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    Kristen Stewart To Star In Scott Cooper's 'Lie Down In Darkness'; Rupert Sanders Still Attached To 'Huntsman' Sequel

    While entertainment pundit types continue to debate about what the fallout of Kristen Stewart's dalliance with "Snow White and the Huntsman" director Rupert Sanders will be and whether or not her public apology was the right PR move, the actress is already moving on, lining up a role in a period dra...

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    'Raging Bull II' Retitled 'The Bronx Bull,' Is Now Officially An Unofficial Sequel To Martin Scorsese's Film

    There’s been some talk of the William Forsythe-starring “Raging Bull II” as of late, only we’d be lying if we said it was due to any sort of anticipation for the film’s release. In fact the conversation has mostly circled around the lawsuit between MGM and famed boxer Jake LaMotta -- the subject of ...

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    'The Central Park Five' to Close DOC NYC; Expanded 'Doc-A-Thon' Panel Line-Up Announced

    DOC NYC will close its third annual festival at the IFC Center this year with Ken Burns, Sarah Burns and David McMahon's documentary, "The Central Park Five," which tells the tale of five teens who were wrongfully imprisoned in the "Central Park jogger" rape case. After this ...

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    New Images From Joss Whedon's Low-Budget Indie 'Much Ado About Nothing'

    Will all the fanboys and ticket buyers who made "The Avengers" a $1 billion success come out for Joss Whedon's indie "Much Ado About Nothing"? Um, probably not, but you gotta admire Whedon for following up his blockbuster extravanganza with a movie he literally shot in his backyard.

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    Marla Gibbs Will Be Feisty Rose Price In Indie Feature 'Grantham And Rose' (Tessa Thompson, A Maybe)

    Marla Gibbs has been cast in Kristin Hanggi's feature film directorial debut Grantham And Rose, which follows the story of 17-year-old Grantham Portnoy (to be played by Jake T. Austin) learning to become a man, with some challenges.

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    It's Official: Bill Murray Won't Be In 'Ghostbusters 3,' But The Movie Will Go On Without Him

    He was a good sport enough to spoof himself and the film in 2009's "Zombieland" (which you can see below) and at the 2010 Spike TV Scream Awards, but enough is apparently enough. It's official: Bill Murray won't reprise his role as Peter Venkman in "Ghostbusters 3," according to Dan Aykroyd himself....

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    Self-Published Teen Romance Novel 'Beautiful Disaster' Heads to Warner Bros.

    Author Jamie McGuire's self-published novel "Beautiful Disaster" is getting the big screen treatment through Warner Bros. The studio picked up the rights to the novel, which centers on Abby Abernathy, a girl with a dark past who tries to reinvent herself in college. Her plan go awry.

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    Damn: Matthew McConaughey Joins 'The Wolf Of Wall Street'

    Killing it. That's all we can say about Matthew McConaughey, who we hope gives his agent a helluva Christmas present this year, because the actor has been lining up one great project after another without stopping for a moment. After "Ghosts of Girlfriends Past" in 2009, Mac took a couple years away...

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    Gender Matters: The Sight and Sound Top 50 Films Of All Time List

    Yesterday, the twittersphere went a bit wiggy with the once a decade Sight and Sound Top 50 Films of All Time List.  Thie list has been published every 10 years year since 1962 and Citizen Kane made number 1 five time. 

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    Louis Leterrier Lines Up Low Budget, Sci-Fi Flick

    With his starry, ensemble-driven magician heist flick "Now You See Me" due to release next spring, we're likely to start getting a taste of it soon. But in the meantime, director Louis Leterrier looks be eyeing what he'll get to next, and if it goes according to plan, he'll be dipping his toes in th...

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