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    The Social Network Scores Top Awards at Golden Globes, Gervais Ignites Uproar

    The Social Network is sweeping all the awards shows. The film won best drama, director, screenplay and score at the Golden Globes Sunday night. The King's Speech won the expected award for best actor drama Colin Firth, but could have used a best drama win going into the real Oscar race for best pict...

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    Paul Haggis Says He's Not Collaborating On Scientology Exposé

    Author Confirms The Director's Non-Involvement With The Writing, But Book Will Still Focus On Haggis' Experiences With The ChurchSo filmmaker Paul Haggis (“Crash”) is prepping a tell-all exposé about his years as a member of the Church of Scientology, right? Only, he's not. And this must be how scur...

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    Golden Globes: Paul Giamatti Wins Actor Comedy/Musical for Barney's Version

    Given the weakness of the Golden Globe comedy/musical categories this year, it was hard to call who would win best actor. Paul Giamatti totally deserved the win for hilarious Canadian comedy/drama Barney's Version. I hope this award drives more people to watch the movie, which is worth seeing not on...

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    Jonah Hill's '21 Jump Street' To Shoot This April In New Orleans

    Looks like the pieces are finally in place for the long-gestating film adaptation of "21 Jump Street" which has been valiantly shepherded throughout by Jonah Hill. Speaking with MTV at the Critics' Choice Awards over the weekend, the actor has provided an update on the production noting that "the ba...

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    Golden Globe: David Fincher Wins Directing for Social Network

    It's no surprise that David Fincher won best director for The Social Network. Fincher says that when producer Scott Rudin first called he was confused--because he usually is known for "pitch black stories about misanthropes.. or serial killers."

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    James Franco To Direct & Star In Serial Killer Tale 'The Night Stalker'

    Also Working On Comic Quasi-Documentary With Dave FrancoAnother week, another few projects lined up for James Franco and his burgeoning career as an actor, writer and director.

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    "X-Men," "Dick Tracy," "The King's Speech," "Reality Bites" and More in Today's Link Roundup

    - In anticipation of the next "X-Men" movie, hone up on who is related to who in the mutant genealogy, in an infograph via Badass Digest

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    TV Review: MTV's "Skins" Takes on "Gossip Girl"

    MTV may have missed a marketing opportunity for its brash, engrossing American remake (yet another one!) of Skins, the hit British series about a group of teenaged friends who have sex, do drugs, drink and ... well, that’s pretty much what they do. The MTV slogan could have been: Come for the soci...

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    Richard Ayoade Working On Adaptation Of Dostoevsky's 'The Double'

    Co-Writing With Harmony Korine's Brother Avi We still haven't seen "Submarine," the feature debut from British comic-actor-turned-helmer Richard Ayoade, but all the signs are that he's the kind of director that we'll be taking to our hearts. The film, an adaptation of the coming-of-age novel by Joe...

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    film review: The Green Hornet

    It’s difficult to describe The Green Hornet because even it doesn’t know what it wants to be. The result is a noisy, overlong attention-deficit jumble of semi-serious story threads undermined by an anarchic sense of humor, with the most pointless (and ineffectual) use of 3-D in recent memory.

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