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    'The Skin I Live In' Star Elena Anaya To Star Opposite Oscar Isaac In Jaume Collet-Serra Produced Thriller 'Inertia'

    Even without his longtime muse Penelope Cruz, Pedro Almodovar didn't miss a beat with actress Elena Anaya as his female lead in the Frankenstein-style tale "The Skin I Live In." The actress shined opposite a revived Antonio Banderas in an excellent role that sh...

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    Tribeca Trailer Watch: Billy Bates - Directed by Jennifer De Lia

    Tribeca Trailer Watch: Billy Bates - Directed by Jennifer De Lia

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    'Walking Dead' Writer Robert Kirkman's 'Thief of Thieves' Headed to AMC

    "The Walking Dead" is going well for AMC; the finale drawing in a record 9 million viewers. So it makes sense that the network's decided to double-down with the comic book's co-creator and writer Robert Kirkman.

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    Bane Goes Banking In New Images From 'The Dark Knight Rises'

    Yesterday, we got an eyefull with the "sensual" promo art highlighting Anne Hathaway's Catwoman, but today brings us some brand new looks at the actual movie, courtesy of Entertainment Weekly (scanned by Batman News), in what is likely the kick off to the last leg of the marketing campaign for "The ...

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    New Poster & Images From Sarah Polley's Romantic Drama 'Take This Waltz' Starring Michelle Williams & Seth Rogen

    It's been a long time coming, but this summer finally sees the theatrical release of Canadian actress-writer-director Sarah Polley's sophomore effort behind the camera, with the romantic drama "Take This Waltz." There's no lack of star power featured in Polley's film, with ...

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    VIDEO - Motion Studies #18: Los Angeles Plays Itself

    Thom Anderson's features Eadweard Muybridge, Zoopraxographer (1974), Red Hollywood (1996) and Los Angeles Plays Himself (2003) place him as a leading motion picture essayist and historian. Compiled from hundreds of clips from movies filmed in Los Angeles, Los Angeles Plays Itself explores the histor...

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    Whose Crazy Has The Most Truth? Joe Eszterhas & Mel Gibson Battle Spills Online With Anti-Semitic Slurs Leading The Charge

    Yesterday afternoon, it was reported that Mel Gibson's Jewish epic about Maccabee, the man who led a Jewish revolt against the Greek-Syrian armies that conquered Judea in the second century B.C., was put on hold at Warner Bros. because the script by Joe Eszterhas ("Basic Instinct," &qu...

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    SIMON SAYS: The Vulgarian Frontier: On The Three Stooges’ Patently Inconsistent Comedic Genius

    Now that "The Three Stooges," the new Farrelly brothers mediocrity, is just a day away from nationwide release, it’s very easy to misremember what made Larry Fine and Moe, Larry, Curly, and Shemp Howard’s routine so memorable.

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    Early 'Avengers' Reactions on Twitter All Extremely Positive

    As if nerds weren't looking forward to May 4 enough already.

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    Kevin Hart In Talks To Play Escaped Convict Turned College Frat Student in "Con Ed;" Will Packer Produces

    Kevin Hart is currently in negotiations with Alcon Entertainment to star in its long-in-gestation comedy Con Ed, directed by Drumline helmer Charles Stone III, who last directed 2004's baseball comedy Mr. 3000, which starred the late Bernie Mac.

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