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    Review: Worst. Emmys. Ever? (UPDATED with Video)

    By my count there were about five entertaining minutes out of three hours on last night’s Emmy show. I admit, I’m math challenged so I may be off by a minute or two, but I promise, no more than that.

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    Where Do We Go Now? Wins Audience Award at Toronto Festival

    Where Do We Go Now? written and directed by Nadine Labaki was the first film I saw in Toronto. As I wrote last week, it's a strong symbol of women sick and tired of the men fighting over nothing trying to make the peace in their small town in Lebanon.

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    Emmy Winners

    Thought that Jane Lynch did great. She's so funny.

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    Exclusive: Naturi Naughton On "The Playboy Club, "Notorious," & Black Actresses In Provocative Roles

    Sexy star, Naturi Naughton of NBC's new show The Playboy Club teases us with some insight into her character, Bunny Brenda! Check out part one of my chat with her after the jump!

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    TIFF Roundup 9/19 - Reviews Of Jennifer Hudson's Winnie Mandela Biopic Are In

    Your Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) daily for September 19th... although the festival screened its last film last night. Another TIFF wrapped up!

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  • The Playlist
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    'Book Of Mormon' Star Josh Gad Joins Stuart Blumberg's Sex-Addict Dramedy 'Thanks For Sharing'

    After what looks like a long run of one film or television cameo after another, Josh Gad's celebrated run as the geeky missionary in Trey Parker and Matt Stone's hit religious-satire Broadway musical "Book Of Mormon" seems to have caught the eye of casting agents.

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    Watch Painterly 1st Teaser Trailer For Andrea Arnold's "Wuthering Heights"

    Last week, Oscilloscope Laboratories picked up North American distribution rights to Andrea Arnold's adaptation of Wuthering Heights, with plans to release the film theatrically some time in 2012 (no specific period given), followed by DVD and VOD.

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    Albert Brooks Talks Drive, Comedy as Anger, Tweeting and Stanley Kubrick

    People often underestimate how good comedians can be as actors. Who knew Albert Brooks could play dark? Revered by a cadre of loyal followers for his riotous passive-aggressive romcom protagonists, Brooks’ turn as gangster Bernie Rose in Nicolas Winding Refn’s Drive dumbfounded many critics, who gav...

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    New Regency Picks Up Warren Beatty's Howard Hughes Film After Paramount Exits

    A bit of a sea change is in place for Warren Beatty's Howard Hughes film, his return to the scene after over a decade in the wilderness. After being announced as a Paramount project with studio head Brad Grey expressing their enthusiasm at reuniting with the great actor-director, the partnership has...

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  • Women and Hollywood
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    New Girl With The Dragon Tattoo Poster?

    I saw this on the site Female First. Could this be the new poster?

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