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    Watch: A Clip From Spike Lee's 'Oldboy' Remake Features an Angry Josh Brolin

    In anticipation of the upcoming Spike Lee reinterpretation of Korean director Park Chan-wook’s 2003 thriller classic "Old Boy," here is the first teaser clip.

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    First Look At Sharlto Copley In New Pics From 'Oldboy' Plus 20 Years Of Captivity In Posters

    There's probably some kind of award handed out for movie marketing, and if there is, we really hope someone is campaigning for "Oldboy." While the jury is still out on Spike Lee's remake, full credit to FilmDistrict for truly embracing the the twisted story, and having some fun with it.

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    Watch: First Clip Plus More New Footage From Spike Lee's 'Oldboy' Arrives

    Spike Lee doing a remake of Park Chan-wook's "Oldboy" is a venture fraught with more than one way to fail, and as of yet, the filmmaker has our trust that he can put his own stamp on the twisted revenge story. From assembling a great cast, to teasing out the movie in promising, decent-sized servings...

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    New Poster For Spike Lee's 'Oldboy' Breaks Through The Wall

    With the New York Film Festival and London Film Festival both on the go, if you need even more movie buzz, the New York Comic Con is kicking off today. And while not even close to the size and influence of San Diego Comic-Con, it's still a launching pad for genre flicks, and one of the biggest comin...

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    Watch: Josh Brolin Lives Through History In New Posters & Featurette For 'Oldboy'

    You know it's coming, so all we can do at this point is wait for Spike Lee's "Oldboy" to arrive, to see how he approaches the remake of Park Chan-Wook's film. But the movie has given the marketing department an interesting premise to play with, and they've certainly taken the ball and run to the end...

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    Josh Brolin Calls 'Inherent Vice' Shoot "Great" & "Absolute Fucking Chaos"

    These days, a shoot on a Paul Thomas Anderson film tends to involve a close knit bunch of people, sworn to secrecy, and indulging in wherever his imagination might go next. While not quite Terrence Malick in terms of jumping off script and going off to shoot the migration of a rare species of bird, ...

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    Watch: Josh Brolin Is Staying In The Worst Hotel Ever In New Promo For Spike Lee's 'Oldboy'

    Finding an audience for a twisted, very R-rated revenge flick with a plot so bizarre, taking place in a world so strange that it can't be easily packaged and sold, is no simple feat. But the folks at FilmDistrict are smartly playing on the mood of Spike Lee's upcoming "Oldboy" remake, at least early...

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    Josh Brolin On Why He Felt Exposed Making 'Labor Day' With Jason Reitman and How Kate Winslet Surprised Him

    Jason Reitman puts Josh Brolin's handsomely rugged features and deep well of vulnerability to powerful use in his latest "Labor Day," which recently officially premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival after previewing to great word of mouth in Telluride (go here for Indiewire's glowing r...

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    TIFF Review: Jason Reitman's 'Boogie Nights' Live Read Starring Jesse Eisenberg, Josh Brolin, Olivia Wilde & More

    With a growing audience of devoted cinephiles over the past few years, it seems there are few film-related events more beloved than Jason Reitman's Live Reads. The setup is simple: Reitman selects a classic screenplay of his choosing to be read by new actors in front of a live audience with Reitman ...

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    Toronto International Film Festival, Day Two: from Penn & Teller's 'Tim's Vermeer' and Fiennes' 'Invisible Woman' to Reitman's 'Boogie Nights'

    An almost perfect film festival day, including two excellent documentaries, one feature that surprised and delighted me, another that was interesting and novel, and one of Jason Reitman's patented table reads: the cherry on a sundae. Began with "Tim's Vermeer," the documentary about a wealthy, eccen...

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