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    secret's out: Winter's Bone

    Winter's Bone | Leonard Maltin | Leonard Maltin's Secret's Out | Movie Trailers

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  • THE BACK ROW MANIFESTO by Tom Hall
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    The 2010 FIFA World Cup | Day Three

    The 2010 FIFA World Cup | Day Three

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    NYU & UT Austin Among Top Schools at Student Academy Awards

    Concluding a national competition that began regionally, AMPAS presented the Student Academy Awards in Los Angeles last night. Luke Matheny from NYU won the award for best narrative film for "God of Love" while Ruth Fertig from the University of Texas at Austin won the documentary prize for "Yizkor ...

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    Weekend Box Office: Summer Reprieve as Karate Kid Kicks A-Team's Ass (updated)

    The summer box office won a reprieve this weekend as two 80s remakes went against each other. Warm-hearted family franchise The Karate Kid kicked actioner The A-Team's ass, thanks to the potent combo of genuine martial arts master Jackie Chan and Hollywood scion Jaden Smith, reports Anthony D'Alessa...

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    Coppola's Somewhere Heads for Venice

    We know that Sofia Coppola is talented--she already won an Oscar for writing Lost in Translation for chrissakes--but her identity as a filmmaker is still emerging. She has style up the wazoo, on ample display in Marie Antoinette, but what is she capable of? This question is fueling the intense curio...

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    Oscar Talk Summer Edition: Post-Cannes, Box Office Blues

    In our second Oscar Talk Summer Edition, In Contention's Kris Tapley and I cover his cross-country road trip, award contenders emerging from Cannes, and the disappointing summer so far, with some debate over indie darlings Winter's Bone and The Kids Are Alright, which opens next week's Los Angeles F...

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    Neistats, Round Two.

    Neistats, Round Two.

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    Twilight Hype as Eclipse Opens and Breaking Dawn Breaks in Two

    On the eve of Twilight: Eclipse's press junket this weekend and premiere June 24 at the 7000-seat Nokia Theater at the Los Angeles Film Festival, Summit Entertainment has stated the obvious: that the filming of the fourth book in Stephanie Meyer's Twilight series, Breaking Dawn, to be directed by Bill Condon, will be in two parts. The first film is set for November 18, 2011. The cast will return: Three leads Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner, plus Billy Burke, Peter Facinelli, Elizabeth Reaser, Jackson Rathbone, Nikki Reed, Ashley Greene and Kellan Lutz. Series writer Melissa Rosenberg is writing it now with a fall shoot pl...

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    iPOP: A Picture is Worth 1000 Words!

    Talk of "Summer Mode" is common this time of the year, when people are looking to escape town on weekends and the "work" of film appears to be on the back burner. But this week, quite a few events took place here in New York and around the country. At any given time on any day, of course, there are ...

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    Poster of the Week

    Hey, want to read? Want to really read something? Got some time on your hands as you're walking past a theater marquee on the way to work, or flipping through the ads in the movie section of your local newspaper? You have an hour or so to spend, right? Fear not if reading this poster leaves you blind as a bat: it's really Frank Langella's voice, rather than his Droopy Dawg visage, that gives this rendition of Dracula its superhuman charge. I'm not entirely sure why it's essential that one is familiar with the real Count Vlad the impaler and the fact that he "had several mistresses who took erotic delight in his cruelty" before actually watch...

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