Forgotten Dreams"

    In recent years, Werner Herzog's sly observations on the ways the universe in wondrously strange documentaries such as "Grizzly Man" and "Encounters at the End of the World" have taken on cult status apart from his existing place in the history of German cinema. Viral videos contain uncanny imitatio...

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    Jodie Foster Talks Balancing The Humor And Drama Of 'The Beaver'

    Says Her Mel Gibson-Led Drama Was "Something Simple to Hold On To Discuss Something Incredibly Complex"It's somewhat strange to consider what "The Beaver" could have been. Topping 2008's Black List, Kyle Killen's script was considered the best of those left unproduced from that year. The project originally had a star in Steve Carell and was set to be helmed by Jay Roach, but both parties eventually moved on, and after a brief flirtation with Jim Carrey, the script fell into the hands of Jodie Foster, who pushed to have former co-star and friend Mel Gibson play the lead. After production wrapped way back in the fall of 2009, the film is finall...

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    Meagan Good Cast in 'Californication'

    In case you can't get your Meagan Good fix on the big screen (her films Jumping the Broom, Video Girl, and Ticking will all be released this year), get ready to see her on the small screen in Showtime's Californication.

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    Surprise: Steven Soderbergh To Shoot Stripper Pic 'Magic Mike' Starring Channing Tatum In September

    'The Man From U.N.C.L.E.' To Shoot In February 2012, 'Liberace' To Follow In The SummerFirst off, Steven Soderbergh does still plan to step away from directing with more or less the same timeline, however he's a workhorse and seeing another interesting project cross his desk -- luckily for us -- he'...

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    Watch Trailer For "The Miracle Of Spanish Harlem" Co-starring Andre Royo From "The Wire"

    Here's a feel good holiday movie titled The Miracle Of Spanish Harlem. Directed by Derek Velez Partridge, it stars Adrian Martinez, Andre Royo, Tony Plana, Priscilla Lopez and Fatima Ptacek.

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    Watch: Trailer For 'One Day' Starring Anne Hathaway & Jim Sturgess Is One Long Meet Cute

    We'll start off by saying this is something we were definitely looking forward to and we're still holding out some hope, but the first trailer for "One Day" starring Anne Hathaway and Jim Sturgess is a bit wobbly, to say the least.

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