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    Warner Bros. Picks Up Seth Grahame-Smith's Three Wise Men Action Adventure Flick 'Unholy Night'

    Just as J.J. Abrams is a brand and industry unto himself, if things go according to plan, the same will be true of Seth Grahame-Smith. Wait, who? The name might not be familiar, but you've likely heard of his stuff and more importantly, Hollywood just loves this guy. He's the author of both ...

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    Roman Polanski Interview by Le Figaro: Misses Hollywood and Nicholson, Wants to Do Film About Aging

    The French newspaper "Le Figaro" sat down for an interview with director Roman Polanski, whose new film, "Carnage," based on Yasmina Reza's French play "God of Carnage," was released in France yesterday.

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    Sundance Film Festival Announces Out of Competition Lineups

    The Sundance Film Festival has announced its 2012 Out of Competition titles, which will screen in the event's Spotlight, Park City at Midnight, NEXT <=> (yep, that symbol is part of the name) and New Frontier sections. Today's announcement comes on the heels of yesterday's U.S. an...

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    The Thomas FITZGERALD Affair

    In recognition of World AIDS Day, I thought I would post the trailer for 3 Needles – a feature film from 2006 which was written and directed by one of my favourite filmmakers – Thom Fitzgerald (The Hanging Garden, Beefcake). It is a beautiful and deeply affecting film about the AIDS p...

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    The Kids Are All Right

    Grab a tissue and have a watch:

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    EW's Secrets of Spielberg: War Horse, Tin Tin, Color Purple, Harrison Ford, Gwyneth Paltrow

    Steven Spielberg talks at length about his extremely long and incredibly successful career in Friday's Entertainment Weekly cover story.  This holiday season is a busy one for Spielberg: his performance-capture film "The Adventures of Tintin" opens December 21--it has already gros...

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    Moriarty, Mycroft & Marriage: New Pics From 'Sherlock Holmes: A Game Of Shadows'

    Our expectations were low, but when we finally sat down with a tub of popcorn and an ungodly amount of cola to watch Guy Ritchie's amped up "Sherlock Holmes," it was a pleasant surprise. Energetic and witty, the film was powered by the charming onscreen pair of Robert Downey Jr. and Ju...

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    Watch Video Clip: Taraji P. Henson Explains The Importance Of "Sisterly Love" Among Black Women

    The one thing I really love about Taraji P. Henson is that, no matter what, she will always speak her mind...some say too much.  Oh well, you can't please everybody.

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    Night at the Britannias: Harry Potter Gets a Push, Stiller Finally Gets His Chappy

    Night at the Britannias: Harry Potter Gets a Push, Stiller Finally Gets His Chappy

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    Review: Takeshi Kitano's 'Outrage' Is Beautifully Shot & Well Choreographed But Feels Exhausting, Deflated & Empty

    "Outrage," Takeshi Kitano's return to the yakuza genre, received mixed reviews from critics when it had its first official screenings at Cannes in 2010. Though we weren't initially planning on seeing it on the Croisette, we kept hearing positive chatter about the film and decided t...

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