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    Jon Stewart On Mark Halperin's Obama-Bash

    When commentator Mark Halperin called President Obama a dick on Morning Joe – he quickly apologized on the show and was almost as quickly suspended by MSNBC – the incident caused a flap that Jon Stewart typically got to the heart of. Issues of journalistic decorum? Forget it; as Stewart says, that ...

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    Adrianne Palicki To Play Lady Jaye In 'G.I. Joe: Cobra Strikes,' Bruce Willis Eyed For Role Too

    'Star Trek 2' Confirmed To Have Slipped From Summer 2012The train for the "G.I. Joe" sequel "G.I. Joe: Cobra Strikes" keeps on barreling forward: it's only a few days since D.J. Cotrona and RZA came on board the pared-down, recast sequel to the 2009 toy adaptation, and now another no-offence-but-not...

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    Video Review Of "Transformers: Dark Of The Moon"

    I'd actually write a review of the film, but this short video from one of the UK's leading film critics Mark Kermode, pretty much sums up my experience; in a way, you could use it as a review for all of Michael Bay's movies :)

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    Biopic Of 'Twilight Zone' Creator Rod Serling In The Works

    One of the most recognizable classic TV figures is finally getting a biopic made about his strange and interesting life. Deadline reports that "The Twilight Zone" creator/producer/host Rod Serling will have his life story brought to the big screen. The iconic personality, who took sci-fi and fantasy...

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    movie review: Larry Crowne

    movie review: Larry Crowne

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    First Image From Steven Soderbergh's 'Haywire' Shows MMA Fighter Gina Carano...Firing A Gun

    It's been a bit of long and bumpy ride for Steven Soderbergh's lean, mean action pic "Haywire." First the movie went from Lionsgate to Relativity, and it was set up with an April 22nd release date. As the snow started melting, the movie was moved to late summer as fine tuning continued on the picture but then it was moved once more -- and finally -- to January 20, 2012. That might seem odd, but you have remember that "Contagion" just moved up a full month to a September 9th release and we'd wager that Soderbergh -- as well as Warner Bros. and Relativity -- wanted to make sure that there was breathing room between both pics (and the ever busy ...

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    Spike Lee: "Inside Man" Sequel isn't Happening + More...

    “I haven’t made a feature film in three years... Inside Man was my most successful film... But we can’t get the sequel made. And one thing Hollywood does well is sequels. The film’s not getting made. We tried many times. It’s not going to happen... But money is a big part of film, unlike a lot of ot...

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    Futuristic Takes On 'The Count Of Monte Cristo' And 'Heart Of Darkness' On The Way For Some Reason

    Ever since 1956's "Forbidden Planet" appropriated the plot of William Shakespeare's "The Tempest" for a space-set tale of killer robots, the easy solution to any over-done classic tale has been to move it into the future. "High Noon" in space? That's "Outland"! "Treasure Island" in space? "Treasure ...

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    Go See Azazel Jacobs' "Terri" -- Opening Today

    I have a film series in NYC. Courtesy of Nick Quested and Goldcrest, about once a month, I show a film I feel people need to support. I send emails to about 700 people to fill the 60 seat theater. It's free, although now I ask regulars to buy wine for the afterwards schmooze. The filmmakers have...

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    Good News/Bad News: 'X-Men: First Class' Blu-Ray/DVD Will Feature 13 (Short) Deleted Scenes

    "X-Men: First Class" has grossed $132 million since its June 3rd release, so why wouldn't 20th Century Fox start leaking details about the eventual Blu-ray/DVD release? According to Bleeding Cool, via Cinema Blend, the "First Class" Blu-ray and DVD will include 13 deleted scenes which is enough to m...

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