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    Teaser For Arthouse/Fantasy Film 'Touch' (Starring Tanya Fear, Directed By Shola Amoo)

    Check out this trailer for a film called Touch, from Brit filmmaker Shola Amoo, whose past work we've featured on S&A - an experimental short film he co-directed with Nosa Nedion, titled Reparations For The Soul, which starred Ashley Walters (watch it HERE if you missed it).As we continue to ha...

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    Terrence Howard Learns That Show Business Is A Cutthroat Business

    It's not easy being an actor. Just ask Terrence Howard who recently admitted that his career has been a wild trip of ups and downs. But mostly downs.

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    Watch: New Trailer For Animated 'Epic' Featuring Voices Of Amanda Seyfried, Colin Farrell, Christoph Waltz & More

    With two and a half months to go until the release of “Epic,” Blue Sky has dropped another trailer for the film that includes a few new reveals -- but quick cuts to ornate nature scenes viewed on a laptop likely don't do justice to their intended 3D glory.

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    Exclusive: Preview 'To The Wonder' Composer Hanan Townshend's Score For SXSW Film 'Loves Her Gun'

    While you might not know the name Hanan Townshend, the fast rising composer is truly on the cusp of recognition by cinephile ears. Later this year, you'll be able to hear his work as composer on Terrence Malick's "To The Wonder," and as fans of the filmmaker may already known, Townshend also contrib...

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    Discuss: Is James Mangold Setting The Wrong Expectations By Revealing His Inspirations For 'The Wolverine'?

    In the early months of promoting a big-budget film, parties involved usually make a play towards reaching diehards first, making their film seem like a boutique item to the devoted. This sort of fan service feeds the few who are credited with starting the “buzz” on a film before a trailer is release...

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    Exclusive Poster for SXSW Thriller 'Cheap Thrills' Starring Pat Healy and Sara Paxton

    Among the slate of films that open Austin's SXSW Film Festival tomorrow is "What Fun We Were Having" co-writer E.L. Katz' directorial debut "Cheap Thrills," written by Troma vet Trent Haaga and David Chirchirillio.

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    Watch: Trailer For SXSW Documentary 'Milius' Featuring Martin Scorsese, Steven Spielberg, Francis Ford Coppola & More

    The older he’s gotten, the more of a legend he has become. So it should come as no surprise that the great John Milius would have a documentary made about him -- the real question is what took so long. The man behind the “Dirty Harry” franchise, “Apocalypse Now,” and “Conan the Barbarian” is known a...

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    Exclusive: Clip From SXSW Drama 'This Is Where We Live' Featuring 'Homeland' Star Marc Menchaca

    While the SXSW Film Festival sometimes earns headlines for the genre fare that makes waves with the audiences that flock to Austin each year, it's a place where strong dramas and unique stories can also unspool. And this year filmmakers Josh Barrett and Marc Menchaca are hoping their feature effort ...

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    Liam Neeson & Giovanni Ribisi Find 'A Million Ways To Die In The West' For Seth MacFarlane

    Though he achieved critical acclaim by leading films like “Schindler’s List” and “Kinsey,” Liam Neeson has always been partial to genre filmmaking. His first major starring role was in Sam Raimi’s underrated 1990 superhero film “Darkman” and he’s had appearances in films like “Krull” and -- no kiddi...

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    'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire' Portrait Posters Promise More Outlandish Costumes

    Though we’re a staggering eight months away from its release, Lionsgate has seen fit to start the promotion machine a little early for the newest installment in everyone’s favorite kids-killing-other-kids franchise. Continuing the trend studios have championed over the past couple of years, seven ne...

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