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    Attention Ladies: Matt Bomer Is Gonna Strip In Steven Soderbergh's 'Magic Mike'

    The opportunities for ladies to see leading men take it off at the movies are few and far between, and usually relegated to dumb action flicks or in heavy period dramas with Vaseline on the lenses. But for Steven Soderbergh's stripper pic "Magic Mike" he's lining up the man meat with Channing Tatum,...

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    What Was The Last Film You Paid To See In Theaters? (Unscientific Survey Thursday)

    A Thursday morning survey just because... well, because I'm working on something and this info will assist.

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    Watch: Breaking Into Nic Cage's House Is A Pain In The Kidman In 'Trespass' Trailer

    So, how far has Joel Schumacher fallen? The studio behind "Trespass" is forced to reference "Phone Booth" and "Falling Down" -- films made ten and more years ago -- to try and stir up excitement for the director's latest, the best straight-to-DVD movie to ever to play TIFF (yes, its playing TIFF).

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    Watch: 'Underworld: Awakening' Trailer Reveals The Entire Movie Was Shot With A Blue Filter

    Well, two years have passed which means it's time for another "Underworld" movie aka the other female-led supernatural franchise that isn't "Resident Evil." And note, this one brings Kate Beckinsale back to the fold after the origin story flick "Underworld: Rise Of The Lycans."

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    Look Who Is Selling The Debt

    Helen Mirren and Jessica Chastain - Interesting, since I've seen the movie, and I wouldn't say that it is a movie that stars Helen Mirren or Jessica Chastain. It's an action adventure ensemble film that takes place in two time periods. The poster makes it seem like it is their story. Guess we kno...

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    Robert Downey Jr. Planning Film About Sinking Of USS Indianapolis

    "Japanese submarine slammed two torpedoes into our side, Chief. We was comin' back from the island of Tinian to Leyte... just delivered the bomb. The Hiroshima bomb. Eleven hundred men went into the water. Vessel went down in 12 minutes. Didn't see the first shark for about a half an hour. Tiger. 13-footer. You know how you know that when you're in the water, Chief? You tell by looking from the dorsal to the tail fin. What we didn't know, was our bomb mission had been so secret, no distress signal had been sent. They didn't even list us overdue for a week. Very first light, Chief, sharks come cruisin', so we formed ourselves into tight groups...

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    Watch: Promisingly Spooky Trailer For Daniel Radcliffe's 'The Woman In Black'

    Well, it's all over. Harry Potter has cast his last spell and Daniel Radcliffe, after spending a decade with the character, now has to get on with the rest of his career. The transition out of a mega-franchise can be difficult (please see Sean Astin), but Radcliffe has made a smart first step, optin...

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    Alejandro González Iñárritu To Helm Period Revenge-Actioner 'The Revenant'

    After failed iterations of the project that featured Park Chan-wook and Samuel L. Jackson and another version with John Hillcoat and Christian Bale, Warner Bros.' adaptation of Michael Punke's period revenge-actioner "The Revenant" has now found itself another top notch director.

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    Trailer Watch: Daniel Radcliffe in Upcoming Thriller The Woman in Black

    Creepy children (in the pinafore-dress style of the twins from The Shining), innocent yet terrifying. Creaking Victorian House, dusty mechanical toys with minds of their own, and blood-splattered wall-paper--oh my!

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    John Sayles Talks The Politics Of 'Amigo' & Working With A Filipino Cast

    John Sayles' latest feature, "Amigo," is an intriguing moral fable, marrying historical narrative with a fictionalized tale that takes us on an emotional journey with those on both sides of a conflict. The background is the Philippine–American War of the early 20th century, a well-documented but not widely known (it certainly was skimmed over in our history classes) attempt to "win hearts and minds" of Filipinos. The "amigo" of the title refers to Rafael (Joel Torre), a cabeza (head) of a barrio whose initially envious position becomes his downfall when the Americans unceremoniously occupy the village and attempt to root out guerilla fighters...

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