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    Watch: Sergio Corbucci's 'Navajo Joe' In Full, Which Quentin Tarantino Says You Should See Before 'Django Unchained'

    "Django Unchained" is coming, and part of the excitement of a new Quentin Tarantino film is digging up and discovering the many movies that have influenced his work. In some ways, his films can be seen as cinephile guides, providing more than ample winks and nods to send fans scurrying to ...

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    Now On DVD: Paterson Joseph, Adjoa Andoh In RSC's 'Julius Caesar'

    It was over a year ago that we first told you about the Royal Shakespeare Company production of Julius Caesar that was to feature a cast made up primarily of actors-of-color, set in an "African state".

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    New Look At Carey Mulligan & Leonardo DiCaprio In 'The Great Gatsby'

    Had things gone the way they were supposed to, Leonardo DiCaprio would be pulling double duty this December, starring not only in Quentin Tarantino's "Django Unchained," but also in Baz Luhrmann's "The Great Gatsby." But alas, additional shooting pushed the movie back fro...

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    Jackie Chan Says He Dislikes His 'Rush Hour' Movies The Most, Reveals Sylvester Stallone Wanted Him To Play A Drug Baron

    Nearing sixty years old, and having announced that he's retiring from action movies, it looks like Jackie Chan is ready to tell everyone how he really feels. While he's earning the wrong kind of headlines for declaring that Hong Kong is "a city of protest marches" and that "we...

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    Watch: 2 Clips, 3 TV Spots & New Pics From Quentin Tarantino's Epic 'Django Unchained'

    Perhaps the only thing that's been more divisive than 48fps this December is the reaction to Quentin Tarantino's highly anticipated spaghetti western slavery flick, "Django Unchained." It certainly divided the staff here enough that we ran three reviews taking on the movie, from pr...

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    Ben Wheatley To Produce 'Berberian Sound Studio' Director Peter Strickland's 'The Duke of Burgundy'

    In each successive picture since his 2009 black comedy “Down Terrace,” filmmaker Ben Wheatley has continually evaded expectation to create a swirl of genre delights, from his hitman horror “Kill List” to this year's “Sightseers.” He's also taken a liking t...

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    Guillermo Del Toro's Animated 'Book Of Life' (Formerly 'Day Of The Dead') Set For October 2014 Release

    Though it’s been over four years since a Guillermo Del Toro-helmed film has graced the big screen, he hasn’t been resting on his laurels. Amidst all the projects he has lined up to direct himself, the Mexican filmmaker has also turned to producing interesting projects by promising up-and...

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    Gael Garcia Bernal and Diego Luna's Canana Films to Start Filming 'La Ultima Pelicula' in Mexico Dec. 16

    Raya Martin (“Indepencia”) and Mark Peranson (“Waiting for Sancho”) are co-directing “La Ultima Pelicula,” a film that begins principal photography Dec. 16 in Yucatán, Mexico. The pair also wrote the screenplay for the film.

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    'The Wolverine' Makes An Emo Album Cover In New International Poster

    Listen Logan, we know things might be hard right now. Silver Samurai is out there, and aspects of your personal life may not be going so well, but this is a bit much. At least put on a jacket, you'll catch your death of cold.

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    Watch: Sacha Baron Cohen Brings Back Ali G for British Comedy Awards

    Swapping endlessly through his gallery of eccentrics and comedic personalities, actor Sacha Baron Cohen has nonetheless been nudged toward a conventional film career, as his exploitative, shock-based humor lacks the anonymity needed for the roles to thrive. However, before that transition is made fi...

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