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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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TRAILER: Kink

Also from James Franco and also debuting this weekend at Sundance. Via press release: Director Christina Voros and producer James Franco pull back the curtain on the fetish empire of Kink.com, the Internet’s largest producer of BDSM content. In a particularly obscure corner of an industry that operates largely out of public view, Kink.com’s directors and models strive for authenticity. …

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TRAILER: Interior. Leather Bar.

Clip description: The 1980 film Cruising, starring Al Pacino as an undercover cop investigating a murder in the New York City gay, leather, bar scene, was plagued with controversy, and its director was forced by the Motion Picture Association of America to cut 40 minutes of sexually explicit material. Those 40 minutes have never been screened publicly. Filmmakers James Franco …

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TRAILER: God Loves Uganda

Opening at Sundance this weekend. Clip description: God Loves Uganda, a documentary by Academy Award winning director and producer Roger Ross Williams, is a powerful exploration of the evangelical campaign to change African culture with values imported from America’s Christian Right. The film follows American and Ugandan religious leaders fighting “sexual immorality” and missionaries trying to convince Ugandans to follow …

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Golden Globes Awards

Best Motion Picture (Drama)   Argo Best Motion Picture (Musical or Comedy)   Les Miserables Best Director  Ben Affleck, Argo  Best Actor (Drama)  Daniel Day-Lewis, Lincoln  Best Actress  (Drama)  Jessica Chastain, Zero Dark Thirty Best Actor (Musical or Comedy)  Hugh Jackman, Les Miserables Best Actress (Musical or Comedy)  Jennifer Lawrence, Silver Linings Playbook Best Supporting Actor (Motion Picture)  Christoph Waltz, Django …

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Oscar Nomination For AIDS Documentary
How To Survive A Plague

The critically-raved AIDS documentary How To Survive A Plague was among the Oscar nominations today in the Best Documentary category. The film’s star, activist Peter Staley, issued a one-word response this morning on his Facebook page: “YAY!!”

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Oscar Nominations

BEST PICTURE Amour  Argo  Beasts of the Southern Wild  Django Unchained   Les Misérables   Life of Pi Lincoln  Silver Linings Playbook  Zero Dark Thirty BEST DIRECTOR Amour – Michael Haneke Beasts of the Southern Wild – Benh Zeitlin Life of Pi – Ang Lee Lincoln – Steven Spielberg Silver Linings Playbook – David O. Russell BEST ACTOR Bradley Cooper – Silver …

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The Hottest Movie Actors Ever

As he did a few weeks ago for television actors, Boy Culture blogger Matt Rettenmund has begun counting down the hottest men of the big screen. Click over and make the case for your own favorites.

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TEASER: Los Amantes Pasajeros

Directed by Pedro Almodovar.

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TRAILER: The Great Gatsby

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12 Of Hollywood’s Shortest

(Via Boy Culture)

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Swag Tuesday

Courtesy of the filmmakers, this week’s Swag Tuesday prize is Bear City 2, which is now available on DVD and Blu-Ray. Kathy Najimy plays den mother to the returning cast of bears, boys and cubs, for a Bear Week bachelor party in Provincetown! Kevin Smith, Lt. Dan Choi, Frank DeCaro, Mike Ruiz and Varla Jean Merman, lend their support to …

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Take The Blue Pill, Neo

Some physicists are trying to determine if we are actually living in the Matrix. In 2003, University of Oxford philosophy professor Nick Bostrom published a paper, “The Simulation Argument,” which argued that, “we are almost certainly living in a computer simulation.” Now, a team at Cornell University says it has come up with a viable method for testing whether we’re …

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Matt Damon On Liberace

“These two men were deeply in love and in a real relationship—a marriage—long before there was gay marriage. That’s not an insignificant thing. The script is beautiful and relatable. Their conversations when they’re dressing or undressing or having a spat or getting ready for bed? That’s every marriage. It feels like you’re witnessing something really intimate you would normally see …

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Turner Classic Movies Remembers 2012

Here’s this year’s Hollywood obituary reel.

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2012 Golden Globes Announced

Jessica Lange!

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TRAILER: Southern Knights

Movie description: Tragoidia Moving Pictures presents our first narrative feature film. Set during the exuberance between Stonewall and AIDS, Southern Knights is the story of one man’s struggle to reclaim his world after losing the love of his life in the tragic fire at the Upstairs Lounge in New Orleans. Wikipedia has an entry about the Upstairs Lounge fire, one …

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