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    Trailer Watch: Miranda July's The Future, In Theaters July 29

    Check out the trailer for writer-director Miranda July's The Future, in which she also stars along with Hamish Linklater. Here's our Sundance interview. Roadside will release the film July 29.

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    Cannes 2011: The Latest Trailers & Pictures: Drive, Skin I Live In, L'Apollonide, Hara-Kiri & More

    Here is the complete Cannes Film Festival lineup, and the trailers available so far:

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    Cannes Teaser: Almodovar's The Skin I Live In, Starring Banderas

    Check out the teaser trailer for Cannes-debuting Pedro Almodovar pic The Skin I Live In, which at long last reunites the director with Spanish star Antonio Banderas.

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    Woody Allen Acts Again in Rome Movie

    As Woody Allen does the advance press rounds for his new movie Midnight in Paris, a valentine to the City of Lights which will play like gangbusters when it opens the Cannes Film Festival May 11, he is also revealing some tantalizing tidbits about his new movie, which he will shoot in Rome this summ...

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    Weekly Wrap: Festivals, Box Office, Cannes, Pixar, Jolie, Tarantino, Oprah, Thor, Bin Laden

    - Will Thor Be Latest Jewel in Marvel Crown? Marvel Talks Recipe for Success.

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    Thor Will Molest Your Eye Sockets, Plus: Something Borrowed, The Beaver, Last Night, Passion Play

    Finally, as summer is nigh, moviegoers are faced with a wide range of prospects this weekend. Jodie Foster's The Beaver delivers a solid family drama with a standout performance from Mel Gibson--even if it's duller than his tabloid life. Something Borrowed tries to be more than your average rom-com-...

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    Trailer Watch: Sundance Hit Martha Marcy May Marlene

    Check out the trailer below for Sundance hit thriller Martha Marcy May Marlene, from writer-director Sean Durkin and starring Elizabeth Olsen, John Hawkes, Sarah Paulson and Hugh Dancy. Fox Searchlight is releasing the film July 10.

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    Emmy Watch: Episodes Creators Talk No-Holds Barred Skewering of Network TV Biz

    Reviewers love the TV network satire Episodes, which Showtime has renewed for 2012. Amy Dawes interviews the Episodes creative team, writers David Crane (Friends) and Jeffrey Klarik (Mad About You), about their no-holds-barred skewering of TV (trailer is below). Given its scathing (and very funny) critique of the television business, it will be interesting to see if the critically hailed Showtime comedy Episodes is embraced by Television Academy members when it’s time to vote for Emmys. One hurdle will be how well they remember it -- the series debuted in January and ended in March, having been launched with an order of just seven episodes....

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    Something Borrowed Reviews: "Lame, Misjudged, Plastic, Obnoxious"

    Even the combined adorability and charm of Kate Hudson, Ginnifer Goodwin, John Krasinski and Colin Egglesfield can't seem to pull any love from reviews of this relationship comedy about a young woman who falls in love with her best friend's fiance, which will only suffer by comparison to the recent ...

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    The Tree of Life: Glorious New Clip, Salt in the Wound for Those Not Going to Cannes Premiere

    For those of you not seeing Terrence Malick's The Tree of Life premiere May 16 at the Cannes Film Festival, here is more salt to rub in the wound. EW has an exclusive clip. They say the footage "has a dreamy, remembered quality to it thanks to fluid camera movements, soft light, and jump cuts. It’s ...

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