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    Oscar Thoughts

    This time last year I was giddy with excitement in anticipation of the Oscars. The narrative about the awards was all about a woman finally being able to break through the boys club and claim the big prize. There was a lot of talk throughout the culture about the fact that in 82 years only four wo...

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  • The Playlist
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    Watch: Trailer For Danny Boyle's Stage Version Of 'Frankenstein'

    While the sorely overlooked "127 Hours" is up for six Oscars this weekend, we've resigned ourselves to the fact that it will likely walk away empty-handed, but that blow will definitely be softened as, in just a few weeks, Danny Boyle will be unveiling his stage version of "Frankenstein" and it look...

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  • The Lost Boys
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    Was "The King's Speech" Made on a UK Gay Porn Set?

    In this very NSFW post on Queer Click, it is confirmed (via comparative photos... half of which involve gay sex, hence the NSFW) that "The King's Speech" used the same set as UK Naked Men, who filmed "at least a jerk-off if not a major rimming and man-fuck scene in the same room as this Oscar Award ...

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  • The Playlist
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    Louis Leterrier & Universal Team For Ambitious Sci-Fi Pic 'G'

    Director Louis Leterrier is kicking off the new year with a bang. Last week, the helmer signed on to direct the Summit thriller "Now You See Me" and now he's got another picture in the works.

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    EW Picks the 25 Top Working Directors

    EW published a list of the "top" 25 working directors and they define top as "most talented, in-demand filmmakers behind the camera today". Not surprisingly, only one woman, Kathryn Bigelow makes it to the list at number 15.

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  • The Playlist
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    New Images: 'Sherlock Holmes: A Game Of Shadows' & 'Thor'

    Stop the presses (ok, not really). Images from two new tentpoles have arrived. One from Warner Bros.' newly titled, "Sherlock Holmes: A Game Of Shadows" and one from Marvel Films' "Thor."

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  • The Playlist
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    Giovanni Ribisi Joins Mark Wahlberg & Mila Kunis For R-Rated Comedy 'Ted'

    Seth McFarlane has added another name to his forthcoming debut into the world of featuring filmmaking, the raunchy, R-rated and partially-animated "Ted."

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  • The Playlist
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    Bruce Robinson Started Drinking Again To Write 'The Rum Diary'

    Says The Film Has "De-Innoculated" Him From Directorial RetirementApparently, Bruce Robinson not only gave up his filmmaking retirement to tackle an adaptation of Hunter S. Thompson's "The Rum Diary" at Johnny Depp's request, he also gave up his sobriety.

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    Uma Thurman & Jessica Biel Are 'Playing The Field' With Gerard Butler

    It looks like two actresses have come aboard to add some flavor to a sports-world comedy that will find Gerard Butler weaving through relationships both on and off the pitch.

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    Watch: Cameron Diaz Don't Need No Education In 'Bad Teacher' Red Band Trailer

    From a distance, it might look like the summer of 2011 is going to be dominated by superheroes, but in fact, it's a smash hit from two years ago that looks to be setting the agenda at the multiplexes. The colossal gross of "The Hangover" in 2009 revived the fading R-rated comedy genre, and between May and August this year, we won't just see the sequel to that film, but a number of equally potty-mouthed comedies that hope to follow in its footsteps. In the space of only a few months, we've got "Bridesmaids," "The Sitter," "Friends With Benefits," "Horrible Bosses," "The Change-Up," and "30 Minutes or Less." all of which will be R-rated and pro...

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