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    Watch: Joseph Gordon-Levitt Wants Musicians, Audio Remixers and Curators For His New TV Show

    Joseph Gordon-Levitt is looking for musicians, audio remixers and curators for "The Regularity, his new variety show for Pivot, Participant Media's new cable network.

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    Darren Aronofsky To Direct Video For Metallica/Lou Reed Track "Iced Honey"

    Will Probably Look Great, Sound AwfulWith "Noah" not set to film until next year, and now probably looking for a new leading man since Christian Bale is gonna spend his 2012 tossing back brews with Terrence Malick as they embark on two films together, Darren Aronofsky is likely looking to keep his d...

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    The Black Keys In Discussions To Score 'Way Down South' Starring Jack Huston, Emmy Rossum & Nas

    EXCLUSIVE: There are few bands right now that deliver no frills, rootsy, blues influenced rock 'n roll, but the The Black Keys are easily the best of the bunch. The duo have been at it for well on a decade now, with six albums that have seen the band both expand and mature their sound into a fiercel...

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    RZA & Misty Upham Join Quentin Tarantino's 'Django Unchained'

    With pretty much all the major parts now cast, it's just bits and pieces left to get into place for Quentin Tarantino's "Django Unchained," and he's got two more folks coming on board.

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    Soundtrack Details For 'We Bought A Zoo' Revealed, Includes Collab Between Jónsi & Cameron Crowe

    Also Features 2 Brand New Songs From JónsiCameron Crowe has always been known for his keen ear for music, curating each of his films with a carefully selected soundtrack, but the forthcoming "We Bought A Zoo" marks the first time he's handed over the reins to a single artist. Over the summer it was ...

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    RZA Says Eddie Griffin The Favorite To Play Ol' Dirty Bastard In Upcoming Biopic

    Says Tracy Morgan Wants It TooWith the recent buzz about the gestating Tupac and N.W.A. biopics, we kind of forgot this was happening at all, but waaaaay back in 2009 Wu-Tang Clan member, actor, director, chess master and producer RZA first hinted that a biopic about the eccentric and amazing Ol' Di...

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    Watch: Shia LaBeouf's Violent 'Man Bites Dog' Aping Short Film 'Maniac' Starring Kid Cudi

    Shia LaBeouf: actor, street fighter and director, too. The temperamental star has been making headway into a directing career, and in the past year has delivered the Alejandro Jodorowsky-inspired "Born Villain" with collaborator Marilyn Manson, as well as the video "Marijuana" for Kid Cudi. Well, La...

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    Listen: David Lynch's “Pinky’s Dream” From 'Crazy Clown Time' Featuring Karen O

    Halloween is on Monday, and if you're looking for something to set the mood between the jack o' lanterns and ghouls, this just might do the trick.

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    'A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas' Soundtrack Features Big Boi, RZA, Bing Crosby & More

    The Grinch, Jesus, Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer, George Bailey, Charlie Brown, Scrooge and now Harold & Kumar. The foul mouthed duo are hoping to become a new part of your holiday tradition with "A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas" and they are bringing a mix of classic carols, party favorites and...

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    'Attack the Block' Director Joe Cornish Says Basement Jaxx "Nailed" The Mood He Was Going For

    And More From The Director On The Alien Invasion Film From the moment the lights dimmed in the Alamo Drafthouse where we first saw Joe Cornish's comedic sci-fi thriller "Attack the Block" at this year's SXSW film festival, we were hooked. Since then, we've watched as the film has gone through wild ups-and-downs: first the rapturous response in Austin (where it ended up taking home an Audience Award), to its acquisition by Sony's Screen Gems division, to the somewhat limited theatrical release it got this summer. It felt very much like those that saw "Attack the Block" absolutely adored it&hellip...

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