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    It's All About the 'Mansome': Indiewire @ Hulu

    It's the rare documentary filmmaker who becomes a recognizable figure. Morgan Spurlock is one of the few. With his newest documentary feature, "Mansome," headed into theatres next week, Indiewire has selected a number of Morgan's films, TV episodes, and special appearances for our ...

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    It's 'About Time' For Rachel McAdams & Richard Curtis; Actress Lines Up Anton Corbijn's 'A Most Wanted Man'

    It looks like Rachel McAdams is going to continue the one-for-them-one-for-me approach. The actress has been oscillating between more indie minded/less commercial fare (relatively speaking) like "The Lucky Ones," "Midnight In Paris" (who would've predicted it would have been ...

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    Review: Sacha Baron Cohen's 'The Dictator' Rules With Comic Authority & Big Laughs

    At a first glance, Sacha Baron Cohen's "The Dictator" almost seems too easy. Another accent, another elaborate costume, more manscaping and this time with the softball target of despotic leaders -- it almost seemed as if the comic actor was pouring an ocean of fish into a tiny thimble and then point...

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    Out Of The Frying Pan And Into The Fire: Shawn Levy Replaces Brett Ratner On 'The 39 Clues'

    Even for a series of books with a youngish fanbase, it must have been dispiriting for those with a vested interest in "The 39 Clues," a series of adventure novels written by multiple authors, which number 15 to date, that Steven Spielberg, who was initially eying the project as a potential...

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    Indie Military Drama "The American Dream" Will Be Released on DVD/VOD/Digital July 3rd

    Here's a film we last talked about last month.

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    Chloe Moretz & Paddy Considine In Talks For Black Listed Zombie Flick 'Maggie'

    Ugh. Zombies. While they've not quite overtaken vampires as far as omnipresence in multiplexes go, the last decade has seen a proliferation of pictures featuring the undead, from "28 Days Later" to "REC," and it shows no signs of letting up, with "The Walking Dead" ...

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    Sacha Baron Cohen & Kurt Russell Drop Out of "Django Unchained"

    Hmm, this is interesting...

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    Catherine Zeta-Jones And 'G.I. Joe' Star Byung Hun-Lee Join Original Cast For 'Red 2'

    2010's "Red" was, on paper, one of the least likely sleeper hits of the last few years: an actioner where the average age of the cast was over 60 (and that was even allowing for relative younglings Karl Urban and Mary-Louise Parker). And yet the film, based on Warren Ellis' comic b...

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    'Now You See Me' Moves To March 2013, Robert Zemeckis' 'Flight' Gets November Release, 'Guilt Trip' Pushed To Christmas

    Just when you thought it was all about 2013 now for the studios, the leftover holes in the 2012 film calendar are getting filled up quick. While many, including us, were generally expecting a 2013 picture, Paramount has announced that Robert Zemeckis' "Flightplan" (now just simply known as "Flight")...

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    Vivica Fox Channels Inner Clarice Starling In "Junkyard Dog" (Finally Getting Release - Multi-Platform)

    A project we profiled in 2009 is finally getting a release.

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