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    That "Extremely Loud" Poster Looks Extremely Familiar

    If you've walked by the poster for "Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close" and thought it looked familiar, here's why. Check out the side-by-side below of "Extremely Loud" and a movie you might not have seen for quite some time…

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    James Franco Eyes Cameo As Hugh Hefner In 'Lovelace'; Hank Azaria, Bobby Cannavale, Chris Noth & Robert Patrick Join Cast

    James Franco, who we've come to know and love as an actor who defies expectations, is eying a role as Playboy founder Hugh Hefner (after being initially offered the lead of Chuck Traynor) in "Lovelace," Variety reports.

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    London Film Critics' Circle Lead London Film Critic Nominations

    The London Film Critics' Circle has released their nominees this morning, with some surprising frontrunners. Tomas Alfredson's Cold War thriller "Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy" and Nicolas Winding Refn's pulpy blast "Drive" were the top nominees, with six nominations...

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    From "Margaret" To "Meek's Cutoff," Critics Comment On This Year's Indiewire Poll

    From "Margaret" To "Meek's Cutoff," Critics Comment On This Year's Indiewire Poll

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  • The Lost Boys
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    Have Yourself a Joan Crawford Christmas...

    Please put yourself in the Christmas spirit via this incredibly, remarkably, wonderfully creepy 1949 radio show entitled "Christmas Eve at home with Joan Crawford and her children".

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    Omar Sy, "Intouchables," "Le Havre" Lead Lumière Nominations (French Equivalent Of Golden Globes)

    The nominations for the 17th annual Lumière awards - essentially the French equivalent of the Golden Globes, as foreign press based in France select the best in French cinema - were announced this morning, and amongst the names and titles on the list of honorees include our man, Omar Sy,...

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    Project of the Day: "Edgar's Comics" Explores the 1970s Comic Culture

    Here's your daily dose of an indie film in progress; at the end of the week, you'll have the chance to vote for your favorite.

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    Mitt Romney Does Letterman's Top Ten

    David Letterman’s Top Ten List has become the place politicians go for damage control (remember Rick Perry’s Top Ten Excuses for his “I forgot” moment?), or to try so liven up a robotic image or revive a faltering campaign. The robotic and the faltering problems both apply to...

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    New Trailer, Poster for '21 Jump Street,' Plus German 'Avengers' Trailer

    If there's one potentially awful big screen remake of a classic (maybe the word classic should have been in ironic quotes) that we're looking forward to, it's "21 Jump Street." There's really no reason this thing should work - it's a comedic take on a dramatic series, w...

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    First Run Features Announces January 20, 2012 Theatrical Debut Of "The Pruitt-Igoe Myth" At NYC's IFC Center

    As Sergio posted about a week ago... First Run Features acquired Chad Freidrich's excellent and compelling documentary The Pruitt-Igoe Myth: An Urban History for threatical distribution, VOD and DVD, after a sucessful film festival run.

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