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    'Informant' and 'Radioman' Win Top Prizes As 3rd Annual DOC NYC Closes

    Following a week of over 100 films and events, the third edition of the ever-growing DOC NYC Festival came to a close Thursday night with a Closing Night screening of Ken Burns, Sarah Burns, and David McMahon's "The Central Park Five." But before the screening, Artistic Director Thom P...

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    More Images Of Scarlett Johansson, Anthony Hopkins & More In 'Hitchcock,' Writer Now Penning Johnny Carson Biopic

    Nostalgia is riding high these days in Hollywood, not just in the blockbuster-tentpole world, but also in the awards race -- the last two Best Picture awards winners were feel-good period pieces that struck gold with Academy voters. Now, with “Hitchcock” getting some Oscar buzz -- more n...

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    'Kick-Ass' Writer Jane Goldman To Pen Tim Burton's 'Pinocchio'; Jez Butterworth Rewrites 'Asteroids'

    A fairy tale redo and a videogame movie just got some new writers. That's Hollywood these days folks so let's get into it..

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    Steve Zahn Joins 'Dallas Buyers Club,' Plus Here's Jared Leto In Drag On The New Orleans Set

    By now, the paparazzi have eclipsed their duty in circulating the razor-thin frame of Matthew McConaughey across the web, first snapped while on set for his role in Martin Scorsese's “The Wolf of Wall Street,” and now leading into his role as an AIDS patient with the indie drama “Dallas Buyers Club....

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    Ben Affleck Describes Terrence Malick's "Half-Crazy" Methods and Competing With Trees for 'To the Wonder' Camera Time in GQ

    Ben Affleck is one of the few movie stars to have managed to carve out a space in his public persona that allows him to speak more truthfully than many of his peers. Maybe it’s because he knows he can’t get criticized more or fall lower than he did during his “Gigli”-Jennifer...

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    Jews in the News: The Other Side: Hitler's Children

    Film Movement's next theatrical release is Hitler's Children. The film basically chronicles the lives of a number of descendants of top Nazi officials, including Hitler, Himmler, Göring and others, as they struggle to accept and try to come to terms with the legacy of their grandparents...

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    Aaron Sorkin Reveals Structure of Steve Jobs Biopic Revolves Around 3 Iconic Product Launches

    Coupled in recent years with both an Oscar-nominated biopic as well as a new TV series that could best be described as inconsistent, it's a peculiar case indeed when Aaron Sorkin's cinematic endeavors begin to reign over his other work in terms of quality and anticipation. Yet that's pre...

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    Watch: Exciting 'Inception'-Esque Teaser Trailer For 'Mobius' Starring Jean Dujardin & Tim Roth

    As "The Artist" star Jean Dujardin prepares to make strides into Hollywood with roles in Martin Scorsese's "The Wolf Of Wall Street" and George Clooney's "The Momuments Men," he's got a nifty little thriller on the way that looks very, very promising. Dare w...

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    A New Post Twilight Hollywood

    We have finally reached the end of an important moment in film history.  I know that many people dismiss the Twilight saga for a multitude of reasons - it's about vampires, it is focused on a girl's story, it's a romance, it's just not good, etc., etc. - but to me, that is just ...

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    Bless Me Father, For I Will Sin: New Images & Trailer For 'On The Road'

    Sex, booze, jazz, writing, dreaming, living, dancing... on the road. Striving to capture the Beat spirit and the wonder of the American landscape and its many varied people, Walter Salles' "On The Road" arrives in theaters next month with a big weight on its shoulder.

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