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    The Illusionist: Trailer and Early Reviews

    2-D lives! The Illusionist, the latest animated feature from the French animator behind The Triplets of Belleville, Sylvain Chomet, didn't make it to Cannes after it scored big in Berlin in February. Sony Pictures Classics scooped up the film, which is based on an unproduced screenplay by the late g...

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    Robert Duvall, Due for Another Oscar, Talks Get Low

    Get Low opens Friday, almost a year after its debut at the Toronto International Film Festival, where it was one of the few movies to pop out as a winner. Sure enough, Sony Pictures Classics scooped up the unpretentious rural drama, which showcases veteran actor's actor Robert Duvall in a finely-tun...

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    Get Low Scores High Reviews

    Psst! Don't tell any contrarian film critics. But Get Low so far is scoring 100% on Rotten Tomatoes. (UPDATE: IndieWIRE's CriticWIRE is tougher: B-.)

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    Writers Guild Awards in LA and NY Set for February 5

    The Writers Guild of America has set two simultaneous 2011 awards shows on the same night, February 5, to be held in L.A. and N.Y., per usual. The Guild will honor writing in film, television, news, radio, promotional, and graphic animation awards categories. The timeline is on the jump. The 2011 Ac...

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    Oscar Talk: Inception, Comic-Con, Summer Contenders

    In another summer Oscar Talk, Kris Tapley and I discuss lingering questions on Inception and first-wave internet criticism. Spoilers beware!

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    Emmy Noms Winners: The Pacific, Glee, Mad Men; Snubs for Treme and Leno

    The highlights of Thursday morning's nominations for the 62nd annual primetime Emmy Awards are:

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    Bigelow, Moore Join Academy Board of Governors

    Let's face it. Most of the Hollywood veterans who serve on the Motion Picture Academy board of governors, while august and admirable, are older males. While documentarian/provocateur Michael Moore (Bowling for Columbine) is no spring chicken, in the world of the Academy, being in your 50s counts as ...

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    SPC Nabs Cannes Pic Life, Above All

    Sony Pictures Classics has picked up Oliver Schmitz's Life, Above All, winner of the Cannes Fest Francois Chalais Prize. The South African director is known for Mapantsula and his recent contribution to Paris, je t'aime. Life, Above All is based on Allon Stratton's young adult novel, Chanda's Secret...

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    James Franco Shows Three Shorts in Palm Springs, Explains Career Plan

    James Franco (Milk, Pineapple Express) is a tad mysterious, mainly because we all want to know why he's doing so many things on top of his acting.

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