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    Samuel L. Jackson Talks Tackling Slavery In "Django Unchained" Calling it "Honest & Very Dramatic"

    Well, he doesn't reveal much to sway me, or alleviate concerns I have for the project, which I've already expressed (read my thoughts on the script I read HERE if you missed that post).

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    Why 'Shame' Tops Indiewire's 5 DVD/Blu-ray Picks for the Week

    This week on DVD/Blu-ray: Michael Fassbender's NC-17-rated reunion with Steve McQueen; an apocalyptic thriller that's as grim as they come; a horror oldie that deserves cult status; a drama that finally puts veteran character actor Dennis Farina center stage; and a moody French drama sure to...

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    'Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters' Helmer Tommy Wirkola Feels The 'Afterburn' With Gerard Butler

    The zom-com genre has been kind to director Tommy Wirkola, since it was his 2008 film “Dead Snow” that first attracted Hollywood's attention, and it's been announced he'll continue his good fortune by heading up a new sci-fi comic adaptation with considerable talent involved.

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    The 'Magic Mike' Trailer Is Finally Cuming!

    Admit it, your MOST anticipated trailer of summer 2012 wasn't "The Dark Knight Rises" or "Prometheus." Sure, they got you excited. But not like this will get you excited come tomorrow, when the trailer for Steven Soderbergh's male stripper epic "Magic Mike" ...

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    Cannes Reveals 2012 Short Film Lineup

    Two days ahead of the announcement of their feature film lineup, the Cannes Film Festival has announced the official selection of short films headed to this year's festival.

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    5 Things You May Not Know About Douglas Sirk's 'Imitation Of Life'

    The Oscar-winning success of last year's "The Help" wa a throwback in many ways, principally to the socially-conscious melodramas of Stanley Kramer, like "Guess Who's Coming To Dinner." Another comparison point that came up frequently in reviews of Tate Taylor's film was "Imitation Of Life," the 195...

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    Participant Media Gets Into the Television Business

    Participant Media, the production company known for focusing on socially relevant scripted films and documentaries like "Good Night, and Good Luck," "The Cove," "Syriana" and "An Inconvenient Truth," is getting into the television business.

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    Watch: Zooey Deschanel's iPhone/Siri Commercial

    Actress, musician, web entrepeneur, Cotton brand enthusiast and now iPhone spokesperson. Zooey Deschanel had made an ad for iPhone 4S/Siri because why not. Sadly, no new original song like she did for the fabric company but she does dance to "Shake, Rattle & Roll." So there's that.

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    New Pics Of Johnny Depp & Chloe Moretz In 'Dark Shadows'

    While "The Avengers" is preparing for a mega opening if early tracking is any indication, its run at the top of the box office might be a brief one as just a week later, Warner Bros. is dropping the latest Tim Burton and Johnny Depp team-up "Dark Shadows" and they are pushing the...

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    Octavia Spencer, Michael B. Jordan To Star In Oscar Grant Feature, Produced By Forest Whitaker

    Octavia Spencer has certainly been racking up projects with all the acclaim she received for her role in last year's controversial box office triumph The Help.

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