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    Olivier Assayas Action Thriller Starring Pattinson and De Niro Shuts Down

    Benaroya Pictures has put the kibosh on French director Olivier Assayas' 'Idol's Eye,' an action thriller that was set to star Robert Pattinson and Robert De Niro. Here's why.

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    Bruce Wagner Tells the Dark Story of Writing Cronenberg's 'Maps to the Stars'

    'Maps to the Stars' might be the weirdest film David Cronenberg has made in a decade. It's tonally a mess, alternately hilarious and vile, writhing in the filth at the rock-bottom of Hollywood. In Bruce Wagner's script, Tinseltown is a phantom world haunted by ghosts, deluded pill-swilling actresses...

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    Watch: Julianne Moore Goes Manic In 'Maps To The Stars' Trailer

    E-one will open David Cronenberg's dark Hollywood satire on October 31 in Canada.

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    Watch: Go To Hollywood With New Trailer For 'Maps To The Stars' Featuring Robert Pattinson, Julianne Moore And More

    Robert Pattinson has the "Twilight" franchise to thank for his career, but the actor is bracingly honest as to whether his fanbase from those films will support him going forward. “They won’t go [see his post-Twilight films]. I’ve said that from the beginning," he recently told Esquire UK.

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    Harmony Korine Is Writing A Gangster Movie For Robert Pattinson

    You may have missed it in the feverish "Maps To The Stars"/"The Rover"/Cannes buzz, but in early May, Robert Pattinson revealed that he might make a movie with Harmony Korine. There weren't many details at the time, but a few more nuggets have been revealed, and evidence suggests the sort of unlikel...

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    ‘A Most Wanted Man’: Anton Corbijn On Philip Seymour Hoffman, ‘Life,’ Robert Pattinson & More

    On its own, Anton Corbijn’s “A Most Wanted Man,” based on the 2008 novel by John le Carré, is a taut, post-9/11 spy thriller about a government’s attempt to avert future terror attacks. But consider the events that transpired outside the film, and it morphs into a more substantial, sad, and definiti...

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    First Image from Herzog’s ‘Queen of the Desert’ Arrives as Director’s Films Stream on Fandor

    Ubiquitous as always, there’s a whole lot more of Werner Herzog coming our way over the next few months. The upcoming 16-film Blu-ray set, arriving at the end of this month, would normally be plenty, but there's also his first narrative feature since 2009: "Queen of the Desert."

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    Werner Herzog Talks ‘Queen Of The Desert’ & Makes "Ominous Prediction" About Nicole Kidman’s Performance

    German filmmaker Werner Herzog is on the brain today. The 71-year-old filmmaker is about to celebrate the release of the superb Shout Factory boxset "Herzog: The Collection" and he’s got a new film waiting in the wings. Titled “Queen Of The Desert," the film features the filmmaker’s most starry cast...

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