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    Weinsteins Buy Ralph Fiennes' Directorial Debut, "Coriolanus"

    The Weinstein Company has acquired U.S. distribution rights to Ralph Fiennes' directorial debut "Coriolanus," it was announced today. Starring Fiennes, Gerard Butler, Vanessa Redgrave, Brian Cox, and 2011's potential big breakout Jessica Chastain, the film is world premiering at the Berlin Internati...

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    Review: 'Carancho' Features The Car Crash As All-Purpose Metaphor

    If Pablo Trapero's "Carancho" is to be believed, and it is not a film without conviction, then Argentina is the car crash capital of the world. If not, it's fair to worry about certain drivers being behind the wheel -- 8000 Argentinians per year lose their life to an auto accident, so says the brief...

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    Watch Jimmy Fallon's Justin Bieber Parody

    You're on your own for the new part-doc, part-concert movie Justin Bieber: Never Say Never - the saga of how he went from diapers-to-riches in 14 short years! But Bieber himself is such a pop-cult touchstone, you can laugh at the parodies even if you've never paid attention to the original. In fac...

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    Anne Hathaway In Talks To Sing With Tom Cruise In 'Rock Of Ages'

    Yep, as we predicted, the announcement that a deal is closing for Tom Cruise for "Rock Of Ages" has sparked more casting movement around the big screen musical.

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    SBIFF Oscar Q & A: Nicole Kidman Talks Career, Rabbit Hole

    A week of celebrity tributes honoring Oscar-nominated directors and actors at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival concluded Feb. 5 with Nicole Kidman appearing to receive the Cinema Vanguard Award at the city’s spectacular single-screen theater, the 2000-seat Arlington, reports Justin Lowe...

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    First Look At The Entire Cast Of 'The Hobbit'; Ian McKellen Plans On A Play During Filming Downtime

    Take a good look. These are the faces (and names) that are going to dominate the movie blogosphere for the next couple of years. With Peter Jackson's "The Hobbit" now set to lens next month after the director had a minor medical setback, the cast assembled for a press conference this week in New Zea...

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    Halle Berry Not Offered Role Or Starring In 'The Student'; Paul Verhoeven Not Attached Either

    Recently, Badass Digest reported that Halle Berry will be starring in "The Student" for Dutch director Paul Verhoeven known for "Showgirls," "Starship Troppers" and the excellent, late-career redeeming "Black Book" in 2006. The problem: This is news to everyone in both camps. Reps for Halle Berry, h...

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    Lady Gaga Lets Me Down With Gay-Pandering Madonna Rip Off "Born This Way"

    I have to admit, the first thing I did when I got out bed this morning - with very little thought process involved - was grab my laptop and download Lady Gaga's new single, "Born This Way." I was aware of the single's impending explosion onto the pop culture landscape... And totally bought into the ...

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    Nicholas Hoult Climbs Up The Beanstalk For 'Jack The Giant Killer'

    That was quick. Just after it was revealed yesterday that Nicholas Hoult was the frontrunner for the role of Jack in Bryan Singer's "Jack The Giant Killer," he's now looking over paperwork to land the gig.

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    Oscar Talk: Bening vs. Portman, Leo's Gaffe, Nominees Lunch, BAFTAs, Inception Surge

    We're in the thick of the Oscar race now. In this week's Oscar Talk podcast, In Contention's Kris Tapley and Guy Lodge and I discuss the real contest between Annette Bening and Natalie Portman, whether Melissa Leo's glam ads are opening up the field in supporting actress, and how the Nominees Lunch ...

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