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    Watch: Richard Ayoade Talks His Unsettling (And Awesome) TIFF Drama 'The Double' Starring Jesse Eisenberg

    At the world premiere of “The Double,” British director Richard Ayoade’s second film, Toronto International Film Festival Artistic Director Cameron Bailey called Ayoade “one of the sharpest wits” in filmmaking, and the audience reacted with unbridled glee. New directors are rarely so well known, but...

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    Watch: Get Two Jesse Eisenbergs for the Price of One in the Trailer for 'The Double'

    Richard Ayoade's ("Submarine") second feature "The Double" recently premiered at Toronto (check out our review here) and now has a dialogue-free trailer featuring the song "Grinnin' in Your Face" by Son House.

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    Mia Wasikowska On Having Three Films at TIFF and Why She Stuck to Indies Following 'Alice in Wonderland'

    Ever since falling down the rabbit hole for Tim Burton in "Alice in Wonderland," Australian actress Mia Wasikowska has kept busy working for other singular filmmakers in films that couldn't be more dissimilar, appearing in everything from Cary Fukanaga's "Jane Eyre" adaption to Park Chan-wook's Engl...

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    TIFF Review: Richard Ayoade's Daring 'The Double' Starring Jesse Eisenberg & Mia Wasikowska

    When Richard Ayoade arrived in 2010 with his charming tale of adolescence and young romance with the stylish "Submarine," the picture was immediately greeted with rather reductive comparisons to Wes Anderson. It was an unfair assessment levelled at the movie and filmmaker—even from those who champio...

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    Toronto Review: Jesse Eisenberg and Mia Wasikowska Turn Dostoyevsky Into a Bureaucratic Nightmare For Richard Ayoade's Dystopian Treat 'The Double'

    "The Double" is based on a short story by Fyodor Dostoyevsky, but there's a lot more than the sensibilities of the Russian literary giant hanging over this grimly amusing picture. British director and comedian Richard Ayoade's follow-up to his stylized coming-of-age tale "Submarine," the abstract dr...

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    Tom Hiddleston Replaces Benedict Cumberbatch In Guillermo Del Toro's 'Crimson Peak'

    The speculation that followed Benedict Cumberbatch's exit from Guillermo del Toro's R-rated Gothic romance "Crimson Peak" was deafening and absurd, most of it hinged around the fact that the star (whose "The Fifth Estate" just opened the Toronto International Film Festival) was supposedly leaving to...

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    Watch: First Trailer For Richard Ayoade's 'The Double' Starring Jesse Eisenberg & Mia Wasikowska

    On Saturday at the Toronto International Film Festival, the newest film from writer/director Richard Ayoade (as opposed to the newest film from actor Richard Ayoade who was in the abysmal Ben Stiller comedy "The Watch") premieres. Based on the Fyodor Dostoyevsky novella "The Double," it stars Jesse ...

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    The Weinstein Company Acquires Women Centric Tracks

    The Weinstein Company, as of late, has been nabbing some women centric titles. In May, they picked up the Judi Dench starrer, Philomena, about a woman who looks for the son she was forced to give up for adoption. Out of Venice, The Weinstein Company announced they were setting a Christmas release fo...

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    While We Were Away...Some Links of Interest

    Here are some links from when we were away that might interest people:

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    Telluride Film Festival Review: Mia Wasikowska Rescues Bland Travelogue 'Tracks' From Lyrical Aimlessness

    In 1975, a soul-searching young Australian woman named Robyn Davidson set out to travel solo from Alice Springs across the vast, empty desert to reach the Indian Ocean some 2,000 miles away. Aided only by a trio of camels and her dog, Davidson eventually completed the voyage and wrote a popular Nati...

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