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    Hole Drummer Talks About Life With Kurt Cobain In 'Hit So Hard'; Grunge Icon Passed Away 18 Years Ago Today

    18 years ago today, on April 5, 1994, Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain passed away. You all know the story, voice of a generation, grunge icon, inadvertent music game-changer, Cobain committed suicide after grappling with depression and heroin addiction in the midst of a maelstrom of fame, there's n...

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    MPAA Grants PG-13 To "Bully" Without Cut of Crucial Scene

    After weeks of controversy surrounding its initial decision, the MPAA has lowered the rating for Lee Hirsch's doc "Bully" from an "R" to a "PG-13," The Weinstein Company has announced. 

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    Casey Affleck & Sam Shepard Confirmed For 'Out Of The Furnace' With Christian Bale & Zoe Saldana

    Things are heating up for "Out Of The Furnace" (sorry), as two more cast members are confirmed.

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    If Jeremy Renner Doesn’t Bag A Role In Ridley Scott’s ‘The Counselor’ He May Reteam With Scarlett Johansson On Broadway

    Yesterday the Hollywood Reporter released its cover story on Jeremy Renner. Three years ago the now-41 year old actor had toiled away in Hollywood obscurity, until he bagged his first Academy Award nomination for “The Hurt Locker” and at a time when barely anyone knew who he was.

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    'Animal Kingdom' Director David Michod Will Get Into 'The Rover' For His Next Film

    There is no doubt that after making a huge statement with "Animal Kingdom," that Hollywood would be interested in Australian director David Michod. He was wishlisted for the Irish-American cop drama "Once Were Cops" and there was likely more than one project studo execs wanted to send his way. Howev...

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    LHAAFF 2012 Preview - "Walk With Me" (A Portrait Of 3 Women, Theater, And Activism)

    An intriguing project 4 years in the making titled Walk With Me, directed by Tanisha Christie and Ellie Walton, it's set to make its world premiere at the Langston Hughes African American Film Festival (inaugural AFFRM partner) on April 22, 2012. 

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    Teaser Poster For Paul Schrader's 'The Canyons' Written By Bret Easton Ellis

    Well, it's still looking for a cast and not yet in front of cameras, but it looks like the team behind Paul Schrader's upcoming indie sexual thriller "The Canyons" is looking to get the buzz going a bit early.

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    At a 'Film Criticism Today' Panel, Thoughts on the Film Critic of Tomorrow

    A panel of prestigious writers convened in New York City this week to talk about the state of film criticism today.

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    Can 'Drunk History' Be Turned Into a TV Show That Does Its Concept Justice?

    Can 'Drunk History' Be Turned Into a TV Show That Does Its Concept Justice?

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    Watch: Daryl Wein and Zoe Lister-Jones Move On Up in 'Lola Versus' Trailer

    Filmmaking couple Daryl Wein and Zoe Lister-Jones are back after their relationship dramedy "Breaking Upwards," with another one that bears a lot of similarities, except for the fact that this time they're releasing a film via a studio (Fox Searchlight). What a difference three years m...

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