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    Urbanworld 2012 Preview: Trailer For Touching Short Film 'Barbasol'

    Below is the trailer for the extremely well-made and quite touching short film Barbasol written by Kiara C. Jones and directed by Ralph Scott, which will be screened at the Urbanworld Film Festival in New York Sept 19-23.

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    WTF? Watch Jennnifer Lawrence Sing Love Ballad About Being Murdered In Horror Film 'House At The End Of The Street'

    "Why do you still live in the house your parents got killed in?" Jennifer Lawrence asks actor Max Thieriot in this music video clip from "House At The End Of The Street." Oh you, know, it's just your average sweet acoustic ballad/love song from a horror film where everyone ge...

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    Lionsgate Sets February Release For 'Snitch' And Pushes 'I, Frankenstein' Back 7 Months

    Some release date shifts over at Lionsgate HQ.

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    Bill Paxton, Not Pullman, Joins Tom Cruise In 'All You Need Is Kill'

    It looks like Kevin Costner isn't the only one from this summer's miniseries hit "Hatfields & McCoys" who is going to get a nice career bump. His co-star Bill Paxton is now lining up his own big budget role, alongside none other than Tom Cruise.

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    Sorry Sly, Clint Eastwood Says He's "Probably Not" Going To Do 'Expendables 3'

    While he isn't berating inanimate objects, Clint Eastwood makes movies, and this Friday he'll take his cantankerous self to the baseball diamond in "Trouble With The Curve" (review here). It's another rare acting outing for the man who has mostly spent the last little while beh...

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    Canada Selects Harrowing Child Soldier Drama 'Rebelle' As Best Foreign Language Oscar Entry

    Telefilm Canada has named Montreal filmmaker Kim Nguyen’s child-soldier drama Rebelle (War Witch) as Canada’s selection for the Best Foreign Language Oscar.

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    Melissa Leo Joins Long Developing 'Prisoners' With Hugh Jackman

    We have to admit, given how long this movie has been kicking around in development, we've been wary of any news. Indeed, the last we heard anything about the movie was in the spring when Hugh Jackman -- who was originally attached over two years ago when Antoine Fuqua was going to direct  -...

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    Ice-T Grills Dr. Dre & Q-Tip In Unseen Outtakes From 'Art of Rap' (On DVD/VOD + Soundtrack)

    Ice-T's documentary (and directorial debut), Something From Nothing: The Art Of Rap, made its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival, and was later acquired by Indomina in a world rights deal, for a June 15 theatrical premiere (in the USA), grossing $288,312 total.

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    Oscar Watch: Canada Picks 'War Witch' as Foreign Film Entry

    Canada has selected Kim Nguyen's "War Witch" (aka "Rebelle") as its entry for the Best Foreign Language Oscar. Telefilm Canada chairs the pan-Canadian Oscar selection committee that chose the film.

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    In the Works: Del Toro's 'Nutshell Studies' at HBO, 'Arbitrage' Director Jarecki's Next, and Gong Li as the 'Last Empress'

    HBO has optioned the rights to Corinne May Botz' 2004 book "The Nutshell Studies of Unexplained Death" for Sara Gran to adapt and exec produce with Guillermo del Toro, who will direct.

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