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    Amplify Acquires the Terrence Malick-Produced 'The Better Angels'

    After making its way through the festival circuit (Sundance, Berlin and more), the US rights to A.J. Edwards' "The Better Angels" have been picked up by Amplify. The black-and-white narrative about Abraham Lincoln's childhood was produced by Terrence Malick and stars Diane Kruger.

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    Watch: New Teaser Trailer For Terrence Malick Produced Abraham Lincoln Biopic 'The Better Angels'

    It may look, sound and feel like a Terrence Malick film, but aside from a producer credit, the upcoming "The Better Angels" is actually the work of editor and second unit director-turned-writer/director A.J. Edwards. But certainly, after logging time on "The New World," "The Tree of Life" and "To th...

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    Tom Hiddleston Moves Into Ben Wheatley's 'High Rise,' Ewan McGregor Spends 'Last Days In The Desert' & More

    Prolific as he is, Ben Wheatley's films to date generally haven't featured much in the way of star power, but it was only a matter of time until bigger names started circling his work. And indeed, his next effort will find Loki himself coming along for the ride.

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    Sundance Review: Terrence Malick Produced ‘The Better Angels’ Starring Jason Clarke, Diane Kruger & Brit Marling

    Working closely under the tutelage of Terrence Malick for several years now, editor and second-unit director turned writer/director A.J. Edwards (who has worked on "The New World," "The Tree of Life" and "To the Wonder"), might have been better advised to get out from under the shadow of his mentor ...

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    Exclusive: Clip From Terrence Malick Produced Sundance Film 'The Better Angels' Sees A Great Future For Abe Lincoln

    While Steven Spielberg's "Lincoln" showed us the president as an already great man striving to do good in a country divided by war and race, the forthcoming Sundance drama "The Better Angels" will look at the events that turned him into one of the most iconic leaders in American history. And under t...

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    First Look: Diane Kruger & Jason Clarke In Terrence Malick-Produced, Black-And-White Lincoln Biopic 'The Better Angels'

    While "Knight Of Cups" and "Untitled Music Scene Movie That Probably Won't Have Christian Bale In It Anymore" are still out in the wild, waiting to be completed, for those aching for some more Terrence Malick, this one affiliated project that will get your 2014 off to a happy start.

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    Review: Messy & Muddled Sci-Fi Romance 'Mr. Nobody' Starring Jared Leto

    We're sure when writer/director Jaco Van Dormael first came up with the premise for "Mr. Nobody," his first film since 1996's "The Eighth Day," it seemed like a fresh and original idea. Certainly we were intrigued back in 2009 by the time-spanning tale about a man who wakes up in the year 2092 to fi...

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    Exclusive: Jared Leto Is 'Mr. Nobody' In Trippy Poster For High Concept Drama

    This fall, "Thirty Seconds to Mars" frontman Jared Leto seems to be making a bid to remind you what a fine actor he is.

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    Channel Guide: The Bridge

    Reviews of FX's The Bridge are (near-)united in praise for Demian Bechir's performance and for the show's exploration of its border territory.

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    FX's New Drama 'The Bridge' Sets a Typical Serial Killer Story Against a Terrific Border Town Backdrop

    TV has its true procedurals, its "Law & Order" and "CSI" variants, but for many other series crime-solving is just a kind of narrative scaffolding, there to support what's fundamentally a drama about interesting characters or communities. The long and short cases in "Justified" can be involving, but...

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