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  • Shadow and Act
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    Despite Flops, Studios Still Want Eddie Murphy. Why? (An Analogy You'll Love)

    Found this old piece on the New York Times website, though still thought it relevant today, in light of recent Eddie Murphy *events.*

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    'The Cabin in the Woods' Review, Whedon & Goddard Talk, Latest Snarky Clip

    Lionsgate acquisitions chief Jason Constantine rescued horror comedy "The Cabin in the Woods," co-written by producer Joss Whedon ("The Avengers") and rookie director Drew Goddard, from post-MGM limbo. (Lionsgate paid considerably less for worldwide rights than the $41 million MGM shelled out to mak...

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    First Look At Jennifer Lawrence & Bradley Cooper In Susanne Bier's Depression-Era Drama 'Serena'

    It seems that Jennifer Lawrence can't get out of the woods. She made her name with a breakthrough performance in the Southern Gothic tinged "Winter's Bone," and is currently hunting children to the tune of major box office dollars in "The Hunger Games." And before she hea...

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    Review: 'L!fe Happens' One Tiresome Subplot At A Time, None Of Them Worthwhile

    In a recent New York Times profile by Margy Rochlin, Krysten Ritter, ex-model and co-writer/star of “L!fe Happens,” talks about the film as her labor of love. She flinches when mixed reviews are mentioned, claiming the film “shouldn’t be reviewed” and “All that anybody should say about this film is ...

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  • The Playlist
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    New Looks At Daniel Craig, Ralph Fiennes & Naomie Harris In Bond Film 'Skyfall'

    Listen, we know the new Daniel Craig-led Bond series is grittier, more realistic and sober than the past incarnations, but if these new images from "Skyfall" are any indication, this is the most morose the world's most famous secret agent has ever been. Would it kill him to smirk?

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    Take A Peek At The Strange-Looking Cars In Michel Gondry's 'Mood Indigo'

    Michel Gondry's "Mood Indigo" certainly isn't lacking in eccentricity. The film, which is now rolling in front of cameras, is based on Boris Vian's 1947 novel, "L'Ecume des jours," and tells the tale of Colin (Romain Duris), the wealthy inventor of an olfactory mu...

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    Film Movement Takes 'Hilter's Children' for North American Theatrical & VOD Release

    Film Movement has taken North American rights to Israeli documentary, "Hitler's Children" from director Chanoch Ze'evi.

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    Stoner Comedy "Budz House" Gets Official Trailer + Poster + Theatrical Release Date

    A project we first alerted you to last fall, now has an official trailer and, maybe surprisingly, is getting a theatrical release to boot!

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    Escalation in the American Action Film

    American action films have gotten too big for their athletic-fit britches.

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    New Pics Of Bill Murray, Bruce Willis, Jason Schwartzman, The Kids & More In 'Moonrise Kingdom'

    We've deconstructed the trailer, explored the influences on the film as revealed yesterday by Wes Anderson and generally been a bit impatient for his latest, "Moonrise Kingdom," but this batch of new images should hold us over quite well.

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