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    Julia Louis-Dreyfus & James Gandolfini To Star In Nicole Holofcener's Next Film

    So, what do Julia Louis-Dreyfus and James Gandolfini have in common? Well, they're both graduates of the Armando Iannucci school of comedy with the former currently starring in his HBO series "Veep" and the latter featuring in "In The Loop." Now both will take those comi...

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    A New Look At Emma Watson In Sofia Coppola's 'The Bling Ring' Wearing A Pink Tracksuit & Uggs

    Well filming is wrapped on "The Bling Ring" but it feels like we've already gotten an eyeful already. An almost endless stream of set photos have been appearing over the last few weeks but Emma Watson herself is getting in on the fun, tweeting out a new look at her in costume from the ...

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    'What To Expect When You're Expecting' Soundtrack Features Chiddy Bang, Black Lips, A Fine Frenzy, David Gray & More

    Starring Cameron Diaz, Jennifer Lopez, Brooklyn Decker, Chace Crawford and Chris Rock, among others, Capitol Records will release the original soundtrack to the Lionsgate feature film "What To Expect When You’re Expecting," digitally on May 15th and physically on May 22nd.

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    Canadians At Cannes: New Looks At Brandon Cronenberg's 'Antiviral' & Xavier Dolan's 'Laurence Anyways'

    The Cannes Film Festival is just two weeks away and excitement continues to grow, and as filmmakers, producers, directors, actors and sales agents pack their bags, more peeks of the films hitting the Croisette are landing online. The latest comes from two Canadian filmmakers who will both be competi...

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    Hill Harper, Ruby Dee, Elise Neal, Michael K. Williams To Star In "Kinyarwanda" Producer's Directorial Debut

    And that Kinyarwanda producer's name is Tommy Oliver. Remember it! :)

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    Demian Bichir Follows Oscar Nom With Roles In 'Machete Kills' & William Friedkin's 'Trapped'

    Sometimes an Oscar nomination (or more importantly a win) bumps you into a higher echelon, with more prestige style scripts crossing your desk and doors opening where they were closed. Or, it doesn't. And though he earned a well deserved Oscar nod for his turn in "A Better Life," Demia...

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    "You Know You Gotta Have A Trailer For A Trailer These Days": 'Expendables 2' Teaser Proves The Lame Point

    Remember the days when a trailer was just a simple marketing tool for a movie? Now, you need a marketing tool for your marketing tool. Or, as Terry Crews says in this near pointless micro-teaser for "The Expendables 2," "You know that you've got to have a trailer for the trailer n...

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    'Red State' Star Kyle Gallner Joins 'Beautiful Creatures' With Viola Davis & Alden Ehrenreich

    So, will "Beautiful Creatures" be the next "The Hunger Games"-sized Young Adult hit? That's what Warner Bros. is hoping for as they are putting the final casting pieces in place for the big screen adaptation of Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl's novel.

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    'The Hunger Games' Director Gary Ross Conjures Up 'Houdini'

    With "The Hunger Games" director Gary Ross having officially moved on from the blockbuster franchise, with a desire to do something different, he has now signed up to tackle a famous historical figure and an adventure movie all at once.

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    Joss Whedon Reveals He Tossed Out & Rewrote Zak Penn's Original 'Avengers' Script

    By any standard -- critical or commercial -- not only is "The Avengers" a megahit, which by the end of this weekend could be looking at $585 million worldwide, it's also considered by many to be the best Marvel movie to date. And when the dust clears and the money is counted, Marv...

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