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    Woody Allen Changes Confusing Title 'Bop Decameron' To Still Confusing 'Nero Fiddled'

    Oh, And It's Not Based On Boccaccio’s NovellasApparently, Woody Allen's forthcoming, Italy set "Bop Decameron" was too confusing for some people, so the jazz loving, Euro hopping director has gone ahead and changed it to something worse, and still baffling. His next movie will now be called: "Nero F...

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    Watch The Latest Episodes Of The Webseries "Black Folk Don't..."

    Here are the latest episodes of a fun webseries we've been following, Black Folk Don't... The documentary series, created by filmmaker Angela Tucker, conveys the phrase “Black folk don’t” as an anecdotal idea and concept based on negative stereotypes. However, the argu...

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    'The Kids Are All Right' To Become A TV Series On HBO

    The movie-to-TV train continues in full force this year and following in the footsteps of "The Transporter,” “The Lincoln Lawyer,” “Anger Management” and most recently, "Source Code" another film -- albeit one quite different from this list -- is now getting the small screen treatment.

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    Horror Maestro Tom Savini Joins 'Django Unchained' As Elvis Brittle

    With Jamie Foxx, Leonardo DiCaprio and Christoph Waltz in the lead roles of "Django Unchained," Quentin Tarantino can pretty much cast whoever the fuck he wants in the rest of the movie, so no surprise he's been favoring smaller/forgotten/veteran/cult names for the rest of the parts. And now he's ad...

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    Damien Echols Of The "West Memphis Three” To Appear In 'The Hobbit'?

    After years behind bars, and in the wake of support from three eye-opening documentaries by directors Joe Berlinger and Bruce Sinofsky, and celebrity support and awareness from folks like Eddie Vedder, Johnny Depp and Henry Rollins, the West Memphis Three -- Damien Echols, Jessie Misskelley, Jr. and Jason Baldwin were finally freed this summer. Though technically still convicted of murder thanks to the Alford plea deal, the trio were helped in no small part by the quiet efforts of Peter Jackson and Fran Walsh who had for years been funding further investigations to help clear their names. And while the future is still a mystery for the WM3 at...

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    Holly Robinson-Peete To Star In CBS Sitcom 'Mike & Molly'

    So back in August I quite innocently posted an item about that loud and unfunny comedian (with the weirdest, jacked up, creepiest smile I've ever seen) Sheryl Underwood replacing Holly Robinson-Peete after she had been dumped from CBS' The View rip-off The Talk.

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    New Pics Of Emma Watson & Logan Lerman In 'The Perks Of Being A Wallflower'

    It's hard to believe, but after a decade of conquering our multiplexes and turning everybody including your Mom into an expert on the series, the "Harry Potter" franchise is over (until they figure out a way to reboot it). And thus, the young cast, who are now all grown up, will need to venture for ...

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    Trailer Watch: This Means War Means Potential Career Low for Hardy, Pine, Witherspoon?

    We should have known better than to get excited for McG's This Means War, despite an ensemble led by Reese Witherspoon, Chris Pine and the phenomenal Tom Hardy. McG (Charlies Angels, Terminator: Salvation) and the cast probably had a great time shooting but after watching the trailer, we're left won...

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    Gerard Butler To Become 'Hunter Killer'; Sam Worthington Being Eyed To Co-Star

    Summit Relativity Media has been very aggressive with "Hunter Killer," earmarking the picture for a December 2012 release date for months as Phillip Noyce decided whether he was the right man for the director's chair. Though he left the project in August, Relativity continued to show faith in the ad...

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    Film Independent's November LACMA Film Series Lineup Adds Clooney, Fassbender

    Elvis Mitchell is booking movies with speakers for his weekly Film Independent at LACMA showings. He's basically doing the same thing any number of subscription film series are doing, he's just inviting the public to buy tickets to see many films that will be available at commercial cinemas or on Ne...

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