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    "Yelling To The Sky" Will Screen At The Pan African Film Festival In Los Angeles

    Thsoe of you in the Los Angeles area... if you haven't seen Victoria Mahoney's impressive and, dare I say, *controversial* (given some of the reactions to it I read as it toured the film festival circuit) feature film debut, Yelling To The Sky, you will have an opportunity to do so...

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    Vera Farmiga To Play Fleetwood Mac Singer/Songwriter Christine McVie In Dennis Wilson Biopic 'The Drummer'

    Even though she nabbed the biggest exposure and acclaim of her career to date thanks to her Oscar nominated turn in "Up In The Air," Vera Farmiga has continued to march to the beat of her own drum. She's eschewed big glossy tentpoles, using her post-Oscar heat to make her directorial d...

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    Watch: Superman, John McClane & Ripley Square Off In Trailer For 'The Cold Light Of Day'

    If Bruce Willis is your Dad in a movie, and he says he's just a business consultant for the government, chances are, he's probably something up to something else. But someone didn't tell that to Henry Cavill, who finds himself dodging bullets in Madrid in the first trailer for "The ...

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    OSCARS REVISITED, 1981: REDS

    It’s not shocking that a film like Reds was never made again. It’s shocking that at some point in American history, such a film was made at all.

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    Aubrey Plaza Says 'Charlie Swan III" Is Set In A "Fantasy Version Of The '70s"

    Filmmaker Roman Coppola is no stranger to chronicling strange corners of some seminal cultural decades. While he's spent the last decade assisting friends and family like Sofia, Francis Ford Coppola and Wes Anderson (he co-wrote the upcoming "Moonrise Kingdom") his vastly und...

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    Watch: Matthew Broderick Brings Ferris Bueller Back In Super Bowl Ad For Honda

    At home sick from work today but...secretly playing hooky? Well, this one will feel extra special.

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    McQueen Talks the Masculinity and Femininity of Fassbender in Interview Magazine

    Michael Fassbender - the most egregious snub of the 2012 Oscar nominees - covers Interview Magazine's February issue. His day will come, we're not worried about that. "Prometheus" will increase his mainstream appeal this June, and he'll team with Steve McQueen for a third time ...

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    'Stretch Armstrong' Hits Theaters On April 11, 2014 But Not With Taylor Lautner; Relativity Producing Instead Of Universal

    2011 was the year of the great purge over at Universal. A sudden round of belt-tightening saw the studio put the brakes on a number of projects ("At The Mountains Of Madness" and "The Dark Tower" among the most high profile), but no relationship was cut more severely than the one...

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    VOD Review: Why Eugene Jarecki's War-On-Drugs Doc 'The House I Live In' Won the Grand Jury Prize

    VOD Review: Why Eugene Jarecki's War-On-Drugs Doc 'The House I Live In' Won the Grand Jury Prize

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    If You Missed It...Listen Now! S&A Podcast Show ("Red Tails," Spike Lee And "Half Of A Yellow Sun" Casting Controversy)

    We had an AWESOME podcast return yesterday!  The S&A crew (Tambay, Sergio, Monique, Emmanuel, Vanessa and Cynthia) covered the movie Red Tails as well as Spike Lee and his latest flick Red Hook Summer.  However, the subject generating some "heated" debate was the casting cont...

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