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    Magnolia Gets Apocalyptic, Picks Up Lars Von Trier's 'Melancholia'

    After Von Trier's outrageous and divisive "Antichrist," when the director announced he would make an ambitious psychological disaster film about the end of the world, it seemed like a logical (and awesome) next step. And one we are greatly looking forward to seeing. Well, Magnolia Pictures have quic...

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    Watch: Willem Dafoe Stars In ‘Being John Malkovich’-Style Ad For Jim Beam

    Wow, where was this during the Super Bowl? In this new 90 second spot for Jim Beam, character actor Willem Dafoe stars as a dozen or so different versions of himself in this “Being John Malkovich”-style clip. The campaign, about making “bold choices,” illustrates the different types of lives one mig...

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    Rupert Murdoch Pere Knew King's Speech Therapist Lionel Logue

    In his weekend column, Wall Street Journal film critic Joe Morgenstern reveals a fascinating connection between WSJ owner Rupert Murdoch and Oscar front-runner The King's Speech: With "The King's Speech" gaining the Oscar traction it deserves—the latest boost being an expression of approval from Que...

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    Ebert Predicts Why The King's Speech Wins the Oscar

    In the runup to the Oscar-predicting BAFTA awards tomorrow – I’m counting on a Colin Firth win and wonder about a possible sentimental sweep for the very British The King’s Speech -- Roger Ebert has the smartest observation I’ve seen about why The King’s Speech will beat The Social Network to win t...

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    Judi Dench & Michelle Monaghan Join 'Better Living Through Chemistry'

    Cast Already Includes Jeremy Renner & Jennifer GarnerThe European Film Market in Berlin is in full swing this weekend and film deals are happening left, right and center. A lot of times these attachments and or pre-attachments are made to attract and or entice financiers and don't always come to fr...

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    David Slade To Direct Vampire Horror Pic 'The Last Voyage Of The Demeter'

    Noomi Rapace & Ben Kingsley Still Tentatively AttachedDirector David Slade must reeeaally love vampires as he's about to embark on his third film about bloodsuckers in a row.

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    Noam Murro To Direct 'Die Hard 5'

    Skip Woods' Script Is Apparently Still InNoam Murro. Who?

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    Nicole Kidman & Colin Firth To Join Park Chan-Wook's English Language Debut 'Stoker'

    Mia Wasikowska Also ConfirmedEarlier this year, a screenplay by Ted Foulke (Wentworth Miller’s sobriquet) called "Stoker" made the rounds and started gaining buzz. It became a hot property and Scott Free Productions quickly snatched up the film that’s now set up at Fox Searchlight. "Oldboy" helmer ...

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    Yet Another Vampire Pic: Abigail Breslin & Julianne Moore To Star In 'Innocence'

    Variety is reporting that the world will be graced with another vampire film titled "Innocence," based on the book of the same name by Jane Mendelsohn. Right now Abigail Breslin and Julianne Moore are attached to star in the story about a grieving teenage girl who discovers that her private school is home to a nest of vampires. Though roles haven't been confirmed, Breslin will most likely be playing main character Beckett, with Moore playing the school nurse that embeds herself in Beckett's life by marrying her father. The film will be directed by Hilary Brougher, a widely unknown female director who last directed "Stephanie Daley" with Tilda...

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    REVIEW | "For the Love of Movies" and the "Spider-Man" Debacle

    The calamitous tale of the overambitious, uber-costly Broadway spectacle "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" could only have been redeemed if the show wound up a masterpiece that proved all the haters wrong. Instead, the cavalcade of reviews unleashed in several mainstream publications earlier this week...

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