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BOSTON: Dreamworks Studios Buys Rights To Catholic Sexual Abuse Scandal Story

Dreamworks Studios has contracted with the Boston Globe for the movie rights to the Catholic sexual abuse scandal story that the paper broke ten years ago. DreamWorks Studios and Participant Media announced their acquisition Tuesday, expressing the intention to create a drama with Tom McCarthy tapped to direct and co-write with Josh Singer. Holly Bario, DreamWorks President of Production, said …

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Ellen Announces Finding Nemo Sequel

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TRAILER: Behind The Candelabra

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Special Swag Friday

Courtesy of the film’s producers, we have a special week’s end giveaway of the Les Misérables Blu-ray™ Combo Pack, which is on sale beginning today online and at retailers nationwide. Academy Award® nominee Hugh Jackman and Academy Award® winners Russell Crowe and Anne Hathaway star in Les Misérables, the critically acclaimed adaptation of the epic musical phenomenon. Set against the …

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Mariah Carey – Almost Home

From Oz, The Great And Powerful, which opens today.

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TRAILER: Naked War

From a coming documentary about France’s topless FEMEN.

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We Saw Your Junk

A response to Seth McFarlane’s Oscar number. (Tipped by JMG reader Fritz)

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Nigel Barker To Make David Mixner Biopic

Photographer, author, and former model Nigel Barker, who is best known from his 17 seasons as a judge on America’s Next Top Model, has announced that he is working on a film about legendary gay activist David Mixner. Paper Magazine asked Barker about his relationship with Mixner and the upcoming film:  “First of all I always loved a great, true …

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FLOTUS At The Oscars

The First Lady was the surprise final presenter at the Oscars, announcing the Best Picture winner via live video from the White House.  In her presentation, Obama gave a nod to the gay community. “These nine movies took us back in time and all around the world they made us laugh, they made us weep and they made us grip …

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Open Thread: 2013 Oscars

Tell us your predictions, reactions, and reviews.

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Tired Old Queen At The Movies #112

Clip description: Marlon Brando gives an iconic performance while Vivien Leigh, Kim Hunter and Karl Malden walk off with the Oscars in Elia Kazan’s version of Tennessee Williams’ volcanic “A Streetcar Named Desire” (1951). Shot in beautiful black and white with a haunting jazz score by Alex North, this is the ultimate version of a Williams’ play, directed by the …

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Oscar Buzz

Got any predictions?

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Swag Tuesday

Courtesy of the film’s producers, this week’s Swag Tuesday prize is the DVD of the Oscar-nominated AIDS documentary, How To Survive A Plague, which goes on sale nationwide on February 26th. HOW TO SURVIVE A PLAGUE is the story of the brave young men and women who successfully reversed the tide of an epidemic, demanded the attention of a fearful …

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Djesus Uncrossed

Ooh, the One Million Moms aren’t gonna like this.

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Ellen Signs On For Finding Nemo 2

Just keep swimming, just keep swimming. Ellen DeGeneres has agreed to reprise her popular role in a sequel to the 2003 smash, Finding Nemo. According to the LA Times, DeGeneres has agreed play everyone’s favorite blue tang fish with short-term memory loss again. Rumors regarding the sequel to the Pixar/Disney film have been swimming around for years but were finally …

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South Korean Military Spoofs Les Miz

The New York Times reports on this week’s hottest viral video, a spoof of Les Miz (or tribute to, depending on your view) created by the South Korean air force. In the 13-minute South Korean version, the nemesis is a taskmaster officer who keeps his exhausted conscripts clearing snow — a chore that many young South Korean men face while …

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Photo Of The Day

Embiggen this 2013 Oscar nominees photo and play “Where’s Waldo” to pick out the stars amongst all the producers and other behind-the-scenes folks. I see Bradley Cooper, Anne Hathaway, Robert DeNiro, Steven Spielberg, Sally Field, and….that’s about it. A bigger version is at the link. (Via Peter Staley)

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Anne Hathaway, For Your Consideration

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Cabaret Cast Reunites For Today Show

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Swag Tuesday

Courtesy of the Karpel Group, today’s Swag Tuesday prize is the 40th anniversary deluxe Blu-ray reissue of Cabaret, which goes on sale nationwide on February 5th. Bob Fosse’s ground-breaking Oscar®-winning musical drama starring Liza Minnelli (Arthur, The Sterile Cuckoo), Michael York (the Austin Powers films), Joel Grey (TV’s “Oz”), Helmut Griem, and Marisa Berenson (I am Love). Flamboyant and eccentric …

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