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    Here Are 13 Corrupt Cops On Film We Love to Hate

    In the raunchy comedy-crime film "Filth" (out now in theaters and available to view on video-on-demand platforms), James McAvoy stars as a less-than-saintly cop. In honor of "Filth" and McAvoy's memorable character, Indiewire has decided to compile a list of some of film's most rotten men in blue.

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    Ridley Scott To Direct ‘The Martian’ With Matt Damon In The Lead

    Looks like those early reports panned out. In April of this year, Drew Goddard vacated the director’s chair of 20th Century Fox's "The Martian,” but reports surfaced that the studio wanted Matt Damon to play the lead. Well, that turns out to be correct. Damon will star in “The Martian” for Fox and G...

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    Jay Roach To Direct Ben Affleck & Matt Damon's Yankees Wife Swap Drama 'The Trade'

    "The Trade" has been one of the more intriguing projects on the pile for Ben Affleck and Matt Damon. Brewing for years, and at one point threatened with a lawsuit, the project would've reteamed Affleck and Damon on the big screen, with Casey Affleck also involved as a co-writer on the script, workin...

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    Matt Damon, The Boy Who Cried Jason Bourne (Again)

    Never say never, never say die. If you’re keeping score like we have—or feel obligated to do so—you’ll know Matt Damon keeps playing with our heart and toying with our emotions. The actor has essentially said, Jason Bourne is done, the character has finished his arc, and he’s even talked smack about...

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    Ben Affleck & Matt Damon Bring 'Project Greenlight' Back to HBO

    The acclaimed documentary series, which chronicles the search for a first-time director as well as exploring the process of getting films made, is coming back for a new season.

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    Rumor: Matt Damon Sought To Play Aquaman In 'Justice League'

    Last night came a minor bombshell of news surrounding Warner Bros.' developing "Justice League" movie: Zack Snyder has been tapped to direct, it will shoot back-to-back with "Batman Vs. Superman," and if all goes according to plan, it will hit theatres in 2017. And like we said then, that means ther...

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    Drew Goddard Drops 'The Martian,' But Fox Wants Matt Damon To Star

    With Drew Goddard's plate full right now writing, executive producing, showrunning and directing Marvel's Netflix series "Daredevil," and also now set to write and direct "Sinister Six" for Sony, you might have forgotten last spring that the filmmaker signed up to direct "The Martian" as his followu...

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    Warner Bros. Boards Johnny Depp's 'Black Mass' But Kiboshes Ben Affleck & Matt Damon's Whitey Bulger Pic

    Often in Hollywood, it's a game of massaging egos versus making decisions that are smart for the bottom line, and Warner Bros. had some tough decisions to make this week. The studio was given the opportunity to come aboard and co-finance "Black Mass," the Johnny Depp-starring flick based on the life...

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    'The Monuments Men' Cast On Jimmy Kimmel: Matt Damon and Bill Murray Steal the Show

    The cast of George Clooney's The Monuments Men have been everywhere lately, promoting a film that will need all their high-profile popularity to lure viewers in. Critics have rejected it. It is very rotten on Rotten Tomatoes. I found the World War II adventure about recovered art strangely flat. (Yo...

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    The Monuments Men

    It’s rare to find a movie that isn’t ironic or aloof, especially in its overarching goal, to pay tribute to an unpopular enterprise that paid off for posterity.

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