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    Doc On Gold Medalist, 17 Year Old Claressa 'T-Rex' Shields, Youngest Woman To Box In Olympics

    With the 2012 Summer Olympics now officially behind us (unless you live in London anyway, where you all are probably still recovering from it all), a documentary feature film about 17 year-old Claressa "T-Rex" Shields, the youngest woman - and one of the first - to ever box in the Oly...

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    Watch: First Clip Debuts From New Pixar 'Toy Story' Short 'Partysaurus Rex'

    When "Finding Nemo" premieres theatrically in a newly 3D-ized form in September, it will come with a special treat – a brand new "Toy Story" short called "Partysaurus Rex." As we detailed last week, the plot concerns our favorite nebbish dinosaur, Tex (Wallace Shawn), who befriends Bonnie's bath toy...

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    Preview Feature Doc 'The Secret Disco Revolution' (You May Think You Know Disco, But You Don't)

    Might what we know as Disco actually contain hidden meanings, despite attempts by revisionist to re-shape it as as a misunderstood culture of protest? Through interviews with the likes of Gloria Gaynor, The Village People, Kool and the Gang and others, along with a goldmine of stock footage and...

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    Trailer - 'BMF: The Rise And Fall Of A Hip-Hop Drug Empire' (Opens In September)

    It was just over a year ago when we announced that a scripted feature film for the big screen based on the Black Mafia Family (BMF) was in development by Program Pictures, the production company behind Antoine Fuqua's in limbo Tupac Shakur biopic...

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    Shia LaBeouf's 'Charlie Countryman' Aiming For Sundance Or Berlin Premiere; Joachim Trier's 'Louder Than Bombs' Starts Casting

    Since leaving his post as the leading man in Michael Bay's 'Transformers' trilogy, Shia LaBeouf has seemingly turned his back on blockbusters and made some admirable choices to work with names like Oliver Stone, John Hillcoat and Robert Redford with a teaming with the Danish king of controversy Lars...

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    Universal Sets Release Date for 'Kick Ass 2,' Bumps Back '47 Ronin,' Moves Up 'Jurassic Park 3-D'

    Universal has been moving around its release slots. We already detailed changes on the release dates for Ron Howard's Chris Hemsworth NASCAR vehicle "Rush," Tom Cruise in sci-fi epic "Oblivion," and Guillermo del Toro's horrific "Mama" here. Now the studio is giving "Kick Ass 2" a release date of Ju...

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    Exclusive Clip: Robert Rodriguez Talks The Virtues Of Digital Filmmaking In 'Side By Side'

    As filmmakers, financiers and studios continue to work together to bring movies to the multiplex, one of the more interesting discussions taking place that affects everything from budgets and scheduling to artistic approach and visual aesthetic is the decision whether or not to shoot digitally or on...

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    David Fisher's Latest, 'Six Million and One,' Acquired by Nancy Fishman Film

    Nancy Fishman Film has announced it will release David Fisher's latest documentary, "Six Million and One." Fisher's previous works include "Love Inventory" and "Mostar Round-Trip."

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    Preview Sardonic Angolan Drama 'The Great Kilapy' (Con Man Becomes National Hero)

    I'm not entirely sure of what to make of this based on the trailer below, but I can say with certainty that I'm most curious to see the rest of it!

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    Exclusive: 'For Ellen' Director So Yong Kim Reveals Details About Her Next Film 'Seventy'

    Among established filmmakers, few have moved as fascinatingly from film-to-film quite like So Yong Kim. The writer-director recently moved from the austere, critically acclaimed Korean picture “Treeless Mountain” to the upcoming “For Ellen,” a quintessentially American indie about a tortured rock st...

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