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    New Black Imagination Festival Announces Creators & Curators Series w/ Armond White

    I was honored and glad to be asked to participate in last year's festival, and I'm looking forward to what will make up the next installment of the festival.

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    Imogen Poots Joins 'Need For Speed,' Writer/Producer John Gatins Says He's A "Car Freak"

    As any reader of the site knows, we're big fans of Imogen Poots, and we'll just go ahead and say that she's the secret weapon of both the upcoming "A Late Quartet" and "Greetings From Tim Buckley," which premiered at TIFF last month. Her star is on the rise, as she...

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    'Nairobi Half Life,' 'Paradise: Love,' 'Tey' Amongst AFI FEST World Cinema, Breakthrough Selections

    I'm late on posting this press release, which has several titles we've covered, making their USA debuts, which is key, like David Tosh Gitonga's Nairobi Half Life (Kenya's submission for this year's Best Foreign Language Film Oscar; others of note (although not nec...

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    Savannah Fest: John Goodman & John Gatins Talk 'Flight,' The Creative Process With Denzel Washington & Robert Zemeckis & More

    While cities like Toronto, Venice, Telluride, New York and London tend to get the most shine when it comes to the festival season, down in Georgia, the fifteen years young Savannah Film Festival is continuing to build into an enticing spot on the fall calendar. And this year they have rolled out an ...

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    Gareth Evans, 'Blair Witch' Co-Director Eduardo Sanchez & More Press Play For 'V/H/S 2'

    In case you didn’t realize from the copious amounts of pictures of costumed people popping up in your Facebook newsfeed, it’s Halloween, and what better day for a genre production to announce itself than on All Hallows Eve? If you were one of the many to find that horror anthology &ldquo...

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    Sony Confirms 'Zero Dark Thirty' For Wide Release In 2013; 'The Guilt Trip' Moves Up A Week

    Aw, cheer up Sad Chastain. It's not so bad. While New York City and Los Angeles will be graced with Kathryn Bigelow's "Zero Dark Thirty" as planned on December 19th, as recent reports suggested, the rest of America will have to wait until 2013.

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    Daniel Craig Denies A Two-Part 'James Bond' Story Arc Is Next; Calls Idea "Impossible"

    Here's a little bit of reality to dampen your excitement. Earlier this week it was reported that "Skyfall" screenwriter John Logan had been hired to write a lengthy James Bond story that would take place over the course of two films, "Bond 24" and "Bond 25...

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    'Ghostbusters 3' Delayed Again, Decision On Whether Film Can Move Forward Won't Arrive Until March 2013

    So much for shooting next summer, a timetable that was recently unveiled. "Ghostbusters 3" has been delayed yet again, and a decision on whether the film will go forward or not won't be reached until March of 2013, which means the earliest the film could shoot is next fall.

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    Alysia Joy Powell To Topline Choice Skinner's Comedy Feature 'Big And Beautiful'

    Alysia Joy Skinner, who appeared in last year's Jonah Hill comedy, The Sitter, will topline filmmaker Choice Skinner's indie comedy film, Big and Beautiful.

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    'Star Wars: Episode VII' Will Reportedly Be An Original Story, Lucas Biographer Says It Features An Older Luke Skywalker

    As you already know, yesterday came with it the monumental news that Disney had forked over $4 billion for Lucasfilm, and are launching a new "Star Wars" trilogy, with the first film slated to arrive in 2015. Of course, the internet nearly had a meltdown, and fans have been tossing around ...

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