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    Watch: Black Peonies Are Bigger In Red Band Trailer For 'The Five-Year Engagement'

    Getting married is one thing, but you have to get to the altar first, and it's that journey that serves as the center of yet another winning Judd Apatow production, in Jason Segel and Nicholas Stoller's "The Five-Year Engagement." The film opened the Tribeca Film Festival a couple ...

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    In Theaters: 'Marley' Is 'The Lucky One' While We Say 'Goodbye First Love' To 'Think Like A Man' & Peruse 'The Moth Diaries'

    Spring is here, folks! New love and life are upon us now that the dreary, ice-cold fingers of winter have withdrawn. Loosely translated into the logic of releasing films, this means documentaries and romance melodramas abound! They pop up from studios like daisies from freshly hoed lawns. Head to th...

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    Culty John Cusack Romps Through the Getty Villa After Hours

    New York Magazine's latest profile by Jada Yuan follows John Cusack through the Getty Villa after hours, where the actor remarks on the emptiness: "We could steal art." Instead he settles for pilfering a bag of chips at the snack stand.

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    'Horrible Bosses' Director Seth Gordon Attached To Disney's RomCom 'Ground Control To Major Tom'

    Seth Gordon, we like you. We ranked "The King of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters" very high on our Best Documentaries of the Decade list (the aughts) and its still holds up. While you didn't end up directing "Celeste And Jesse Forever" and you still have yet to make "The Only Living Boy in New York" and...

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    Jaden Smith Could Be A Teenage Jason Bourne-Like Killing Machine In Adaptation Of "Boy Nobody"

    I believe After Earth, the project he's starring in with his father, Will Smith, directed by M. Night Shyamalan, is still very much in the principal photography stage of the production process, but young Jaden Smith is already negotiating his next project.

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    New In Theaters - Damon Russell's Slamdance Docudrama "Snow On Tha Bluff"

    Also opening in limited theatrical release today... Making its theatrical premiere in NYC at the reRun Gastropub Theater.

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    Roadside Attractions to Release Sci-Fi Thriller 'Branded'

    Roadside Attractions has acquired North American distribution to Jamie Bradshaw & Alexander Doulerain's sci-fi thriller "Branded." The film, which stars Ed Stoppard and Leelee Sobieski, depicts a future society in which corporate brands have created a conspiracy to keep the public...

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    Watch: Anne Hathaway & Hugh Jackman Sing The Finale Of 'Les Miserables'; Plus First Look Amanda Seyfried In The Film

    From sensual Catwoman to....not so sensual Fantine. Tom Hooper's big, Oscar-baiting musical "Les Miserables" continues to roll in front of cameras, and the press and paparazzi continue to be out in full force. Not only do we get a first look at remarkably skinny Anne Hathaway as Fantin...

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    Taylor Swift & Alison Pill Being Lined Up To Play Joni Mitchell & Carole King In 'Girls Like Us'

    Casting anybody in the roles of the legendary Joni Mitchell and Carole King was always going to be a difficult task, but these choices -- well, one in particular -- will be sure to draw some interesting scrutiny and controversy.

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    New Emmett Till Film Opts To Explore Healing In Racially Torn Town Following Decades Of yearning For Justice

    NEW YORK, NY, April 20, 2012 – DeShaun Davis Films announces that pre-production is underway on independent feature film, 55 TILL NOW, a docudrama based on the 1955 murder of 14-year old Chicago black teenager Emmett Till in Glendora, Mississippi.

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