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    Quentin Tarantino Wrote A Story About A Well-Endowed Black Man Called Jody The Grinder That He Couldn't Fit Into 'Death Proof'

    Quentin Tarantino loves to write, that much is certain. And indeed, at one point "Django Unchained" was so long, Harvey Weinstein tossed out the idea of splitting it into two movies, "Kill Bill"-style. Of course, that didn't happen, but material was left on the cutting room floor, including a showdo...

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    Red-Band US Release Trailer For Noel Clarke's 'Storage 24' Surfaces

    Magnolia Pictures' genre arm Magnet Releasing acquired USA distribution rights to Noel Clarke's horror sci-fi film Storage 24, which was released in the UK earlier this year, and which got lots of coverage on S&A.

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    Chris Tucker & Jackie Chan Might Be Reuniting For An Action/Comedy Called 'Skip Tracer'

    During a press conference in Kuala Lumpur, promoting his latest film, Chinese Zodiac (which he wrote, directed and stars in), Jackie Chan revealed that he might soon be reuniting with his Rush Hour co-star Chris Tucker, in an buddy-action-comedy tentatively titled Skip Tracer.

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    Well Go USA Grabs Rights to Taiwan's Foreign-Language Oscar Entry 'Touch of the Light'

    Well Go USA Entertainment has acquired all North American rights to "Touch of the Light," Taiwan’s official entry for the 2013 foreign-language film Oscar. The company plans a spring release for the film, which recently opened the Marrakesh film festival and presented by Wong Kar Wai...

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    Women's Film Critics Circle Name Zero Dark Thirty Best Movie of 2012, Ava DuVernay Wins Josephine Baker Award

    The Women’s Film Critics Circle have announced their 2012 picks. And as she continues to sweep the awards circuit, Kathryn Bigelow and Zero Dark Thirty won several awards including Best Movie by a Woman. Ava DuVernay was awarded the Josephine Baker award for Middle of Nowhere. Anne Hathaway wa...

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    Week-Long Walter Mosley Celebration In Chicago In January

    Lovers of author Walter Mosley and who live in Chicago, are going to have a real treat when the Congo Square Theater presents the Chicago premiere of his 2010 stage play, The Fall of Heaven. But there's a lot more...

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    'The Matrix,' 'Slacker,' 'Dirty Harry,' 'A Christmas Story' & More Added To National Film Registry

    The holiday season means a lot of things -- big meals, naps, going to the movies, endless reruns on television -- but many will find themselves with a bit of free time on their hands. And there is no better time to catch up with movies that might have slipped through the cracks of your viewing list ...

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    'Spook Who Sat By The Door,' 'Uncle Tom's Cabin' Among 25 Films On 2012 National Film Registry List

    The Librarian of Congress James H. Billington today named 25 motion pictures that have been selected for inclusion in the National Film Registry of the Library of Congress.

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    Watch: Judd Apatow, Leslie Mann & Paul Rudd Discuss Blurring The Line Between Truth & Fiction In 'This Is 40'

    Monday night in New York City, The New York Times assembled comedic collaborators Judd Apatow, Leslie Mann and Paul Rudd for an onstage conversation at the Times Center to discuss their new film, “This Is 40.” Though the Times has had an impressive selection of interview subjects through...

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    Matt Damon Says Original Cut Of 'All Of The Pretty Horses' With Daniel Lanois Score Still Exists

    Let's rewind to the year 2000 -- Matt Damon was coming off an impressive string of films including "Good Wll Hunting," "Rounders," and "The Talented Mr. Ripley." Meanwhile, many were looking forward to seeing what Billy Bob Thornton would deliver next following his breakout directorial debut "Sling ...

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