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    Danny Boyle Explains Why 'Millions' Should Have Been A Musical, Calls It The Ultimate Genre He Hopes To Tackle

    Filmmaker Danny Boyle has tackled almost every genre under the sun. Thrillers ("Shallow Grave"), sci-fi and space adventure ("Sunshine"), post-apocalyptic horror ("28 Days Later"), romantic comedies ("A Life Less Ordinary"), hipster drug movies ("Trainspotting"), international dramas with romance an...

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    What Are You Seeing This Weekend? Go 'To The Wonder' And 'Disconnect' With '42' & 'Scary Movie 5'

    It seems we have a weekend of disaster on our hands. Besides the apocalypse - set during a couples' brunch, of all places - this batch of films details the dystopic effects of modern technology, a futuristic world where diseases are commodified, a battle for survival at the ends of the earth (aka, t...

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    Watch: Clip & U.S. Poster For Carlos Reygadas' ‘Post Tenebras Lux’

    Almost a year ago, we dubbed Carlos Reygadas’ “Post Tenebras Lux” one of the most anticipated films of the Cannes Film Festival and we were proven right when Reygadas won Best Director for the film at the festival. Although the picture did not please all, our critic at Cannes was not especially impr...

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    New Doc About Teens & Violence, Made By Teens, Premieres In Harlem This Month

    Perhaps no documentary film is more prescient today than the new documentary short, Triggering Wounds, which deals with the crisis of teen violence in New York.

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    The Animated Jonathan Winters (1925-2013)

    Above is a publicity clipping of Jonathan Winters for the first movie he ever "appeared" in - as the voice of Sir Quigley Brokenbottom, a pig, in American International's anime pick-up Alakazam The Great (coincidentally one of the first anime films ever imported to the US).

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    First Look At 'R.I.P.D.' & Eva Green In '300: Rise Of An Empire' Plus Pics From 'The Wolverine,' 'Elysium' & More

    We're mid-April, which means there is still eight full months of the movie year to come, and helluva lotta blockbusters will be on the calendar. So roll up your sleeves and get ready for some sneak peeks at what's on the horizon.

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    Chicago Bulls' Joakim Noah Boards Feature Doc On Lenny Cooke As Producer (Tribeca Debut)

    Chicago Bulls' Joakim Noah Boards Feature Doc On Lenny Cooke As Producer (Tribeca Debut)

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    Obit: Comedian Jonathan Winters Has Died (VIDEO)

    Gifted comedian Jonathan Winters has died of natural causes at age 87, reports Variety. My fondest memories of him are Stanley Kramer's antic road comedy "It's a Mad Mad Mad Mad World" and Norman Jewison’s "The Russians Are Coming the Russians Are Coming," but of course this under-appreciated comi...

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    Olga Kurylenko Discusses Her Real-Life Parallels In 'To The Wonder,' Her Cut Footage With Rachel Weisz & More

    From Bond girl in “Quantum of Solace” to comedic presence in “Seven Psychopaths,” actress Olga Kurylenko has run quite a range of diverse, solid supporting roles thus far, but the two films she has landing in theatres this month -- Terrence Malick's “To The Wonder” and sci-fi thriller “Oblivion” wit...

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    In the Works: Robert Redford Set to Star in David Lowery's Next Film, True-Crime Story 'The Old Man and the Gun'

    Screen icon Robert Redford is attached to star in the next film by David Lowery, who caught plenty of buzz at this year's Sundance with his lyrical Western "Ain't Them Bodies Saints." The new project is "The Old Man and the Gun," an adaptation of David Grann's 2003 New Yorker article.

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