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    September Criterion Titles Include 3 Films By Roberto Rossellini Starring Ingrid Bergman & 'La Cage Aux Folles'

    It’s that time of year again, where weekend after weekend brings more cities being destroyed in louder and louder fashion on the big screen. But fret not, Criterion has just the sustenance you need to survive. The famed distribution label has released their schedule for September and it includes som...

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    James Franco Tries Out Crowdfunding for 3 Feature Films Based on the Book He Wrote

    Fresh off his directorial debut, the William Faulkner adaptation "As I Lay Dying," which just had its premiere at Cannes (go HERE for our review), James Franco has just launched a crowdfunding campaign on IndieGoGo for $500,000 to make a trilogy of feature films based on short stories in his first b...

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    Exclusive: Shawn Fanning Talks The Rise Of Napster & File Sharing In Clip From 'Downloaded'

    For anyone in their 30s (or beyond), they've lived through a tremendous change in how music is consumed and shared in a third of a lifetime. From vinyl to cassettes to CDs to mp3s, from mixed tapes to mixed CDs to Spotify playlists, everything about how we engage with music has been profoundly pushe...

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    Will You Give James Franco $500,000 So He Can Make A Trilogy Based On His Own Short Stories?

    The subject of celebrities crowdsourcing to get their movie projects funded has been debated constantly throughout the year. The “Veronica Mars” movie and Zach Braff’s “Wish I Was Here” both managed to have successful Kickstarter campaigns despite many complaints and negative feedback the projects m...

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    Christopher Nolan Initially Disagreed With The Ending Of 'Man Of Steel,' 'Superman: Birthright' Writer Hates The Result

    If you haven't already caught the biggest June box-office opening of all time, you've no doubt witnessed the division of critics' opinions over Zack Snyder's Superman reboot, “Man of Steel.” As much as a sequel is secured, the film is certainly a mixed bag, as we discussed yesterday in our look at i...

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    New Season of Call the Midwife to Be Directed Only by Women

    Hurrah. How exciting.

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    'Sin City: A Dame To Kill For' Pushed Back Nearly An Entire Year To Late Summer 2014

    It appears that Robert Rodriguez is human. With a work ethic to rival James Franco, the filmmaker has been on a tear recently shooting "Machete Kills," "Sin City: A Dame To Kill For," and the fan-assisted short "Two Scoops," while lining up TV projects including a "From Dust 'Til Dawn" series and a ...

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    Watch Trailer For Provocative New Series 'Red Sleep'

    Dealing with America's long history of medical experimentation on black people, and conceived, written and directed by Andre Welsh, Red Sleep is being marketed as a television series; according to people involved with the program, negotiations are currently under way with both domestic and intern...

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    ABFF '13 Preview: Young Man Returns from College in 'The Heart of Summer'

    ABFF '13 Preview: Young Man Returns from College in 'The Heart of Summer'

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    Watch: Disney Goes 'Ice Age' In First Teaser Trailer For 'Frozen'

    So what does Disney do when getting the first word out about their brand new princess movie? Get an article in USA Today featuring an interview with Kristen Bell? Yep, makes sense. Make sure that the very first teaser trailer looks like an "Ice Age" movie....uh, what?

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