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    New Images From 'The Expendables 2,' 'The Bourne Legacy,' 'Dark Shadows,' 'G.I. Joe: Retaliation,' & More

    The summer movie season is only a few weeks away. Indeed, in some parts of the world, it's already underway. Due to the Euro 2012 football tournament, the rest of the world are getting several films, including "The Avengers" and "Prometheus" early, and many territories were u...

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    Emma Watson Sheds Hermione Look On Set Of Sofia Coppola's 'The Bling Ring,' Plus New Glimpse Of Johnny Depp From 'The Lone Ranger'

    Fly on the wall set photos have nearly replaced the studio publicity still entirely, and with two high-profile productions starring Emma Watson, Armie Hammer, and Johnny Depp lensing this past week, it’s no wonder a number of glimpses at their characters have promptly hit the web.

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    Pedro Almodovar Adds Mexican Actor Jose Maria Yazpik To Upcoming Rom-Com 'Brief Lovers'

    Pedro Almodovar thrilled audiences late last year with the twisted "The Skin I Live In" so we didn't expect to hear from him so soon but earlier this year, his brother and regular collaborator Agustin Almodovar revealed on Spanish radio that they were plotting a "witty comedy, wit...

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    'Mad Men': Pete Campbell Takes One to the Chin and Another to His Pride

    As Joan so astutely observed while patching up a bruised post-fight Lane, "Everyone in this office has wanted to do that to Pete Campbell." And in "Signal 30," last night's episode of "Mad Men" (named for a 1959 driving safety film that was a precursor to the "...

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    Outliers: 'Battleship'

    Outliers: 'Battleship'

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    Exclusive: Poster For The Prize Winning Ballet Documentary 'First Position'

    While "Black Swan" might have had more than it's fair share of tough love, physicality and mental and emotional pressure, Nina Sayers might not have anything on the young dancers featured in the upcoming documentary "First Position."

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    Gary Oldman To Return To Directing... For Live Stream Of Jack White Concert At Webster Hall

    It's now fifteen years since Gary Oldman directed a film. Indeed, he's only directed a single picture: 1997's outstanding, brutal "Nil By Mouth," and for whatever reason, has yet to mount a follow-up, although he's recently begun talking about a possible project involving a...

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    Kevin Kline on Shooting Independent Films, His Mumblecore Resentment and Making 'Darling Companion'

    Actor Kevin Kline has had a long career in Hollywood, but some of his greatest collaborations have been with director/writer Lawrence Kasdan. Together, the two have worked on six films including "The Big Chill," "Silverado," "I Love You to Death," "Grand Canyon,&qu...

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    Meet the 2012 Tribeca Filmmakers #29: 'Town of Runners' Director Jerry Rothwell

    Prior to becoming a documentary filmmaker, "Town of Runners" director Jerry Rothwell trained briefly in news before working for 15 years as a 'community video artist,' which enabled him to explore "people’s authorship of their own stories" and achieve "a deeper intimacy with its subjects over a long...

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    Guest Post: The Woman Who Wasn't There - A True Story

    Almost everyone has a 9/11 story.  They can describe where they were when the planes hit, when the towers collapsed, the days following.  I have one.  I was there.  I watched the second tower collapse standing on Greenwich Street in Lower Manhattan.

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