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    First 'World War Z' Reviews Land Plus New Pics & TV Spot

    In just a couple of weeks, Paramount will finally be unleashing "World War Z" into theaters, and it will be up to audiences to decide if the movie was a multi-million dollar folly that even extensive reshoots or rewrites couldn't save, or a thrilling summer movie that delivers the goods, no matter i...

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    Rumor: Penelope Cruz To Be The Next Bond Girl

    With Javier Bardem giving James Bond trouble as the baddie Silva in "Skyfall," could producers be keeping it in the family for the Bond girl for "Bond 24"? If rumors coming out of the UK are accurate that could be the case, but we'll see how it plays out.

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    Satirical Article on Sharon Stone as Cannes Heist Robber is Taken Seriously

    Earlier this weekend, Yahoo's front-page for their entertainment section featured the headline: "Sharon Stone Named Suspected in Cannes Jewel Heist." Below the headline, the credit goes to Variety. As an insanely juicy twist on the Cannes jewels heist, the news item was understandably given high bil...

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    L.A. Rebellion Chicago Screening Of 'As Above, So Below’ w/ Filmmaker Larry Clark, Thursday 6/6

    The 11th in the ongoing series of the Chicago screenings of the L.A. Rebellion touring film series, will continue on Thursday June 6 with a screening of a newly restored print of filmmaker Larry Clark’s 1973 feature film, As Above, So Below.

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    On Sunday Morning, TV Rambles On and On and On.

    TV's Sunday morning talk shows ramble on and on and on. And on.

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    Jean Stapleton, TV's Edith Bunker, Dies at 90

    Jean Stapleton, America's most beloved "dingbat," has died of naturlal causes at the age of 90.

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    Can NHL's Dream Playoff Match-ups Boost NBC's Ratings?

    The National Hockey League should be all smiles as the semi-finals are about to begin, pitting the Chicago Blackhawks and the Los Angeles Kings in the west and the Pittsburgh Penguins and the Boston Bruins in the east.

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    Over 40 New 'Man Of Steel' Images; Zack Snyder Suggests A Superman Sequel Must Arrive Before 'Justice League' Can Happen

    "I get my evil from Satan. I drink it. It hurts. But then I take some Pepto and the pain goes away," Michael Shannon joked yesterday in typically mischievous fashion regarding his villain character Zod at the "Man Of Steel" press conference in Los Angeles. Yep, Zack Snyder's Superman movie is only 1...

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    Olive Films To Release "Betty Boop: The Essential Collection"

    Big news for classic cartoon fans: Olive Films, has announced a July release for Betty Boop: The Essential Collection, Vol. 1 (1932-1937).

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    'Akwantu: The Journey' (History Of Jamaican Maroons) Available Today via Vimeo On Demand

    It's finally here! As we get set to celebrate June as Caribbean American Heritage Month here in the United States we are pleased to inform you that our award-winning documentary film Akwantu: the Journey will be available online for digital download at www.vimeo.com starting May 31, 2013. In additio...

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