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New Images Of Javier Bardem In 'Skyfall' & Milla Jovovich In 'Resident Evil: Retribution'

  • By Kevin Jagernauth
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  • August 2, 2012 12:40 PM
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Yeah, we know, these two movies go together like oil and water. One is an auteur-driven entry in a beloved franchise that has spanned generations, while the other is another indistinguishable addition to a series of films that has managed to beat out most people's expectations for its longevity. But they are both being released by Sony, so there's that.

Analeigh Tipton & Miles Teller Will Have A 'Two Night Stand'

  • By Joe Cunningham
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  • August 2, 2012 12:24 PM
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Ruben Fleischer’s probably happy just to be able to have some degree of control over a film he’s working on at the moment after the farce that has developed around the much-discussed “Gangster Squad.” But some positive development on one of his producing projects is something for the “Zombieland” director to cling on to, with “Two Night Stand” lining up a pair of exciting young leads. Mark Hammer’s Black List script has Max Nichols attached to direct what will be his debut feature, and now the casting is in full swing with Miles Teller and Analeigh Tipton joining the project.

Contest: Win 'Marley' Prize Pack Including Blu-ray, Headphones, “One Love” Poster & More

  • By Kevin Jagernauth
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  • August 2, 2012 11:57 AM
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While everyone has their own favorite summer jams, there are few artists that universally capture the season quite like Bob Marley. The music of the reggae legend is perfectly made for long hot days, while his message of peace, love and unity carry through any time of year. And we've got a pretty great prize pack that will make one Bob Marley fan particularly happy.
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Cocaine & Blowjobs: Red Band Trailer For 'Bachelorette' Starring Kirsten Dunst, Lizzy Caplan, Isla Fisher & Rebel Wilson

  • By Kevin Jagernauth
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  • August 2, 2012 11:53 AM
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While the first trailer for "Bachelorette" was amusing, it didn't seem to quite capture the spirit that has earned the girls-gone-bad comedy an R rating. But in case you wanted to know how foul things get, a new red band spot has dropped, and among the first things mentioned in the spot are blowjobs and cocaine. Getting our attention? Mission accomplished.

Drew Barrymore Will Face 'The End' In New Directorial Effort

  • By Joe Cunningham
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  • August 2, 2012 11:45 AM
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Drew Barrymore made her directorial debut back in 2009 with the quirky but enjoyable little indie comedy “Whip It.” Full to the brim with kick-ass females and high-octane roller derby action, it was an oddly enjoyable effort that felt fresh and original. Since then, Barrymore hasn’t seemed in a rush to line up her sophomore effort, instead making the short film “Our Deal” and popping up in front of the camera in “Going the Distance” and “Big Miracle.” Well it seems like she’s decided that now is the time to return to directing, and, erm, this one seems a little bit less fresh and original.

'To The Wonder' Will Be Terrence Malick's First Film Under 2 Hours Since 'Days Of Heaven'

  • By Kevin Jagernauth
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  • August 2, 2012 11:23 AM
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When Terrence Malick returned from a twenty-year break from making movies with "The Thin Red Line" in 1998, it seemed he had a lot more to say. While his first two films, "Badlands" and "Days Of Heaven," ran a sleek 90-odd minutes each, his three films afterward required a bit more time to take in. "The Thin Red Line" came in at 170 minutes, with "The New World" landing in theaters at 135 minutes and later on Blu-ray in an extended cut running 172 minutes. Finally, last year's "The Tree Of Life" ran 139 minutes (though Malick is apparently working on a 6 hour version). So, we figured his next effort would be an equally butt-numbing affair...but it seems that won't be the case.

Watch: Teaser Trailer For Marco Bellocchio's 'Dormant Beauty' With Isabelle Huppert

  • By Simon Dang
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  • August 2, 2012 10:42 AM
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Always a favorite of ours, French actress Isabelle Huppert has taken things to the next level this year, juggling a handful of arthouse/festival flicks from filmmakers such as Hong Sang-Soo, Brilliante Mendoza and Michael Haneke, with upcoming roles in more mainstream efforts such as that in "Dead Man Down" opposite Colin Farrell and Noomi Rapace, David Gordon Green's upcoming "Suspiria" remake, and two-parter "The Disappearnce Of Eleanor Rigby" with Jessica Chastain.

New Images Of Ralph Fiennes & Helena Bonham Carter In 'Great Expectations'

  • By Kevin Jagernauth
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  • August 2, 2012 10:25 AM
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It's the centenary year of famed author Charles Dickens and he's having a bit of a moment. The writer was dipped into the world of fanboys when Christopher Nolan revealed during press rounds for "The Dark Knight Rises" that "A Tale Of Two Cities" was an influence on the Batman film, while it seems filmmakers are falling over themselves to bring "Great Expectations" to the big screen. Again. Last year, Brit viewers got a miniseries starring Ray Winstone and Gillian Anderson, and now, less than twelve months later, another take on the story is on the way.

Exclusive: Poster For 'Nobody Walks' Starring Olivia Thirlby & John Krasinski

  • By Kevin Jagernauth
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  • August 2, 2012 10:05 AM
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With a script co-written by the quickly rising Lena Dunham, directed by Ry Russo-Young ("You Won’t Miss Me") and featuring a pretty great cast including Olivia Thirlby, John Krasinski, Rosemarie DeWitt and Justin Kirk, there are a lot of reasons for the low key indie "Nobody Walks" to land on your radar.

First Look At Olivier Assayas' Coming-Of-Age Drama 'Something In The Air'

  • By Simon Dang
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  • August 2, 2012 9:41 AM
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Following two highly acclaimed films, "Carlos" and "Summer Hours," excitement is high for French auteur Olivier Assayas' next directorial effort, "Something In The Air," a politically-charged, loosely autobiographical coming-of-age drama that follows an 18-year-old man reacting to the social change of the late '60s in Europe.

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