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    Thrilling Trailer For South African Crime Drama "How To Steal 2 Million"

    I'm liking what I see in this trailer for South African drama/thriller How To Steal 2 Million - a play on the title of William Wyler's 1966 heist comedy How to Steal a Million, starring Peter O'Toole and Audrey Hepburn.

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    First Look At Vincent Paronnaud & Marjane Satrapi's 'Persepolis' Followup 'Chicken With Plums'

    It has been four years since Vincent Paronnaud and Marjane Satrapi's "Persepolis" -- an adaptation of the latter's acclaimed graphic novel -- charmed and moved audiences everywhere and edged it's way into the Oscar race, sharing a Best Animated Feature nomination alongside "Ratatouille" and "Surf's ...

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    Watch: NSFW & Twisted Full Length Spanish Trailer For Pedro Almodóvar’s 'The Skin I Live In'

    Pedro Almodóvar returns to arthouses this year with "The Skin I Live In" and for those who think they know what to expect from the director whose oeuvre includes films like "Bad Education," "Volver" and "All About My Mother" his latest may be a bit of a shock.

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    First Look At Emily Blunt & Ewan McGregor Going 'Salmon Fishing In Yemen'

    'Ten Year' With Channing Tatum & Rosario Dawson Gets A New Photo As WellDid you forget about this? Yeah, we kinda did too, but last year Lasse Hallström took over from Bill Condon -- who instead decided to make "Twilight: Breaking Dawn" -- and shot the rom-com "Salmon Fishing In Yemen," and in case ...

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    Trailer For South African Coming Of Age Surf Drama "Otelo Burning"

    Intriguing-looking trailer for a new South African film titled Otelo Burning, which opened this year's Durban Film Festival - a festival that runs through July 31st.

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    Captain America: The First Avenger

    I’m a bit late coming to this film—blame Comic-Con—but having heard good buzz I went to see it this morning with high hopes. For starters, a comic book story set during World War Two offers a perfect opportunity to banish irony, make use of Nazis as bad guys, and cheer on a...

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    Blake Lively & Chloe Moretz Pair Up For 'Hick' In First Official Look

    Eager to put the teen soap "Gossip Girl" behind her, Blake Lively has been making strong turns in feature films like "The Private Lives of Pippa Lee," last year's "The Town" (and less notably, this year's "Green Lantern"). The actress is set to make a return trip to Toronto this year for the indie d...

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    Trailer For Cameron Crowe's 'Pearl Jam Twenty' Documentary; Film Will Feature Kurt Cobain Footage

    After the flop that was 2005's "Elizabethtown," Cameron Crowe comes back with a vengeance in 2011. He's got three films in the can all coming out at various times this year, his Oscar hopeful, "We Bought A Zoo," his Elton John doc, "The Union,” which chronicles John and Leon Russell‘s collaborative ...

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    Lush New Pictures Of Rachel Weisz & Tom Hiddleston In 'The Deep Blue Sea'

    Will this be the year of Rachel Weisz? She's certainly never been busier. While she'll be busy on the sets of "Oz The Great And Powerful" and "The Bourne Legacy," she'll also be hitting Toronto hard in September stumping for two films: Fernando Meirelles' "360" and Terrence Davies' "The Deep Blue Se...

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    Toronto 2011: Guggenheim's From the Sky Down Opens Strong Slate of Star-Packed Films, Oscar Hopefuls

    Davis Guggenheim's From the Sky Down will open the 36th Annual Toronto Film Festival on September 8, making history as the first documentary to do so. Of the U2 doc, Guggenheim says, "U2 has defied the gravitational pull towards destruction, this band has endured and thrived," and his film "asks the...

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