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    Watch: Promisingly Spooky Trailer For Daniel Radcliffe's 'The Woman In Black'

    Well, it's all over. Harry Potter has cast his last spell and Daniel Radcliffe, after spending a decade with the character, now has to get on with the rest of his career. The transition out of a mega-franchise can be difficult (please see Sean Astin), but Radcliffe has made a smart first step, optin...

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    Alejandro González Iñárritu To Helm Period Revenge-Actioner 'The Revenant'

    After failed iterations of the project that featured Park Chan-wook and Samuel L. Jackson and another version with John Hillcoat and Christian Bale, Warner Bros.' adaptation of Michael Punke's period revenge-actioner "The Revenant" has now found itself another top notch director.

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    Trailer Watch: Daniel Radcliffe in Upcoming Thriller The Woman in Black

    Creepy children (in the pinafore-dress style of the twins from The Shining), innocent yet terrifying. Creaking Victorian House, dusty mechanical toys with minds of their own, and blood-splattered wall-paper--oh my!

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    John Sayles Talks The Politics Of 'Amigo' & Working With A Filipino Cast

    John Sayles' latest feature, "Amigo," is an intriguing moral fable, marrying historical narrative with a fictionalized tale that takes us on an emotional journey with those on both sides of a conflict. The background is the Philippine–American War of the early 20th century, a well-documented but not widely known (it certainly was skimmed over in our history classes) attempt to "win hearts and minds" of Filipinos. The "amigo" of the title refers to Rafael (Joel Torre), a cabeza (head) of a barrio whose initially envious position becomes his downfall when the Americans unceremoniously occupy the village and attempt to root out guerilla fighters...

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    Oscar Watch: Sony Pictures Classics Boasts Strong Fall Line-up; Midnight in Paris Stays in Theaters

    Sony Pictures Classics is having a good year. Woody Allen's Midnight in Paris is not only the most successful Woody Allen movie ever ($49 million domestic and counting), it's the only movie to play all summer long. After its successful launch May 20 after opening Cannes, co-president Tom Bernard ref...

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    Jennifer Lawrence To Sing "Rue's Lullaby" On 'The Hunger Games' Soundtrack

    "The Hunger Games" will be a test of sorts for Jennifer Lawrence. Expectations are running high for the franchise film -- which already has a sequel dated for November 22, 2013 -- and will also be the the first time the young actress is toplining a tentpole. The success of the brewing series will la...

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    Are African Americans Capable Of Tolerating Cinema That Questions Our POV Of Ourselves As A Race?

    The Realist Tendency in African-American Film Aesthetics (Part one)

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    Michael Gracey To Direct Hugh Jackman Musical 'The Greatest Showman On Earth'

    We just got some whiplash turning around to look in the archives, but it looks like a long-ago mooted Hugh Jackman musical -- that we figured was left buried in the sands of time -- is still very much alive.

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    Jonah Hill Going On A 'Neighborhood Watch'

    Updated: Reps for Jonah Hill confirm his involvement in this film.

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    The Ultimate "Castor Oil" Movie "The Great Debaters" Finally Gets A U.K. Release

    No need to rehash by what I mean by a "Castor Oil" movie. You can read what I wrote (and so brilliantly if I do say so) about that right HERE; but the definitive example of that term will finally make its UK premiere, though not in theaters.

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