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    "Harry Potter" and the Neverending Story, or Over-Regarding Dumbledore's Last Piece of Wisdom

    What is there left to write critically of "Harry Potter"? It is impossible to recommend the final film, "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2," to anyone who isn't going to see it anyway. Its lack of context for any newcomers is vast yet justified. And it is also impossible to keep any fans a...

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    The Emmys Are Starting to Look a Lot Like the Independent Spirit Awards

    While the Emmy Awards exclusively honor television broadcasts, this year's nominations underlined the crossover between television and film, particularly indie film. From Todd Haynes and Laura Linney to "Carlos" and "Becoming Chaz," here's 10 notable things about the...

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    Weekend Preview: Harry Potter Will Dominate; Indies Tabloid, The Tree, Life, Above All & Snow Flower

    Harry Potter #8 will make ridiculous amounts of money this weekend while indies and foreign offerings try to make a dent in the increasingly crowded summer box office. Here is our Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part II box office analysis and media coverage round-up. Check out the reviews for...

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    Franco Nero Insists Quentin Tarantino Will Be In His Western 'The Angel, The Brute, And The Wise'

    Way back at the beginning of the year, there was a bit of excitement and confusion when legendary Italian actor Franco Nero said he was making a spaghetti western with Quentin Tarantino titled "The Angel, the Brute and the Wise." Many assumed the latter was directing the film -- which Nero said would also star Keith Carradine and Treat Williams -- however it soon transpired that Tarantino was directing a spaghetti western of sorts, "Django Unchained," and that "The Angel, the Brute and the Wise" was something else entirely. Anyway, as talk of Tarantino's slavery vengeance pic heated up, everyone pretty much forgot about Nero's project but he ...

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    Stage Adaptation Of "House Party" Packing Houses In London

    Things that make you go hmmm... read on... maybe it'll head west :)

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    Comic-Con Preview: The New (Amazing) Spider-Man, Twilight: Breaking Dawn, Masters of the Web UPDATE

    As we gird our loins for this week's San Diego schlep to Comic-Con--which is not my idea of a good time, just getting into everything is an enormous chore--the revelations are coming fast and furious. Yes, we will see Cowboys and Aliens and Captain America there, and Steven Spielberg is making his f...

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    Warren Klein is back...

    Warren Klein is back...

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    Sexiest Entertainment Weekly Cover Ever?

    Probably not. But still... you're definitely not letting us down, Andrew Garfield:

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    With "Contagion," Soderbergh Revives the '70s Paranoid Thriller?

    With "Contagion," Soderbergh Revives the '70s Paranoid Thriller?

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    Idris, Laurence, Taraji & Andre Are Primetime Emmy Nominees

    The highlights: Idris Elba in the Lead Actor in a Mini-Series or movie category, for his performance in Luther; Laurence Fishburne, in the same category, for his performance in Thurgood; Taraji P. Henson (which was a surprise - a good one, but still a surprise) in the Lead Actress in a Mini-Series o...

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