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    Al Pacino And Greta Gerwig Are 'Humbling,' Nicolas Cage Circles Bryan Singer-Produced 'Men With No Fear' & More

    Okay, nearly three years ago, word first surfaced that Al Pacino was looking to reteam with Barry Levinson for an adaptation of Philip Roth's "The Humbling." And that was pretty much the last we heard of it, but somewhere along the way, filming started and this thing was cast cast so either credit a...

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    Millennium Films Nabs Rights to 'The Humbling' Starring Al Pacino and Greta Gerwig

    The worldwide rights to "The Humbling," a drama based on the novel by Philip Roth, were just acquired by Millennium Films. The film is currently in post-production and a US release date has yet to be announced.

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    10 Of Woody Allen's Best Female Characters

    There are a few stock criticisms often leveled at a new Woody Allen film: his characters are all neurotic messes; his films are relentlessly white and upper-middle class; when he tries for profundity, he flounders; when he leaves Manhattan, he never achieves anything like the heights of his New York...

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    Darling Companion—movie review

    In our youth-driven movie culture it’s refreshing to find an American film made by, and for, mature audiences. Being of a certain age myself, I was charmed by this lovely, leisurely-paced story that deals with issues young viewers might not relate to: taking a longtime spouse for granted, losi...

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    Chris Cooper & Dianne Wiest To Star In Noah Baumbach's 'The Corrections' On HBO

    While the multiplexes increasingly become a place to house event movies and continue to enable the infantilization of moviegoers' taste -- 3D spectaculars, toy franchises, Michael Bay movies, etc. -- HBO is happy to write checks for big name talent.

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    Rosemarie DeWitt & Dianne Wiest Joining 'The Odd Life Of Timothy Green'

    In something of a golden age for TV drama, AMC's "Mad Men" stands gloriously at the front of a very impressive pack. Only the same channel's "Breaking Bad" can compete with it, but the Matthew Weiner-created show has a Great American Novel sweep to it that makes it feel somehow more significant, wit...

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    Review: John Cameron Mitchell's Grieving Drama 'Rabbit Hole' Digs Up Deep Emotion

    This review originally ran during the 2010 Toronto International Film Festival.

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    John Cameron Mitchell Talks The Influence Of Sidney Lumet & Finding The Right Tone For 'Rabbit Hole'

    From transsexual off-Broadway musicals to hardcore gay sex on the big screen, John Cameron Mitchell has come a long way as a performer, writer and director. Now, he takes on his biggest challenge: prestigious A-List character drama. Based on the book by David Lindsay-Abaire, “Rabbit Hole” tells the ...

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    New Poster And Photos For John Cameron Mitchell's Grief Drama 'Rabbit Hole'

    A new poster and batch of photos have been unveiled for John Cameron Mitchell's parent-grief drama "Rabbit Hole" starring Nicole Kidman and Aaron Eckhart.

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