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    Cinema-Eatery Alamo Drafthouse to Open New Location in Lubbock, Texas

    Alamo Drafthouse Cinemas, the Austin, Texas-based cinema-eatery chain known for combining food, drink, film and events under one roof, will be opening its first theater in Lubbock, Texas. The company is partnering up with Triple Tap Ventures LLC, who currently operates the theater's current Houston ...

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    It's Time To Meet The Devil In First Poster For Nicolas Winding Refn's 'Only God Forgives'

    Tomorrow morning, we'll find out if Nicolas Winding Refn will be returning the Cannes Film Festival with his hugely anticipated "Only God Forgives," but call it coincidence (or not) but the first official poster for the movie has landed today.

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    Obi Emelonye's Hit Nollywood Disaster Flick 'Last Flight To Abuja' Now On VOD In The USA

    Obi Emelonye's airplane disaster thriller Last Flight To Abuja, one of the most expensive and highest grossing Nollywood film, said to be inspired by true events, is now available for rent on VOD for USA audiences.

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    Disney Promises New 'Star Wars' Movie Every Year Starting With 'Star Wars: Episode 7' In Summer 2015

    At a multiplex not so far away, in a galaxy you already live in, you are going be getting a whole lot more "Star Wars" very, very soon and on an annual basis. Just like filing your taxes and rotating your tires, the "Star Wars" franchise is going to become a yearly ritual.

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    Brit Post-Modern LGBT 'She’s Gotta Have It' - 'Stud Life' - Now Available To USA Audiences

    A film that we've been following since its debut at the London Lesbian and Gay Film Festival a year ago, titled Stud Life, the debut feature film from award-winning Brit film-maker Campbell X, is now available to USA audiences courtesy of Wolfe Video/On Demand, the largest exclusive distributor of L...

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    Sofia Coppola's 'The Bling Ring' Will Open Un Certain Regard Slate At The Cannes Film Festival

    While cinephile eyes will be wearily watching the internet early tomorrow morning for the official line up of the Cannes Film Festival, organizers let out a bit of a tease today to tide everyone over. And it will involve one filmmaker making her return to the south of France.

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    Interview: 'Central Park Five' Directors Talk To S&A About The Film, Challenges, Hopes, Potential Follow-up, More...

    Since it made its broadcast TV premiere last night on PBS, which was apparently the first time a lot of you saw the film, here's the interview I did with the directors of the film last November, after I saw it at a press screening here in New York, before its limited theatrical run. Based on the n...

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    'Man Of Steel': 5 Key Moments In The Trailer

    Are Christopher Nolan and David S. Goyer the best thing to ever happen to filmmaker Zack Snyder? An amazing visual stylist that deserves full credit there, Snyder's films like "Watchmen" and "300" look fantastic, but... how do we put it? They're often lacking real characters, heart and soul (or in t...

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    Hugh Grant's Return to Rom-Com, Untitled Marc Lawrence Film, Goes Into Production UPDATE

    Principal photography has begun in New York on Marc Lawrence's yet untitled romantic comedy, starring Hugh Grant, Marisa Tomei, Bella Heathcote, Allison Janney, J.K. Simmons and Chris Elliott.

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    Kivu Ruhorahoza's Smoldering Rwandan Drama 'Grey Matter' Now Available To USA Audiences

    Rwandan filmmaker Kivu Ruhorahoza, whose first film, Grey Matter (aka Matière Grise), made its debut at the 2011 installment of the Tribeca Film Festival here in New York City, and was later selected for the touring Global Lens 2012 series, has long begun work on his second feature, Jomo, which was ...

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