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    Review: Neil Labute-Written ‘Some Girl(s)’ Starring Adam Brody, An Acerbic Yet Toothless Satirical Dramedy

    For the sake of argument, let’s agree that the Neil LaBute narrative unfolds like this: the provocative playwright turned filmmaker stormed the indie world in 1997 with his disturbing, brusque and scathing critique of the male psyche “In The Company of Men.” LaBute's controversial, piquant, sometime...

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    Olivia Wilde & Mark Duplass Have A 'Reawakening,' Hailee Steinfeld Joins Sam Worthington In 'For The Dogs'

    With the summer tentpoles already beginning to reach theaters, many actors are now nabbing jobs to secure themselves through the end of the year and into the next. Here's a rundown of the upcoming roles that have been inked in the last couple of days.

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    Watch: 2 Clips From Neil LaBute-Penned 'Some Girl(s)' Starring Adam Brody

    Neil LaBute is back. Kind of. The writer/director who came storming out of the gate with his acidic takes on the relationship between men and women in films like "In The Company Of Men" and "Your Friends & Neighbors" has strayed from that kind of material in recent years, doing things as di...

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    SXSW Exclusive: Adam Brody, Emily Watson and Kristen Bell in Character Posters for Neil LaBute's 'Some Girl(s)'

    The Neil LaBute-penned "Some Girl(s)," an adaptation of LaBute's play of the same name, is gearing up for its world premiere at SXSW on March 9th, and in advance of the release has released character posters for all six members of the film's ensemble cast.

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    Watch: Adam Brody in an Exclusive Scene From Neil LaBute's SXSW Premiere 'Some Girl(s)'

    After some odd directorial decisions of late (the contested, eyebrow-raising remakes of "Death at a Funeral" and "The Wicker Man"), acclaimed playwright and filmmaker Neil LaBute has mostly stuck to writing and making short films in the last few years.

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    Something Will 'Haunt' Jacki Weaver, 'Non-Stop' Flight Gets Filled & More

    An Oscar nominee last year for her performance in the excellent crime flick “Animal Kingdom” and soon to appear in David O. Russell’s “Silver Linings Playbook,” Australian actress Jacki Weaver has landed a role in Mac Carter’s debut feature, “Haunt.” Weaver joins Liana Liberato (who was pretty great...

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    Melanie Lynskey & Paul Schneider Say 'Goodbye To All That'; Nate Parker Goes 'Non-Stop'; Adam Brody Has A 'Baggage Claim' & More

    In today’s casting round-up, we have updates on a screenwriter’s directorial debut, another airplane-set thriller, an indie comedy about a man and his genitalia, and a romantic comedy set around a flight attendant.

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    Review: 'The Oranges' Is Dated, Schtick-Reliant Suburban Satire

    There’s another era that would have welcomed the chaste suburban sex comedy “The Oranges.” In an earlier time, this mock-revealing story of two families coming apart due to infidelity would have seemed appalling, transgressive. Perhaps as a low-heat exploitation picture threatening to expose the cha...

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    Exclusive Video: Watch Adam Brody Tell You Why It's Good to Lie in Interview for 'Damsels in Distress' (Now Out on DVD)

    With Whit Stillman's first film in 14 years, "Damsels in Distress," finally making its way onto Blu-ray and DVD today, check out an exclusive video interview with three of the film's cast members: Adam Brody, Analeigh Tipton and Hugo Becker.

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    'Olympus Has Fallen' For Melissa Leo; J.K. Simmons Joins 'Jobs'; Adam Brody Does It For 'All The Wrong Reasons' & More

    In today’s casting round-up we have more news regarding the villain in one of the two competing White House-siege films, a whole host names joining the indie Steve Jobs biopic, a New York-set ensemble indie pic, and a coming-of-age dramedy set along the Red River border between Oklahoma and Te...

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