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    Kickstarter Campaign for "The Bullfighter" About Chicago Bulls' Player Norm Van Lier

    Back in the 1970's, long before Michael Jordan became synonymous with the Chicago Bulls, there was Norm Van Lier. Arguably the most popular player on the team before MJ, Van Lier, who died suddenly in 2009 at the age of 61, led a wild and turbulent life, famous for his exploits both on and ...

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    Watch: Clip From 'The Innkeepers' Plus Win A Pair Of Tickets To Brooklyn Screening With Ti West & Sara Paxton

    There were few films more divisive at last year's South by Southwest Film Festival than Ti West's creepy, kooky "The Innkeepers." We found the film to be an absolute delight and easily one of the highlights, not only of the midnight movie line-up, but the festival as a whole.

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    Sandra Bullock Says Alfonso Cuaron Insisted On No Makeup For The Actors In 'Gravity'

    Even though he's been twice voted by People magazine as the Sexiest Man Alive, it looks like you're going to see George Clooney at his rawest. As if Alfonso Cuaron's 3D space thriller "Gravity" wasn't already ambitious enough, he's gone ahead and given the marketing dep...

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    Mark Wahlberg Blames Hurried Release Schedule For Ruining Tim Burton's 'Planet Of The Apes'

    While promoting his forthcoming counterfeit thriller "Contraband" (out later this month), star Mark Wahlberg was asked by MTV about his involvement in Tim Burton's "Planet of the Apes," since the new entry in the franchise, last August's "Rise of the Planet of the Apes," got considerably kinder revi...

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    "Music, Magic, Clash: New Voices In The African Diaspora" - TIFF's Black History Month Screening Series

    CaribbeanTales Youth Film Festival and TIFF join forces to celebrate Black History Month with a fundraising Gala recognizing 50 years of independence for Jamaica and Trinidad & Tobago, and 2 screenings of Storm Saulter's stunning award-winning feature film Better Mus Come.

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    First Look At Jemaine Clement As The Villain In 'Men In Black III'

    A trailer for the "Men In Black 3" hit just before Christmas and mostly focused on the time-jumping storyline and Josh Brolin's eerie Tommy Lee Jones impersonation, but we didn't see much in the way of creatures or a villain (probably because VFX are still being worked on). Well, now a peek at the b...

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    Kim Ji-Woon Returns To Korea After Arnie's 'The Last Stand' For 'The Fall Of Humanity'

    After releasing one of 2011's very best movies, the serial killer epic "I Saw the Devil," South Korean director Kim Ji-Woon is about to embark on an even scarier proposition: a big Hollywood movie starring none other than Arnold Schwarzenegger. That film, the revenge western "The ...

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    Howard University Dept. Of Radio Television & Film Presents FREE Advance Screening Of "Pariah" Thursday!

    It's officially scheduled to open in Washington, D.C. this Friday the 6th of January, but if you live in that city and would like to see it one day earlier, you should RSVP ASAP to attend a FREE advanced screening of Dee Rees' feature directorial debut Pariah, presented by Howard University&...

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    'Detachment' Hits On March 16th; 'Best Exotic Marigold Hotel' Pushed To May 4th

    A couple of release date adjustments to mark your fresh 2012 calendar with, as you plot out your moviegoing for the year.

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    Tran Ahn Hung's Aborted 'Night Dogs' With Adrien Brody Would've Had Jimi Hendrix Score; Director Plotting French Novel Adaptation Next

    While he's no Terrence Malick, Vietnamese-French director Tran Anh Hung isn't exactly rushing movies out. Since his critically acclaimed debut "The Scent Of Green Papaya" in 1993, only five films have arrived from the helmer, one of which, neo-noir "I Come With The R...

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