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    In Theaters: 'The Lorax' Stands Up To 'Project X,' 'Being Flynn' & 'Tim And Eric's Billion Dollar Movie'

    Have we all recovered from the Oscars? I'm still steamed about Billy Crystal's blackface, but really, it's the horrible, groan-inducing jokes that were the most offensive of all. I just like to fantasize about the Tilda/Charlize/Fassbender crazy Oscar party they must have had together. T...

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    Sneak Pics - Malcolm-Jamal Warner To Reprise Guest Role When "Community" Returns To NBC This Month

    When NBC's Community returns to that network's line-up on March 15, look for Malcolm-Jamal Warner to also return as the character Andre, ex-husband of show-regular Yvette Nicole Brown's character, Shirley.

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    Talking 'Bully' With Director Lee Hirsch and Producer Cynthia Lowen

    Filmed a while back -- previous to all this MPAA hoo-haa that is hopefully bringing a silver lining in all the attention its giving this important documentary -- I sat down with "Bully" director Lee Hirsch and producer Cynthia Lowen:

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    We Need to Talk About This Pull Quote

    "So many great things happening?" In a movie about a psycho killer?

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    Weekend Preview: Head Down Under, With Limited Releases 'Boy' and 'The Snowtown Murders'

    There's quite a variety of new releases at the box office this weekend, from Robert Pattinson's "Bel Ami" and the animated "Dr. Seuss' The Lorax" to "Boy" from New Zealand and "The Snowtown Murders" from Australia...

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    Jake Gyllenhaal & Michael Peña Will Go On 'End Of Watch' On Sept. 28th; 'On The Road' Hits U.K. Cinemas Sept. 21st

    If there's one thing David Ayer knows, it's cops. As a writer and/or director he's been behind "Training Day," "Dark Blue," "S.W.A.T." and now the upcoming "End Of Watch," which is getting ready for a fall release.

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    In Their Own Words: Don Argott & Demian Fenton Share a Scene from 'Last Days Here'

    The interesting thing about "Last Days Here" is that our main characters really have two separate visions for the future. Pellet envisions a sort of musical redemption for Bobby -- one final, glorious performance before he keels over from the toll that sex, drugs and rock-n-roll have taken. Bobby, m...

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    From the Wire: Ebert on 'Tim and Eric's Billion Dollar Movie'

    Just one-half star for all that shrim? And is "Tim and Eric" the most divisive movie of the year so far?

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    What to See, What to Skip: New Reviews this Week

    The biggest new release this week is surely the animated adaption of the the Dr. Seuss environmental allegory "The Lorax." If you're looking for something graphically different, there's the release of the true Australian serial killer story "The Snowtown Murders"; what sounds like Robert De Niro's ...

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    How Big Will The Hunger Games Open?

    The news is that this week when The Hunger Games came onto the pre release tracking (which is what the studios use to gauge awareness and desire to see a film) it was huge - so huge that experts are saying it could open between $70 and $100 million.

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