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    Lucy Liu Talks About Racism in Hollywood

    Lucy Liu graces the cover of online fashion magazine, Net-A-Porter's Graphic Issue. Liu discusses some of the usual interview tropes--her sense of style, relationship status and her hit CBS show Elementary, where she plays Joan Watson--a decidedly modern and most interesting twist on the typical She...

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  • ReelPolitik
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    Who is "Politizane" and What's Next for the Income Inequality Viral Video

    I'm a little late to pseudonymous filmmaker Politizane's viral income inequality video, which peaked in March and has now ratcheted up more than 6 million views on YouTube. Thanks to Errol Morris's Twitter feed, I finally caught up to the vide, and I can see why this powerful but simple use of digit...

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  • The Playlist
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    Katniss Vs. Tris: New Poster For 'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire,' And New Image From 'Divergent'

    A few years ago, Hollywood was all about board games, but with the disaster that was Peter Berg’s “Battleship” and the one-two punch that was “Twilight” and “The Hunger Games,” studios have now pinned their hopes on the YA-market. This morning sees two new images, one from an already successful fran...

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    Oscilloscope Picks Up Tribeca Award-Winner 'Whitewash' with Thomas Haden Church

    Writer-director Emanuel Hoss-Desmarais won the Best New Narrative Director prize at this year's Tribeca Film Festival for his movie about a snowplow operator in Canada who must deal with the aftermath of a terrible accident. "Now I just can't wait for Americans to discover Thomas Haden Church's perf...

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  • The Playlist
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    Listen To Steven Soderbergh & Mike Nichols' Commentary For 'Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf'

    With Steven Soderbergh's "Behind The Candelabra" premiering at Cannes in the next few days, and hitting HBO a week on Sunday, we're not going to see a new film from him for a long time, if ever. But as he moves into other ventures, we hope he keeps up his habit of collaborating with great filmmakers...

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  • Thompson on Hollywood
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    IMDb Releases Top Ten List of Most Popular Cannes Competition Films, Quentin Tarantino Dominates

    As the Cannes Film Festival gets underway today, IMDb has released its list of the 10 most popular films to have been screened in competition for the Palme d'Or, based on user votes. Unsurprisingly, Quentin Tarantino makes a good showing on the list, dominating in the top three spots with 1994's "Pu...

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  • Shadow and Act
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    Not All Celebrity Kickstarter Campaigns Are Created Equal

    Not every *celebrity* Kickstarter campaign has been a success. We only hear about the high-flyers. But what about those that fail? It may or may not be a surprise to some of you that there are indeed those that don't quite make the cut. And in some cases - one specific case, anyway - failed miserabl...

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  • The Playlist
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    Horror Anthology 'ABCs Of Death' Getting A Sequel In 2014

    We’re going to need more alphabets. On the back of the success last year’s horror anthology “The ABCs of Death” -- for which 26 directors each directed a short loosely connected to the theme of death and an arbitrary letter of the alphabet -- it looks like we’re going to be getting a sequel, with pr...

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    Cannes Jury President Steven Spielberg Admits to Not Being Familiar With All Directors Up for Palme d'Or

    This year's Cannes jury president, Steven Spielberg, used the admittedly pointless 'meet the jury' press conference to make one thing clear. "I didn't say no a thousand times," he said after being asked why he finally accepted the invitation. "I've been so consistently at work in the spring time tha...

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  • The Playlist
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    Michael Giacchino Announces He'll Score Matt Reeves' 'Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes'

    Now that speculation seems to have been quashed over whether Michael Giacchino would inherit John Williams’ spot on J.J. Abrams’ “Star Wars” gig, the question then turned to where the “Star Trek Into Darkness” composer would land next, besides the Wachowskis’ “Jupiter Ascending.” But in record time,...

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