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    Nina Arianda Is Giulietta Masina In 'Fellini Black And White'

    2012 could not be going better for Nina Arianda. The actress quickly followed up her Tony award win for "Venus In Fur" with two plum movie gigs, landing the lead in the Sean Durkin ("Martha Marcy May Marlene") directed Janis Joplin biopic "Joplin" and a part opposite Je...

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    Judi Dench Instructs Naomie Harris To 'Take The Bloody Shot' In New 'Skyfall' Tease

    Oh no! You mean Naomie Harris as arse-kicking, weapons-firing field agent Eve takes out Daniel Craig's 007, on orders from Judi Dench's M?

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    'Ant-Man Rumored To Shoot Right After 'Thor 2'

    Is Marvel's "Ant-Man" moving full-speed ahead in time for a 2014 release? If you believe the rumors, well, then yes. The latest noise from the interwebs says that "Ant-Man" will shoot soon after "Thor 2," aka "Thor: The Dark World" which is scheduled to start filming on August 6th. The rumored repor...

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    Watch: Porn, James Franco & the Quest for Self Discovery in Trailer for "About Cherry"

    The San Francisco porn circuit gets its moment of glory with former sex worker and director Stephen Elliot's film, "About Cherry." Co-written by Elliot and NYU lecturer and writer Lorelei Lee, a porn performer, the film boasts stars such as James Franco, Heather Graham and Dev Patel.&n...

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    Angelina Jolie Being Lined Up For Cameo In Paolo Sorrentino's Next Film 'The Great Beauty'

    Well, he made Sean Penn go goth in "This Must Be Place," so who knows how Paolo Sorrentino will tranform Angelina Jolie in his next film, but either way, the director is already angling a role for the actress in his upcoming effort.

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    Preview 'Doin' It In The Park' (On History, Culture, Social Impact Of NYC's Outdoor B-Ball Scene)

    As a New Yorker familiar with the hard-nosed West 4th street pick-up b-ball games that attract many onlookers (natives and tourists), I'm definitely interested in seeing this upcoming new documentary feature titled Doin' It In The Park.

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    More Fantastic Fest Titles: 'Dredd 3D,' 'Room 237,' 'The Shining' & More Join Burton Opener 'Frankenweenie'; 'The Master' Also Expected

    Fantastic Fest has finalized its first round of films playing in its 2012 edition. As previously announced, Tim Burton's "Frankenweenie" will open the festival, which runs September 20-27 in Austin, Texas. We got up close and personal with "The Art of Frankenweenie" exhibitio...

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    Animated Oscar-Nominee 'Chico & Rita' Limited Edition Collector's Set Releases September 18

    Cinedigm is releasing Fernando Trueba and Javier Marisca's Oscar-nominated animated film "Chico & Rita" on DVD, Bluray and VOD September 18, and digitally August 21. The Limited Edition Collector's Set also includes the soundtrack and a 16-page excerpt from the graphic novel. The Spanish film celebr...

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    Darren Aronofsky Finds His Cain & Abel For 'Noah'

    With production gearing up on Darren Aronofsky's massive "Noah," he continues to pad out his already impressive cast with more Biblical characters to help tell the tale of the man who built the Ark. Now, two famous siblings from Genesis will be making an appearance.

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    OBIT: French Avant-Garde Filmmaker Chris Marker (VIDEO CLIP)

    French writer and avant garde multimedia artist/photographer/filmmaker Chris Marker died at age 91 on July 29. The film that they screen most at film schools is Left Bank Cinema entry "La jetee" (1962), followed by "A Grin Without a Cat" (1977), "Sans Soleil" (1983) and his documentary essay on Akir...

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