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Marie Moore

Veteran syndicated journalist who covers film and television.

Ultron Does Not Discriminate in ‘Avengers’

*Ultron, voiced by James Spader, does not discriminate in “Avengers: Age of Ultron.” It...

EUR Exclusive! ‘The Prancing Elites’ Seek Acceptance (Watch)

Oxygen Media’s uplifting, inspiring and humorous new docu-series “The Prancing Elites Project” premiered Wednesday...

Tribeca Film Festival Continues Tradition of Relevant Films

*To say the 14th Annual Tribeca Film Festival, April 15-April 26, has something for everyone...

The Film Strip: Liam Neeson and Ed Harris Ignite in ‘Run All Night’

Heavy hitters Liam Neeson and Ed Harris share the screen in the enthralling thriller...

The Film Strip: Common Talks ‘Run All Night’ and Future (Watch)

EUR BONUS COVERAGE - Scroll down to watch Marie Moore's exclusive video interview with...

The Film Strip: ‘Chappie’ Heavily Influenced by Hip Hop

Hip hop culture is heavily ingrained in “Chappie,” a film about artificial intelligence. The Film...

The Film Strip: Black Films You Can Sink Your Teeth Into

*As part of Black History Month, The African Diaspora International Film Festival has a series...

The Film Strip: Hugh Grant on ‘The Rewrite,’ IBM Inferno and Crashing Cars

*With badly written cartoon like characters in S&M movies doing boffo business at the...

The Film Strip: ‘The Voices’ take deadly toll on Ryan Reynolds

*Hearing voices in your head is known to be associated with mental illness. However,...

EUR Exclusive: ‘Seventh Son’ Ben Barnes on Tolerance and Restraint

*In an exclusive interview with EURweb associate Marie Moore, Ben Barnes, one of Hollywood’s...

The Film Strip: ‘Seventh Son’ Jeff Bridges ‘The Dude’ Fights Demons and Hunger

*Jeff Bridges is Master Gregory in a time of enchantments when legends and magic...

The Film Strip: Julianne Moore and Kristen Stewart in Mind-blowing ‘Still Alice’

*Shortly after winning for Best Actress in the Golden Globe Awards for “Still Alice,”...

The Film Strip’s 2014 Top Ten Films

*In comparison to previous years, 2014 was a good year for black filmmakers. Not...
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