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    Small Screen (DVD/Blu-ray): "Waiting for Superman," Woody Allen's Latest and "Last Tango" in Hi-Def

    This week on DVD and Blu-ray the American public education system is put under a microscope, Woody Allens returns to London and "Last Tango in Paris" dances into Hi-Def.

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    Michelle Pfeiffer In Talks For Tim Burton's 'Dark Shadows'; Helena Bonham Carter Also Eyeing Role

    Update: Deadline reports that, while talks haven't formally begun, Helena Bonham Carter is expected to play "Hoffman, a specialist in psychology and rare blood disorders who moves into Collinwood." She becomes an ally to Barnabas and may even be able to cure his thirst for blood.

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    Watch: New Trailer For 'Last Night' Starring Sam Worthington & Keira Knightley

    Update: Apple has dropped the HD version of the trailer. Check it out after the jump.

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    Wentworth Miller To Star In Black List Dramedy 'Analog'

    While "Prison Break" star Wentworth Miller hasn't quite established an acting career to go along with his fancypants name, he's becoming someone to watch on the screenwriting front. Under his nom de plume Ted Foulke, he penned "Stoker" which has quickly attracted Park Chan-Wook ("Oldboy") to direct ...

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    Paul Walker To Star In Fred Durst's 'Pawn Shop Chronicles'

    While much of the populace still harbors residual resentment and ill-will towards musician/filmmaker Fred Durst for his rap-rock tresspasses and early aughts omnipresence, the Limp Bizkit frontman has undeniably contributed to modern cinema in a film that is already being considered a contemporary c...

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    Nick Cassavetes To Direct 'Traffic'-Like Biopic On Rick Ross

    Former Dealer Claims He's Talked To Leonardo DiCaprio & Mark Wahlberg About Acting In & Producing The FilmReuters is reporting that Nick Cassavetes is gearing up to direct a film about Rick Ross, the famed Miami based drug dealer that also inspired the name of the hip hop artist you know and love.

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    Music Box Acquires Sundance's "Bobby Fischer"

    Music Box Films has acquired Liz Garbus's "Bobby Fischer Against The World," which screened in Sundance's new Documentary Premieres section last month. The HBO Documentary Films & LM Media Production will premiere on HBO, followed by a theatrical release by Music Box. Music Box acquired all US Thea...

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    First Poster For Lone Scherfig's Rom-Com 'One Day' Starring Anne Hathaway & Jim Sturgess

    Valentine's Day has come and gone for another year, and workplaces are buzzing with what everyone got up to last night. Rom-com marathons on your own at home, candlelit champagne dinners out with a loved one, or something in between -- in this writer's case, an evening spent in a dingy hotel room wi...

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    REVIEW | One Death, Many Lives in Matt Porterfield's "Putty Hill"

    The first impression created by Matt Porterfield's "Putty Hill" is that of an abandoned world. Against a silent backdrop, the filmmaker displays the vacant rooms of a creaky house in suburban Maryland, where a young man has recently died. In subsequent scenes, Porterfield builds on that haunting disconnect between reality and the emptiness caused by one individual's abrupt departure from it. Elsewhere, a group of paintball fighters dash through the woods; obscured by protective masks, their identities are indistinguishable. That literal anonymity mirrors the way characters in "Putty Hill" constantly hide their feelings, until Porterfield's ca...

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    The Weinstein Company Acquire Ralph Fiennes' 'Coriolanus'; Actor May Adapt 'Antony & Cleopatra' Next

    The Berlin Film Festival is firmly underway, and yesterday saw the first big high-profile premiere of the Berlinale; namely, Ralph Fiennes' adaptation of Shakespeare's "Coriolanus." Debuting yesterday to mostly strong reviews, it looks as though Fiennes' contemporary re-up of the play, originally se...

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