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    Watch 4 1/2-Minute Preview Of AMC's "The Walking Dead"

    One of the few shows that was "must-see" TV for me last season when it premiered, is The Walking Dead, and since the last episode aired months ago, I've been eagerly anticipating season 2.

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    Comic-Con '11: Steven Spielberg Acknowledges The Common Spirit Between 'Tintin' & 'Indiana Jones'

    Spielberg Also Confirms A Story For 'Jurassic Park IV' Has Been Locked DownWhile Peter Jackson made it clear that he wouldn't be attending Comic-Con with "The Hobbit," the fan-friendly director still bought a plane ticket to San Diego and today he was the (not so) surprise guest at the panel for "Th...

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    Steve Carell, Jack Black & Nicolas Cage Sign On For Charlie Kaufman's 'Frank Or Francis'

    Sorry Comic-Con (and the currently ongoing "Tintin" panel), you just got served. At least for now.

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    In Theaters: 'Captain America' Doesn't Want To Be 'Friends With Benefits'

    Ohhhh, Christopher Evans. Is Chris Evans 2011's Crush of the Year? Edgar Wright has a crush on him. GQ has a crush on him. And you know I wave my Chris Evans Crush Flag every day, readers. I mean, I suffered through THE SECOND FANTASTIC FOUR MOVIE FOR HIM. That is how I show my love. I watched "Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer" in the theaters. Also, I saw "The Losers" in theaters and greatly enjoyed it. Yes, I know that this is The Playlist, but I will admit that here in that forum. I will also admit this: I had a dream last night that I was flying around in a space shuttle above LA with Chris Evans and January Jones. So yes, you co...

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    Watch: Liev Schrieber's Moustache Is Kind Of Bad Ass But Not Much Else In Trailer For 'Goon'

    So, a red band trailer for "Goon" -- which was presumably made for Russia given the subtitles -- has arrived, and while Michael Dowse has boldly proclaimed the hockey comedy to be like “ 'Raging Bull' on ice," that's unfortunately not the case. About as lunkheaded as its lead character, "Goon" ...

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    Felicity Jones Reteams With 'Like Crazy' Helmer Drake Doremus; Guy Pearce & Amy Ryan Aboard New Pic

    Sundance may be located in the middle-of-nowhere Utah, be a pain the ass to get to and be ridiculous expensive but there is a reason every budding filmmaker dreams of taking the journey -- it can make (or break) your career. For Drake Doremus, he saw everything change with his low key long-distance romance tale "Like Crazy." After directing three little seen features, Doremus soon found himself as the center of attention with the picture earning strong reviews, great buzz for the performances by Anton Yelchin and Felicity Jones and walked away from the festival with a distribution deal with Paramount. And oh yeah, he also took home a Grand Ju...

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    A World Apart: Mike Cahill's "Another Earth"

    At first, Mike Cahill's Another Earth appears to announce itself as a treatise on regret via the lingering consequences of a fatal car accident. Over its ninety-minute runtime, however, Cahill's film is gradually revealed to be more concerned with redemption and the possibility of a new start. This comes in the form of the title planet, a literally extraterrestrial body which, over the course of four years, drifts ever closer toward earth until it's a constantly looming presence in both the day- and nighttime skies. Despite serving as the backdrop of countless scenes, the uncanny sight of Earth 2 never quite loses its power. Almost immediatel...

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    Imogen Poots Gets 'Greetings From Tim Buckley'

    Yes, believe it folks, one of the two Jeff Buckley movies in development is moving forward whether you like it or not, and production continues with its indie spirit as Deadline reveals that rising Brit actress Imogen Poots has joined the cast. While her name may sound funny and or not be familiar at all to you, that is likely soon to change. The actress impressed in last year's "Solitary Man" and this year, she was made her presence known in two period pieces, the criminally underseen Jordan Scott film "Cracks" and Cary Fukunaga's gothic "Jane Eyre." But her biggest exposure is yet to come as next month, she'll try not to get fanged by Colin...

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    "Attack The Block" Star John Boyega On Learning From "The Wire" + Hollywood Calling

    "Mr. Boyega said he learned to play Moses by watching the laconic drug dealers from Season 4 of “The Wire.” He explained, “I knew I wouldn’t have a lot of dialogue, so it means telling the story through your eyes all the time... The film has vastly increased his visibility, helping him land an agent...

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    That Explains The Trailer Music: Clint Mansell Scoring 'The Iron Lady'

    Just a couple of weeks ago, the first teaser trailer for the highly anticipated, and likely Meryl Streep Oscar vehicle, "The Iron Lady" hit the interwebs and it was a little...odd. In addition to being much more lightweight than we expected a film about Margaret Thatcher to be, the most curious aspe...

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