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    District 9: Oscar Contender?

    District 9 is a great movie that deserves every kudo and by all accounts played great for the Academy the other night.

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    Bobcat Goldthwait: 'A Lot of People Think I'm Dead'

    Bobcat Goldthwait: 'A Lot of People Think I'm Dead'

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    Avatar Week: Photo Gallery

    I'm obsessed with Avatar. (The movies of James Cameron are moving inexorably up my flickchart.) The question for me is whether Cameron's ambitious mix of 3-D live-action and performance capture --which cost Fox way more than $200 million-- breaks out beyond the Comic-Con faithful. It feels very sci-...

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    10 Movies "Avatar" Unfortunately Resembles

    By Christopher Campbell

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    Hollywood Goes Yellow

    Hollywood is in a mellow yellow mood.

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    Gen Art Combines with Events Group Rock Media

    Event and arts entertainment groups Gen Art and Rock Media & Entertainment have announced they will merge, effective September 15. Both companies will continue to produce a broad array of entertainment work, and the combined group will be changed to RMGA LLC. RMGA will specialize in film, fashion, a...

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    Up in the Air Heads to Toronto

    Jason Reitman's Up in the Air, starring George Clooney, will launch at the Toronto Film Fest (where loyal Canadian Reitman debuted Thank You for Smoking and Juno). This is classic pre-Oscar positioning.

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    Redbox Wars, Stone Rewrites History, Happy Feet 2, The Week Scores

    The Redbox Wars are fascinating, as Patrick Goldstein reveals in the LAT. He calls the studios fighting Redbox the "Napster Nightmare for the movie business." A U.S. district judge ruled against Redbox Monday,reports Paid Content:

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    The Pratfalls of Shooting from the Hip: 'Basterds' Redux.

    The Pratfalls of Shooting from the Hip: 'Basterds' Redux.

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    Mad Men's Hamm Goes to the Movies

    As Mad Men Season 3 gets under way to huge numbers (yes!), Jon Hamm is wasting no time chasing a movie career--which was stymied by last year's labor unrest. I have high hopes for the first film, The Town, director Ben Affleck's romantic thriller set in Boston, which starts shooting in September. I...

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