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    Trailer Watch: Austenland - Directed by Jerusha Hess

    Jerusha Hess's feature debut, Austenland, follows the very single Jane (Keri Russell) who has been obsessed with the works of Jane Austen since she was young. However, her status as Jane's Austen fangirl has been detrimental to her finding a guy.

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    VIDEO AND TEXT: Nelson Carvajal and Amber Sparks on Guillermo del Toro

    Guillermo del Toro, the man with endless creative ideas, who lives in a mansion he calls Bleak House—filled with monsters, aliens, and comics—seems perhaps more in touch with a pop-culture obsessed public hungry for good horror than any other director since Hitchcock.

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    Trailer for Kim Cattrall in Sweet Bird of Youth

    I'm kicking myself for not getting a ticket to see Sweet Bird of Youth when I was in London last week especially since Kim Cattrall has been so outspoken on the issue of aging and women and Hollywood. I found this trailer interesting because a- we really don't see trailers for plays, and b- how foc...

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    Watch: A New (And Much Improved) Trailer for Paul Schrader's 'The Canyons,' Starring Lindsay Lohan

    Writer Bret Easton Ellis and "American Gigolo" writer-director Paul Schrader took a creative approach to promoting their upcoming indie "The Canyons," prior to it being picked up by IFC Films, via a number of crafty teasers (like this black-and-white '50s inspired one) that promised a sordid camp fe...

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    First Look: New Red Band Trailer and Poster for Spike Lee's 'Oldboy' Remake

    Spike Lee's remake of Chan-wook Park's 2003 South Korean visceral thriller "Oldboy" arrives on October 25 (Film District scooped up U.S. rights in September). Lee released "Red Hook Summer" last summer; his Michael Jackson doc "Bad 25" played well on the fall fest circuit in advance of its Thanksgiv...

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    Watch: Josh Brolin In The Violent Red-Band Trailer For Spike Lee's Remake of 'Oldboy'

    FilmDistrict has finally unveiled the anticipated red-band trailer for Spike Lee's remake of Park Chan-Wook's "Oldboy," which you can watch below.

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    Exclusive: Watch French Girls Behaving Badly in Trailer for 'Les Coquillettes'

    Sophie Letourneur's sexy, playful romp "Les coquillettes" is getting a one week release next week at the MoMA in New York, from July 17-23. MoMA is teaming up with Tangerine Entertainment, the production company for female directors started by industry veterans Amy Hobby and Anne Hubbell.

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    Dustin Hoffman Brought to Tears While Eloquently Explaining Why 'Tootsie' Was "Never a Comedy"

    In the clip below from the American Film Institute's archives, Dustin Hoffman reflects on why and how he pursued the 1982 film, "Tootsie." The video starts with Hoffman emphatically asking the question he found central to the film, and ends with a poignant moment of realization. The content is best ...

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    Watch: Here's How Princess Elizabeth Was Introduced to the Public in 1926 (VIDEO)

    With Prince William and Kate Middleton expecting their first child this month, the British Film Institute has posted archival footage from Empire News Bulletin featuring the first photos of baby Princess Elizabeth before she was queen, born to George VI and Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon.

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    Girls Are More Than Just Princesses

    As we've reported about before, images aimed at young girls in the media don't have much variety. As The Geena Davis Institute in Media has researched only 28.3% of speaking roles in family films are female and rarely are they in positions of power.

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