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    Tom Cruise Is Jack Reacher In New Poster For 'Jack Reacher' Starring Tom Cruise

    As the poster for "Parker" with Jason Statham proved, sometimes you just gotta roll with what people know. And just as a poster for a Jason Statham movie demands that Jason Statham be featured prominently on it so audiences know that Jason Statham is in it, the same rule applies to Tom Cruise.

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    Listen: Adele's "Skyfall" Returns Bond Theme To Classic Territory

    Well, that was inevitable. Not even 007 himself could stop Adele's "Skyfall" from leaking early (it's officially set for a premiere at 7:07 p.m. EST tonight or 0:07 am in the U.K. -- you get the connection, right?) and now that it's arrived via a rogue French radio station (sacre bleu!), it confirms...

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    'Two Faces of January,' Hossein Amini's Directorial Debut Kicks Off with Mortensen, Dunst & Isaac

    StudioCanal and Working Title announce principal photography has begun on "The Two Faces of January," starring Viggo Mortensen, Kirsten Dunst and Oscar Isaac. The film is based on Patricia Highsmith's novel, and was adapted by Hossein Amini ("Drive," "Snow White and the Huntsman"), who will also be ...

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    'The Hobbit' US Premiere to Benefit AFI with Gala Event

    The US premiere of Peter Jackson's "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey," the first of the forthcoming trilogy, will benefit the American Film Institute with a gala event on December 6 at the Ziegfeld Theatre in New York. Benefit tickets and packages are available here (beware, they star...

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    3 More Great Posters For 'Killing Them Softly'

    Credit where credit is due: The Weinstein Company is certainly making a push for Andrew Dominik's "Killing Them Softly" that will hopefully result in a solid reception for the film at the box office (and with awards-type folks). And unlike the baffling and dull infographic road they went down with "...

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    Allen Hughes' 1st Film Since 'Book Of Eli' ('Broken City') Gets A 'Power'-Full Trailer, Poster

    Here's your first look (trailer, poster) for Allen Hughes' first directorial effort since The Book Of Eli in 2010 - the crime thriller Broken City, which already stars Mark Wahlberg, Russell Crowe, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Jeffrey Wright and oth...

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    Are the 6 New 'Killing Them Softly' Posters Among the Best of the Year? We Think So.

    The Weinstein Company has released no less than six (!) posters for their timely Brad Pitt vehicle (and hopeful awards contender) "Killing Them Softly." And by all accounts, all six of them are among the best promo images of the year.

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    BUFF 2012 Preview: 'Woolwich Boys' (British Crime Drama On Nigerian '419' Fraud Scam)

    You may recall UK-based filmmkaker Anthony Abuah's submission to the S&A What's Your Story? feature, in which he discussed being fiercely independent in making of his feature film, Woolwich Boys - a film that will next screen at the 2012 British Ur...

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    '60 Minutes' to Profile 'Sugar Man' Rodriguez on October 7

    CBS's "60 Minutes" will spotlight artist and musician Sixto Diaz Rodriguez and director Malik Bendjelloul’s acclaimed documentary, "Searching for Sugar Man," this Sunday, October 7.

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    'Lincoln' To Get (Not So) Secret Screening At New York Film Festival On Monday

    Well, the cat is now out of the bag. The Twittersphere has been speculating for the past day or so about what the New York Film Festival had up their sleeve for their secret screening on Monday. Last year it was a work-in-progress look at Martin Scorsese's "Hugo," and this year too, organizers were ...

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