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  • Women and Hollywood
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    Take a Look at the Busiest Woman in Movies This Year: Jessica Chastain

    If you haven't seen Jessica Chastain in a movie this year, you haven't been to the movies because she has been in five, some big and some small.  Most actors would be lucky to have one role that gets some notice, but this 30 year old woman has proved herself in all these films.  Her biggest problem this year is that she is competing with herself for an Oscar. 

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  • Shadow and Act
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    First Look At Anthony Mackie In New Still Images From Heist Flick "Man On A Ledge"

    Aha! There he is! I knew he was in this flick, despite the fact that he was just about absent from the film's first trailer (posted back in September). We see more of him in this one still image than we did in the entire 3-minute trailer. 

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  • The Playlist
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    New Poster For Mel Gibson's 'How I Spent My Summer Vacation'

    It seems that America and/or Hollywood isn't quite ready to forgive Mel Gibson just yet. His attempted comeback films -- the dreadful "Edge Of Darkness" and the middling "The Beaver" -- weren't the vehicles they were supposed to be, and his offscreen behaviour has continued to dog the actor. And while he was rumored for a couple of new projects this year -- the international heist thriller "Sleight" as well as a Jewish historical epic -- they both seem to be stalled and/or have courted controversy. So given the uneasy relationship the industry continues to have with the actor/writer/director it's no suprise he still has one movie sitting on the shelf, waiting to be released.

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  • Women and Hollywood
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    Another Interesting Teaser for The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo

    Another Interesting Teaser for The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo

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  • The Playlist
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    To Cap Off The Year Of The Movie Dog, Sherlock Holmes' Hound Gets His Own Poster

    For a dog-lover, like many of us at The Playlist, 2011 has a been a great year at the films for screen pups. From Uggie in "The Artist" and Snowy in "The Adventures of Tintin" to Cosmo in "Beginners" and Skeletor in "50/50," mutts have been stealing the show left, right and center, finally leaving cats in the dust. While the Academy stubbornly refuse to add a canine category to recognize our four-legged friends, one of the biggest movies of the Christmas season has decided to put a dog at the forefront of its promo material.

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  • The Playlist
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    Watch: Emma Roberts Is 'The Girl With The Tramp Stamp Tattoo'

    With only a few weeks to go until its release, anticipation is reaching something closer to fever pitch for one of the biggest films of the year. Starring one of the most hotly touted young actresses of the moment, in the biggest stretch of her career to date, the film delves into the dark heart of Sweden, uncovering the truth behind a series of murders, and the rotten heart of one of the country's most prominent families. With reviews set to hit any day now (after that embargo controversy earlier in the week), we've now been given our most revealing glimpse yet at Emma Roberts in "The Girl With The Tramp Stamp Tattoo."

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  • The Playlist
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    Listen: Jonsi's "Ævin Endar" From 'We Bought A Zoo"; Full Soundtrack Now Streaming

    This holiday season, Sigur Rós frontman Jónsi is taking his Icelandic brand of lovely post-rock to the silver screen, scoring Cameron Crowe’s “We Bought a Zoo,” which has so far gotten the “It’s good for what it is” stamp of approval from most critics, including us.

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  • Women and Hollywood
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    New Trailer for The Iron Lady

    New Trailer for The Iron Lady

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  • The Playlist
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    Tom Cruise Wants ‘Top Gun 2’ To Be Exactly Like 'Top Gun'

    When a filmmaker or actor wants to revisit a franchise many years later, it’s usually done for what is (at least to them) a good reason: Bruce Willis appeared in “Live Free or Die Hard” for the money, “The Godfather Part III” was a thinly veiled attempt to get Sofia Coppola to move out of the house, and before the dawn of the 21st century, George Lucas never had the means to turn Yoda into the cracked out Pokémon he was always intended to be.

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  • Women and Hollywood
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    Women in Entertainment Power 100 List

    The Hollywood Reporter published its annual list of the most powerful women in entertainment yesterday and the news is that women rule TV and really don't have enough power in the film business. I guess that really shouldn't surprise most people, but when you look at the list (which is of course subjective) you can see how much work women have to do. Also, if you were wondering why you like cable more than the networks you will notice that women have a lot of power in the cable business.

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