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    'Mirror Mirror' Director Tarsem Singh Explains Why His Movie Needed To Come Before 'Snow White And The Huntsman'

    A lot has been made of the rivalry between "Mirror Mirror" and "Snow White and the Huntsman" -- exemplified by the chicken-race with release dates. Before "Mirror Mirror" director Tarsem Singh could even start shooting, he told The Playlist he knew that his film had to ...

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    Hey, NYC! Win Tickets to IFC's Nanni Moretti Retrospective

    It's been quite a year for Italian master Nanni Moretti. His most recent film, "We Have A Pope," weathered considerable Vatican controversy last year and ended up atop Cahiers du Cinema's 2011 list, and this spring he will head the Cannes jury. The director behind "The So...

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    Ben Affleck Is 'Nathan Decker' In Political Comedy At Warner Bros. Penned By 'Crazy Stupid Love' Writer Dan Fogelman

    Warner Bros. is continuing its love affair with Ben Affleck. With the actor/director dropping the hit "The Town" for the studio a few years back and now in post on his upcoming "Argo," it seems they are eager to keep him working under their roof and have now signed him up for a l...

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    "African Pirates" Novel "Those In Peril" By Wilbur Smith Being Adapted For Big Screen (Concerns...)

    I usually look up book titles whenever announcements are made about any being adapted to film - especially if I'm not familiar with the novel. Ya just never know what its content might hold, and whether it'll relate to this site's interests.

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    Florence And The Machine Record New Song "Breath Of Life" For 'Snow White And The Huntsman' Soundtrack

    It was just about a week ago that we highlighted Florence And The Machine's "Never Let Me Go" in our newly revamped music video column, and if you're a fan of the flame-haired singer, we've got more good news for you. She's stepping up into summer blockbuster land with a br...

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    'Attack The Block' Star John Boyega Lines Up 'Half Of A Yellow Sun' & Sci-Fi Pic 'Creeping Zero'

    When "Attack the Block" hit screens last summer, it almost immediately became everyone's favorite new cult hit. While we're still waiting with bated breath to find out what writer/director Joe Cornish will do next, someone who's taking considerably less time to line up his futu...

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    First Look At 'Populaire' The French 1950s-Set Rom-Com The Weinsteins Hope Is The Next 'The Artist'

    If Harvey Weinstein can turn a silent, black-and-white movie featuring French actors into an Oscar winner, then who's to say he can't turn the trick again? With the feeling of nostalgia still in the air thanks to "The Artist," "Hugo" and "Midnight In Paris," The...

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    Eddie Murphy's "A Thousand Words" UK Theatrical Release Canceled

    I was surprised it was ever even released in the USA in the first place, after being in limbo for so long, and being pushed back repeatedly.

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    Scores For Lucio Fulci's 'The Beyond,' Vittorio De Sica's 'Terminal Station' & 'The Black Orchid' Getting Reissued

    So, kinda bummed out by the depressing soundtrack for "The Avengers" that was unveiled yesterday? Well, these upcoming releases should make that alt-rock mess a distant memory as the scores for Lucio Fulci's "The Beyond," Vittorio De Sica's "Terminal Station" an...

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    Anvil Planning 'Story Of Anvil!' Sequel That Will Follow Their Attempts To Organize A Peace Concert In Israel

    So are we all sure that "Anvil! The Story of Anvil" wasn't a spoof by now? Back when Sacha Gervasi's documentary about the Canadian heavy metal band hit in 2008 it was kind of hard to believe that this wasn't some kind of weird "This is Spinal Tap" sequel. Their drumm...

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