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    First Poster For Dito Montiel's Sundance-Closer 'The Son Of No One' With Channing Tatum & Al Pacino

    Here's the first poster for Dito Montiel's upcoming Sundance closing night film "The Son Of No One," which features one of the most eclectic casts in recent times including Channing Tatum, Tracy Morgan, Katie Holmes, Ray Liotta, Juliette Binoche and Al Pacino.

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    Sacha Gervasi In Talks To Helm Adaptation Of 'Alfred Hitchcock And The Making of Psycho'

    The director of the acclaimed rockumentary "Anvil! The Story Of Anvil" Sacha Gervasi is reportedly in talks with Ivan Reitman's Montecito Pictures to take helm of their long-gestating Alfred Hitchcock biopic, based on the novel "Alfred Hitchcock And The Making Of 'Psycho'" by Stephen Rebello.

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    One Too Many Mornings

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    Mike White Vacates Director's Chair On 'Pride & Prejudice & Zombies'

    Well, that didn't last long. Only two months after surprise hire Mike White took over as director on Lionsgate's adaptation of "Pride & Prejudice & Zombies," replacing the newly redeemed David O Russell (who's spent the intervening time attaching himself to half-a-dozen projects, most notably the v...

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    "I Am Love," Annette Bening Lead Gay & Lesbian Critics' Awards

    The Gay & Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association today announced winners for the group's second annual Dorian Awards, which honor their picks for the best in film and television "of all kinds." Notable winners include "I Am Love" for Film of the Year, Annette Bening for Film Performance of the Ye...

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    Now That's Muuuuch Better: More Realistic 'X-Men: First Class' Photos Appear Online

    Director Matthew Vaughn Says He's Never Felt This Much "Pressure" On Making A MovieOK, this is muuuuuch better. Recent photos of Matthew Vaughn's "X-Men: First Class" leaked on the Internet with the cast in costume and well, they essentially looked like cast off test images from Brett Ratner's "X-Men: The Last Stand" -- definitely not anyone's favorite of the "X-Men" franchise. Heralded as a back-to-basics prequel set in the '60s, the leaked image -- apparently it wasn't ready for public consumption, but once it's out it's out -- seemed to be antithetical to the idea of a group of mutants first finding one another and eventually becoming part...

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    Oscar Watch: Nominations LiveStream and Ten Episode Best Picture Preview

    Early risers (5:30am PT) on January 25 can watch a live stream of the 83rd Annual Academy Awards nominations announcement. The "Road to the Oscars" package features The Bachelor host Chris Harrison and EW's Dave Karger introing brief clips celebrating 2010 films and a discussion of the year's trends...

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    indieWIRE @ Hulu Docs: Sundance Flashback, Part Two

    The Sundance Film Festival has long championed documentaries and the 2011 edition, which starts tomorrow, features more than 40 new docs, including 28 in competition and a new Documentary Premieres section. This week's curation of Hulu's Documentaries page by indieWIRE wraps up our two-part look bac...

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    Relativity Media Hires Joe Matukewicz as Head of Acquisitions

    Relativity Media has a new man on the ground for Sundance 2011: Joe Matukewicz, former VP acquisitions and co-productions for Paramount Vantage and the Paramount Worldwide Acquisitions Group. Last year, Relativity made its Sundance buying debut with "Catfish;" Matukewicz will oversee all acquisition...

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    Meet the 2011 Sundance Filmmakers | "The Guard" Director John Michael McDonagh

    Sergeant Gerry Boyle, a salty village cop in Ireland, has a subversive sense of humor, a caustic wit, and an uncanny knack for keeping people at arm’s length. When a straitlaced FBI agent chasing an international drug-smuggling ring hits town, Boyle has no intention of letting the arrival disrupt hi...

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