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Pixar Answers Ken Loach’s Appeal” — The good news is that Ken Loach has another movie in him. The bad news is that it might be his last. The good news is that Pixar is going to make it happen — the old fashioned way.

3 on 3: Will Days of Future Past Reboot the X-Men?” — Over at Hitfix, the brain trust of Drew McWeeny, Gregory Elwood and Kris Tapley answer three interesting questions about where the new mutant flick might lead.

Late in his career, Barry Levinson discovered horror” — Scott Tobias at The Dissolve marvels at the Rain Man director’s genre shift with The Bay.

Why Marvel is Defining The Modern Superhero Film Genre” — Could it be because they understand comic book stories and comic book fans? Mark Hughes at Forbes investigates how the young studio has outpaced the competition.

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