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    The Shadow & Act Filmmaker Diary Series (w/ Matthew Cherry) Episode 4: "PRE-PRODUCTION WEEK 4!"

    In case you're just joining us, here's a recap: It's called the S&A Filmmaker Diary Series. Essentially, filmmakers who are about to embark on projects (in this case, feature film projects specifically) will be given space on this site to document their journey, from script to screen, diary/journal ...

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    Miranda July, Jonathan Caouette, "Bellflower" Among Talent on Tap for iW 15th Anniversary Events

    indieWIRE will celebrate its 15th anniversary throughout the month of July with a series of screenings in New York including several films that have played a role in the site's coverage over the years. The 92YTribeca will host weekly retrospective screenings each week of the month. Additionally, ind...

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    Review: Vampire Kisses Werewolf at MTV Movie Awards (Video)

    Thank goodness for Robert Pattinson – not because he can act (the jury’s out on that) but because he was the loose cannon livening up last night’s MTV Movie Awards, the closest thing this supposedly young and unpredictable show had to Ricky Gervais at the Golden Globes. In the night’s two high point...

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    ‘The Human Centipede II (Full Sequence)’ Banned In The U.K.

    In probably the best piece of marketing "The Human Centipede II (Full Sequence)" could receive, Empire reveals that the BBFC -- British Board of Film Classification -- has rejected the sequel to the cult film, effectively barring any screenings or DVD release for the film in the country.

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    Little Rascals Back In Action

    My wife and I love tchotchkes—little knickknacks that remind of us favorite movies or cartoon characters—but we’ve tried to restrain ourselves in recent times because we’ve used up all the shelf space in our house. (My desktop has no room for actual desk work like signing papers; it’s full of figurines.) Still, every now and then, we just can’t resist. That’s how Alice felt when she walked into our local drugstore, which doubles as a gift emporium, and found brand-new salt-and-pepper sets featuring the Our Gang kids, better known today as the Little Rascals. They’re made by Westland Giftware and they’re actually quite nice; the product line a...

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    Italian Actors Riccardo Scamarcio, Isabella Ferrari & Sergio Rubini Join 'Bop Decameron'

    While "Midnight In Paris" is still rolling out in theaters across the country, Woody Allen is already at work on his next film set to shoot this summer in Rome, continuing his diligent one-movie-per-year work ethic that has persisted for four decades. With Jesse Eisenberg, Ellen Page, Alec Baldwin, ...

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    Watch "Hero" - A Short Martial Arts Movie Inspired by Bruce Lee & "The Last Dragon "

    It's Monday... "Are you not entertained?" No? Well, it was worth a try anyway... :)

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    Watch: New Trailer For 'Fright Night' Gives A Better Look At Peter Vincent

    Is it just us or is "Fright Night" shaping up to be the biggest surprise of the summer? While we've been bombarded with marketing for superhero movies, "Fright Night" has been playing it cool, slowly building up word. The first trailer was surprisingly more substantial than we thought the remake wou...

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    J.J. Abrams Says 'Star Trek 2' Might Not Be Able To Make Its June 29, 2012 Release Date

    With at least fifteen sequels already planned for release in 2012, the biggest question mark of them all remains "Star Trek 2." Currently, the film is still pegged with a June 29, 2012 release date but with J.J. Abrams not yet signed on, everything else -- including further script work -- is on hold until until the helmer makes a decision, and its looking unlikely for the sequel to make its target date. In fact, it was only a couple of weeks ago that reports surfaced that the film would be pushed to a winter 2012 release date. J.J. Abrams spoke with press today in advance of Friday's release of "Super 8," and Playlist writer Leah Zak was on h...

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    Jay Potts On 50 Cent As Luke Cage

    A clip from University of Georgia Professor, Jonathan Gayles' black superhero documentary, Shaft Or Sidney Poitier: Black Masculinity In Comic Books, a film we've covered on this site a number of times, including an interview Monique did with him, which you can read HERE if you haven't yet. The film...

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