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    Review: 'Voyage Of The Dawn Treader' Is A Cruise Ship To Inanity

    In “The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage Of The Dawn Treader,” we return to the Pevensie siblings and their adventures across the mystic lands. However, because the last film, “Prince Caspian,” didn’t exactly set the world on fire, we get everything at a discount: hence, instead of four Pevensies, w...

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    Chris Tucker Attached To Sale Of Spec Script 'The Rabbit'

    Cinemas have been free of Chris Tucker's glass shattering screech since 2007's "Rush Hour 3," but it looks like that may soon change.

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    Geoffrey Rush to Receive Royal Treatment at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival

    Geoffrey Rush is set to receive the Montecito Award at the 26th edition of the Santa Barbara International Film Festival. The tribute honoring the Academy Award winning actor will take place on January 31st at the Arlington Theatre.

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    Economist Film Project Selects Docs for PBS

    The Economist Magazine is launching a collaboration with PBS News Hour called The Economist Film Project. The year-long initiative, which starts in January, seeks to showcase thoughtful and provocative documentary films from around the world. The Economist will select short and feature length films from established and emerging filmmakers on subjects that are in line with the mag's interest in economics, the environment, social and human rights, government and politics, religion, media and culture. Selected film segments will air on PBS NewsHour and online for the following year, and will be put in context with related Economist articles. The...

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    Rumor: George Lucas May Digitally Recreate Dead Actors You Love In A Movie You'll Probably Hate

    Also, George Lucas Doesn't Understand Comedy (Duh)Update: A rep for LucasFilm has called reports a "false rumor."

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    The 50 Best Songs of 2010, Part 1

    I figured since the Grammy Awards announced their ever-lame nominations last weekend, it was a signal I could begin one of my very favourite annual blog entries... a countdown of the best songs of the year. I've been geekily doing this for at least 13 years, as a I-clearly-take-this-way-too-serious...

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    Jane Austen Fight Club

    We've seen Valley Girls and Pride & Prejudice and Zombies. Here's a new twist on the Jane Austen genre: Jane Austen Fight Club:

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    Watch: Teaser Trailer For New Santa Tale 'Arthur Christmas'

    Even though it's not set to hit theaters until the holiday season next year, Sony has dropped an early look at the upcoming 3D animated co-production with Aardman, "Arthur Christmas."

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    The 10 Greatest Hits Of The Randy & Evi Quaid Vanity Fair Profile

    If you haven't been following the crazy (and kind of amazing) trainwreck story of the life of actor Randy Quaid and his wife Evi, you pretty much have to ask yourself why. The Quaids have been on the wrong end of the headlines since September 2009 when they were arrested in Texas for allegedly defrauding an innkeeper, burglary, and conspiracy in California. Their troubles actually started to begin further back in 2007 when Quaid's erratic behavior got him fired from "Lone Star Love," a Western-themed stage play adaptation of Shakespeare's The Merry Wives of Windsor, in which Quaid played the lead role of Falstaff (he was banned for life by th...

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    Neill Blomkamp Will Reteam With Sharlto Copley For 'Elysium,' Seeking Cast & Distribution

    It's been pretty common knowledge since the beginning of the year that Neill Blomkamp was planning to follow the massive success of "District 9" not with a sequel or as was erroneously rumored at one time, "The Hobbit," but with a project of his own creation called "Elysium."

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