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    Sundance's "Tyrannosaur" Heads To Strand; D Films

    Paddy Considine's well-received directorial debut "Tyrannosaur" has been picked up for release in the U.S. and Canada out of the European Film Market. Protagonist Pictures announced that Strand Releasing will release the film in the U.S., and D Films will handle Canada.

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    NYC's Film Society of Lincoln Center Presents Awesome Soviet Western Series

    Soviet Westerns? That sounds awesome.

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    Tom Cruise Signs On For 'Rock Of Ages,' Will Sing Bon Jovi

    Finally. After months and months of all sorts of names being linked to "Rock Of Ages," the biggest one of them all has finally signed on marking the first actual casting for the film.

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    Wayne Wang To Direct Albert Einstein Biopic

    Wayne Wang's career has certainly been eclectic. He broke through with a trifecta of critical and arthouse faves with "The Joy Luck Club," "Smoke" and "Blue In The Face" but he's also taken big swings into broad mainstream fare ("Maid In Manhattan," "Last Holiday") while still taking chances on ambi...

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    Review: 'Gnomeo And Juliet' And The Existential Plight Of The Lawn Gnome

    In the "Toy Story" movies, though credibility was strained, an effort was made to keep humanity in the dark about the existence of toys that move on their own. Because of the lack of actual damage done, and with a certain ambiguity towards their adventures, there was no need to question the actual e...

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    Antoine Fuqua's 'Tupac' Moving Ahead, Will Shoot Late Spring/Early Summer

    Looks like some PR reps were playing their cards very close to the chest. Last month, some rumors began circulating about Antoine Fuqua's gestating biopic of rapper Tupac Shakur with an April start date being whispered for the film. We made some inquiries and were told an April production start for ...

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    New Images From Wong Kar-Wai's 'The Grandmasters'

    Our love for Wong Kar-Wai knows almost no bounds, even if the director's been slightly off his game in the last few years ("2046" has some defenders on staff, "My Blueberry Nights" not so much), so there's no question that his new film, the long-awaited "The Grandmasters," is one of our most anticip...

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    Tarsem's 'Snow White' Will Beat 'Huntsman' To Screens With June 29, 2012 Release Date

    'Clash Of The Titans' Sequel Will Square Off Against 'Hunger Games' On March 30, 2012For every big movie that shifts its release date, there's a studio across town panicked by the move. With a jam-packed couple of years ahead, every slight change in the calendar has domino-like ramifications; for in...

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    "Justin Bieber: Never Say Never" is a Necessary, Dazzling Episode in the History of Pop

    I feel bad for any critics who had to see the expressly inspirational, spectacularly feel-good pop chronicle “Justin Bieber: Never Say Never” in a studio screening room, joined solely by fellow representatives of the press. The proper way to watch this new, knowingly necessary 3D documentary is -- as I viewed it -- in a multiplex theater full of screaming and cheering purple-clad fans. Most of who were waving glow sticks and singing along during the concert numbers and booing Miley Cyrus and taking flash photos of the screen (presumably to prove they’d been there, as if it were a live event rather than just a filmed and edited replay). Sure,...

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    'Captain America' Writers Hired Back For Sequel; Bryan Singer Hints At 'First Class' Followup

    Marvel is wasting no time on the continued expansion of their onscreen universe, and they've got a lot of projects on the go, but they must like what they're seeing in "Captain America: The First Avenger" as Latino Review reports that writers Stephen McFeely and Christopher Markus, have been hired back to pen a sequel. Man, they really want to crank these things out. While there were some whispers that McFeely and Markus had their work punched up by Joss Whedon, the extent of that (if it happened) is unknown and if we had to wager a guess, we'd say that Whedon might've been merely been doing continuity touch-ups to allow "Captain America" to ...

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