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    Trailer Watch: Bachelorette - Written and Directed by Leslye Headland

    This is based on the play by Leslye Headland and premiered at Sundance in January. The more I see information about this movie, the more I want to see it. I am also excited to see more of Rebel Wilson who was hysterical in her scene in Bridesmaids.

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    Trailer Watch: Superman Returns in Zack Snyder's 'Man of Steel'

    At Comic-Con last week, Zack "The Watchmen" Snyder's "Man of Steel" teaser introduced a new cast led by Brit hunk Henry Cavill as Superman as alien outsider, plus Russell Crowe (also sounding Brit) as Jor-El, Kevin Costner as his human father, Amy Adams as Lois Lane and Michael Shannon as Krypton vi...

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    Video: George R.R. Martin Interview on 'Game of Thrones'

    In this fascinating video interview, Hollywood screenwriter George R.R. Martin, born in Bayonne, New Jersey, talks about how he came to write the "Game of Thrones" books.

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    Meet SnagFilms Filmmakers: Katie Carman, Director of Punk Rock Zombie Film 'Eat Me!'

    As a kid, director Katie Carman's storytelling and "wild imagination" used to get her into trouble. Through her love of filmmaking, however, she's harnessed those proclivities into a creative machine, with "Eat Me" being the most recent result. Inspired by the innovative ...

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    How The Beasts In The "Beasts Of The Southern Wild" Came To Be

    Anyone who's seen the Beasts on the Southern Wild or even just the trailers knows that a major plot point are these mythical gigantic wild boors called Aurochs which may be real...or maybe not. I'll leave it for you to see the film and decide for yourself.

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    Meet SnagFilms Filmmakers: Andrew Bryan, Director of Coen Brothers Inspired Short 'Statue'

    Director Andrew Bryan started making films with friends in High School, standing behind the camera to avoid documenting his self professed social awkwardness. It was in college that Bryan's appreciation for cinema really flourished, and he found he "could communicate something that couldn't be expre...

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    Watch (Exclusive): Will Ferrell and Nick Offerman Talk 'Casa De Mi Padre' (Now on DVD/Blu-ray)

    Casa De Mi Padre" (aka the film in which Will Ferrel speaks in Spanish) landed on DVD and Blu-ray on Tuesday. If you're a fan of old Westerns, telenovelas, or just curious to see how Ferrel fares among native Spanish speaking actors like Diego Luna and Gael Garcia Bernal, then we advise you to seek ...

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    Outfest: Caouette's 'Walk Away Renee' and its Accidental Terrence Malick Moment [Exclusive Clip]

    "Walk Away Renee," Jonathan Caouette's follow-up to his 2003 documentary "Tarnation," debuted at Cannes followed by a long fest run including Toronto, New York and Sundance, and nabbed a Best Documentary nomination at the Indie Spirits. "Walk Away Renee" will show at Los Angeles' Outfest on Saturday...

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    Trailer Watch: Danish Provocateur Mads Brugger Talks Going Undercover as Tacky Euro-African Consul in 'The Ambassador'

    Check out the first trailer for Mads Brugger's "The Ambassador," a ballsy documentary stunt in which the director travels to the Central African Republic and disguises himself as an over-the-top caricature of a European-African consul.

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    Watch: Mads Brugger is Back to His Provocative Ways in the Trailer for Sundance Doc 'The Ambassador'

    You can always count on Danish journalist/filmmaker Mads Brügger to stir the pot. In the award-winning documentary that put him on the map, "The Red Chapel," Brügger headed to North Korea with two Danish-Korean comedians under the guise of a cultural exchange to show what life is...

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