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    Interview: Writers Christopher Marcus & Stephen McFeely Discuss Patriotism & ‘Captain America'

    Marvel’s most patriotic superhero, Captain America, is finally getting his just due on the big screen after years of attempts and misfires like the corny 1990 release you’ve probably never heard of (count yourself lucky) featuring Matt Salinger in the red, white and blue man tights.

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    First Look At Elle Fanning In Francis Ford Coppola's Indie Gothic Pic 'Twixt'

    Before we get started, we'll just say this: the decision by Francis Ford Coppola to shorten the title of his next film from "Twixt Now And Sunrise" to simply "Twixt" makes it sound like a chocolate bar. Please change it back dude. Okay, now that we got that out of the way, let's get to it.

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    Filming Underway For Indie Drama "Four" w/ Wendell Pierce, Yolonda Ross + "Phil Spector" Casting

    Thanks to actress Yolonda Ross (above-right) for alerting us to these items. If you're not already familiar Ms Ross' work, you'll be soon enough. She's appeared both in film and TV, over the last decade, from a reoccurring role in HBO's acclaimed series Treme, to, most recently, Victoria Mahoney's i...

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    David Mamet's Phil Spector Biopic Sings A New Tune As Helen Mirren Replaces Bette Midler

    Well, it was less than a week ago when Bette Midler suffered a herniated disc and on doctor's orders was forced to pull out of David Mamet's Phil Spector biopic he has brewing for HBO. Production was put on hold as a replacement needed to be found quick and damn, did this movie ever step up its game...

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    Teaser Poster For Matthew Cherry's "The Last Fall" + Site Launched

    I doubt this needs an intro... but if you're just joining us, feel free to search the site for all our previous The Last Fall/Matthew Cherry posts to catch up.

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    Daniel Craig Defends Racy 'Dragon Tattoo' Poster & Says He Was Shocked By The Violence In The Film

    While he's currently doing the press rounds for Jon Favreau's forthcoming alien invasion western "Cowboys & Aliens," Daniel Craig continues to drop some interesting morsels about David Fincher's forthcoming "The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo." Earlier in the month he compared the tone and seriousness ...

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    Ryan Gosling Gets Political In First Look At George Clooney's 'The Ides Of March'

    Putting aside for a moment our comment section's belief that we're firmly in the tank for Ryan Gosling (if you'd seen our scowling faces on the way out of "Stay," "Fracture" or "All Good Things," you'd know that wasn't true...), the actor's definitely having a moment. For some time, he's seemed reluctant to become a fully fledged movie star, but next week sees him in what looks to be real crowd-pleaser in "Crazy Stupid Love," his noir flick "Drive" picked up ecstatic reviews at Cannes, and he's got a whole raft of projects lined up: another crime picture with Nicolas Winding Refn, the Bangkok-set "Only God Forgives," plus one more with Derek ...

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    Midnight in Paris Is Woody Allen's Biggest Hit, Passes 1986's Hannah and Her Sisters $40 Million

    Woody Allen's Midnight in Paris continues its torrid box office pace. When I talked to Allen right before he opened this year's Cannes Film Festival, he knew that he had a hit ("it's a hit, a big-titted hit!" as Robert Duvall says in Network). Sure enough, the movie has broken weekly house records a...

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    Boris Kodjoe Preparing To Direct His First Feature Film

    While en route to the ABFF, which took place in Miami a week and a half ago, Boris Kodjoe had a discussion with Peter Bailey and talked about his wife, his experience with Undercovers as well as preparing to direct his first feature film. No details on what the project is but as soon as we know...

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    Watch Avery Brooks Chat w/ William Shatner On Playing Sisko In Clip From Documentary "The Captains"

    Courtesy of i09... here's a clip from an upcoming new documentary titled The Captains, in which William Shatner aka Captain James T. Kirk, interviews every actor who has played captain in any of the series in the Star Trek franchise. Interesting concept, especially if you're a fan.

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