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    Keeping Up With the Collins': Nine Character Posters from Tim Burton's 'Dark Shadows'

    What else to expect? The character posters from Tim Burton's upcoming "Dark Shadows" are pale, garish, gothic, and packed with attitude. In an era when advance marketing gets started earlier than ever, with less than a month before the May 11th release, Warner Bros. finally debuted their campy fir...

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    Listen To The New Beck Song "Looking For A Sign" From 'Jeff Who Lives At Home' Plus More Music Film News

    Where would we be without music in our favorite films? While some may rely mostly on score, the needle drop of a pop tune can be quite satisfying when paired with a memorable scene. There could be a few opportunities for this type of moment on the way thanks to some exciting music news that als...

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    'American Reunion' Soundtrack Details Plus All The Songs In The Film Including Al Green, 2 Live Crew, R. Kelly, Boyz II Men & More

    It may be over ten years since the class of '99 walked the hallways of their high school, but it seems for Stifler, Jim, Michelle and the rest of the gang, the playlist hasn't really changed.

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    Venice Film Festival Announces its Market in a Crowded Fall Season

    The Venice Film Festival's new artistic director Alberto Barbera has announced that France’s Pascal Diot will head the new Venice Film Market. TIFF goes on. In October, Rome has announced that Marco Mueller has been apppointed Director there and will soon reveal market plans. Moscow has also anno...

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    Noah Emmerich In Talks To Join Guillaume Canet's 'Blood Ties'; On Board FX's '80's-Set Drama Pilot 'The Americans'

    Its been smooth sailing recently for character actor Noah Emmerich, featuring in a number of high-profile projects including "Fair Game," "The Walking Dead," "Super 8" as well as "Warrior." The actor now looks to be continuing that trend having booked two new ...

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    The Beatles' 'Yellow Submarine' Returns To DVD & BluRay In Newly Restored Edition Set For May Release

    Feeling really bummed about the shelving of Robert Zemeckis’ “Yellow Submarine” mo-cap remake last year? Well, the good news is that the Beatles classic is now returning -- in its original form -- after being out of print on DVD for years due to rights issues over the music.

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    Jane Birkin Meeting With Korean Helmer Hong Sang-Soo To Discuss A Possible Film Project

    While he's not quite going Hollywood, Korean helmer Hong Sang-Soo seems to be continuing down the starry path he took with Isabelle Huppert who stars in his upcoming "In Another Country." Actress and chanteuse Jane Birkin has revealed that she's set to meet with renowned Korean hel...

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    New Look At Lady Jaye In 'G.I. Joe: Retaliation'; Producer Confirms Cobra Commander Is A New Character

    File this piece of news deep within the "no shit, Sherlock" department – Joseph Gordon-Levitt will not be playing the Cobra Commander in “G.I. Joe: Retaliation.” Fans of the first film (that film has fans, right?) will remember that The Baroness’ (Sienna Miller) lit...

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    Jessica Biel To Play Vera Miles In Sacha Gervasi's 'Alfred Hitchcock And The Making Of Psycho'

    While her better half has more or less upstaged her in recent times, Jessica Biel looks to be going through a bit of renaissance this year featuring in Len Wiseman's "Total Recall" remake as well as Pascal Laugier's "The Tall Man." Now there's a high-profile project t...

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    Darren Aronofsky's 'Noah' Greenlit With July Start Date, Russell Crowe Locked In To Star

    It's easy to forget that Darren Aronofsky has never made a film with a truly significant budget. He's come close a few times -- he's been attached to comic-book-type properties like "Batman: Year One," "Ronin," "Robocop" and "The Wolverine," and was in pre-production on an early version of "The Foun...

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