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    European Summer Fabulosity Sequel Commences

    European Summer Fabulosity Sequel Commences

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    P-Town Hands Out Audience Prizes to "Undertow," "Mao's Last Dancer," More

    P-Town Hands Out Audience Prizes to "Undertow," "Mao's Last Dancer," More

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    Raavan's Bachchan and Rai Do The Ramayana: Badly

    Big-budget Bollywood adventure Raavan, starring the golden couple Abhishek Bachchan and Aishwarya Rai--from writer-director Mani Ratnam, director of Guru, with a rousing score by Slumdog Millionaire Oscar-winner A.R. Rahman--is a big overwrought dud. It's one of those dead-serious over-scale extrava...

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    Glee Stars Hooked for Movies, Michael Shannon is Busy, Costner Sends Machines to Gulf

    - When Glee actors signed on for the show in 2008, 20th Century Fox also hooked them with the option of up to three movies. The show was a hit from the word go, and stars Lea Michele and Cory Monteith lead a gang of multi-talented young stars who are in line to cash in on their small-screen success with big-screen features. Fans will likely eat them up. Michele is currently voicing Dorothy in 2012's animated Dorothy of Oz, and will star in horror film The Butcherhouse Chronicles, also set for 2012 release. UPDATE: But Glee stars may have to wait: Glee creator Ryan Murphy says they're focused on the series for now, and that no movie is being p...

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    Midway Through 2010, A Look to the Future

    Each summer, the same tired rants about Hollywood franchises and remakes bombarding the multiplexes arise with about as much originality as the current Hollywood fixation on remaking the eighties. Whether or not the latest iterations of "The Karate Kid" and "The A-Team" actually succeed on their own...

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    Peter Brunette: In Memory

    He was at every film festival on earth, or so it seemed: boisterous, gregarious, with that deep, booming voice, and spreading his extraordinary warmth. Who of you out there in critic-land have not shared a tasty dinner, or downed a brewski, somewhere on the globe with Peter Brunette? Who had not st...

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    NYT: Pattinson's "Twilight" Fatigue & Indie Dreams

    NYT: Pattinson's "Twilight" Fatigue & Indie Dreams

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  • THE BACK ROW MANIFESTO by Tom Hall
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    The 2010 FIFA World Cup | Day Ten

    The 2010 FIFA World Cup | Day Ten

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    Box Office: "Cyrus" Soars To Summer Highs As Marketplace Heats Up

    It looks like summer 2010 might have its first full-on specialty film breakout (it also seems to have quite the studio blockbuster in "Toy Story 3"). According to estimates provided by Rentrak earlier this afternoon, Fox Searchlight release "Cyrus" soared to a $180,289 gross from just 4 theaters. T...

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    Weekend Box Office: Toy Story 3 Breaks Disney/Pixar Record, Jonah Hex D.O.A.

    After a rousing $41 million Friday, universally praised Pixar sequel Toy Story 3 racked up an estimated $109 million three-day weekend, a record, reports Anthony D'Alessandro. That makes Pixar's unbroken string of blockbusters 11 for 11. The western Jonah Hex was dead on arrival.

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