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    First Look At Toby Jones & Sienna Miller As Alfred Hitchcock & Tippi Hedren In 'The Girl'

    With Oscar-winner "The Artist" causing a momentary nostalgic wave among audiences, though without quite stirring a revival of interest in silent film (speaking of which, if you're in Oakland do everything you can to go see Abel Gance's restored "Napoleon" -- great article...

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    SNL Veterans Dan Aykroyd And Chevy Chase Teaming Up To Write Comedy Screenplay

    Dan Aykroyd may be mostly busy these days talking up a “Ghostbusters” sequel that seems unlikely to ever happen (and do we even want it to without the involvement of the great Bill Murray?), while Chevy Chase is part of television’s best comedy ensemble on NBC’s “Community.” Their respective stars m...

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    "Dysfunctional Friends" Opens In DC Area This Friday + DVD Release Set For April + 2 Clips

    If you haven't seen Corey Grant's comedy/drama Dysfunctional Friends, AND you live in the DC area, you'll get your chance to do so, as it opens this Friday, March 23rd, at Magic Johnson Capital Center 12, 800 Shoppers Way, Largo, MD.

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    Cooking Documentary 'Step Up to the Plate' Goes to Cinema Guild

    The Cinema Guild has acquired US distribution rights to Paul Lacoste's documentary "Step Up to the Plate." The film centers on renowned father and son chefs, Michel and Sebastien Bras, revealing the secrets behind their best known dishes.

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    Mark Millar Teams With Nacho Vigalondo For Teaser For 'Supercrooks' Comic & Movie

    Mark Millar, the source writer of both “Kick-Ass” and “Wanted,” likes to talk. He’s always got something to say about the various projects based on his work, and often the legitimacy and accuracy of said comments can be brought into question. We’re still waiting to hear confirmation of that “Kick-As...

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    Michael Bay On 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle' Alien Controversy: "Fans Need To Take A Breath, And Chill"

    Hell hath no fury like a fanbase scorned. From Bryan Singer's "X-Men" abandoning their traditional yellow spandex to Jennifer Lawrence being too blonde and pale to play Katniss Everdeen in "The Hunger Games," internet fandom is not one to lay down silently when a filmmaker ti...

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    Jason Statham & Jennifer Lopez's 'Parker' Bumped To January 25, 2013

    You know, this was going to be a snarkier post but then we dug up this set photo of Jason Statham wearing a goddamn cowboy hat, and "Parker" is now our most anticipated movie of 2013. Jason Statham has done a lot things in his career -- most of them variations on the same theme -- but we h...

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    Watch: New Clips From 'The Hunger Games' & 'The Hungry Games'

    With (mostly) positive word running rampant for “The Hunger Games” all throughout the Twittersphere and reviews flooding in daily (including our own, which called it “thoughtful, thrilling populist entertainment that genuinely deserves to be a franchise”) it’s a wonder ...

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    'Chronicle' Director Josh Trank To Direct Adaptation Of 'The Red Star'

    As most of us know by now, the January release of “Chronicle” marked one of those rare moments when critical and commercial success combines for a genre picture of that ilk. While a sequel has already been announced with original screenwriter Max Landis at work once again, director Josh ...

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    Documentary Filmmakers Turn Up the Heat on PBS; More from the Trenches

    Don't piss off documentary filmmakers. They are an activist bunch, by nature, and when they feel wronged, they band together and fight back. As Kartemquin Films' Tim Horsburgh told me, while I was researching this recent Indiewire article (The PBS Debacle: Why a New Time Slot Spells Disas...

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