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    Marlon Wayans Returns To Network TV With New ABC Sitcom About Sibling Cops

    Deadline.com is reporting that actor/comedian Marlon Wayans is planning to make a return to the small screen in a new situational comedy for ABC Studios. Wayans wrote, will executive produce, and will star in the hybrid single/multi-camera comedy, which is in development at the network.

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    Short Starts: Watch John Hawkes Go Nuts in a Very Strange 1988 Butthole Surfers Film by Alex Winter

    Short Starts is a column devoted to kicking off the week with a short film, typically one tied to a new release. Today we look at an early performance by John Hawkes, star of “Martha Marcy May Marlene,” which opens in limited release this Friday.

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    Editor's Note...

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    HBO's "The Tuskegee Airmen" With Laurence Fishburne Coming Out On Blu-Ray DVD

    On the heels of the Blu-ray DVD release of The Josephine Baker Story from HBO Home Entertainment also comes news that the cable network's 1995 film The Tuskegee Airmen is also coming out the same day as the Baker film, on blu-ray DVD, January 17, 2012. No doubt HBO also timed the release to coincide...

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    Keanu Reeves' Directorial Debut ‘Man Of Tai Chi’ Will Start Shooting At The End Of The Year

    For the seven of you holding out for "Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure 3" -- sorry dudes.

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    Bryan Singer Says Death Of 'Excalibur' Has Allowed Him To Focus On Developing 'Battlestar Galactica'

    As you might remember, at one point both Guy Ritchie and Bryan Singer were chasing remakes of John Boorman's "Excalibur" over at Warner Bros, however during the summer, both projects were quietly killed by the studio. But speaking with SFX (via Punch Drunk Critics) Singer reveals that it was actuall...

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    NYFF: George Clooney & Alexander Payne Discuss The Notions Of Forgiveness In ‘The Descendants'

    Judy Greer, Beau Bridges, Robert Forster & The Entire Cast Of Payne’s New Dramedy Talk Film At New York Film FestivalThe New York Film Festival went out with a bang on its last day, Sunday, October 16. Not only did George Clooney make a surprise visit to the press conference of Alexander Payne’s new...

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    Aaron Eckhart To Play Beach Boys Member Dennis Wilson In Biopic 'The Drummer'

    At the end of last year, director Randall Miller and writer Jody Savin -- the duo behind the 2008 wine world comedy “Bottle Shock” -- announced they had begun development on two music centered movies. The first was an untitled film about the early days of American punk rock centered around the famed...

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    Watch: 'Hostel 3' Trailer Features Gratuitous Ass Shots & A Wheel Of Misfortune

    The "Hostel" franchise was never any great piece of cinematic art. It basically just got a bunch of attractive young people together and then tortured them all for our cinematic "pleasure." But as low rent as the series has been so far, the upcoming direct-to-DVD sequel is far more shallow and lame-...

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    The Reviews Are In & 'The Adventures Of Tintin' Is (Mostly) A Smash Success

    With Steven Spielberg's "The Adventures Of Tintin" set to open internationally in ten days, critics overseas are the first catch to the film and early reviews have started to trickle in. So, what's the word? Well, for the most part -- except for the typically crusty U.K. critics -- it looks like Spielberg has delivered one of the best pieces of pop-entertainment of his career. It seems the trailers and clips so far have just been a teaser to what appears to be a big, joyous slice of entertainment that contains sly references to film history (keep an eye out for a nod to Robert Bresson's "Pickpocket"), top notch motion-capture animation, some ...

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