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    Diane Kruger Replaces Eva Green In 'Farewell, My Queen'

    Man, can Eva Green get a break these days? Gemma Arterton has taken over the role previously slotted for the actress in Michael Mann's gestating "Capa" and now, Diane Kruger has stepped in for the actress in Benoit Jacquot's adaptation of Chantal Thomas' novel, "Farewell, My Queen."

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    Oscar Watch: Kids Are All Right Faces Academy Males

    Oscar campaigners call them the Steak Eaters. The Academy is full of them--they're red-blooded males (not just American--Europeans and Aussies too), often directors, writers and craftspeople. They're the guys who voted for The Silence of the Lambs, Braveheart, Gladiator, Avatar and yes, Crash over B...

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    On DVD: "The American" Deserves Your Disappointment

    One of the most divisive films of the year, Anton Corbijn's "The American," arrives on DVD (and Blu-ray, Amazon VOD, etc) today. Based on Martin Booth's novel "A Very Private Gentleman," it stars George Clooney as an American assassin laying low in Italy after being hunted by some Swedish hit-men. The picture received very mixed reviews (62% at Rotten Tomatoes), and though its $35 million domestic gross (not to mention the additional $29 million made oversees) is plenty for how little it cost, most U.S. audiences came away terribly disappointed ("D-" grade on Cinemascore). And they seemed to have every right to be, given the marketing, which ...

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    The National Film Registry Names 25 New Films

    The National Film Registry added 25 films this year deemed to be "culturally, historically or aesthetically significant."

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    Oscar Watch: Animated The Illusionist is Homage to Tati

    Which animated film will land the third Oscar slot behind Toy Story 3 and How to Train Your Dragon? The critics have given a serious boost Sylvain Chomet's elegiac 2-D The Illusionist, which won best animated film at the European Film Awards and New York Film Critics Circle and a spotlight award fro...

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    Standouts Of The Year

    Top Tens are fine, but what about those films and events too idiosyncratic for lists? A few highs and lows of the year:

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    First Look: Kirsten Dunst & Jim Sturgess In Sci-Fi Romance 'Upside Down'

    The plot is a little out there, but we're definitely curious for the forthcoming sci-fi romance "Upside Down" starring Kirsten Dunst and a bearded Jim Sturgess.

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    Trailer & Poster For Natalie Portman's 'The Other Woman'

    After opening in a handful of foreign territories including Russia and France, the Natalie Portman-led “Love And Other Impossible Pursuits” now known as “The Other Woman,” is finally gearing up for a release on this side of the ocean and now has a fresh trailer and poster for the film.

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    Kino International Takes On "City of Life and Death"

    Kino International, the theatrical releasing arm of Kino Lorber Inc., has acquired North American rights to Lu Chuan's Chinese blockbuster "City of Life and Death." The company plans to have it premiere in the U.S. on May 11 at Film Forum in New York.

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    2010: My Year of Giving Up on Movies

    Let me just preface this post by clarifying that I haven't given up on movies as a whole. In spite of my end-of-semester, burned-out attitude exhibited on Twitter lately, I haven't lost my interest in cinema. I finally saw 'Black Swan' last night and liked it a lot. The same goes for 'Rabbit Hole,' ...

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