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    Monday Hangover: Scream 4

    Monday HangoverScream 4 By Adam Nayman and Justin Stewart

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  • SydneysBuzz
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    Canada O Canada!

    Telefilm's Danielle Belanger, Project Leader, Festivals and Markets (left), Carolle Brabant, Executive Director (center; Brigitte Hubmann, Chargee de Projets (right) at Sundance 11Canada has quietly taken its place among the most interesting, important and active cinema producing countries today. As Carolle Brabant ♀, the new Executive Director of Telefilm Canada (since March 15, 2010), assumes leadership she is proud of the international recognition garnered by the Canadian film industry and its talents:

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  • Shadow and Act
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    New On DVD – “If God Is Willing And Da Creek Don’t Rise” (Plus Spike Will Be Signing Copies)

    Need I say more? Spike Lee's follow-up to When The Levees Broke, titled, If God Is Willing And Da Creek Don’t Rise, is now officially available on DVD. I don't see any info regarding a Blu-ray release.

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  • Shadow and Act
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    Watch Episode 3 Of New Animated Series “The Lebrons” (Web Series)

    Any of you actually keeping up with this extended Nike commercial Lebron James web series? I'll be honest and say that I still haven't watched a single episode of it. I'm in no rush... plus I have so much else to consume. But I'm sure I'll take a gander soon enough. If you have been watching, thoughts?

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  • The Playlist
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    '1991: The Year Punk Broke' Getting 20th Anniversary DVD Release This Fall

    If you were a teenager in the early '90s making your way through the punk and indie music of the decade, there was a good chance you had a copy of "1991: The Year Punk Broke" on your shelf. Directed by Dave Markey, the project was simply a documentary of Sonic Youth's European tour but the whole film gained a lot more attention when a little band from Seattle called Nirvana, who were opening for the elder statesmen, blew up huge. Instead, the film became a document of the burgeoning grunge scene and a behind-the-scenes look at Sonic Youth, Nirvana, Dinosaur Jr., Babes In Toyland and Gumball.

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  • Shadow and Act
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    Watch Episode 2 Of New “Mortal Kombat: Legacy” Web Series Starring Michael Jai White

    Here's episode 2 of the highly-anticipated Mortal Kombat: Legacy web series that was commissioned by Warner Bros. Jax (Michael Jai White), Striker (Tamoh Pennikett), Sonya Blade (Jeri Ryan) and Kano (Darren Shahlavi) all feature. If you missed episode 1, watched by more than 5 million people, see it HERE.

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  • Matt Dentler's Blog
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    Crackle steps it up with new app

    Crackle steps it up with new app

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  • Shadow and Act
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    Trailer For “The Help” Arrives! (Plus New Stills)

    Well, here it is... the first trailer for DreamWorks’ adaptation of Kathryn Stockett’s novel, The Help, which stars Viola Davis, Emma Stone, Bryce Dallas Howard, Sissy Spacek, Octavia Spencer and several others.

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  • The Playlist
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    Michael Peña To Partner Up With Jake Gyllenhaal In Cop Thriller 'End Of Watch'

    Michael Peña is one of those great character actors whose always just short of finding the project to break him into larger roles. He's been slogging it out in films like "World Trade Center," "Observe and Report," "Lions For Lambs," "The Lucky Ones," "My Son, My Son, What Have Ye Done," "Shooter" -- all stuff that was probably great on paper but just didn't translate onto the big screen. Even this year, he's appeared in "World Invasion: Battle Los Angeles" -- savaged by critics -- and "The Lincoln Lawyer," mostly noted for not being terrible and being the rare movie in which Matthew McConaughey keeps his shirt on. He's got a few more movies on the way this year (he's been busy): the low key Will Ferrell indie "Everything Must Go," the Ruben Fleischer comedy "30 Minutes Or Less" and the ensemble Brett Ratner thing "Tower Heist." And while we don't expect any of those projects to break him out in any big way, this one just might.

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  • Shadow and Act
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    Advance Screening Of "The First Grader" In Chicago With Star Naomie Harris Present

    We have profiled the UK film The First Grader several times previously on this site; it's being released theatrically in the U.S. next month.

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