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    Art Directors Go with Avatar, Hurt Locker, Sherlock Holmes, Beatty

    One thing I love about this year's Oscar race is the way lower-budget movies like The Hurt Locker hold their own against the big-budget behemoths. At the crystal-themed Art Director's Guild awards on Saturday night at the Beverly Hilton, The Hurt Locker director Kathryn Bigelow, taller than ever in ...

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    Photographer Brigitte Lacombe on Charlie Rose

    One of my favorite photographers is French-born Brigitte Lacombe, who talked to Charlie Rose on the publication of her photo book: Lacombe: Anima/ Persona. It all started with Dustin Hoffman at Cannes. Great interview, in case you missed it:

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    Twilight's Pattinson Tests Marquee Value with Remember Me

    A fellow-Hollywood scribe (who tends to like a lot) has seen Summit's Rob Pattinson romance Remember Me and says it's strong. (I'll see it soon but can't write about it yet). This "family" trailer (below) is much better than the last one.

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    Trailer Watch: Toy Story 3 Intros Barbie and Ken

    In the second trailer for Toy Story 3, when Andy takes off for college, his toys--even Woody and Buzz--wind up in the hands of the toddlers at Sunnyside Daycare. We also meet Barbie and Ken. The 3-D Pixar/Disney pic opens June 18.

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    Depp Talks Mad Hatter in Alice in Wonderland Featurette

    Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland is almost upon us. The 3-D Disney fantasy opens March 5. The LAT's Geoff Boucher asks screenwriter Linda Woolverton (The Lion King, Beauty and the Beast) about adapting Lewis Carroll. She based a lot of this "sequel" on The Jabberwocky, one of my favorite poems of al...

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    Rick Baker is Star of Disappointing The Wolfman

    You may think that Benicio del Toro, Anthony Hopkins, Hugo Weaving and Emily Blunt star in Universal's long-delayed reboot of the classic monster tale The Wolfman. While they all deliver enjoyable performances, del Toro is hopelessly miscast as Brit noble Hopkins' returned "prodigal son," who was se...

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    Google Buzz Video

    These days, keeping up with Twitter, email, Facebook, Linkedin (I abandoned myspace long ago) is almost more than a single person can sustain, much less reading something of any length or, God Forbid, thinking or doing any work.

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    Films of the 2000s

    What's lovely about this seven-minute montage of films of the 2000s is the way the editor uses music to link images by mood; it's astonishing how haunting a moment can be, from Jack Nicholson in About Schmidt to Haley Joel Osment in A.I. .

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    Super Bowl Movie Ads: Pick Movies You Want to See

    Which of the movies advertised on Super Bowl Sunday convinced you to see them? Vote in this poll. My guess before anyone starts voting? Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland wowed the most eyeballs. Am I right?

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