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    Judd Apatow, Paul Feig & The Final Word On The Much-Discussed 'Bridesmaids' Sequel: We'll Do A Sequel If & When A Worthy Idea Surfaces

    God, the "Bridesmaids" sequel conversation has to stop. It all started when Universal said they'd consider making a sequel with or without lead actress Kristen Wiig (who wrote the script with her pal Annie Mumolo). Of course they would: the hilarious and successful comedy became t...

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    SnagFilms Acquires Worldwide Rights to Ducat's 'All Me: The Life and Times of Winfred Rembert'

    SnagFilms has acquired worldwide theatrical, digital and television rights to Vivian Ducat's “All Me: The Life and Times of Winfred Rembert.”

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    Antonio Banderas To Play Fidel Castro In 'Castro's Daughter'

    For a while there, we were worried. There seemed to be a way too long stretch of time where Antonio Banderas looked like he might never rebound from what seemed to be a string of bad choices. While he was keeping the lights on with "Shrek" movies, he was starring in one movie after another...

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    "CornerStore," "Joyful Noise," "Sing Your Song," "The Divide" - New In Theaters This Weekend

    And we're off... as already noted in a previous post, January will probably see one of the most *active* months throughout 2012 where *black cinema* is concerned - active in terms of releases, premier festival screenings, and discussion/debate about the films that make up the first 2.

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    Watch: Trailer For The Biggest International Motion Picture Of All Time 'Casa De Mi Padre'

    Audiences will pretty much watch whatever Will Ferrell does -- unless it's an indie drama -- but the question is, will they tolerate subtitles? We'll soon find out as "Casa De Mi Padre" rides into theaters this spring, and yes, it's in Spanish.

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    In Theaters: Sneak Some 'Contraband' Into 'Beauty And The Beast 3D' Or Make Some 'Joyful Noise' About 'We Need To Talk About Kevin'

    Hello chickadees, once again we have another weekend of random January releases so that we may have some time to catch up on our awards contenders. Time is running out! The Golden Globes are THIS VERY WEEKEND. Who will be the drunkest?? Probably some country singer with a best song nominee (never fo...

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    New Look At 'Madagascar 3' Which Now Features The Voice Of The Omnipresent Jessica Chastain

    While Jessica Chastain was in every movie you saw last year, averaging a film every two months, they were largely indie productions, and they likely didn't see her swimming in a pool filled with money. But the actress is now set to take on a gig that will probably earn her a decent check, and be...

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    Ricky Strauss Takes Disney Marketing Presidency UPDATED

    One of the topics of discussion at the Critics Choice Awards last night was who would get the open Disney marketing job. Having given the post to movie business outsider M.T. Carney 19 months ago--which rarely works, unless it's television--Disney Studio chairman Rich Ross was expected to go inside ...

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    Shirley MacLaine Will Be Ben Stiller's Mom In 'The Secret Life Of Walter Mitty'

    Long in the works, with folks like Ron Howard, Steven Spielberg and Gore Verbinski in the director's chair, and stars like Jim Carrey, Mike Myers, Sacha Baron Cohen, Will Ferrell and Owen Wilson all mooted to star at various points, when it was announced last summer that Ben Stiller wo...

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    Kino Lorber Takes Worldwide Rights to a Classic MLK Documentary

    Kino Lorber has acquired worldwide rights to the documentary portrait of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., "King: A Filmed Record... Montgomery to Memphis."

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