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    War Is Bloody And/Or Fun In Posters For 'In The Land Of Blood And Honey' & 'This Means War'

    Yeah, we know. Not exactly the most obvious pairing, but since both movies are about war and because we're feeling a bit of Thanksgiving laziness settling in, this is how we're gonna roll on this one okay? Deal. New posters have popped up for the war-centric films "In the Land of Blood ...

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    Watch: Clip Of U2's Larry Mullen Jr. Making His Acting Debut In Remake Of Patrice Leconte's 'Man On The Train'

    While Bono is off saving the world, selling Blackberrys and buying even more ridiculous sunglasses, drummer Larry Mullen Jr. has been exercising some different creative muscles acting in, producing and composing a remake of Patrice Leconte's comic thriller "The Man On The Train." For r...

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    First Look At The White Apes In 'John Carter' Is Kind Of A Spoiler

    When the first tailer for "John Carter" dropped earlier this year, it was undoubtedly wonderful to look at but also kind of enigmatic. For those not familiar with the books, it was hard to glean exactly what was happening or even what the film was about, and anecdotally speaking, when we&#...

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    ‘Rampart’ Director Oren Moverman Talks Collaborating With James Ellroy (Sort Of) & Why Star Woody Harrelson Almost Hated His Movie

    In 2009, screenwriter-turned-director Oren Moverman was involved in two great feats. The first was by his own doing: making a powerful and absorbing directorial debut with “The Messenger” featuring outstanding performances by Woody Harrelson, Ben Foster and Samantha Morton. The second ac...

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    Paul Greengrass' 'Memphis' Finding New Life? Icon U.K. Group In Talks To Finance The Movie

    While Paul Greengrass has spent the year circling a number of films to mark his follow-up to "Green Zone," it's "Memphis" that remains the project that got away. This spring, Universal yanked the plug on the director's Martin Luther King Jr. project that was gearing up to...

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    Update on 'Ebert Presents at the Movies': Help Is On the Way

    Earlier this month, critic Roger Ebert announced that the latest iteration of his TV show, "Ebert Presents At the Movies," was in serious financial trouble. The half-hour program, co-hosted by Christy Lemire and Ignatiy Vishnivetsky, has aired on public television since the ...

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    South Africa's Bertha Foundation Invests $2.4 Million to Fund Social Justice Docs

    The South Africa-based Bertha Foundation has partnered with the Channel 4 BRITDOC Foundation to launch two new funds for documentary features totaling £1.5 million ($2.4 million) over three years.

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    Interviews: 'Arthur Christmas' Star Bill Nighy & Director Sarah Smith Discuss Their New Holiday Movie

    There is, in short order, going to be a family movie blood bath at the box office this holiday weekend, with "Arthur Christmas," "Hugo" and "The Muppets" all arriving in theaters. While all three films certainly deserve merit, "Arthur Christmas," with its surp...

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    Soundtrack for 'New Year's Eve' Features Jon Bon Jovi & A Bunch Of Terrible Music

    "New Year's Eve" is coming, and we don't mean the debaucherous, end-of-year booze fest. We're talking about the latest rom-com in the holiday-themed (shudder) franchise whose claim to fame is overstuffing the movie with celebrities whose screen time each amounts to about five m...

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    Grateful Dead To Get The ‘Across The Universe’ Treatment

    Before there was Phish, the Grateful Dead were the original jam band, for which people traveled the country, doing drugs and attending multiple-hour-long concerts every year, up until frontman Jerry Garcia’s death in 1995. Now an “Across the Universe”-style film is in the works, on...

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