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    Cinefamily resurrects Lucasfilm's "Twice Upon A Time" (1983)

    Los Angeles repertory cinema The Cinefamily will score a coup later this month - they will be screening a 35mm print of the seldom seen animated feature Twice Upon A Time. The 1983 Lucasfilm production was a Ladd Company presentation through Warner Bros. It was also an unusual failure at the box off...

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    Happy 4th Birthday Shadow & Act!

    Oh yeah... before I forget...

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    First Images Of Clive Owen, Mila Kunis, Matthias Schoenaerts & More In Guillaume Canet's 'Blood Ties'

    Earlier this year, we had heard that Guillaume Canet's "Blood Ties" was nearing the finish line, and thus we included it on our list of films that may show up at the Cannes Film Festival. And perhaps this is a further indication that when the lineup is unveiled later this week, the French filmmaker'...

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    Watch: Steve Coogan & Anna Friel Talk Kinky Sex In New Clip From 'The Look Of Love'

    Marking the fourth collaboration between director Michael Winterbottom and actor Steve Coogan, "The Look of Love" is based on the true story of porn baron Paul Raymond. Raymond amassed over $1 billion through purchasing prime real estate in London's Soho, becoming Britain's richest man and earning t...

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    Fundraising Campaign For Doc on Obama & His "Delicate" Relationship w/ The Black Community

    It pretty safe to say that President Obama’s relationship with the black community is complicated to say the least. Of course he still has overwhelming support from black folks, but there is a lot of disappointment as well.

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    World's Largest Cartoon Screening

    Animation Scoop reader Jess Price sent in this photo (above) from the cartoon screening he attended last night: Chuck Jones' 1957 Bugs Bunny cartoon What's Opera Doc? on the world's largest high-definition screen.

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    Empire Special J. J. Abrams Issue: 'Star Trek,' 'Star Wars,' and 'Lost'

    J.J. Abrams fans, get thee to a newstand. Empire Magazine has published a special fold-out edition for a special "J. J. Abrams" issue, which devotes a whopping 75 pages devoted to the film and TV writer-director-producer.

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    Danai Gurira Breaks Down Michonne's Character Progression From Intro To Present...

    If you're a fan of the comic books that the TV series is based on, I'm sure you've realized by now that the show's producers aren't sticking closely to the source material, and are pretty much making their own way, taking creative liberties with the original work.

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    Zoe Saldana Has Phaser Set To Kill In New Uhura 'Star Trek Into Darkness' Character Poster

    Here's a new character from the upcoming Star Trek Into Darkness featuring Zoe Saldana as Uhura.

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