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    "I Will Follow" on DVD August 23rd! Pre-order on Amazon

    Ava DuVernay's critically acclaimed first narrative feature film, I Will Follow, gets a DVD release on the 23rd of this month. The film has been covered substantially at S&A.

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    Watch: Bikini & Butt Is Bait In 'Shark Night 3D' Clip; 'Arena' May Be The Worst Sam Jackson Pic Yet

    It's Monday, the beginning of August and another long work week so here's some pulp nonsense to rest your brain with.

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    Marvel Moves Ahead With 'Doctor Strange' As Script By Thomas Donnelly & Joshua Oppenheimer Handed In

    You may have missed this bit of news during the blitzkrieg of Comic-Con, but Edgar Wright and Joe Cornish finished their long-gestating script for "Ant-Man," submitted it before they hit San Diego and have even done some preliminary concept work. Now, another long, long awaited comic adaptation is t...

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    Moving Fest Slots For Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, J. Edgar; Young Adult Bypasses Circuit

    Here's the new poster for Tomas Alfredson's Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, which Focus Features is opening November 18 after its debut in Venice, which is timed before its European release in September. That's the reason why the film isn't in the Toronto Film Fest line-up. There's speculation that the f...

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    Can You Name The Rising Young Stars We Should Keep An Eye On? (Survey)

    We don't often get to profile young talent as much as we would like but with all the buzz surrounding Attack The Block's John Boyega--Tambay compared him to a young Denzel Washington--I wondered about some of the kiddies we should be following. So I wanted to pose the question to you. Can you name...

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    Joe Cornish, Justin Lin & Nicolas Winding Refn Join John Moore On Shortlist For 'Die Hard 5'

    Over the weekend, word cropped up that Noam Murro, previously attached to direct the forever gestating "Die Hard 5" had left the project to focus on "300: Battle Of Artemisia" with John Moore (“Behind Enemy Lines,” “Max Payne”) as a contender to take his place. Well, he's going to be facing some sti...

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    Cannes 2011 Ingenious Thievery Entry "Play" Is 1 Of 3 Films Competing For 2011 LUX Prize

    The European Parliament has officially announced the three European feature films that will compete for this year's LUX Prize; and one of those 3 films is the Swedish feature titled, simply, Play, which screened in the Quinzaine des Réalisateurs (Directors' Fortnight) section of the 2011 Cannes Film...

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    Watch: Trailer For Tale Of Long Distance Love 'Like Crazy' Starring Anton Yelchin & Felicity Jones

    Young love is already a frenzied cauldron of emotions, but young long distance love is whole other kettle of fish (or ball of wax) with geographic and heartache adding another sense of heightened feeling to a relationship. And so enters the Sundance hit "Like Crazy," the low key romancer starring An...

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    "Koran by Heart" Offers So Much More Than the Usual Competition Documentary

    Greg Barker's "Koran by Heart" is the latest in an ongoing stream of competition documentaries out this year. But calling it "'Spellbound' in Arabic," as Variety's John Anderson has done, is way too simple and obvious. Anderson does at least acknowledge in his review that the comparison, quoted slightly out of context for the marketing of the film, is indeed only the "shorthand" response. Even Barker claims it is "a competition film, first and foremost," but his doc goes above and beyond that genre, providing audiences with much to consider about the transnational compass of Islam, the followers of which are united by a religious text but may...

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    First Look At Color & Black & White Photos From Madonna's 'W.E.'

    Update: Photos removed by the request of the Weinstein Company. Update 2: 1 photo back up at the TIFF site.

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