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    Reverse Shot's Two Cents of 2009

    It's a tradition, whether we like it or not. Reverse Shot's annual year-end awards, including Most Needless Backlash, Most Successful Failure, Most Overrated, Worst Date Movie, Best 3-D, The Alfred Molina Award for Overacting, Worst Character Name, Best and Worst Soundtrack, Best Nic Cage, Actress M...

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    Secret's Out - Sita Sings The Blues

    .syn{font-family:Arial;font-size:11px;padding:5px;width:470px;background:#585858;border-top:1px solid #777777;color:#ccc;} .syn a {color:#ccc;}Sita Sings the Blues Leonard Maltin's Secret's Out | Movie Trailers

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    Roy E. Disney's Name Where It Belongs

    At the outset of a "life celebration" for the late Roy E. Disney on what would have been his 80th birthday on Sunday, Disney chief Robert Iger surprised and delighted a packed house at the El Capitan Theater in Hollywood by announcing that the studio's animation building in Burbank--the one with the whimsical Mickey Mouse Sorcerer's hat--will now bear Roy's name. A long, loud cheer went up from the crowd as an artist's rendering of the new building facade was beamed onto the theater screen. What a perfect tribute to the man who rescued Disney animation from possible extinction in the 1980s and oversaw its renaissance. John Lasseter...

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    Academy Shortlists Seven for Make Up Oscar

    Seven films will compete in the makeup category for the 82nd Academy Awards, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced Monday. The films include: "District 9," "Il Divo," "The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus," "Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian," "The Road," "Star Trek" ...

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  • Thompson on Hollywood
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    Sony Reboots Spider-Man 4, Parts Ways with Raimi and Maguire

    Spider-Man 4 will be going forward without Sam Raimi, who shepherded the first three installments, or stars Tobey Maguire and Kirsten Dunst.

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  • Women and Hollywood
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    Rachel McAdams - Maintaining Her Privacy With Her Success

    I remember when I first saw her in Mean Girls. She was terrifically mean. She scared the crap out of my teenage self. Then she broke my heart in The Notebook. I have always admired her film choices. (I'll give her a pass on Sherlock Holmes cause she was great but I did not like the movie.) What...

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    Maya Takes Palm Springs Title "Chamaco"

    Miguel Necoechea's "Chamaco" ("The Kid"), the latest feature film by Los Angeles-based Rogue Arts, was acquired over the holidays by Los Angeles based Maya Entertainment. The film was purchased in advance of its U.S. premiere at the Palm Springs International Film Festival. A U.S./Mexico co-producti...

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    Eugene Hernandez: The Doctor Is In.

    New York, NY, January 11, 2010 -- Next Thursday, the 2010 Sundance Film Festival will kick-off in Utah, ushering in a new decade of American indie cinema. This week, before the fest begins, we're going to spend some time pondering where we are and where we've been by looking at the current and recen...

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  • Week of Wonders
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