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    Why You Shouldn't Be Surprised by the Muddled Politics of "World War Z"

    Some folks around the web are shocked and astonished -- astonished! -- that word comes from Brad Pitt that the political subtext of "World War Z," the actor's upcoming apocalyptic epic, has been neutered. In an interview from Entertainment Weekly that has been oft-quoted, Pitt says, "I was really in...

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    Tyler Perry Explains Why His Name Is In All His Movie Titles...

    Tyler Perry Explains Why His Name Is In All His Movie Titles...

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    Minister Greenlights Flanders Distribution Grant

    Flemish Cultural Affairs Minister Joke Schauvliege has greenlit the Flanders Distribution Grant, a new initiative aimed at boosting Flemish productions which are being released theatrically abroad.

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    Watch: Michael Douglas & Matt Damon Are Gloriously Gaudy & Glitzy In New 'Behind The Candelabra' Teaser

    So Steven Soderbergh's final film -- the man still has plenty of non-movie stuff he's working on -- arrives in May on HBO, but don't let television tag fool you. "Behind The Candelabra" is still widely tipped to be included somewhere in the Cannes Film Festival lineup, and while the summer movie sea...

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    Popular Gang Violence Manga 'Tokyo Tribe 2' Getting Live-Action Feature Film Treatment

    I'm going to have to lean on all you manga experts out there, because it's just not a universe that I'm familiar with, and there aren't any manga pros on the S&A staff.

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    Martin Scorsese Returning to 'Gangs of New York' with New TV Series

    Martin Scorsese is partnering with Miramax and GK Films to develop his 2002 gritty turn-of-the-century drama "Gangs of New York" into a TV series. The project would follow the same story arc as the film, but also include organized-gang plotlines beyond New York, set in Chicago and elsewhere.

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    Prana Studios Buys Bankrupt 'Life of Pi' VFX House Rhythm & Hues

    It's official. A Los Angeles bankruptcy court judge has approved the acquisition of visual effects and animation studio Rhythm & Hues, which did the VFX for Oscar-winning "Life of Pi," by a wholly-owned affiliate of LA-based Prana Studios, Inc. Many VFX houses these days are beleaguered by price-gau...

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    James Tucker Is New Supervising Producer Of All DC Animated Projects, Wants To Intro New Characters

    Breaking news courtesy of the Black Folks Making Comics blog:

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    Janet Hubert To Will Smith: 'I'm Tired. Let's Come Together And End This 21-Year Saga'

    We've covered the Janet Hubert/Will Smith/Fresh Prince of Bel Air controversy before, so I won't even bother rehashing. I think we are all somewhat familiar with the public battle between Janet Hubert, Will Smith and NBC, that led to the recasting of the role of Aunt Vivian, in The Fresh Prince of B...

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