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    Francis Coppola Wants Movies to Be More Theatrical--As In Live UPDATED Video

    Always the influential pioneer when it comes to moviemaking--Francis Ford Coppola came back from the ardors of filming Apocalypse Now and said, "there has to be a better way of doing this"--Coppola returned to Comic-Con for the first time since Dracula with another horror flick, Twixt. But this one ...

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    Comic-Con: Spielberg and Jackson Talk Tintin Collaboration, Jurassic Park 4, 3-D

    Comic-Con welcomed Steven Spielberg, making his first visit to promote The Adventures of Tintin (December 23), with a standing ovation and the convention's Inkpot Life Achievement Award. Making a surprise visit during his The Hobbit hiatus was the film's producer Peter Jackson and Spielberg's favori...

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    Comic-Con: Bill Condon Talks Twilight Breaking Dawn, Horror, Rating, Intensity

    Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn kicked off Comic-Con as the fans who had started lining up on Sunday finally got into the first Comic-Con panel in Hall H Thursday morning after an early breakfast and visit from the cast, including stars Kristen Stewart and Rob Pattinson, who signed autographs and took ...

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    Dominic Cooper Talks Devil's Double: "Fast Cars, Sex, & Excitement"

    There's plenty wrong with Lee Tamahori's The Devil's Double, but what's right with it is Dominic Cooper. The British actor (The History Boys, The Dutchess, Mamma Mia!, An Education, Tamara Drewe) plays both Saddam Hussein's son Uday Hussein and Latif Lahia, the man forced to be his double. Based on ...

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    Errol Morris Talks Mysteries of Tabloid's Joyce McKinney: Victim or Dominatrix, Virgin or Whore?

    Errol Morris knows that the luck of the Gods is with him. Suddenly, Brit tabloids are all over the media, and his new doc Tabloid is far more au courant than it might otherwise have been. Tabloid is a rare delight that does not have all the answers. Morris keeps us guessing.

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    Ten Things You Should Know About Miranda July: She's Totally Not Kidding

    Ten Things You Should Know About Miranda July, courtesy of The NYT Mag's Katrina Onstad. (If you missed it, here's our Sundance interview with the writer/director/star of The Future.) The film opens in limited release July 29 through Roadside Attractions.

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    Winnie the Pooh vs. Harry Potter

    It's curiouser and curiouser. Why would Disney put poor old Winnie the Pooh up against the mightiest franchise finale ever? New TOH columnist Bill Desowitz, who covers the inside workings of animation, visual effects and below-the-line filmmaking in Hollywood at his new blog Immersed in Movies, talk...

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    Attack the Block's Cornish Keeps VFX Practical for His Super 8 Mile

    I like interviewing up-and-coming talent because there's a curiosity factor. Like, who's this rookie writer-director out of Britain everybody's talking about, whose movie won audience awards at both SXSW and the Los Angeles Film Festival?

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    Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Finale: Media Round-Up

    It all ends with Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2--or maybe not. J.K. Rowling has hinted that she could bring it back; in the meantime she's releasing ebooks of the series at Pottermore. And fan fiction writers will continue to create their own alternative Potter universe, as detailed in ...

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    The Hobbit Production Video 2 Hits Facebook: Jackson Scouts New Zealand Locations

    Having completed their second block of shooting, the cast and crew of The Hobbit are on a break until September 5. In their latest production video blog, filmmaker Peter Jackson and Co. share their vacation plans until they have to be back on set in New Zealand. Activities include getting drunk, vis...

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