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    Rome Film Festival Review: How Johnnie To's 'Drug War' Confirms the Director's Skill

    A solid, visceral action flick from Hong Kong maestro Johnnie To, "Du Zhan" ("Drug War") delivers on audience expectations. Confidently following a familiar route, the Chinese director brings his brand of muscular gangster movies to a new potential market. In fact, "Drug War...

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    Producer Dolly Hall and Filmmaker Michael Walker Launch Fog Cutter Films; 'Jenny Speck' to Shoot Next Year

    While gearing up for the release of the Parker Posey starring indie comedy "Price Check" this week, filmmaker Michael Walker also celebrates the forming of a new production company with producer collaborator Dolly Hall. The new banner, dubbed Fog Cutter Films, has begun casting and will st...

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    Watch: Red Band Trailer for Horror Anthology 'ABCs of Death'; 26 Films, 26 Ways to Die (VIDEO)

    Magnet Releasing has released the red band trailer for the horror anthology film "The ABCs of Death."

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    10 Reviews of New Releases, From 'Anna Karenina' To 'Silver Linings'

    This weekly column is intended to provide reviews of nearly every new release, including films on VOD (and in certain cases some studio releases). Specifics release dates and locations follow each review.

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    Is 'The Walking Dead' One Giant Argument for the End of Humanity?

    Death plays a leading role on "The Walking Dead." TV series in general have gotten more comfortable offing major characters in ways that aren't all about ratings stunts or providing a memorable send-off. But "The Walking Dead" is unique in that death is coming for everyone.

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    The Greatest Actors Of The 20th Century: How Two New TV Docs Showcase The Rolling Stones At 50

    The Rolling Stones have long been magnets for filmmakers. Not just any filmmakers, mind you -- we’re talking about some of the greatest the world has ever seen: Jean-Luc Godard ("Sympathy For The Devil"), Martin Scorsese ("Shine a Light"), the Maysles brothers ("Gimme ...

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    EXCLUSIVE: Magnolia Pictures Acquires Venice Fest Danish Thriller 'A Hijacking'

    Magnolia Pictures has picked up North American rights to Tobias Lindholm's “A Hijacking,” which recently won the audience award in the AFI Fest’s New Auteurs program. The specialty distributor plans a theatrical release in the spring.

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    VH1 Has First TV Dibs on Kirsten Dunst-Rebel Wilson Comedy 'Bachelorette'

    It looks like the "Bachelorette" party isn’t quite over.

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    China Lion to Release Adrien Brody-Tim Robbins World War II Epic 'Back to 1942'

    "Aftershock" distributor China Lion Film Distribution has picked up the Feng Xiaogang epic "Back to 1942" for a limited theatrical release in the U.S. and Canada Nov. 30. The film, which stars Adrien Brody and Tim Robbins, opens in Mainland China the same day.

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    Watch: John Slattery Learns to Act His Age in Trailer for 'In Our Nature,' Co-Starring Gabrielle Union and Jena Malone (VIDEO)

    For five seasons on "Mad Men," 50-year-old silver fox John Slattery has played an advertising honcho with a penchant for much younger women. In the upcoming indie "In Our Nature" (out in select theaters December 7), the actor plays a guy with a similar yearning for the younger se...

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