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    Midian Lives! Restored 'Nightbreed: The Cabal Cut' To Tour, Blu-ray Release In The Works

    When Clive Barker's "Nightbreed" was released theatrically in 1990, promoted by a poster that made the movie look like a monstrous neon-lit sequel to "Lost Boys" and plagued by a series of frustrating production problems, it was critically and commercially ignored. Based on the novella "Cabal" (also...

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    Rutina Wesley Circling 2 Features: A Drama ('Last Weekend') & A Thriller ('Angry Little Gods')

    A double-shot of True Blood's Rutina Wesley in 5, 4, 3, 2, 1...

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    Benedict Cumberbatch & Joel Kinnaman To Possibly Topline DreamWorks' Julian Assange Pic Directed By Bill Condon

    "The studio would not confirm this, but it seemed intriguing and dishy enough to discuss," says Deadline who we guess are feeling a bit saucy this afternoon, and hell we'll play along with that. Benedict Cumberbatch as the one of the most infamous men and political figures on the plane...

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    The DC Sniper Attacks, 10 Years Later & The Upcoming Isaiah Washington Film Adaptation

    The Washington Post remembers the so-called Beltway (Washington D.C. area) sniper attacks, which begun exactly 10 years ago today, October 2, 2002.

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    Jean Dujardin, Cate Blanchett & Paul Giamatti Sought For George Clooney's 'The Monuments Men'

    While George Clooney has more than few options for his next directorial outing, it seems "The Monuments Men" is picking up steam. First announced at the beginning of the year, the movie sounds like -- as one writer of the site said: "The Train" meets "Inglourious Basterds&qu...

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    LACMA's Art + Film Gala Celebrates Kubrick and Artist Ed Ruscha, with Spielberg Tribute

    LACMA will host the 2012 Art + Film Gala honoring artist Ed Ruscha and filmmaker Stanley Kubrick, with longtime friend and "A.I." inheritor Steven Spielberg tributing the late director, on October 27. The gala coincides with the museum's current "Ed Rucha: Standard" exhibition (running through Janua...

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    Exclusive: The RZA Says He Had To Drop Out Of 'Django Unchained'

    They're dropping like flies: add another excised name to the impressive cast left out of this winter's "Django Unchained." Following Kevin Costner, Sacha Baron Cohen, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Anthony LaPaglia out the door, the runaway Quentin Tarantino production also has shed freq...

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    'Yogi Bear 2' Is Happening & The Guy Who Made 'Super Troopers' Is Gonna Rewrite & Direct It

    Cinema may not be dead, but when the critically reviled, barely more than 80 minute, CGI/live action mashup "Yogi Bear" arrived in theaters at the end of 2010 and earned more than $200 million, well, you could practially hear David Denby curled in the corner sobbing. Of course, a sequel was announce...

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    Untold Story Of Activist, Political Prisoner, Founder Of Pan Africanist Congress, Robert Sobukwe

    Titled Sobukwe: A Great Soul, the 2012 100-minute film is directed by Mickey Madoda Dubeis, and tells the story of philosopher, activist and political prisoner, the late Robert Sobukwe, asking why there isn't a single surviving archive of a man who was once... "one of the most wat...

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    6 New Photos & Poster Of 'The Guilt Trip' Staring Seth Rogen And Barbra Streisand

    In a moment of weakness, Andy Brewster (Seth Rogen) asks his widowed mom (Barbra Streisand) to join him on a work-related cross-country road trek in "The Guilt Trip." That's all the premise is and it sounds rather paper-thin, but the first clip of the film released earlier this week wa...

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