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    Watch: Trailer For U.S. Navy Recruitment Movie 'Act Of Valor'

    First, let's just start off by saying the work that those in the U.S. Navy take on is brave and courageous, and their sacrifice is immeasurable. That being said, turning the efforts of the Navy SEALS into some kind of first-person shooter video game movie does their service to the country a great in...

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    Tracee Ellis Ross, Malcolm-Jamal Warner Talk Black Family TV and 'Reed Between the Lines'

    Tracee Ellis Ross and Malcom-Jamal Warner had a chance to ponder what's missing in black TV when they spoke about their new BET series Reed Between the Lines in a recent chat with The Hollywood Reporter.

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    Black Enterprise Magazine Names The 10 Most Profitable Indie Black Films

    Since it's black movie month, Black Enterprise magazine decided to name 10 of the top-grossing independent Black films of all time.

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    2 Clips & A Bunch Of Sun Kissed Pics From Johnny Depp's 'The Rum Diary'

    Update: MTV has debuted a new poster for the movie which you can check out below.

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    Universal Abandons Tower Heist VOD Plan, NATO's Fithian Debates Magnolia's Wagner

    First Netflix and now Universal Pictures have killed a change in direction after fierce resistance. In the case of Universal, the studio was testing what was acceptable to their partners, theater owners, as well as moviegoers, who are demanding earlier access to new movies. Universal had planned to ...

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    Brothers Grimm: Snow White Stills Diminish Hope in Relativity's Family Flick

    The more we learn about Relativity's The Brothers Grimm: Snow White, the less excited we become. This "family friendly" take on Snow White (with Julia Roberts, Lily Collins, Armie Hammer), versus Universal's edgier (or so they want us to think). The Brothers Grimm: Snow W...

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    Is Andrew Stanton's John Carter the Next Avatar?

    The New Yorker profiles Andrew Stanton, of Finding Nemo and Toy Story Pixar fame, whose live action debut -- John Carter -- arrives via Disney March 9, 2012.

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    Behind The Scenes on AMC's The Walking Dead, Season 2: Zombies, Blood and Gore

    Check out photographer David Strick's behind-the-scenes photos from the Atlanta set of AMC's The Walking Dead Season 2, which debuts October 16. Don't be put off by the zombies--as adapted for cable by Frank Darabont (The Shawshank Redemption) season one of The Walking Dead was one of the best-writt...

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    Should There Be More 3D Documentaries? Could Any Documentary Classics Be Converted to 3D?

    Between the two James Cameron-related events I covered this week for Movies.com, I can't shake wondering about the two questions posed in the headline. At the Popular Mechanics Breakthrough Awards Monday night I got the director, who nowadays works in both blockbuster fiction and exploratory nonfiction, to state that he thinks "3D is a good fit for documentary almost more so than fiction film." Given that 3D made it's comeback partly through undersea docs (of Cameron's) and has been a big draw now for IMAX nature and space films, I'd already agree. Having seen and been mesmerized by Werner Herzog's "Cave of Forgotten Dreams" and Wim Wenders' ...

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    Julie Dash's "Daughters of the Dust" 20 Years Later (L.A. Rebellion Retrospective)

    Here's the next installment in our ongoing coverage of L.A. Rebellion: Creating a New Black Cinema, the current retrospective of black filmmakers being showcased at UCLA.

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