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    Cameron Talks to Hardball About the Oil Spill

    James Cameron talked to Hardball about the oil spill--and cleared up the "morons" out-of-context issue. He started out thinking that BP didn't know what it was doing, and came to the conclusion that what they were dealing with was "an amazingly complex problem" down in the formation inside the well,...

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    First Universal Tour of Rebuilt New York Street; Spielberg Talks

    On the morning of June 1, 2008, Steven Spielberg was sound asleep when the phone rang with horrible news: "The lot is burning down again." Spielberg jumped out of bed and drove 28 minutes to Universal City, waving his ID at roadblocks until he got to scene of the fire. "It was a wall of flame," he r...

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    Must-See Winter's Bone: Granik Digs Deep with Breakout Lawrence

    Indie filmmaker Debra Granik did it once with the 2004 low-budget drama Down to the Bone, which showed what Vera Farmiga could do (she won best actress from the LA Film Critics). This January at Sundance, the director did it again, showcasing Jennifer Lawrence in a star-making role as a smart young ...

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    Cruise Reprises Tropic Thunder Grossman Role

    Tom Cruise dons producer Les Grossman's hirsute fat suit once again for the MTV Movie Awards, which air on June 6. One video shows a hairy post-Scientology Cruise assaulting an older Cruise reenacting the young Risky Business Cruise. An unintentional meta-enactment of his entire career? He also da...

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    HBO's The Neistat Brothers Debuts June 4th

    Fair to say, HBO's latest series The Neistat Brothers, which debuts on June 4th, is not like anything you have ever seen before.

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    Trailer Watch: Scott Pilgrim vs. the World vs. Jonah Hex

    The studios are so in love with comic-book movies that they're digging into material most of us have never read.

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    Dennis Hopper Dies of Prostate Cancer at 74; Obits and Clips

    Dennis Hopper died on Saturday morning May 29 of complications from advanced prostate cancer; he was 74. When the young Kansan came to Hollywood in the 50s, he was mentored by James Dean, who brought him in to star in Rebel Without a Cause and Giant. Hopper chafed under the constraints of the old st...

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    Latest Inception Trailer

    For your delectation, the most recent Inception trailer. I cannot wait to see this mind-bending Chris Nolan movie starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Ellen Page (now added to the cast of HBO's upcoming Hollywood blogger series Tilda) which opens July 16. UPDATE: Check out these char...

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    Answering Questions about Lost, Assuming You Are Caught Up

    From the very beginning with Lost, you hang onto the characters and Oscar-winner Michael Giacchino's score for dear life and suspend disbelief. It never did make any sense! (The NYorker profiles Oscar-winner Giacchino; see clip below.)

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    Prince of Persia Clips Show Glossy Action and Non-Stars Gyllenhaal and Arterton

    Mega-producer Jerry Bruckheimer's M.O. is to throw gazillions of dollars at multiple high-price screenwriters, superb production values, and eye-popping visual effects. That's how an unprepossessing videogame that means nothing outside the male gamer demo winds up as a politically incorrect $200-million summer movie like Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time. This movie may not deliver the summer tentpole goods (despite Disney's saturation marketing blitz) when it opens this Friday--judging from its mild $18-million opening last weekend in 19 countries overseas. Anthony D'Alessandro will file his hard look at Memorial Weekend expectations Wedne...

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