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    Guillermo Del Toro's 'Pan's Labryinth' Is Going To Be A Stage Musical, Gustavo Santaolalla & Paul Williams Writing The Music

    If you ever thought that a trippy fantasy set against the backdrop of Fascist Spain in 1944 would make for a great night of musical theater, well today is your lucky day -- Guillermo Del Toro's beloved and critically acclaimed film "Pan's Labyrinth" is headed to the stage.

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    First Look At Al Pacino As Phil Spector In David Mamet's HBO Movie

    Thanks to a prematurely leaked 2013 preview that has since been yanked offline, it has been around long enough for savvy folks to capture snaps of upcoming programming, and it looks like David Mamet's Phil Spector movie is finally arriving, with Al Pacino in the lead. Yes, that Al Pacino.

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    New Images Of Michael Douglas & Matt Damon In Steven Soderbergh's 'Behind The Candelabra'

    "It went incredibly well, I'm really proud of it. It's a wonderful movie," Matt Damon recently told us about Steven Soderbergh's final (for now) film, "Behind The Candelabra." And with the wheels in motion for a Cannes Film Festival premiere next May, HBO is beginning...

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    James Marsden Will Take A 'Walk of Shame' with Elizabeth Banks

    James Marsden has signed on for Steven Brill's "Walk of Shame" with Elizabeth Banks. The film, which Brill ("Little Nicky," "Without a Paddle") also wrote, follows a news anchor (Banks) who has a wild night out before getting locked out on the street without any money, phone, ID or car.

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    Watch: First Clip From 'Django Unchained' Plus Listen To Quentin Tarantino's Interview With Howard Stern

    Okay, we've seen the trailers (which are more or less the same), we've broken down the soundtrack and even though it has started to screen for critics, there is still much more to discover with "Django Unchained." And indeed, a first clip gives us a fresh new look at the movie...

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    Netflix's Landmark Deal with Disney Revolutionizes Way We Think About TV Content

    Following Netflix's landmark pact with Disney on December 4, a three-year output deal that gives the streaming company exclusive access to the live-action and animated features of Disney, Pixar, Marvel and Lucasfilm, chief content officer Ted Sarandos states that he's eyeing similar deals with Warne...

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    New Digital Features for 'Beasts of the Southern Wild' -- Flipbook and Essay on Single Dads in Films

    Along with the new Blu-ray and DVD release of Benh Zeitlin's "Beasts of the Southern Wild," Twentieth Century Fox has created a couple of interactive features to accompany the film. The first is a "Hushpuppy Digital Flipbook," and the second is the mini-essay "Single Dad...

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    Bret Easton Ellis Throws a Misogynistic Hissy Fit Because 'Zero Dark Thirty' Director Kathryn Bigelow is a Woman

    It's almost not worth mentioning, because sexism from a misogynist really doesn't deserve any attention-- but Bret Easton Ellis attempting to degrade Kathryn Bigelow and her latest directorial effort--which happens to be kicking ass on the awards circuit--is an embarassment (for him)...

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    Preview Feature Doc 'deepsouth' (On The New American South & The People Who Inhabit Its Most Quiet Corners)

    From director Lisa Biagiotti, comes a feature documentary titled deepsouth.

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    First Look: Luke Evans & Orlando Bloom In 'The Hobbit: There And Back Again'

    Well, movie marketing has reached a whole new level. "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey" isn't even in theaters yet and we're already getting the first look at the last movie in the trilogy that doesn't come out for two years. Hooray? So here we go, take a look at Orlando Bloom reprising Legolas alo...

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