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    Trailer Watch - Samuel L. Jackson As Nick Fury In "The Avengers"

    O.K. all you comic book geek, coke-bottle-glasses-wearing, never-been-laid nerds out there (OOOOOOOOOOOH they it HATE when I call them that- And they only hate it because it's TRUE!) Here's the first trailer for The Avengers, the ultimate wet dream comic book movie if ever there was one.

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    "The Perfect Gift" With Ruben Studdard Coming Out On DVD

    In case you've been lying awake in bed at nights wondering whatever happened to the really really big fat guy who won American Idol a few years ago - Ruben Studdard - you can now set your mind at ease. Studdard will be seen in the straight-to-DVD release titled The Perfect Gift, coming out on Novemb...

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    "Atmen" and "Michael" Among European Film Awards' 2011 European Discovery Nominees

    The 24th European Film Awards has released the nominees for this year's European Discovery award, which is given annually to an up-and-coming director for his/her first feature film. Among the nominees are Markus Schleinzer's "Michael" and Karl Markovics' "Atmen."

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    'Primer' Director Shane Carruth Prepping New Film ' Upstream Color' To Shoot In 2012

    It has been seven years since Shane Carruth's low budget "Primer" arrived and blew the minds of hard sci-fi nuts. The twisty brain bender put Carruth on the map as one of the most promising voices in the genre, but he hasn't a made a film since. Last year, fresh buzz surrounded the helmer when a website popped up for a project entitled "A Topiary," which Carruth was trying to get off the ground. At the time his pal Rian Johnson tweeted, "[Carruth] has a mind-blowing sci-fi script. Let's all pray to the movie-gods that he gets it made soon." Unfortunately that was the last we heard about it and while Carruth got a gig doing effects work on "Lo...

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    Michael Fassbender & Steve McQueen Reteam For '12 Years A Slave' With Chiwetel Ejiofor

    Look out Quentin Tarantino, there's a new slavery movie in town...

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    HBO Films Backs Steven Soderbergh's Liberace Pic 'Behind The Candelabra'; Set For Summer 2012 Shoot

    While Steven Soderbergh has never been busier -- "Contagion" hit theaters last month, "Magic Mike" is now shooting and "Haywire" will hit theaters in early 2012 -- he's gained even more attention since reports of his impending hiatus/retirement. But don't worry, he's not going anywhere anytime soon,...

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    Watch Teaser Clip For Horror Short "House Call" Written and Directed By S&A Regular “Zeus”

    Erik L. Wilson AKA Zeus, long time reader and commenter, just sent me a new teaser clip for House Call. His horror short was profiled back in July by Tambay and was received with several positive responses from you guys.

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    NYFF Early Reviews for 3-D Hugo: Cinephiles Are Delighted by Scorsese's Love Letter to Film

    The reason that Paramount screened Martin Scorsese’s work-in-progress 3-D Hugo as the New York Film Festival's Monday night’s mystery screening, without completed effects or a final score (by Howard Shore) is that it’s a cinephile’s dream. The NYFF audience couldn’t have been a more receptive crowd....

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    Mondo Poster Fever: It’s No Mystery

    I feel privileged to have participated in Mondo’s Mystery Movie weekend at the New Beverly Theater on Saturday night. For non Angelenos I should explain that the Beverly is the last full-time revival theater in L.A. It was acquired several years ago by its biggest fan and booster, Quentin Tarantino,...

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