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    FilmBuff and Red Productions Partner to Release Murder-Mystery Comedy 'Searching For Sonny'

    FilmBuff has partnered with Red Prods. for the digital release of Andrew Disney's directorial debut, "Searching For Sonny." The film stars Jason Dohring, MInka Kelly (of "Friday Night Lights" and "The Roomate" fame), Michael Hogan ("Battlestar Galactica&qu...

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    Queen Concert Pic 'Hungarian Rhapsody: Live in Budapest '86,' from Freddie Mercury's Last Tour, Will Rock the Big Screen

    Screenvision will be bringing Queen to the big screen with "Hungarian Rhapsody: Queen Live in Budapest '86," a concert doc with footage originally filmed 26 years ago at their gigantic show in Hungary. This show was part of the famous Magic Tour, the last tour for the band with late lead singer Fred...

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    Kristen Stewart Not Dropped From 'Huntsman' Sequel Plans; Does Anybody Want To See Part 2?

    It's the story that won't end. Last night, the Twittersphere erupted when reports went around that Universal was considering a "Snow White and the Huntsman" sequel focused on Chris Hemsworth (which was kind of old news), with THR throwing fuel on the tire fire by adding that Kristen Stewart wouldn't...

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    '50 Shades of Grey' Ignites Publishing Craze, E.L. James Likes Shailene Woodley for Anastasia Steele

    20-year-old Shailene Woodley ("The Descendants") has reportedly "caught the eye" of "50 Shades of Grey" author E.L. James as a possible candidate for the role of Anastasia Steele. Landing such a franchise would be the Holy Grail for most actors, but going nude in an S & M flick might give some pause...

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    TIFF Scores: Danny Elfman Takes 'Silver Linings Playbook'; Bright Eyes Players Score 'Writers'; DeVotchKa Tunes Up 'Maisie' & 'Arthur Newman' And More

    While your eyes will be dazzled next month with the staggering number of great movies unspooling at TIFF, you may want to keep your ears at attention too, because there are some rather interesting names popping up as composers and contributors of music to a variety of films.

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    Wes Anderson's Top Ten Films on Criterion

    No surprise here: Wes Anderson has good -- and fairly esoteric -- taste in movies. Check out the "Moonrise Kingdom" director's top 10 (well, top 12) picks from the Criterion Collection below, in a list that spans directors as diverse as Robert Bresson, Luis Bunuel and Max Ophuls. With the exception ...

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    Doc On Gold Medalist, 17 Year Old Claressa 'T-Rex' Shields, Youngest Woman To Box In Olympics

    With the 2012 Summer Olympics now officially behind us (unless you live in London anyway, where you all are probably still recovering from it all), a documentary feature film about 17 year-old Claressa "T-Rex" Shields, the youngest woman - and one of the first - to ever box in the Oly...

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    Watch: First Clip Debuts From New Pixar 'Toy Story' Short 'Partysaurus Rex'

    When "Finding Nemo" premieres theatrically in a newly 3D-ized form in September, it will come with a special treat – a brand new "Toy Story" short called "Partysaurus Rex." As we detailed last week, the plot concerns our favorite nebbish dinosaur, Tex (Wallace Shawn), who befriends Bonnie's bath toy...

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    Preview Feature Doc 'The Secret Disco Revolution' (You May Think You Know Disco, But You Don't)

    Might what we know as Disco actually contain hidden meanings, despite attempts by revisionist to re-shape it as as a misunderstood culture of protest? Through interviews with the likes of Gloria Gaynor, The Village People, Kool and the Gang and others, along with a goldmine of stock footage and...

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