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    New Photos Of Feelgood U.K. Cinema: 'Song For Marion' Starring Gemma Arterton & Dustin Hoffman-Directed 'Quartet'

    Looking for a couple of movies that will warm your heart and not tax your brain? Well, the ever reliable U.K. film industry has a couple of easy to digest, not too difficult movies that go down nice and smooth and there are some pics from both.

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    Incendiary Anti-Islam Film 'Innocence of Muslims' Continues to Cause Damage Internationally and Locally

    The airing of the anti-Islam video “Innocence of Muslims” launched a surge of outrage and protest across Muslim communities, and the effects of the provocation continue to ripple outward ten days later.

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    New Photos & Poster For 'Ginger & Rosa' Starring Elle Fanning

    There are few young actresses right now who are on quite the same trajectory as Elle Fanning. With directors like Cameron Crowe, J.J. Abrams, Francis Ford Coppola, Sofia Coppola, David Fincher, Tony Scott and Alejandro González Iñárritu already on her impressive CV, we can only imagine an Academy Aw...

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    Sam Pollard, Melissa Haizlip Teaming For 'Mr. SOUL!: Ellis Haizlip & The Birth Of Black Power TV'

    The short story goes... In 1968, they asked him to produce the first "black Tonight Show." Instead, he started a revolution by bringing the real black experience to the national stage... SOUL! was one of the most controversial, successful and socially significant black-produced TV sho...

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    The Essentials: 5 Great Films Based On Stephen King Novels

    Stephen King is, all of a sudden, a hot property again. One of the major forces in popular literature of the past forty-odd years, it's been a few years since the last major King adaptation, but a wealth of projects from the director are on their way in the next few years.

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    'Killing Them Softly' Soundtrack Features The Velvet Underground, Nico & More

    While the trailer for "Killing Them Softly" may feature Johnny Cash, the movie itself goes for a different musical angle all together. Andrew Dominik's searing and scathing film takes a select batch of tunes ranging from pop standards to rock 'n' roll classics and uses them distinctly, powerfully an...

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    'Game Of Thrones' Director Brian Kirk To Helm Remake Of Icelandic Thriller 'Jar City'

    “Game of Thrones” directors aren’t doing too badly for themselves of late. After the runaway success of the first two seasons of the show, their names are tossed into the ring for a lot of high-profile projects and Alan Taylor went one better by landing the gig for “Thor: The...

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    Will the Success of "Obama's America" Translate to "Atlas Shrugged" Sequel?

    If a bad documentary, full of conjecture and manipulation, attacking President Barack Obama, can make more than $30 million at the box office, does it mean that a bad narrative film attacking President Barack Obama's domestic policies--i.e. the second installment of the "Atlas Shrugged&q...

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    'MacGruber' Director Jorma Taccone To Helm New Line Action-Comedy 'Spy Guys'

    Out of musical comedy trio The Lonely Island, Andy Samberg has enjoyed perhaps the most mainstream success in both film and TV, but by no means have his co-members been slumming it on their own fronts. While Akiva Schaffer recently scored a better directorial opportunity than result with his summer ...

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    'Reno: 911!' Co-Creator & Screenwriter Robert Ben Garant To Helm Big-Screen 'Baywatch' Reboot You've Been Waiting For

    Screenwriters Tom Lennon and Robert Ben Garant are no strangers to the studio-pitched franchise, as their alternately tumultuous forays with “Herbie: Fully Loaded” and “Night at the Museum” have exhibited. It's a testament then to their combined versatility that they are able to switch gears abruptl...

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