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    brainwash, nyc

    An actual, full-sized NYC taxicab set inside giant Matchbox packaging is among the items on display at ICONS, the New York City exhibit from Mr. Brainwash that fills some 15,000 square feet on West 13th St. in Manhattan's Meat Packing District.

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    Blonde and Dangerous.

    Blonde and Dangerous.

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    Swamp Thing

    Swamp Thing

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    Before There Was "Dinner for Schmucks" There Was "Dogfight"

    "Dinner for Schmucks" may have officially been based on the French film "The Dinner Game," but when I first heard about the plot, I immediately thought of "Dogfight." The 1991 drama, directed by Nancy Savoca ("If These Walls Could Talk"), stars River Phoenix in one of his last major roles and Lili T...

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    Trades: Tutor & Co. Buy Miramax

    Trades: Tutor & Co. Buy Miramax

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    Sad But True: Miramax is Dead

    It's a sad day. Miramax is no more.

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    Relativity Media's Rogue Pacts with New Virgin Production Arm

    Wasting no time, Ryan Kavanaugh's Relativity Media, having acquired Universal's Rogue label and Overture's distribution and marketing divisions, has pacted with Richard Branson's Virgin Group, which has formed a new film and television production arm. The next step for Relativity may be going public...

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    Robert Duvall, Due for Another Oscar, Talks Get Low

    Get Low opens Friday, almost a year after its debut at the Toronto International Film Festival, where it was one of the few movies to pop out as a winner. Sure enough, Sony Pictures Classics scooped up the unpretentious rural drama, which showcases veteran actor's actor Robert Duvall in a finely-tun...

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    Comic-Con: Green Lantern Reads The Oath

    One of the memorable moments at the Con came during the Warner Bros. panel, when Ryan Reynolds delivered the Green Lantern oath for a young fan. While I remain cool toward this project--for whatever reason, Green Lantern (which peaked in the 40s and 50s) never made an impact on me--the interaction b...

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    Charlie St. Cloud: Early Film Reviews

    Charlie St. Cloud opens Friday; early reviews are ice cold on Zac Efron's return to pretty-boy form. The PG-13 weepy is "Lovely Bones Lite," reviewers write, a too-sentimental fantasy.

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