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    James Cameron Sinks 'Battleship,' Says It "Degrades" Cinema

    While we've taken our fair share of jabs at Universal's $200 million board-game-turned-alien-invasion-movie "Battleship," leave it to James Cameron, Lord and Commander of all things 3D and blockbuster-driven to deliver the most caustic zinger yet against the film.

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    "True Grit," "Social Network" Among 25th Annual ASC Award Nominees

    The nominations for the 25th Annual American Society of Cinematographers (ASC) Outstanding Achievement Awards were announced this evening. In the feature film category, the five nominated cinematographers are:

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    Evan Goldberg: 'Green Hornet' Sequel Already Mapped Out; Sony Said "Never" To Gondry At First

    "Green Hornet" hits theaters this weekend, Friday January 14, so we thought we'd re-run some great interviews we conducted with writer Evan Goldberg ("Superbad," "Pineapple Express") last year.

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    Sony Pictures Classics Picks Up Woody Allen's 'Midnight In Paris'; Eyes Morgan Spurlock's Latest Doc

    Another year, another Woody Allen film. And say what you will about his more recent output, for this writer at least, the yearly Woody Allen movie is a comfort, like an old friend returning for a visit and a pleasant entry on our film calendar.

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    SEPTIEN Has Distribution

    SEPTIEN Has Distribution

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    Brendan Fraser & Kristin Scott Thomas Join Neil LaBute's 'Seconds Of Pleasure'

    Colin Firth & Ed Harris Offered RolesWhat the hell happened to Neil LaBute? Once considered a bold new emerging cinematic voice after delivering two caustic, blistering and hilarious films "In The Company Of Men" and "Your Friends & Neighbors" the director unwisely started taking on projects not based on his own writing. This led to the films like "Nurse Betty" and "Posession" and though he rebounded with the underrated "The Shape Of Things," matters got considerably worse with a trifecta of awful including "The Wicker Man" (man gets attacked by bees), "Lakeview Terrace" (man gets attacked by Samuel L. Jackson) and "Death At A Funeral" (man g...

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    Contest Giveaway: 'Somewhere' Prize Packs Including Signed Poster & 'Lost In Translation' BluRay

    Update: Contest is closed. Winners will be contacted via email.

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    'The King's Speech' Picks Up Surprise Nomination For American Society Of Cinematographers Awards

    With the Golden Globes coming up this weekend, and the Oscar nominations only a couple of weeks away, we're entering the final stages of the seemingly-endless 2010 awards race, and yesterday saw some of the last of the major craft and guild nominations of the season. We covered the DGA noms yesterda...

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    Sony Classics Has Woody Allen's "Paris"

    Sony Pictures Classics announced today that they have acquired all North American rights to Woody Allen's new film, "Midnight in Paris." Starring Kathy Bates, Adrien Brody, Carla Bruni, Marion Cotillard, Rachel McAdams, Michael Sheen, and Owen Wilson, the film marks the third consecutive collaborat...

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    C. Thomas Howell, Of All People, Joins 'Spider-Man' Reboot

    Is Marc Webb taking a leaf from the Christopher Nolan casting playbook? Since "Batman Begins," Nolan's made something of a habit of casting 1980s icons who've mostly been absent from the big-screen in recent years, names like Rutger Hauer, Eric Roberts, Tom Berenger and even David Bowie, in his big-...

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