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    Military Drama "The American Dream" Screens in Chicago

    The American Dream, the indie drama directed by and starring Jamil Walker Smith as an aspiring filmmaker-turned-marine, makes its way to Chicago theaters April 4 and 5.

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    Dominic Cooper Joins 'Dead Man Down' With Noomi Rapace & Collin Farrell From 'Dragon Tattoo' Director Niels Arden Oplev

    What happens when you're about become the biggest actress on the planet? Projects start moving. Should "Prometheus" land the way many expect it will, Noomi Rapace will quickly become a (quirky) household name and Hollywood wants to make sure there is more of her on the way. Popping up ...

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    'Angels of Death' Next Up for UK's 'The Woman in Black' Series

    Daniel Radcliffe's "The Woman in Black" will continue with "The Woman in Black: Angels of Death," which Hammer Films, Alliance Films and Cross Creek Pictures say is not a sequel but the next installment in a series. The first installment went on to be the highest-grossing Bri...

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    LHAAFF 2012 Preview: "We Are Not Ghosts" Doc Explores Detroit's Economic Recession and Efforts To Revitalize City

    The 53-minute documentary We Are Not Ghosts will premiere Tuesday, April 17th, at the Langston Hughes African American Film Festival. The doc, helmed by Melissa York and Mark Dworkin, deals with citizens efforts to revitalize Detroit after its economic hit to the auto industry.

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    Brand New Looks At Charlize Theron, Noomi Rapace, Michael Fassbender & More In 'Prometheus'

    So, while we wait to see if crazy Alex Jones is right about Ridley Scott's "Prometheus" being a secret revelation of the Illuminati or just a really good sci-fi flick, a batch of sex-tacular new stills have popped up at Russian site Kino Gallery.

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    Trailer Watch: Woody Allen's 'To Rome with Love'; We're Already Nostalgic for 'Paris'

    Woody Allen's "To Rome with Love" looks more like "You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger" than "Midnight in Paris," which is bad news. It would be difficult to top the charm of "Midnight," even with a luscious Penelope Cruz.

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    Langston Hughes African American Film Fest Returns April 14 ("Restless City," "The Last Fall," "Mooz-lum," + More)

    The Langston Hughes African American Film Festival returns to Seattle, WA, next week with Matthew Cherry's tale of redemption for a sports star, The Last Fall, as its opening night film. The festival, which runs April 14-22 at the Langston Hughes Performing Arts Center, includes over 20 fea...

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    Screenwriter James Vanderbilt Is On Fire: 'White House Down,' 'RoboCop,' 'Total Recall,' 'Amazing Spider-Man' & More

    "Zodiac" writer-producer James Vanderbilt is hot. He wrote "The Amazing Spider-Man" (July 3). He is adapting Brit mini-series "Red Riding" for producers Steven Zaillian and Ridley Scott, and shares screenwriting credit on upcoming "Total Recall" and "RoboCop" remakes. This week, his "White House Dow...

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    Eugene Levy Says No More Christopher Guest Movies Are Planned As Mock-Doc Style Is Played Out

    When Christopher Guest and his mostly regular crew of funny people including Eugene Levy, Fred Willard and Bob Balaban appeared during the Oscar broadcast in February, it was a welcome a treat and one of the best moments on the show. It has been a far too long seven years since the gang's last o...

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    'The Killing' Season Two Premiere 'Reflections' is About Secrets; Early Reviews

    AMC's "The Killing" Season Two, which follows the trajectory of the acclaimed Danish series, is up against horrific competition on Sunday nights. In the season premiere, executive producer Veena Sud and director Agnieszka Holland throw us right back into the maelstrom where we were left hanging at t...

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