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    'Once' Director John Carney Returning to Ireland for Musical Film With Songs by U2

    The Weinstein Company will release "Once" filmmaker John Carney's next film, "Sing Street," the company announced today. The film, like "Once" and his latest film "Begin Again" (which Weinstein is also releasing), is a musical drama. U2's Bono and the Edge have been enlisted to write songs for the f...

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    The Problem With Horror Musicals is Everything is Louder Than Everything Else

    The first rousing musical number in the new musical-horror mess "Stage Fright" is clever and catchy, and it promises better things than the film ever delivers; wasting no time in unsheathing a razor-sharp sense of humor, writer-director Jerome Stable and musical director Eli Batalion give us a coter...

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    Happy Birthday, Ann-Margret! (VIDEO)

    A belated happy 73rd birthday to Ann-Margret, whose best movie--in my humble opinion--is the 1963 George Sidney musical "Bye Bye Birdie."

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    Watch: First Trailer for Clint Eastwood's Oscar-Hopeful 'Jersey Boys' Asks 'Who Loves You'

    When given great material Eastwood can really make it shine, and there's some potential in his adaptation of the hit musical "Jersey Boys," which just released its first trailer.

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    Indiewire Picks Free Movies: Looking for a Musical Comedy and Don’t Care For Muppets? Try ‘The American Astronaut’ Instead

    Every week, Indiewire chief film critic Eric Kohn singles out a movie available for free streaming from our parent company SnagFilms' library and tells you why you should watch it now.

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    WATCH: Deleted Musical Number from Steve Coogan's 'The Trip' (NSFW)

    Not to put too fine a point on it, in Monty Python style, the refrain of this profane Steve Coogan musical number cut from "The Trip" is "everyone is a bit of a c..t sometimes." It's funny.

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    Sundance Review: Attention Belle & Sebastian Fans, 'God Help the Girl' Offers an Inside Look Inside the Mind of a Music Legend

    Glasgow-based indie pop band Belle & Sebastian may very well enjoy one of the most devoted followings on the indie pop scene, with a new album that emerges about every two years hardly satiating the constant anticipation from the Pitchfork set. Well, there’s a lot of Belle & Sebastian in frontman St...

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    Why 'Dhoom 3' Is Making Box Office History In India

    The minute it was announced, "Dhoom 3" had all the elements of a blockbuster. But does it live up the hype?

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    Robert Altman's 'Nashville': The First Modern TV Musical (VIDEO)

    "Treme" embarked on its final season Sunday. "Smash" is gone. "Glee" and "Nashville" soldier on, but the bloom of pop-cultural significance is off their respective roses. With this age of the hour-long musical television series fast coming to a close, I set out searching for its origins, and I found...

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    Why 'Inside Llewyn Davis' Is A Major Coen Brothers Movie

    The folk music drama is a delicate, restrained portrait that results in a different kind of movie than anything else the sibling directors have made before.

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