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    A Boy and His Demon Colon: Magnet Releasing Buys 'Milo'

    Magnet Releasing has acquired North American distribution rights to horror comedy "Milo," which premiered at the just-wrapped SXSW Film Festival. Directed by Jacob Vaughan, written by Vaughn and Benjamin Hayes, and starring Ken Marino and Gillian Jacobs, "Milo" is the story of Duncan (Ken Marino), w...

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    Miles Davis' Last Filmed Concert (In Collaboration w/ Quincy Jones) Heading To DVD 3/19

    It's said to be Miles Davis' very last performance before his death - a collaboration between him and producer/arranger Quincy Jones, which happened on July 8, 1991.

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  • The Playlist
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    Joel Silver Is Now Going To Try To Make That 'Escape From New York' Reboot Into A Trilogy

    As long as there is a property to exploit, Hollywood will keeping trying, and one they've been trying to crack the nut on for years is John Carpenter's "Escape From New York." Len Wiseman, Brett Ratner, Jonathan Mostow, Gerard Butler and Josh Brolin have all been rumored as potential directors and s...

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    Sarah Silverman Will Sell Herself In Seth MacFarlane's 'A Million Ways To Die In The West'

    Even though he's still smarting from criticism over his Oscar hosting performance, tweeting a week ago, "Hey press-- y'know that frenzy you whipped up over the Oscars? Try using the same zeal over climate change. Just once. Make yourself useful," Seth MacFarlane is pressing on with his next movie. A...

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    Ken Watanabe Joins 'Godzilla' As Production Starts, Juliette Binoche Confirmed

    ...and just like that, Warner Bros. has announced that production has started today on "Godzilla," with the studio, filmmakers and everyone else keeping a tight lock and seal over details or anything else concerning the production. But the press release did offer up a couple more eyebrow raising bit...

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    This Thursday Only (3/21) Tosh Gitonga's 'Nairobi Half Life' Screens In 46 Theaters In The USA

    I still haven't seen the award-winning Kenyan crime drama, Nairobi Half Life, from director David Tosh Gitonga, which was Kenya's selection for the Best Foreign Language Oscar category last year, making it just the second film from Kenya to be entered into the race; the first was 2008's Heart o...

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  • Women and Hollywood
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    So That's The Problem - We Just All Missed the Joke

    Oscar producers Neil Meron and Craig Zadan just keep on sticking their feet in their mouth. As they collected an award for Smash at the GLAAD awards on Saturday night in NYC, they spoke out in defense of their Oscar host Seth MacFarlane.

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    Pew: Media's Future Bleak (So What Else Is New?)

    On March 18, the Pew pollsters unleashed a blizzard of bleak data describing the media industry's future. You probably saw the highlights splashed across many media outlets (because the media love to cover the media; their appetite for self-examination knows no bounds).

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    How Francis Ford Coppola's 'The Outsiders' Got Made, with Help from School Librarian

    As we know from the hugely successful "Veronica Mars" Kickstarter that reached its goal in record time on March 13, fans have a definite sway in getting movies made. Check out this fascinating correspondence from 1980 between elementary school librarian Jo Ellen Misakian and Hollywood producer Fred ...

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    Watch: First Teaser Trailer For Christopher Guest's New HBO Comedy Series 'Family Tree'

    Last night, "Girls" closed out its second season with a rather lacklustre finale, and while "Game Of Thrones" is HBO's next big series out the gate, later this spring they'll be returning with more laughs. The second season of "Veep" will kick off in April, with a new trailer recently arriving, and ...

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