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    Eugene Hernandez: Nadie Sabe Nada

    Sao Paulo, Brazil, August 23, 2009 -- The scene: A middle-aged man steps into a row of a fading, empty movie theater. He sits down, pauses for a moment then gets up and moves one seat to his right. He does the same thing again before settling on a spot. As it turns out, he's not about to watch a mov...

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    Here's the 'Avatar' Trailer

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    A.O. Scott on 'The Conversation'

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    Tarantino's Inglourious Basterds Opens Strong

    Quentin Tarantino's Inglourious Basterds opened strong Friday night, raking in an estimated $14.3 million. (We'll see how it holds.) Reviews were mixed, 69 on Metacritic. Richard Corliss, Roger Ebert and Jim Hoberman were thumbs up on this cinephile's fantasy, while Ken Turan, David Denby and Manohl...

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    Avatar Day

    James Cameron himself wasn't happy that the Avatar online trailer preceded the Avatar Day IMAX 3-D screenings on Friday. The reason that happened, according to Fox, is that the trailer went out at the same time as the first 10 AM screenings in New Zealand Tokyo on the other side of the world. It was...

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    "Basterds" Heading For Tarantino Record Opening

    According to estimates, Quentin Tarantino's "Inglourious Basterds" is on track to exceed expectations, becoming the director's best debut weekend. The film - starring Brad Pitt, Eli Roth, Diane Kruger and screen stealer Christoph Waltz - grossed an estimated $14,350,000 Friday night, averaging $4,5...

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    Paramount Pushes Shutter Island to February

    In a startling reveal of how dire studio financials have become in this recession, Paramount made a swift and surgical move to trim its year-end budget. Marketing meetings took place last week for Martin Scorsese's Shutter Island, based on the Dennis Lehane novel and starring Leonardo DiCaprio. Runn...

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    'Sex' Sells Short Films Online

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