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Is This The Next Chapter of Castlevania: Harmony of Despair? [Rumor]

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It looks like the recently released Castlevania: Harmony of Despair is set to expand (and soon) with a new downloadable chapter and at least one Belmont ready to join the team. More »

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Is This The Next Chapter of Castlevania: Harmony of Despair? [Rumor]

#rumor

It looks like the recently released Castlevania: Harmony of Despair is set to expand (and soon) with a new downloadable chapter and at least one Belmont ready to join the team. More »

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Indie Roundup: 'The Arbor,' 'Helena From the Wedding'

Indie Roundup is your weekly guide to what's new and upcoming in the world of independent film. Pictured above, clockwise from left: The Disappearance of Alice Creed, The Arbor, Helena From the Wedding.

Opening / Expanding. Limited releases in major markets this weekend include:

  • Cairo Time, a romance;
  • The Disappearance of Alice Creed, a kidnapping thriller that prompted Cinematical's Eric D. Snider to write: "While I freely admit the basic premise, once it's all revealed, is ridiculous, I also freely admit that I don't care. It's executed in a taut, professional manner, with great suspense and dark humor";
  • Lebanon, a drama;
  • Flipped, a family film from Rob Reiner;
  • Middle Men, a comedy; and
  • Twelve, a disaster directed by Joel Sch...

Interview: 'The Disappearance of Alice Creed' Star Gemma Arterton

Actress Gemma Arterton has thus far had a very weird year at the movies. It's a year that has most accentuated the disparity between the image she'd like to project to her audience and the one she mostly has thus far. Having previously broken through to mainstream attention with British pop comedy St. Trinian's, Arterton has starred in both the Clash of the Titans remake and Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time video game adaptation. She's also starred in The Disappearance of Alice Creed, a gritty B-movie. In the film, Arterton ditches her more glamorous roles and throws herself into a character that spends most of the film tied up screaming for help.

Alice Creed has been kidnapped by a couple of ex-cons, played by a towering Eddie Marsan and a very good Martin Compston, with a meticulous plan to ransom her and get away scot-free. Arterton talked to Cinematical recently about why The Disappearance of Alice Creed is the kind of role she wants to gravitate more towards and what it's like to be yelled at by Marsan, most famous as the "Enn raa haa" driving instructor from Mike Leigh's Happy-Go-Lucky.

There's a great incongruity between that glamorous, blockbuster-type role that you have in Clash of the Titans and...

Gemma Arterton: Prince of Persia.

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Inside Kimora Lee's Posh Yard Sale

Prices ranged from $200,000 for a bed to $8 for a bread holder

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If It Walks Like a Comedy…

Today I’d like to talk about our insatiable need to categorize and sub-categorize everything. Now, despite what looks like a dearth of good movies opening today, a) it’s still Friday which means at least there’s something new to see at your local cineplex, b) we could be pleasantly surprised and c) at least you have the weekend to relax. And who knows, maybe you’ll get trapped in an elevator with Carol Burnett which, according to yesterday’s poll, is something many of you would welcome. Now onto movies – and what seems to me an overwhelming amount of genres at our fingertips (ably represented by today’s releases). Because let’s face it – you can’t just say you want to catch something funny anymore. It’s nowhere near specific enough for 2010’s demanding  consumer. Think about it – if you lived in the 1930s or ‘40s – you might be known as one of those people who likes a black & white drama. Or perhaps you’d be a fan of the black & white comedy. Or maybe the black & white thriller – and we’d probably not even have that groundbreaking  new step if it weren’t for Hitch (the director, not the vaguely lame Will Smith vehicle). As far as genres go – that was pretty much ...

I’ll Make A Man Out Of You- Bones Cast

Inside Business 08/08/10

Alan Kohler with analysis and comment on the events and issues concerning business, investors and entrepreneurs.

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Insiders 08/08/10

Insiders is a fast-moving treatment of national affairs with interviews, discussion, and analysis. Each week the program brings together the experience and insights of leading political commentators and other contributors representing a wide range of opinions.

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