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    First FULL Trailer For 'Best Man Holiday' - Malcolm D. Lee's Sequel To 'The Best Man'

    Well, you've been teased with 2 or 3 short spots thus far. Now here's the first FULL trailer for Malcolm D. Lee's sequel to The Best Man, titled The Best Man Holiday, which sees the return of the stars from the first film, including Taye Diggs, Nia Long, Morris Chestnut, Harold Perrineau,Terrence Ho...

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    Errol Morris Books A Ticket To 'Holland, Michigan'

    Master documentarian Errol Morris is largely known for his fascinating profiles into the odder and darker corners of humanity that still somehow manage to resonate with nearly everyone who crosses his films. Everything from pet cemeteries ("Gates Of Heaven") to war veterans ("The Fog Of War") to phy...

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    New Report Considers Building A Commercially Viable Black Segment Of The UK Film Industry

    In case you haven't noticed, by the influx of black British talent into the USA, while we here in America lament the lack of opportunities and representation of black people in film and TV, it's far worse in the UK for black British talent.

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    Watch: Jeff Bridges Goes Witch Hunting In First Trailer For Much Delayed 'Seventh Son'

    Man, Jeff Bridges sure has been slumming it lately. Okay, he suited up wonderfully for "True Grit," but the past few years have mostly seen him sleepwalk through "Tron: Legacy," next weekend's sure to be terrible "R.I.P.D." and next this sure to be turd-tacular "Seventh Son." (Those paychecks must b...

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    LatinoBuzz: Pedro Almodovar's Airplane-Set I'm So Excited Is an Orgy in the Sky

    I am pretty sure the first time I saw one of Pedro Almodóvar's movies was in my high school Spanish class. I was completely entranced, Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown was unlike anything I had ever seen before. And hence began my long love affair with his films.

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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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    The Black List Launches Inaugural All-Expense Paid Screenwriters Lab for New Writers

    You may recall our interview with The Black List founder Franklin Leonard a few weeks ago, where he spoke about two upcoming "very big announcements" that promised more access for new writers. It seems the first was news of the Black List's partnership with WGA West, which will offer a member discou...

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    Watch: Jason Schwartzman, Patton Oswalt, Billy Dee Williams & More Visit The 'Star Wars' Cantina

    Of the many little things in the "Star Wars" universe that fans have latched onto, the Mos Eisley Cantina from the first "Star Wars" maybe one of the most enduring. Granted, a lot happened there. It's where Han Solo shot Greedo, where Han Solo and Chewbecca are first introduced and Ponda Baba gets h...

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    'Carrie' Gets Bloody, Electro Faces Down Spidey In 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2' & More Looks At Comic-Con Hopefuls

    We're just over a week away from the San Diego Comic-Con, which will give grown men a free pass to wear Darth Vader costumes in broad daylight without fear of reprisal. And it also means studios are getting ready to open the floodgates on whatever material they have that might appeal to the throngin...

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    Upcoming Documentary on Studio Ghibli Goes Behind the Scenes with Hayao Miyazaki

    Exciting news lands today for Studio Ghibli fans. Filmmaker Mami Sunada is completing the final cut on a documentary that goes behind the scenes of the legendary Japanese animation studio. The film is titled "The Kingdom of Dreams and Madness," and centers -- naturally -- on auteur Hayao Miyazaki, w...

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