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    New Photos: Kevin Macdonald's 'The Eagle' Starring Channing Tatum & Jamie Bell

    Plus Two Television Spots From The FilmWith its release finally around the corner after being pushed back from a previously scheduled September bow, a batch of new photos and television spots have been unveiled for Kevin Macdonald's Roman epic "The Eagle" including new looks at Channing Tatum, Jamie...

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    Meet the 2011 Sundance Filmmakers | "Higher Ground" Director Vera Farmiga

    Charting one woman’s spiritual journey through life while exploring and embracing her own humanity, "Higher Ground" is that rare film that is rich in ideas but also charged with emotion.

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    Five New Albums Worth Your Dime

    Five New Albums Worth Your Dime

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    TV Review. Off the Map, Where Grey's Anatomy Collides With Lost

    The promos for Off the Map, the new ABC drama about doctors in a run-down clinic in a remote South American village, look like Grey’s Anatomy meets Lost, but I never imagined this disappointing clunker would really be that mashup. The series is executive produced by Grey's Shonda Rhimes and created ...

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    First Look: Zooey Deschanel, Rashida Jones, Elizabeth Banks & Emily Mortimer In 'My Idiot Brother'

    9 New Photos From The Paul Rudd Comedy Premiering At SundanceWith the film set to premiere later this month at Sundance, Jesse Peretz's star-driven comedy "My Idiot Brother" has launched an official website featuring the first look at the band of actresses playing the sisters of Paul Rudd's protagon...

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    A Survival Tale, From Print to Screen: Adapting "127 Hours."

    Many people are familiar with the amazing survival tale of Aron Ralston, the mountain climber whose life was irrevocably changed in 2003, when his arm became trapped under a boulder for five days until he managed to amputate it with a dull knife. Now the subject of Danny Boyle’s 127 Hours, an adapta...

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    Baz Luhrmann Considering Shooting 'The Great Gatsby' In 3D

    To some degree, it's no longer really a story when a big-name director decides to shoot a high-profile picture in 3D -- for the moment, at least, the format's becoming something of a standard for tentpoles, actioners and kids flicks, and it's arguably more significant when someone like Christopher N...

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    R.I.P. Peter Yates (1929-2011)

    Some sad news to start your week as four-time Oscar nominated director Peter Yates has died at the age of 82, following a long illness.

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    Oscar Watch: Netherlands - Tirza, directed by Rudolph van den Berg

    Tirza is considered a huge success as an art house film in The Netherlands. It has over 175.000 admissions, is based on a very succesful book by a very succesful writer Arnon Grunberg and the director is very well known. Tastes differ in different parts of the world, and that’s also good. The acade...

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    Weekend Box Office: 'True Grit,' 'Fockers' Defeat Nicolas Cage's Sleepytime Witch Adventure

    The deathmatch of 2010’s holiday season has spilled into the New Year, with “True Grit” and “Little Fockers” matching wits for the top spot at the box office. As projected, the Coen Brothers' western finally surpassed the lowest-common-denominator sequel, but it remains close, and it’s hard to forec...

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