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    "Let Me Be Your Next Leading Lady" - Actress Spends $1500 For Billboard Ad to Get Tyler Perry's Attention

    File this one under, By. Any. Means. Necessary.

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    Exclusive: Trailer For Tribeca Film Festival Doc 'Let Fury Have The Hour' Featuring John Sayles, Chuck D, Ian MacKaye & More

    Sometimes the greatest and most profound art is created during moments of upheaval, as a reaction against a political or social climate that is seen as unjust. And that explosive blend of vision and expression will be on full display at the Tribeca Film Festival in the documentary "Let Fury Hav...

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    BAFTA Los Angeles Inaugurates An Enhanced 3-Year Scholarship Program

    To celebrate it's 25th anniversary, The British Academy of Film and Television Arts Los AngelesĀ® (BAFTA Los Angeles) has announced a new three-year scholarship program for graduate students studying in the U.S. The annual program will grant a scholarship of $15,000, with a runner-up receiving $5,000...

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    Restored Cut Of Sergio Leone's 'Once Upon A Time In America' With 40 More Minutes To Premiere At Cannes Film Festival

    Well, we're one day away from the unveiling of the Cannes Film Festival lineup, but as usual, organizers will also highlight films from the past, and in 2012 they've landed a restoration of a film that will be adding plenty of new material for cinephiles to take in.

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    Irvine Welsh Says 'Filth' With James McAvoy Aiming For TIFF Premiere

    Since Danny Boyle’s adaptation of “Trainspotting” hit screens back in 1995, its source writer Irvine Welsh hasn’t really managed to become a fixture on the big screen. His writing credits have mostly been confined to shorts and TV movies, despite talk of an adaptation his &ld...

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    Watch: Brooklyn Decker Just Wants A Chicken Burrito In Clip From 'Battleship'

    $200 million folly, or this summer's brainless "Transformers" programmer? We'll soon see, but if international audiences are any indication, no one reads reviews as "Battleship" has opened #1 in a number of territories, adding nearly $60 million to the war chest a full mo...

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    Matt Lucas Joins 'Therese Raquin' With Elizabeth Olsen & Oscar Isaac; Also Playing Drag Queen Divine In Michael Winterbottom's 'King Of Soho'

    As one half of the comedic duo behind "Little Britain," Matt Lucas has stayed relatively close to his lighter wheelhouse when venturing onto the silver screen featuring in "Bridesmaids," "Gnomeo & Juliet" and the upcoming "Small Apartments." The actor...

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    'The Descendants' Star Shailene Woodley & 'Smashed' Director James Ponsoldt Team For 'The Spectacular Now'

    After her breakout turn in "The Descendants," Shailene Woodley has been understandably inundated with offers for movies, reportedly turning down the seemingly-unnecessary remake of "Carrie," but has finally decided to keep doing what she does best: playing a teenager who's got trouble in front of he...

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    Steve Carell & Toni Collette Join 'The Way, Way Back,' The Directorial Debut for 'The Descendants' Writers Jim Rash and Nat Faxon

    It's funny what a gold statue can do. "The Descendants" screenwriters Jim Rash and Nat Faxon have had their screenplay "The Way, Way Back" stuck in development for years, finally surfacing late last year. After winning the Best Adapted Screenplay Oscar, "The Way, Way Back" is moving forward quickly ...

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    Nicolas Winding Refn Producing A Prequel To '80s Cult Horror Flick 'Maniac Cop'

    On top of a directorial career that's going from strength to strength, Nicolas Winding Refn has been getting into the producing game of late backing the remake of his original pic "Pusher" and an Icelandic crime-drama titled "Black's Game" -- both of which will be unveile...

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