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    Contest: Win A Copy Of The Frank Sinatra Box Set Collection -- 10 Films Spanning 11 Years

    There's very little we can say about the indomitable Ol' Blue Eyes that hasn't already been said, but suffice it to say, Frank Sinatra is one of the most successful entertainers of all time, effortlessly transitioning back and forth between his music and acting careers.

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    Cane, Car & Gun: 8 New 'Dark Shadows' Posters Give Us A New Look At Each Character

    Can you tell yet that "Dark Shadows" is only six weeks away? Warner Bros. continues their marketing onslaught with yet another batch of character posters, this time giving us a bit more detail on the characters we met in the headshot centered one sheets just over a week ago.

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    Francophile Weinstein Co. Says Oui to 'Populaire,' Remakes French Hit with 'Bridesmaid''s Feig

    The Weinstein Co. mopped the floor with many an Oscar contender that was up against "The Artist," so why not take US rights to the next big thing from France's The Wild Bunch and do it again?

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    Gerard Butler May Have Finally Ended The Search For A Leading Man For 'Motor City'

    Let it be over, for the love of god. After cycling through Chris Evans, Dominic Cooper, Jake Gyllenhaal and Jeremy Renner, it looks like Albert Hughes may have finally found his leading man for "Motor City."

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    'Grown Ups 2' Is Still Happening But At Least It Will Have Oliver Cooper From 'Project X'

    You asked for it, America. As mind-numbingly shitty as it was, "Grown Ups" made over $162 million at home, contributing to over $270 million worldwide. It didn't take a genius at Sony to figure out that if Adam Sandler is going to make his first sequel, it might as well be for one of h...

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    'True Story' to Star Hill & Franco; Plan B Gets New Regency to Finance

    New Regency will finance Plan B's production of "True Story," which will star overexposed James Franco and Brad Pitt co-star Jonah Hill. His role in Plan B's "Moneyball" launched him into the big leagues, along with current hit "21 Jump Street." Rupert Goold wil...

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    Johnny Depp's 'Thin Man' Has Eva Green, Amy Adams, Emma Stone, Carey Mulligan, Rachel Weisz, Kristen Wiig, Emily Blunt & Isla Fisher Battling For Co-Starring Role

    So, who's gonna be the lucky lady to star opposite Johnny Depp in this brewing remake/reboot of "The Thin Man"? Well, no surprise that the biggest actor on the planet has his pick of leading ladies.

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    'Fifty Shades of Grey' Author and Twihard E. L. James Talks Smoking and Spicy Sex with EW

    EW's next issue goes deep into E. L. James' "Fifty Shades of Grey," which Universal's Focus Features recently won after a bidding war. Here are the details on how what started as "Twilight" fan fiction become a novel trilogy and a hot Hollywood property. Highlights of James' interview with EW are be...

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    "Red Tails" Arrives On Blu-ray, DVD & Digital Download On May 22 Loaded w/ Special Features

    Lucasfilm Ltd. and Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment have announced that they will release the Anthony Hemingway-directed, George Lucas-produced Red Tails on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital Download on May 22, just in time for the Memorial Day holiday.

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    It's Official: Lynton Moves Up to Run Sony Corporation of America In Addition to Sony Pictures Entertainment

    Respected Sony veteran exec Michael Lynton is moving up to chair Sony Corporation of America. The news broke last week in the Financial Times and New York Times; Lynton will continue as chairman/CEO of Sony Pictures Entertainment. (The official release is pasted below.)

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