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    Watch: New 'Madagascar 3' Trailer Debuts – Can Anyone Tell This Thing Was Written By Noah Baumbach?

    One of the more mystifyingly popular children's franchises out there is DreamWorks Animation's "Madagascar" series and this is coming from someone who is obsessed with cartoons. Even its central conceit, while appealing, leaves much to be desired (neurotic, city-dwelling animals from the zoo are mis...

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    Strange Is Relative In New Character Posters For 'Dark Shadows': This Is Either A Trainwreck Or Tim Burton's Best Movie In Years

    Relatively late in the game for a major tentpole movie, with less than two months to go before Tim Burton's "Dark Shadows" hits theaters, Warner Bros. has finally turned on the publicity machine for the film in full force. A trailer finally dropped for the film last week and now n...

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    South Africa’s M-Net Launches Ambitious Video On Demand Service For African Cinema (The African Film Library)

    An initiative of South Africa's Electronic Media Network (M-Net), the African Film Library (AFL at www.africanfilmlibrary.com) makes African cinema easily accessible for movie lovers all over the world, with 110 films available at launch (although it's acquired the rights to a...

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    Watch: Sam Rockwell Exudes Menace, Usual High Standards In Deleted Scenes for 'The Sitter'

    Essentially the anti-Apatow, director David Gordon Green has found a habit in obtaining the leanest running times possible for his films, and with his 81 minute 2011 film “The Sitter” (squaring off against “Carnage” as one of the shortest of last year) arriving on Blu-Ray tod...

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    'The Avengers' Continue To Blandly Stand Around In New Pics From The Superhero Film

    While "John Carter" was rightly ripped for a thoroughly terrible campaign, if the geeks were being fair -- and if this wasn't an already established franchise -- they would tearing Marvel a new one over the continually dull campaign for "The Avengers." Granted, the studio pro...

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    Jacky Ido, Emayatzy Corinealdi Headline Nefertite Nguvu's Feature Debut "In The Morning" (To Be Shot By Arthur Jafa)

    We featured a Kickstarter campaign for this project last fall (it met its goal thankfully), and it's been on my "watch-list" since then - the debut feature film from writer/director/producer Nefertite Nguvu titled In The Morning, to be shot be by Arthur Jafa (a name I'm sure m...

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    Aerosmith Gets Back In The Summer Soundtrack Game, Will Drop A New/Old Song For 'G.I. Joe: Retaliation'

    For a while there in the early '90s, you couldn't escape hearing Aerosmith blasting out of every radio station from every car stereo across the nation. "Livin' On The Edge," "Crying," "Amazing" and "Crazy" marked a tremendous run for the band that ...

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    College of William And Mary In Williamsburg, VA Welcomes Spike Lee On March 27th

    For all of you at the College of William & Mary, or if you live in Williamsburg, VA... this event takes place exactly 1 week from today, on March 27th.

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    Special East Coast Screening Of Russ Parr's "The Under Shepherd" On March 27th. Get Tix Now!

    The image above says it all... well, most of it anyway. The image below tells you the rest of the story - specifically the different price levels, and what you're getting for each.

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    Sundance London Special Events and Panels: Wainwright, McGarrigle, Placebo, Prince of Wales & More

    The Sundance Institute and The O2 announce the special events and panels for the inaugural Sundance London film and music festival, which runs April 26-29. Musical events include ‘Rufus and Martha Wainwright sing Kate McGarrigle,’ following the world premiere of Lian Lunson's film...

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