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    World Premiere Of 'Flight' Announced As Closing Night Film For 2012 New York Film Festival

    I'll be there, as I am every year at the New York Film Festival, which is always a treat for film lovers, boasting an international cinema feast, including some of the best new work from around the world; so this is most exciting!

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    Interview: Tony Gilroy Talks The Challenges Of Mounting 'The Bourne Legacy,' Addresses The 'Enhancement' Concerns & More

    "The Bourne Legacy" could be seen by some as a long-time coming for writer/director Tony Gilroy. While the almost billion-dollar grossing series has been defined by Matt Damon and director Paul Greengrass, arguably the man behind the scenes masterminding many of the strings was Gilroy, who...

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    Review - 'Red Hook Summer' (An Attempt To Make Sense Of Spike Lee's Trip To Wonderland)

    Well, after first seeing the film at the Sundance Film Festival in January, I wrote a lengthy piece sharing my many reactions to what I saw then; skip ahead almost 8 months later, when I saw the revised cut of the film at a press screening about 2 weeks ago, and, despite it being 15 minutes shorter,...

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    Naomi Campbell 'Too Nice' For A Reality Show?

    Well if this doesn't beat all. Naomi Campbell may be too nice for her own reailty show?

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    The Playlist Q&A: Spike Lee Talks 'Red Hook Summer,' Hollywood, Michael Jackson & More

    The Republic of Brooklyn and its ongoing chronicles have taken director Spike Lee all over New York's brightest and best borough (its estimated that if Brooklyn was its own city it would be the third largest in the United States). "Do The Right Thing" took place in Bed-Stuyvesant, parts of "Jungle F...

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    Well This is Awkward: 'Twilight' Drama Takes the Lead in EW's Fall Movie Preview; Stewart Out of 'Cali'

    No surprise here; EW features a cuddly Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson on their Fall Movie Preview issue. "For better or worse," writes EW, "Stewart and Pattinson and their much speculated-upon romance have always been intertwined with the onscreen relationship of their fictional...

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    Robert Zemeckis' 'Flight' To Close 50th New York Film Festival

    Not only is it 50 years of James Bond in 2012, but it's also the golden anniversary of the New York Film Festival. And today they've announced which film will be closing off their festivities in October.

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    Robert Zemeckis's 'Flight' Starring Denzel Washington Will Close the New York Film Festival

    Robert Zemeckis’s return to live-action filmmaking, the Denzel Washington mystery thriller "Flight," will world premiere as the Closing Night film for the upcoming 50th New York Film Festival (September 28 – October 14). The Paramount Pictures release is due in theaters on November 2. This NYFF bert...

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    Robert Zemeckis's 'Flight' To Close New York Film Festival

    The New York Film Festival will close with the World Premiere of Robert Zemeckis's "Flight," it was announced today. The film -- which stars Denzel Washington -- will end off the landmark 50th edition of the festival on October 14th.

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    Why Jimmy Fallon Won't Host Oscars: 'It's Not My Year'

    ABC is the reason Jimmy Fallon won't be hosting the Oscars this year. After all, his late night talk show is on rival network NBC, duking it out with ABC's Jimmy Kimmel. And Disney chairman Robert Iger is leading the fundraising camapign for the Academy's new Motion Picture Museum.

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