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    Daniel Radcliffe To Play Allen Ginsberg (Naturally) In 'Kill Your Darlings'

    If there has been one consistent thing about portrayals of Beat poet Allen Ginsberg on the big screen, it's that the actors lined up to play him have always been unpredictable. John Turturro, Hank Azaria, David Cross and James Franco have all tackled the part over the years, and now another unli...

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    Brit Marling Says She's Learned The Power Of Simplicity From Working With Robert Redford On 'The Company You Keep'

    If you hadn’t heard of Brit Marling prior to 2011, you’re like most people – she was still a struggling unknown, trying to build a career as an artist using a degree in economics, and not much else. But within the past eleven months, the actress, screenwriter and director has made ...

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    National Television Premiere Of "Little Brother: Things Fall Apart" On Documentary Channel TONIGHT!

    Tonight at 8pm EST/PST, the Documentary Channel will air the USA national television premiere of Little Brother: Things Fall Apart.

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    George Miller Says 'Fury Road' Just The Start Of A Potential New Mad Max Trilogy

    The fourth entry in the Mad Max series, the tentatively titled "Fury Road," has been stopped and started so many times that in today's climate of studios wary of hanging onto anything that will cost them more money than it should, it's a minor miracle the movie's getting made a...

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    "Old Fashioned" Steven Spielberg Says Film Processing Labs Could Be Gone In 10 Years; Pleads With Audiences To See 'War Horse' On The Big Screen

    Steven Spielberg seemingly might be following in the steps of his old guard peers -- James Cameron, Martin Scorsese, Ridley Scott – veteran filmmakers jumping headfirst into 3D and new technologies. After all, his upcoming adventure film "Tintin" is his first digitally shot moti...

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    New Drama 'Turning Point' Blends Hollywood & Nollywood

    One of our readers recently passed this along. The UK's HekCentrik Productions has a new feature in the works entitled Turning Point, which recently wrapped production and plans for an April 2012 release.

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    'The Hobbit' Trailer Will Debut In Front Of 'The Adventures Of Tintin' (Which Is Killing It Overseas In Case You Were Wondering)

    While for a big chunk of the world "The Adventures Of Tintin" is old news, having arrived in theaters throughout October and November, for those of us in North America, the film still remains the holiday season treat we're eager to unwrap. The classic comic being brought to life from t...

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    Lost Disney Cartoon Discovered in UK

    Before there was Mickey Mouse, there was a plucky, similarly styled character that Walt Disney and Ub Iwerks created named Oswald the Lucky Rabbit. While not as widely known as Mickey Mouse, since Disney recently reacquired the rights to the character (more on that in a minute), he has been sneaking...

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