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    Kevin Feige Says Marvel Movie Map Plotted To 2028, 'Guardians Of The Galaxy' Spinoffs Considered

    There are no sure things in the movie business, and audience tastes can change at any time, but right now, Marvel is as close to a solid bet as it gets. The comic studio is simply dominating the genre by not only delivering what fans want, but staying (mostly) true to the characters, and creating a ...

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    NYU Think-Tank Awards Artel Great Fellowship To Aid Underserved Film Communities

    Artel Great's innovative venture dubbed Project Catalyst will combine creative community building with cinema, art, music, and technology to initiate new film distribution strategies that reach artistically underserved populations across multiple media platforms.

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    Tom Hardy and Lake Bell Are Topless on the Cover of Esquire

    Check out Brit babe Tom Hardy and indie dream queen Lake Bell topless on the dual cover of Esquire's May issue, which hits newsstands April 22.

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    ArtMattan Pick-Up Amir Ramses' Award-Winning Controversial Doc 'Jews Of Egypt' Now Available On VOD. See It!

    ArtMattan Pick-Up Amir Ramses' Award-Winning Controversial Doc 'Jews Of Egypt' Now Available On VOD!

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    Review: Existential Thriller 'Locke,' Starring Tom Hardy and His Fabulous Voice

    If you’re going to make a film about a guy taking calls from his car -- and if half of those calls are about concrete -- then you sure as hell better cast a lead actor with command of the screen. This apparently wasn’t lost on writer-director Steven Knight, who wisely got Tom Hardy to take the wheel...

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    Ranking the House Down: Our Squirrel Friends of Rupaul’s Drag Race, Season Six (Recap #6)

    Logo TV are fitting Rupaul’s Drag Race into a new timeslot next week, so for the sake of easing audiences into the new program schedule the network ran two back-to-back episodes last night. Two episodes of Drag Race and two episodes of Untucked in one week feels like an extreme fast forward, especia...

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    12 Independent Films to Make Their Digital Debut via Sundance Institute

    Sundance Institute's Artist Services program, which provides resident artists with exclusive creative opportunities, will digitally debut 12 independent films this Spring. Titles began premiering today, and will roll out through June 3.

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    Watch The First Four Episodes of 'Be Here Nowish,' a New Webseries That Takes On Sexuality and Spirituality

    The Tribeca Film Festival kicks off tomorrow, and with it comes the launch of Tribeca N.O.W., a new online work showcase. Within that programming is Alexandra Roxo and Natalia Leite's "Be Here Nowish," a webseries about two friends -- one queer, one straight(ish) -- would flee New York for Los Angel...

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    James Gray's 'The Immigrant' Starring Marion Cotillard & Joaquin Phoenix Will Land In Limited Release On May 16

    “I thought there was something very beautiful about exploring a melodrama from a female protagonist's perspective because all of a sudden I would be free from the constraints of, what I would call, macho posturing, male behavior and get straight to the emotional heart of it,” director James Gray sai...

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    Review: 'Blood Ties' Starring Billy Crudup, Clive Owen, Marion Cotillard And James Caan

    There’s no questioning the aesthetics of Guillaume Canet’s handsome-looking “Blood Ties.” Set in 1970’s New York City, the film revels in low-key details: the immaculate wardrobe, the music, the feel.

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