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    'It Would Be Extremely Painful... For You:' What Did We Learn about 'The Dark Knight Rises' From The Prologue?

    With “Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol” now playing in IMAX theaters, the first 6 minutes of “The Dark Knight Rises” is now officially playing for thousands of Batman fans across the country – at least those lucky enough to live near one of the 50-some IMAX screens playing the footage. We couldn’t...

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    Roger Ebert Names "Kinyarwanda" To His Top 11 Films of 2011 List

    Roger Ebert named Alrick Brown's Kinyarwanda on his Top 11 Films of 2011 list, along with other choices such as Tree of Life, A Separation and Shame. Ebert said that Borwn's film shook him "deeply" and that it is a film of "great emotional impact."

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    Exclusive: David Fincher On Whether He’ll Direct The ‘Girl With The Dragon Tattoo’ Sequel

    Today I had the opportunity to sit down with filmmaker David Fincher, the director of “Seven,” “Fight Club” and his upcoming effort, “The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo” which lands in theaters on December 21. Fincher recently cautioned to another journalist that he doesn’t answer questions in sound-bi...

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    Weekly Wrap: Weekend Preview, Box Office, Interviews, Awards, Reviews, In the Works

    BOX OFFICE, REVIEWS, TRAILERS Weekend Preview: Star-Packed "Carnage," "Mission: Impossible," "Sherlock Holmes"; Nolan's "Dark Knight Rises" Preview Screens in IMAX; Tsui Hark's "Flying Swords of Dragon Gate" Opens on 5000 3-D Screens in China; Review and Round-Up: Fincher's "Girl with the Dragon Ta...

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    Trailer Watch For Romantic Comedy "Exit Strategy"

    Here's the trailer for the romantic comedy Exit Strategy which is scheduled to be released in February 2012.

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    ‘Shame’ Screenwriter Abi Morgan Talks Ralph Fiennes’ ‘Invisible Woman’ Project, Joe Wright’s ‘Little Mermaid, ‘Suffragettes’ & More

    Three of screenwriter Abi Morgan's projects were honored by Golden Globe nominations Thursday -- the first season of her much-acclaimed BBC miniseries "The Hour," as well as the lead actors from her films "Shame" and "The Iron Lady," Michael Fassbender and Mery...

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    Trailer: Director Adam Pesce's Story Of Indigenous Surfing In Papua New Guinea, "Splinters", Screening In Jan. & Feb.

    "I never set out to make a “surf movie.” My aim with Splinters, rather, is to introduce the viewer to an experiment unfolding in a Petri dish. How the surfboard catalyst will ultimately fuse two disparate worlds together is unknown. Will it be the golden goose that provides a &ldquo...

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    French Star Omar Sy ("Intouchables") Shooting Next Project: Buddy-Cop Dramedy Titled "On The Other Side Of The Tracks"

    While the film that offered him his breakout role (Intouchables) continues to rake in box office dough in his native France, star of the film Omar Sy is already onto the next one...

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    Eva Green To Play Artemisia In '300: Battle Of Artemisia'

    While Eva Green's movie choices have always been interesting and eclectic, her otherworldly beauty seems to have made her a favorite for sword 'n sandal/fantasy pics. With "Kingdom of Heaven," "The Golden Compass," and short-lived TV series "Camelot" under her b...

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    Producer Kathleen Kennedy Says ‘Robopocalypse’ Will Have ‘Minority Report’ & ‘A.I.’-Like Elements & Says The ‘Who Framed Roger Rabbit’ Sequel Is Stalled For Now

    Besides "Lincoln" and "The Adventures of Tintin" sequels, what else do director Steven Spielberg and producer Kathleen Kennedy cooking for their follow-ups? And what else is Kennedy working on outside of her projects with Spielberg? We quizzed Kennedy for a rapid fire round-up of everything that's o...

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