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    Review: Slumdog Singers Shine In 'The Sound Of Mumbai'

    It almost seems too easy. Get some poverty stricken Indian children, pair them up with a composer, and send them to a prestigous, fancy pants performing arts center to wow an audience with songs from everybody's favorite "The Sound Of Music." And yes, while "The Sound Of Mumbai&qu...

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    "Stick Fly" Playwright Lydia R. Diamond: "We Have To Acknowledge That Theater Has Been Largely Elitist"

    With the official Broadway debut of Stick Fly right around the corner, playwright Lydia R. Diamond recently commented, in an interview with The Boston Globe, on the general perception of the theater as well as the unaccounted fans that are often overlooked.  "We have to acknowledge that th...

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    Review: A Slight & Superficial 'My Week With Marilyn' Often Resembles A Lifetime Movie

    Marked by an admirable, but certainly not spectacular performance by Michelle Williams -- in a role she's arguably not very suited for -- some wonderful costuming, set design and locations, and a stand-out supporting turn by Judi Dench, there aren't many other favorable things to say about &...

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    Congrats to "The Methuselah Generation," This Week's Project of the Week - UPDATED

    Thanks to your votes, "The Methuselah Generation," the 3-D documentary about four people in pursuit of science-derived immortality, won this weekend’s Project of the Week contest! Congratulations to co-directors Jason Sussberg and David Alvarado. The filmmaker will receive a dig...

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    Ewan McGregor Joins Noah Baumbach's 'The Corrections' For HBO

    After an excellent, nuanced and emotive turn in Mike Mills' "Beginners" earlier this year, and with a Steven Soderbergh collaboration arriving in January of next year ("Haywire"), is Scottish actor Ewan McGregor finally back on track? Over the years, we've lamented h...

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    How "Monastery" Director Pernille Rose Grønkjær Became a "Love Addict"

    After her hugely successful 2006 documentary, "The Monastery" (which won a major award at IDFA, screened in competition at Sundance and was nominated for an Indie Spirit Award), Pernille Rose Grønkjær took on a little-known epidemic: Love addiction.

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    "Making the Boys" is Our DVD Pick of the Week

    For a generation that grew up watching "Will & Grace," Mart Crowley’s 1968 play “The Boys in the Band” might not seem like a big deal. It was. The story of a group of gay men gathering for a birthday party came at a time before the Stonewall riots, when gays weren't discussed, just ignored.

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    Interview: "My Week With Marilyn" Director Simon Curtis

    For his first feature, British TV and theater vet Simon Curtis faced a daunting challenge: Not only did "My Week With Marilyn" need to turn two memoirs into one authentic look at the life of Marilyn Monroe, he had to present deeply believable portrayals of two legends, Monroe and Laurence Olivier.

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    Trailer Watch: Gone

    Amanda Seyfried goes all vigilante to save her sister from being the latest victim of a serial killer of young women.  Film will open Feb 2012.

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    Watch: Simon Pegg & Jeremy Renner in 'Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol' New Clip

    Watch: Simon Pegg & Jeremy Renner Show The Lighter Side Of 'Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol' In New Clip

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