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    Sandra Bullock Needs to Move On

    My new Career Watch column at AOL Moviefone's Inside Movies looks at Oscar-winner Sandra Bullock. Here's a taste:

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    L.A. Goes Noir with Film Fest, Academy's Oscar Noir

    Los Angeles is celebrating Film Noir, and I am not complaining. The American Cinematheque launched its 12th annual Film Noir Festival at L.A.'s Egyptian on Friday, and the LAT Magazine's Noir issue ran Sunday. UPDATE: Eric Kohn reviews Nash Edgerton's neo-noir, The Square.

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    Hollywood is Running Out of Movie Stars Like Matt Damon

    One of the running gags at Saturday night's 24th annual American Cinematheque Ball was how strange it was to be honoring a movie star who hasn't yet cracked 40. "What can you say about Matt Damon that hasn't been said about Brendan Fraser?" roasted Jimmy Kimmel. "You're here tonight because were run...

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    Academy, Producers Pick Award Dates

    The 2011 awards season is coming into focus.

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    Academy Award Winning Movie Trailer

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    Weinsteins Acquire Company Men, Return to Indie Basics

    Signaling that they are still in the acquisition game, The Weinstein Co. closed its pick-up of U.S. rights to writer-director John Wells' directorial debut The Company Men, a timely film about corporate downsizing starring Ben Affleck, Chris Cooper, Kevin Costner and Tommy Lee Jones. The movie playe...

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    Affleck to Present to Damon at American Cinematheque Ball; Luddy also Honored

    Ben Affleck will present Matt Damon the 24th American Cinematheque Award at the Beverly Hilton on March 27. The two pals earned screenwriting Oscars for Good Will Hunting. Casey Affleck, Don Cheadle, President Bill Clinton, George Clooney, Clint Eastwood, Jimmy Kimmel, Greg Kinnear, Ben Stiller, Cha...

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    Oscar Winner Bigelow in L.A. Superior Court

    The week after winning two Oscars for directing and producing The Hurt Locker, Kathryn Bigelow was standing in line at L.A.'s Superior Court. Fulfilling her duty as a citizen, she turned up for jury duty and was placed in the jury pool for a drunk driving case.

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    SXSW: Texas Film Hall of Fame: Tarantino Acceptance Speech

    For ten years the Austin Film Society's Texas Film Hall of Fame has handed out awards to the state's own--and deserving outsiders like Quentin Tarantino, who after 17 years of premiering his films and doing his QT Fests in Austin, was inducted by best buds Richard Linklater and Robert Rodriguez, wh...

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    Oscar Night Red Carpet Montage: Clooney, Bullock, Mo'Nique

    Here's a montage of video that I shot on the red carpet on Oscar night.

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