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    Contest: 3 Copies Of The BluRay Combo Pack For 'Shame'; Free Museum Of Sex Screening Tonight

    Drawing controversy for its NC-17 rating and frank depiction of sexuality, it speaks to the power of Steve McQueen's "Shame" that the quality of the film itself managed rose above the chatter, solidfying itself as one of the finest of 2011.

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    Mark Ruffalo Says Scarlett Johansson Might Not Co-Star In 'Can A Song Save Your Life?'; Eyeing Country Singer Role In Kenneth Lonergan's Play ‘Hang On To Me, Darling’

    When Mark Ruffalo was announced as the successor to Ed Norton’s Hulk/Bruce Banner for “The Avengers,” many eyebrows were raised and, in the case of the fanboys, many wondered if the actor known for his acclaimed work in indie dramas could do the job. However, if there’s one thing Ruffalo has proven ...

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    Saatchi & Saatchi, Martha’s Vineyard African American Film Fest Present NOTHING IS IMPOSSIBLE Producer's Award

    Saatchi & Saatchi is in it’s 4th year of sponsorship of the Run&Shoot Filmworks Martha’s Vineyard African American Film Festival.

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    Awesomely Retro Poster For Disney's 'Wreck-It Ralph' Debuts

    Disney has just debuted the teaser poster for its upcoming animated feature, "Wreck-It Ralph," over at MSN, and we've got to say that we're positively loving the stark simplicity of the design. The computer-animated movie, out on November 2nd, is set inside the world of classic videogames, and the 8...

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    Cannes Announces 2012 Short Film Selection: 'The Chair,' 'Night Shift,' 'Yardbird,' 'Souffle,' 'Silent' & More

    The official selection of short films competing at Cannes is listed below. The Cinéfondation and Short Films Jury, over which Jean-Pierre Dardenne resides, will reward the best films from the Short Film Competition and the Cinéfondation Selection. Cannes will announce its main competit...

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    Steve McQueen's "Shame" Arrives In Blu-ray Combo Pack Loaded w/ Extra Features (Now Available)

    We covered this film enough that I'm sure every single one of you has either already seen it, or at least is familiar with it that I don't think an introduction is necessary at this point. 

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    'All You Need' is Emily Blunt? Actress in Talks for Cruise/Liman Pic

    Doug Liman has set his sights on Emily Blunt to star alongside Tom Cruise in the Warner Bros.' "All You Need is Kill." In-demand Blunt is in talks to join the project, which is based on a graphic novel about a soldier fighting a war against aliens who...

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    Octavia Spencer & 'Chronicle' Star Michael B. Jordan To Star In 'Fruitvale' About Controversial Death Of Oscar Grant

    The tragic death/murder of Trayvon Martin has been at the top of headlines in recent weeks, drawing controversy and criticism as officials have moved painfully slowly in arrested George Zimmerman, or even doing the basic groundwork of investigation, in a case that many feel has the markings of a rac...

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    Shawn Levy Produces Peek Into The American Male Psyche With Jake Kasdan-Directed 'Man Made'

    The concept of masculinity has been called into question repeatedly over the past decade, and now with men turning to old-fashioned ideals and “Mad Men” re-runs for any sort of guidance, a new book-to-film adaptation, “Man Made,” aims to achieve some answers.

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    'Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters' Helmer Tommy Wirkola Feels The 'Afterburn' With Gerard Butler

    The zom-com genre has been kind to director Tommy Wirkola, since it was his 2008 film “Dead Snow” that first attracted Hollywood's attention, and it's been announced he'll continue his good fortune by heading up a new sci-fi comic adaptation with considerable talent involved.

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