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Archive | March 7, 2014

‘Chef’ First Look Clip and Photos with Jon Favreau

Open Road’s upcoming dramatic comedy Chef was selected to open the 2014 SXSW film festival tonight! We have your first look with a clip and three new photos from this tale about a chef who starts up a new food truck venture. Featuring a stellar cast that includes Jon Favreau (who wrote, directed, and stars  Full Article…

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Katie Holmes’ New ABC Pilot Marks Her Return To TV

Joey Potter’s coming back to your small screen. Katie Holmes, who hasn’t starred in a TV series since her days on “Dawson’s Creek,” has been cast in an untitled ABC pilot about New York socialites. TV Guide reports that Holmes will play Ann, a smart and well-bred philanthropist, whose life turns to ruins when a  Full Article…

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Mr. Peabody and Sherman Review

2.5 stars out of 5: Obedience school.They didn’t ruin Mr. Peabody and Sherman. They could have. It’s not like anyone under, oh say, 50 remembers the original Jay Ward television cartoons that aired in the 1960s and lived again through 1970s reruns, or even would have cared if…Read More Dave White’s Reviews on Movies.com

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Review: Roccat Kave XTD review

Sound cards in gaming PCs, save for serious audiophiles, have largely been rendered irrelevant by motherboards with more than passable sound chips. Ailing bassheads could just try and cram a sound card into their gaming rigs, but German peripheral peddler Roccat has another idea. This is the Kave XTD gaming headset, with 5.1 digital surround  Full Article…

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Watch the new trailer for The Boxtrolls

We’re rather big fans of Coraline and Paranorman here at Total Film. Which is why the new project from the brains behind those animations, The Boxtrolls, is one of our most anticipated movies of 2014. Set to the soulful voice of Cee Lo Green covering Elvis Presley’s “(You’re So Square) Baby, I Don’t Care”, the  Full Article…

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Flash Player 13.0.0.154 Beta (Non-IE)

Adobe Flash Player is the choice of both individuals and organizations when it comes to a highly powerful and extremely adaptable multiplatform client runtime. Flash has many new features and continues to be the ubiquitous Web standard; this software is included with all major Web browsers. FileHippo.com

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