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    Watch: New Trailer For Duncan Jones' 'Source Code'

    A new trailer has landed for Duncan Jones' "Source Code" and like the character in the film, don't be surprised if you have a bit of déja vu.

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    Susanne Bier To Remake French Thriller 'Rapt'

    While she's currently getting ready to walk the red carpet this Sunday and is likely getting her acceptance speech ready as her latest film "In a Better World" is highly expected to take home the Best Foreign Film Oscar, director Susanne Bier isn't wasting any time lining up her next project.

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    Wolfgang Petersen Getting Ready for An 'Old Man's War'

    It's coming on five years since Wolfgang Petersen's soggy "Poseidon" and he has yet to get a new film in front of cameras, but not for lack of trying. Last spring an optimistic Petersen said that his alien-invasion pic "Uprising" was going to shoot before his planned remake of Satoshi Kon's "Paprika...

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    And the 2011 Oscar Presenters Are...(UPDATED)

    And the 2011 Oscar Presenters Are...(UPDATED)

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    Getting Serious About "G.I. Joe."

    My friend Joe Villella has launched a hilarious, uniquely perceptive new blog called G.I. Joernal, where he brings an incredible amount of scrutiny to individual episodes of the original animated "G.I. Joe" television show. About a week ago, Joe invited me to speak with him about the "G.I. Joe" episode "Lights! Camera! Cobra!" since it has a movie-related plot. Joe transcribed our half-hour chat pretty much verbatim, so there are times where I ramble on and probably make less than it sounded like at the time, but I still enjoyed revisiting this wacky series from an adult standpoint. Amazingly enough, there's a lot to pull apart. The full epis...

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    Universal Greenlights Paul Greengrass Directed 'Memphis'; Filming Starts In June

    Despite the rather ugly dissolution of "Bourne 4" and the poor box office performance of "Green Zone," it looks like Paul Greengrass and Universal are still best buds after all.

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    First Look At Terrence Malick's Untitled Romance With Ben Affleck & Rachel McAdams

    In case you forgot, in addition to Terrence Malick's highly anticipated, cinema breaking, cosmos exploring "The Tree of Life" set to this theaters this spring, the director has second film on the way and it looks like we won't have wait a half decade to see it.

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    Me and Mike Tyson Talk Oscars

    Oscar Talk with Mike Tyson & Leonard Maltin from Mike Tyson

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    New Posters For Pedro Almodóvar's 'The Skin That I Inhabit' Might As Well Be From 'Saw VIII'

    With Cannes just around the corner, Pedro Almodóvar's "The Skin That I Inhabit" has been highly tipped to take a competition slot and we can hardly wait to see what the helmer has in store as the film looks unlike anything he's done before. The film is a revenge picture based on crime novelist Thierry Jonque‘s 2005 book, “Tarantula,” about a plastic surgeon’s revenge on the man who raped his daughter. But really, that’s just scratching the surface. You can bet this film, which has a loathsome protagonist who, while seeking justice for his daughter, keeps his wife imprisoned and subjects her to humiliating sexual acts with strangers, won't be ...

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    James Franco Has Directed A 12-Hour Movie Using Outtakes From 'My Own Private Idaho'

    Also Has Another Film In The Can With A Score By Michael StipeDoes James Franco sleep? It seems this guy spends every waking moment being productive and at the rate of his output, he'll have enough work to start filling his own museum and frankly, we wouldn't be surprised if he built one. The James ...

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