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    Lost & Abandoned: 10 Movies That Were Shot, But Eventually Scrapped

    Undoubtedly the biggest news story of 2014 so far (unless Apichatpong Weerasethakul replaced J.J. Abrams as director of "Star Wars: Episode VII" in between us writing this and it going live) revolves around Quentin Tarantino's "The Hateful Eight." It was announced as being the director's next movie,...

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    Watch: 13 Minutes Of Behind-The-Scenes Footage From Jerry Lewis' Unreleased 'The Day The Clown Cried'

    "It’s either better than 'Citizen Kane' or the worst piece of shit that anyone ever loaded on the projector…," Jerry Lewis joked last year about his now legendary, unreleased film, "The Day the Clown Cried." And while the movie remains locked up in a vault somewhere, likely never to be seen, more mo...

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    Jerry Lewis Says He's Proud Of 'The Day The Clown Cried' & Explains Why He's Not Releasing It

    It's one of the cinema's holy grail movies, but unlike the excised ending of "The Magnificent Ambersons," everyone knows where Jerry Lewis' "The Day The Clown Cried" is located. He's got the only copy of it, sitting in a vault somewhere and he's determined to ensure that no one ever gets a chance to...

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    Watch: Rare Footage From Jerry Lewis' Unreleased Holocaust Movie 'The Day The Clown Cried'

    You haven't seen it -- almost no one has -- but there's a good chance that you've heard of "The Day The Clown Cried," because it's one of the most famous unreleased movies in history. Directed by and starring Jerry Lewis, the film involved a German circus clown arrested by the Gestapo after mocking ...

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    Tribeca: Robert De Niro, Martin Scorsese & Jerry Lewis Reflect On 'The King Of Comedy,' Improv, Deleted Scenes & More

    The Tribeca Film Festival closed last night with a digitally-restored screening of “The King Of Comedy.” Thirty years later, the film still reverberates as an acidic take on celebrity worship that has, oddly enough, become timeless, and the re-master is gorgeous. The film was greeted with rapturous ...

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    10 Essential Cinematic Antiheroes

    30 years since its release, the undersung "The King of Comedy" seems finally to be edging into the sun, to take its deserved place as not just one of the finest, smartest and most daring Martin Scorsese movies, but one of the greatest American movie satires, period. It's an excoriating, often excruc...

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    The Surprises & Notable Absences Of The 2013 Cannes Line-Up

    So the 2013 Cannes lineup has finally been unveiled and as usual, there were a fair few surprise inclusions, a fair few snubby exclusions/category decisions, and some mildly oh!-inducing title changes. The majority of our firm predictions made it in (the Coens, Soderbergh, Farhadi, Sorrentino, Gray,...

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    Watch: Behind The Scenes Footage From 'The Day The Clown Cried,' Jerry Lewis Admits He's Embarrassed By The Film

    As Jack Black in Richard Linklater’s “Bernie” showed most recently this past year, the right dramatic role and assured tone can create a new context for a slew of comedic actors, and rejuvenate a career that is slowly being backed into a corner. However, none of those efforts featured a Holocaust se...

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    Jerry Lewis Starts Shooting First Film In 18 Years 'Max Rose' This Week

    Jerry Lewis made his first film appearance back in 1949, and 46 years later it seemed that he’d graced the big screen for the final time alongside Oliver Platt in “Funny Bones.” But after 18 years away, and around 30 years since his last leading role, it appears that Lewis is to re...

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    Jerry Lewis Heads Back To The Big Screen In 'Max Rose,' Shooting Starts In December

    Comedian Jerry Lewis is set to appear on the big screen for the first time in over 15 years, as he gets set to star in the upcoming dramedy "Max Rose."

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