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    Debbie Reynolds Auction Breaks Up Historic Hollywood Collection

    Wasn't the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences thinking about creating a Hollywood museum? The Academy sent no bidder to Debbie Reynolds' historic costume and prop collection assembled over 50 years, which crowds checked out over the past few weeks at the Paley Media Center until its auction...

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    David O. Russell Loves Jolie, Eyes her for Silver Lining, in the Running to Direct Maleficent

    Angelina Jolie, who remains attached to star in Maleficent, still lacks a director. Tim Burton bowed out in May, making room for David O. Russell and others to be considered by Disney. Russell was available for consideration after parting ways with Columbia Pictures over creative differences on the ...

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    Dueling Snow Whites: Relativity Shoots First with No Title, Universal's Huntsman Gets Rewrite

    Relativity may be first out of the gate in the dueling Snow White competition, but they could also be the first to crash and burn.

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    Criterion Releases Nic Roeg's Significant Insignificance

    The new Criterion DVD of Insignificance prompts Simon Abrams to ruminate on director Nic Roeg:Essayist and film critic Chuck Stephens aptly calls British director Nicolas Roeg a “Cine-Cubist” in his new essay on Insignificance for the Criterion Collection, which just released Roeg’s hard-to-find 198...

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    Scorsese Does George Harrison, Citizen Kane Goes Blu-Ray, Chastain's Tree of Life Secrets

    Martin Scorsese will premiere his long-in-the-works George Harrison documentary later this year, says Harrison’s widow, Olivia: “I assume we’re going to announce it sometime soon… but it will be this year.” The documentary about the late Beatle, George Harrison: Living in the Material World was fir...

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    News Wrap: Hamm Talks Mad Men, Hanks Releases New Larry Crowne Trailer, In Talks with Zemeckis

    “I think it should end. Everything should end.” So states Mad Men star Jon Hamm in this interview with the BBC, during which he also criticized AMC studio bosses for the hold up of Mad Men’s fifth season: “When billionaires fight it tends to take a lot longer than when normal people do."

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    Judy Garland Plays Lincoln Center: 31 Musicals In All, Complete with Wizard of Oz Sing-along

    When it comes to celebrating Judy Garland’s birthday, the requisite song and blow-out-your-candles-now dance just doesn’t quite cut it.

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    Debbie Reynolds' Costume Collection: A Glimpse Before It Goes on Auction June 18

    On Tuesday night, the Paley Center in Beverly Hills hosted a cocktail party for Debbie Reynolds and the incredible costume, props and photos she has collected over the past forty years that will be auctioned off beginning on June 18. Cari Beauchamp reports:

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    Anna Karenina Update: Joe Wright Casts Knightley, Law, MacFadyen, Macdonald, Ronan, Johnson

    The impressive cast of Joe Wright's upcoming adaptation of Tolstoy's Anna Karenina (adapted by Tom Stoppard) is as follows: Keira Knightley (Anna), Jude Law (her husband, Karenin), Matthew MacFadyen (Oblonsky), Kelly Macdonald (his wife, Dolly), Olivia Williams (Countess Vronskaya, Vronsky's mother)...

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    Auction: Golden Age of Cinema Costumes Worn by Monroe, Hepburn, Grant, Sinatra, Brando and More

    The Debbie Reynolds Collection of Golden Age of Cinema memorabilia, props and costumes (worn by the likes of Marilyn Monroe, Audrey Hepburn, Frank Sinatra, Cary Grant, Marlon Brando and Clark Gable) goes up for auction at the Paley Center for Media on June 18. Joe Maddalena's Profiles in History is ...

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