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Archive | January 24, 2012

SUNDANCE FUTURES: ‘Bachelorette’ Writer-Director Leslye Headland Talks About Loving “Unlikeable” Women

Why She’s On Our Radar: Leslye Headland, 30, came to Sundance with some serious buzz about her debut feature "Bachelorette," based on her hit Off-Broadway play. It's a raucous, fast-paced and hilariously foul-mouthed dramedy about a gang of old girlfriends who come together and screw everything up at their friend Becky's wedding. The cast is led  Full Article…

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SLAMDANCE 2012: CRITIC’S NOTEBOOK #1

Every year The Slamdance Film Festival is responsible for premiering at least a half dozen films that go on to lengthy fest circuit runs (The Guatamalan Handshake, Without, The New Years Parade, Stranger Things), cult viability (Murder Party, Snow on tha Bluff) and in the case of the 2008 selection Paranormal Activity, a massive box office success, hastily  Full Article…

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Ratings: Alcatraz Has a Solid Showing in Week 2

Alcatraz — which last week made Fox’s strongest dramatic series debut in three years — didn’t have too many escapees, losing just about 10 percent of its audience in its second week, according to Nielsen overnights. It also fell just to 3.0 from 3.3 among 18-to-49-year-olds from the two-hour debut — making it the season’s  Full Article…

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The Amazing Spider-Man New Plot Synopsis Revealed

More pieces of this puzzle are slowly falling into place. Major Spoilers lie ahead, so proceed with caution. But know, most of this information has been revealed already in the plot synopsis released on The Amazing Spider-Man Official site. Earlier today, we reported on a character cameo rumor that puts Peter Parker as The Amazing  Full Article…

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The Boss Is Heading To The Big Easy

NEW ORLEANS — The last time Bruce Springsteen performed in New Orleans it was less than a year after Hurricane Katrina hit, and “The Boss” moved thousands to tears at Jazz Fest by belting out such lyrics as “How can a poor man stand such times as these?” Springsteen is returning to the New Orleans  Full Article…

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