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    Exclusive: Zeitgeist Films Takes US Rights To Powerful, Lauded Doc 'Let The Fire Burn'

    Exclusive: Zeitgeist Films Takes US Rights To Powerful, Lauded Doc 'Let The Fire Burn'

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    Aubrey Plaza and the Importance of Having Girls Come of Age in Film

    Aubrey Plaza has always been a darkly comedic force in her role as April Ludgate on Parks and Recreation. She has continued to show her comedic range as a young intern in Safety Not Guaranteed and now as Brandy Klark in the upcoming The To Do List will tackle the sexual coming of age comedy.

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    Watch: New Instagram Trailer (Yes, That's A Thing Now) For 'Jobs' Biopic Plus New Pics

    WWSJD? It's coming on two years since the passing of Apple founder, innovator, guru and game-changer Steve Jobs, and it's still difficult to imagine the tech landscape without him. Blessed with a vision and creativity few in the industry possess with a drive that made him as many friends as enemies,...

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    Rent, Buy Or Bin? Watch The First 10 Minutes Of 'Evil Dead' Before It Hits Home Video

    Right around the beginning of the year, "Evil Dead" was marked down as one of the big, highly anticipated horror flicks of the summer. The Sam Raimi and Bruce Campbell-produced and approved redo of their seminal '80s movie was promising buckets of blood (which it delivered), gore (ditto), a hard-R r...

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    Adepero Oduye Is Replacing Condola Rashad In 'The Trip to Bountiful'

    Last week, when it was announced that the Broadway revival of The Trip to Bountiful, which was initially scheduled for a 14-week limited engagement through July 7, received a second extension to close on October 9, I wondered whether co-star Condola Rashad would be replaced for the latter half of th...

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    Why Talking About Women Directors Matters

    When I started doing this work almost six years ago, and when I spoke about the importance of talking about women directors, about the importance of their voices, I was basically talking to the mirror. Boy how things have changed in the last couple of years. It's amazing how rich the conversation ...

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    Gravitas Nabs 'Calvin & Hobbes' Doc 'Dear Mr. Watterson' on the Influence of the Classic Comic Strip (TRAILER)

    In time for Comic-Con, Gravitas Ventures has snapped up North American rights to documentary "Dear Mr. Watterson," which explores the impact of Bill Watterson's "Calvin & Hobbes" comic strip. It is directed by first-time filmmaker Joel Allen Schroeder.

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    New Look At Sandra Bullock & George Clooney In 'Gravity' Plus Fresh Pics Of 'Carrie,' 'Thor 2,' 'Catching Fire' & More

    So, you want to know what major upcoming movies are going to be pimped out at the Whale's Vagina Comic-Con this week? You're looking at 'em. EW has dropped a bunch of new snaps from a handful of major blockbusters, so let's dive in...

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    Contest: Win A Set Of 3 Character Posters From 'Only God Forgives'

    Highly anticipated, spawning divisive reactions at Cannes after its premiere and continuing to earn buzz for its gruesome violence and singular vision, Nicolas Winding Refn's "Only God Forgives" finally arrives in theaters this Friday. And we've got a pretty great little treat for fans who have been...

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    As Zimmerman Verdict Brings Protests, Weinsteins Push 'Fruitvale Station' and BET Special

    The Weinstein Company knows that Saturday's verdict of not guilty for George Zimmerman makes the already well-reviewed and well-attended "Fruitvale Station" all the more relevant. On July 15, TWC will air the special "Fruitvale Station: The Story of Oscar Grant" on BET at 7:30pm ET/PT.

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