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    New Provocative Poster For 'Tyler Perry's Temptation: Confessions of a Marriage Counselor'

    New Provocative Poster For 'Tyler Perry's Temptation: Confessions of a Marriage Counselor'

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    Marlon Wayans Compares 'Scary Movie 5' To 'Celebrity Rehab,' Doesn't Expect To Shoot Richard Pryor Biopic Any Time Soon

    Last night, advance audiences got a peek at Marlon Wayans’ new film, “A Haunted House.” Produced by, co-written and starring Wayans, the horror spoof was entirely a labor of love, a low-budget twenty-day shoot that Wayans believes accurately represents his style of comedy. “T...

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    First Official Poster For 'Blue Caprice' Surfaces - Isaiah Washington As Beltway Sniper

    Making its debut at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival this month is Alexandre Moors's Blue Caprice - the drama based on the story of the real-life Beltway (Washington D.C. area) sniper attacks of 2002, perpetrated by John Allen Muhammad, and&n...

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    Watch: Trailer For Co-Directed Werner Herzog Documentary 'Happy People: A Year In The Taiga'

    While a big portion of North America is currently in the grip of winter, and the snow, darkness and cold that comes with it, there are many of you that won't see one snowflake this season. But if you're looking to get (more than a) taste of what that's like, a new documentary is here to ...

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    What Are You Seeing This Weekend? 'Gangster Squad' & 'A Haunted House' Headline In Theaters

    There really is no rest for the wicked. Blood and brain matter, lechery, and crude allusion spew out of this weekend's cinematic lineup by the gallon. There's gangster genre violence, imitative violence, monster violence, violence against children, bullying violence, historical violence, and the vio...

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    Watch: Halle Berry Is A 911 Operator In Trailer For 'The Machinist' Director Brad Anderson's 'The Call'

    Okay, can we say that whatever good will Brad Anderson had from the (somewhat overrated) "The Machinist" has now officially evaporated? Since then, he's delivered "Transsiberian" and "Vanishing On 7th Street," but mostly worked in TV.  And now he has teamed up ...

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    Details For The 'Stoker' Soundtrack Featuring Clint Mansell, Emily Wells & Philip Glass

    Clint Mansell turned 50 earlier this week, and it could be argued that he is the finest high-profile working composer yet to receive an Oscar nomination. That’s despite creating some truly stunning scores for the likes of “Requiem For A Dream,” “Black Swan,” “Moon...

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    2 of 15 Films in Berlin Competition Line Up Directed by Women

    The Berlin International Film Festival announced their full competition line up for the Golden Bear. Two of the nine films from this most recent announcement are directed by women. As we previously reported, 0 of the 7 (there is one special screening) earlier announced films in competition were dire...

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    The Curious Case of Brad Pitt's China Tweet

    The Daily Beast reports that Chinese microblogging service Sina Weibo, China's version of Twitter (which is blocked there) with upwards of 400 million users, was sent spinning last week when Brad Pitt started an account, inaugurating it with this message: "It is the truth. Yup, I'm coming..." The We...

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    Steven Spielberg Says 'Robopocalypse' Not Quite Dead, Starting New Work On Script With More Personal Story

    This last week has been somewhat of a mixed bag for Steven Spielberg. Sure there’s been a whole host of Oscar nominations, but there’s also been the collapse of his highly anticipated adaptation of Daniel H. Wilson’s novel, “Robopocalypse.” The film, penned by “Ca...

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