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  • Leonard Maltin
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    TCM Goes Hollywood—Again

    Euphoric: that’s the best word I can think of to describe the feeling that permeated the TCM Classic Film Festival in Hollywood this past weekend.

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    Critical Consensus: "Caterpillar" Tops "Beaver" In Weak Week For criticWIRE

    Opening in limited release this week is yet another an eclectic batch, with Jodie Foster's "The Beaver" clearly the most high-profile with PR nightmare Mel Gibson making an attempt at career damage control in Foster's long-awaited third directorial effort. The film features Gibson as a clinically de...

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  • The Playlist
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    Watch: Holy CGI! New Trailer For 'Green Lantern' Lights Up

    It was reported recently that Warner Bros. was racing to meet the release date for "Green Lantern," hiring on a new VFX production house and adding $9 million to the budget to get all the special effects finished in time. Now we see why.

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    Anthony Hopkins Says He's Been Courted By Angelina Jolie For 'Churchill And Roosevelt'

    With Angelina Jolie making her first stride into directing with her feature film debut, the currently untitled Bosnian war romance, it looks like the actress is ready to take a much bigger role behind the camera. During the press rounds for this weekend's "Thor," Odin himself revealed that Jolie has...

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    New Posters For Julia Leigh's 'Sleeping Beauty' & Roland Emmerich's 'Anonymous'

    Two new posters have been unveiled for features on opposites ends of our anticipation scale in Julia Leigh's erotic thriller "Sleeping Beauty" and Roland Emmerich's period conspiracy drama "Anonymous."

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    'Kids Are All Right' Director Lisa Cholodenko Ready To Have A 'Bad Day'

    With the excellent "The Kids Are All Right" sweeping its way through awards season last year earning four Oscar nominations, writer and director Lisa Cholodenko looks to be taking a page from from fellow indie cohorts Wes Anderson, Noah Baumbach and Charlie Kaufman by turning her talents to a childr...

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    Fiddy And Bruce Willis Get Together Again To Fight "Fire With Fire"

    Like I said a few months ago Curtis Jackson, AKA 50 Cent, AKA Fiddy (to his friends), just keeps cranking them out doesn't he?

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    TONIGHT: Shadow & Act Livecast Season 2, Episode 4

    It's that time again! After a week off, we're back with season 2 episode 4 of the Shadow and Act Livecast. Join us TONIGHT (Wednesday May 4), from 8pm to 9pm EST as myself along with the crew: Sergio, Stephanie and Cynthia dish on the latest hot topics from the blog; some of those will include, the ...

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    International Sales Agent of the Day: Entertainment One

    Entertainment One keeps growing internationally with a rare intelligence at steady unrushed pace. As they enter Cannes to sell under the guidance of Charlotte Mickie, an international sales agent with impeccable credentials who still finds time to respond to special industry requests, they have, tucked under their belt, international distribution companies acquired with an eye toward profitability. Not relying on output deals, they now own not only the means of production but also the means of distribution itself. As a distributor in Canada, where eOne originated, it started from zero in 2007 and by 2009 had 4% of the market share (second ...

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  • Women and Hollywood
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    Abortion to Take Center Stage in New Indie Film

    I just read a story about a new film called Doonby. Never heard of it before this morning until this headline from the Hollywood Reporter came across my computer: Woman at Center of Roe v. Wade Stars in Abortion-Themed Movie (Exclusive).

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