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    The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel—movie review

    When a film has a dream cast led by Judi Dench, Tom Wilkinson, Maggie Smith, and Bill Nighy, you can’t go far wrong, and that is exactly the case with Ol Parker’s adaptation of the novel by prolific British television and screenwriter Deborah Moggach, whose credits include the 2005 version of 'Pride...

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    Kellan Lutz & Spencer Locke Are Your New Tarzan & Jane Now

    We've come a long way since Johnny Weismuller (look him up kids). It's the new millenium and we're gonna get a new Tarzan and Jane to swing on a vine into the multiplex.

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    AMC Greenlights Pilots for Two New Crime and Legal Series

    Six proposed series were vying for AMC's consideration a few weeks ago -- and now the network's announced that two of them have been greenlit to pilot.

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    Watch: New Trailer For 'The Amazing Spider-Man' Arrives And Spins A New Web

    With "The Avengers" already in theaters and crushing the box office, and with Christopher Nolan's "The Dark Knight Rises" looking to deliver the epic finale everyone is hoping for, can Sony's "The Amazing Spider-Man" make it three-for-three? Well, the newest (an...

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    "We're Doing The Movie": Peter Berg & Connie Britton Say 'Friday Night Lights' Film Is A Go

    Last summer fans of Texas football, and more specifically, the series "Friday Night Lights," got some hope that there was more to come. Peter Berg revealed that he wanted to get a feature film off the ground centered on Kyle Chandler and Connie Britton picking up where the final episode of the show ...

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    Let's Discuss New Forms Of Content Exhibition vs Old? Where & How Are You Watching?

    I like to do this once in every year or so, just just gauge any shifts in trends... 

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    "Under African Skies" (On The Controversy In Making Paul Simon's "Graceland") Gets Theatrical

    The 2012 Sundance documentary Under African Skies, Joe Berlinger's Paul Simon/Graceland project, which follows all sides of the complex story behind the artistic, political and commercial divide of Simon's historic album, is getting a limited theatrical release, opening next week, May 1...

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    Sharlto Copley To Play King Stefan In 'Maleficent' With Angelina Jolie

    Damn, Sharlto Copley isn't wasting any time filling up his calendar. Currently off shooting the thriller "Open Grave" and set to team up with Spike Lee this fall for the "Oldboy" remake, it looks like he's going to sandwich a good old-fashioned blockbuster in ri...

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    Preview "Rollaball" - Feature Doc In Production About Ghana’s Skate Soccer Team

    Produced by Steven Markovitz (he also produced Viva Riva!), and directed by Eddie Edwards, Rollaball is a feature-length documentary about Ghana’s skate soccer team, the Rolling Rockets, who play a skateboard-inspired version of soccer adapted to suit their disability.

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    Oscilloscope President David Fenkel Shifts to Consulting Role; Dan Berger and David Laub Take Over

    Oscilloscope Laboratories president David Fenkel will move into a consulting role, the company announced Thursday, while lieutenants Dan Berger and David Laub will take over all marketing, distribution and acquisitions duties.

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