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    New Details Of Chaos On The Set Of 'Blade: Trinity' Indicate Production Was Doomed From The Start

    This is absolutely, painfully hilarious! Sad, and painfully hilarious! I guess it all makes sense now; the movie stunk, which I think most of us can agree on.

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    For New Yorkers Who Missed It: Special Screening Of 'Middle Of Nowhere' w/ Ava DuVernay Present, 11/27

    If you're a New Yorker who didn't get to see the film during its theatrical run here in NYC (it's no longer playing in this market, although it continues to expand to others), you should know that there'll be a special screening of it at the Museum Of The Moving Image in Queens,...

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    'Empire Strikes Back' Writer Lawrence Kasdan, 'X-Men' Scribe Simon Kinberg Could Write Star Wars Episode VIII & IX

    The "Star Wars" rumor mill keeps ticking along, and while we still don't know who's directing that first new movie, Episode VII, it seems that Disney and new Lucasfilm head Kathleen Kennedy are already start to think of the future. After all, they allegedly have outlines for a new trilogy of films f...

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    Genre Cinema From Trinidad & Tobago - Teaser Trailer For Action/Thriller 'Escape From Babylon'

    Genre Cinema From Trinidad & Tobago - Teaser Trailer For Action/Thriller 'Escape From Babylon'

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    Watch: Steven Spielberg Defends The Ending Of 'A.I. Artificial Intelligence'

    It was just over a decade ago when Steven Spielberg dropped "A.I. Artificial Intelligence" into theaters to a very mixed response. The picture was more famously known as a project Stanley Kubrick was shepherding for years (he was waiting for technology to be able to realistically create Da...

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    Guillermo del Toro Talks 'Rise of the Guardians,' 'Pacific Rim' and Designing Monsters

    Guillermo del Toro has an insatiable appetite for new projects, it seems. He set fanboy sites sizzling recently with the news that he's in talks to direct DC’s “Dark Universe” for Warner Bros. That would give him the chance to bring to life Deadman, Zatanna, Sargon, Etrigan the Demon and Phantom Str...

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    Seattle Int'l Film Fest Is 2012 Recipient Of Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences Multiyear 'African Pictures' Program Grant

    I've yet to attend the Seattle International Film Festival (SIFF), but I will eventually.

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    Watch: 7 Minute Chronological Trailer For 'The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey'

    So "The Hobbit" is heading into the holiday weekend with a bit of dark cloud over it, as they the studio faces a lawsuit from the Tokien estate, while the filmmakers battle charges of improper animal care on the set. But here's a little something to remind the nerd in all of us that a ...

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    Preview 'Shell Shocked: A Documentary About Growing Up In The Murder Capital Of America'

    Courtesy of the project's website, the short story goes... Louisiana is the murder capital of the United States. For the last decade, statistics have shown murder rates four to six times higher than the national average. Eighty percent of the victims are black males, mostly in their teenage...

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