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    Happy Cinco De Mayo: Here Are 5 Films To Raise A Glass To

    Bring out the Cuervo, it’s Cinco de Mayo! Contrary to popular belief, Cinco de Mayo is not Mexico’s Independence Day and, although Mexican public schools are closed for the day (isn’t that the real definition of a holiday?), it is celebrated more, ahem, seriously, in the United States than Mexico. S...

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    Cabin Full Of New Photos From Pedro Almodovar's 'I'm So Excited' Plus Listen To Alberto Iglesias' Score

    While we're in the last throes of the winter season cinematic blahs, there is a lot to look forward to this spring and summer, and we're not just talking eyeball-bursting blockbusters. New films from Park Chan-Wook, Woody Allen, Richard Linklater and Terrence Malick are on the horizon, and j...

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    Watch: Exclusive Action Packed Scene From 'Day of the Falcon' Starring Antonio Banderas and Freida Pinto

    In this exclusive clip from Jean-Jacques Annaud's "Day of the Falcon," unsuspecting Bedouin villagers scatter for safety as a warplane fires at their desert encampment.

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    Watch: Penelope Cruz and Antonio Banderas Pop Up in Trailer for Almodovar's 'I'm So Excited'

    After exploring significantly darker work with 2009's noir "Broken Embraces," and 2011's psychological horror film "The Skin I Live In," Pedro Almodovar appears to be pursuing a much more lighthearted tone for his next film, "I'm So Excited," as the just-released trailer shows.

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    'Black Gold' With Antonio Banderas & Tahar Rahim Now Called 'Day Of The Falcon,' Hits VOD In February, Theaters In March

    It was way back in the fall of 2011 when the trailer for Jean-Jacques Annaud’s “Black Gold” was released, as the film started to hit the festival circuit. Now, in 2013, the epic film is finally seeing a release in North America with the brand new (and somewhat bland) title of &ldqu...

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    Image Entertainment Snags 2 at AFM: 'Stranded' and 'Day of the Falcon,' With Antonio Banderas & Mark Strong

    Image Entertainment has acquired U.S. rights to two new films: the sci-fi thriller “Stranded” and the period drama “Day of the Falcon.” The company plans to release “Falcon,” which had its world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival, theatrically in early 2013 aft...

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    Joel Kinnaman Joins Increasingly Massive Cast Of Terrence Malick's 'Knight Of Cups'

    Who does he think he is? Woody Allen? It seems Terrence Malick is using his engimatic appeal and auteur status to basically get whoever the hell he wants for "Knight Of Cups." It seems that if you happen to be nearby where he's shooting, and you're a celebrity, you can get a part i...

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    Ryan O'Neal Joins Terrence Malick's 'Knight Of Cups'; Antonio Banderas & Joe Manganiello Rumored

    Well, now that Terrence Malick's "To The Wonder" has been confirmed for Venice and Toronto, we can start obsessing over his next film, the currently lensing "Knight Of Cups." We've already seen an endless number of cast members so far revealed by set photos and/or Twitter...

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    Stranger Than Life: Zoe Kazan and Paul Dano In The Fabulist 'Ruby Sparks'

    Neurosis hasn’t seemed this adorably sane since Woody Allen. Clever, funny, expertly walking the line between arty and mainstream, "Ruby Sparks" is a lovable romantic comedy, with Paul Dano as a novelist who writes a dream girl, and Zoe Kazan – Dano’s real-life partn...

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    They Love Us More Abroad

    Spanish films continue to attract large audiences abroad, where they grossed €140.66m in 2009. This is even more than on the domestic market, where box office takings for the same period were €140.37m. Pedro Pérez, president of the Federation of Spanish Audiovisual Producers Associations (FAPAE), ca...

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