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    iPOP | This Week on the Scene: Scorsese Speaks, Lincoln Center Unveils New Space & More

    This week, iPOP included the likes of Miranda July, Martin Scorsese, Christy Turlington and Norman Jewison.

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    Can You Name Sitcoms With Your Favorite Theme Music? (Survey)

    Everyone usually has more than a few favorite television sitcoms from the past but what about the music for sitcoms? Do you have a list of musical sitcom tunes that, whenever you hear them, seem to bring a smile to your face?

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    "Viva Riva" Gets A Red-Band Trailer. Watch It Now!

    In my review of Djo Tunda Wa Munga's crime drama, Viva Riva!, I highlighted the film's audacious depictions of the kind of orchestrated sexuality and violence rarely seen in African cinema (specifically cinema of the DRC - the Democratic Republic Of The Congo, where such scenes are taboo).

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    Watch: Rachel McAdams Forgets She's Married To Channing Tatum In Trailer For 'The Vow'

    And We Don't Blame HerHey guys, guess what movie you're getting dragged to next Valentine's Day. We can already feel our testicles shriveling up inside our bodies.

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    DC Black Theater Festival This Month; Rain Pryor, Doug E. Doug Melba Moore, Others Performing

    The DC Black Theater Festival taking place in Washington, from June 12th to the 19th, will bring a host of stories written and presented by African American playwrights from across the country.

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    Watch Episode 4 Of Chiwetel Ejiofor's New BBC Crime Series "The Shadow Line"

    A little late in posting last week's episode, episode 4. Episode 5 aired this week; but episode 4 first.

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    Steve Carell's 'Burt Wonderstone' Finds A New Director In Don Scardino

    Well, the tears have been shed and are now dry as Steve Carell officially exited "The Office" just a few weeks ago leaving the door open for a new boss to step in (this writer hopes the scene-stealing James Spader will do it but it will never happen -- but watch this, it's amazing). The actor is wasting too much time mourning his stint on the show as he's already moving full steam ahead on a number of projects. He's currently shooting "Seeking A Friend At The End Of The World" with Keira Knightley and later this summer he'll go toe-to-toe with Meryl Streep in "Great Hope Springs." But one project in particular has been in the works for a whil...

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    South Africa's Best Foreign Language Oscar Submission "Life, Above All" Gets US Release Date!

    South Africa’s entry for this year’s Academy Awards in the Best Foreign Language Film category, titled, Life, Above All, will open in limited USA release next month, beginning on July 15th.

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    movie review: X-Men: First Class

    It’s risky to reinvent an established series with a new cast and a different setting than fans are accustomed to…but the folks at Marvel have gambled and won. Despite its flaws, X-Men: First Class is an effective reboot of the once-solid series that debuted eleven years ago.

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    movie review: Rejoice And Shout

    What I don’t know about gospel music could fill a library, but I’m willing to learn, and the lively documentary called Rejoice and Shout is a perfect tutorial. What’s more,

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