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    Award Winning Screenwriter and Novelist Ruth Prawer Jhabvala Dies

    Ruth Prawer Jhabvala, an Oscar winning screenwriter and celebrated novelist, has died at the age of 85 from complications caused from a pulmonary condition.

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    'Prometheus' Scribe Jon Spaihts To Write 'The Black Hole' Remake For 'Oblivion' & 'Tron: Legacy' Director Joseph Kosinski

    You might not remember, but quite a few years ago, director Joseph Kosinski got attached to direct a remake of Disney's 1979 film "The Black Hole." This was in the midst of him gearing up "Tron: Legacy" and there hasn't bee much news about it since, but recently at WonderCon, Kosinski said it was st...

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    Roger Ebert: R.I.P., a Critic and a Journalist

    The great journalists tower over their professions by the virtue of their ability and their charisma. Roger Ebert, who died on Thursday at the age of 70, did that in film criticism.

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    Watch Roger Ebert's Moving 2010 Appearance On 'Oprah' + His Spirited 2011 TED Talk

    I'm sure you've all heard heard that universally-loved film critic Roger Ebert passed away today, in Chicago, a few days after revealing that cancer had returned to his body.

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    In the Works: Jason Clarke and Omar Sy Set to Star in 'Syriana' Writer/Director Stephen Gaghan's 'Candy Store'

    Good Universe and Lionsgate announced today that actors Jason Clarke and Omar Sy are set to star in the new film by Oscar-winning writer/director Stephen Gaghan, "Candy Store."

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  • The Playlist
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    Watch: The Devil Never Dies In The Fiery New Trailer For 'Carrie' Starring Chloe Moretz

    This weekend, a young girl goes into the woods and comes out covered in blood after 90 minutes or so of sheer mayhem. And while "Carrie" may not have to employ the use of a chainsaw, she's got some other powers on hand that nonetheless will still leave things ending just as red.

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    Director Steven James Says In Production Doc On Roger Ebert Produced By Martin Scorsese Will Be Completed

    As the remembrances, anecdotes, fond memories continue to pour out for the late Roger Ebert, in a way, he's not really gone. His voluminous archives of reviews and blog posts will provide plenty of Ebert to explore for years to come, and in case you forgot, among the many projects the critic was inv...

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    Fox Searchlight Moves Release Date For 'Baggage Claim' Up 1 Month To A Crowded Weekend

    Lots of release date shifting going on... here's another.

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    International Poster Roundup: ‘World War Z,’ ‘Before Midnight’ & ‘Iron Man 3’

    A few one sheets from overseas for your eyeballs, so get ready to have you face one-sheeted....

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    Director Steve James Vows to Finish Ebert Doc 'Life Itself'

    In the fall of last year it was reported that Roger Ebert's memoir "Life Itself," chronicling his struggle and recovery from alcohol addiction and his long running battles with thyroid cancer, would be adapted into a documentary by "Hoop Dreams" director Steve James. Ebert was a huge fan of "Hoop Dr...

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