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Oct 21st

Face time with the man behind the famous voice

Keith David Williams was born in Harlem on June 4, 1956, but raised in East Elmhurst, Queens, where he developed an interest in acting after playing the Cowardly Lion in a grade school production of The Wizard of Oz. He later attended New York City’s High School for the Performing Arts before studying drama at Juilliard.
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James Cameron’s long-awaited sci-fi thriller beats expectations

James Cameron wrote the script for Avatar back in 1994, but was unable to turn his vision into a movie until now because he had to wait for technological innovations to catch up to his expectations of the 3-D spectacular. As it turns out, the delay was well worth the wait, for this intergalactic sci-fi flick more than measures up to the hype, and not merely in terms of its introduction of the next generation of special effects.
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Remember Rochelle

Remember RochelleRochelle Aytes is quickly establishing herself as one of Hollywood’s brightest, young starlets on the rise. In 2004, she made her big screen debut playing Shawn Wayans’ love interest in the genderbending comedy White Chicks, directed by Keenan Ivory Wayans. She can currently be seen in the ABC drama series “The Forgotten.” 
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On the QT with Quentin Tarantino

On the QT with Quentin TarantinoBorn in Knoxville, Tennessee on March 27, 1963 to an Italian father and a mother of Irish and Cherokee extraction, Quentin Jerome Tarantino took a most unorthodox approach to showbiz. He dropped out of high school at 15 to pursue moviemaking but it would take some time to realize that dream. The closest he got to Hollywood for years was a minimum-wage gig as a clerk at a video rental store in L.A. where he became known for making recommendations to appreciative customers.
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New York Film Critics Online Awards for 2009

New York Film Critics Online Awards for 2009Inglourious Basterds took the lion’s share of awards while Avatar was named best picture by the prestigious New York Film Critics Online (NYFCO) at its tenth annual meeting.  Jeff Bridges was named Best Actor for his role in Crazy Heart while Meryl Streep received Best Actress honors for her performance in Julie & Julia.  Best Director honors went to Kathryn Bigelow for The Hurt Locker.  Christoph Waltz was named Best Supporting Actor for Inglourious Basterds and Mo'Nique was selected as Best Supporting Actress for Precious. The White Ribbon was NYFCO’s choice for Best Foreign film, while Best Documentary honors went to The Cove.
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Morgan Freeman stars as Nelson Mandela in inspirational historical saga

Morgan Freeman stars as Nelson Mandela in inspirational historical sagaWhen Nelson “Madiba” Mandela (Morgan Freeman) became President of South Africa, an important aspect of his mission was to help his fellow citizens develop a collective consciousness in the wake of the dismantling of Apartheid. This was to be no mean feat, for that de jure system of segregation had strictly enforced color lines which had kept Blacks and whites apart and at odds for decades.
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Streep’s inspired impersonation of Julia Child Arrives on DVD

Julia Child (1912-2004) is generally credited with introducing sophisticated cooking to the average American kitchen via her best-selling cookbook and her TV show, “The French Chef.” Between her towering, 6’2” tall physique and her distinctive, WASPy warble, the PBS series soon turned her into an international celebrity.
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