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    A Missing Dog Can Save America & Tom Waits Owns A Rabbit In New Viral Ad & Clips From 'Seven Psychopaths'

    With a title like "Seven Psychopaths" one might expect an "Expendables" for the horror genre with Freddy, Jason and Michael Myers all appearing in one movie, but you'd be wrong. "Seven Psychopaths" instead refers to Colin Farrell, Christopher Walken, Tom Waits, Sam ...

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    Abu Dhabi Film Festival Announces 2012 Lineup (165 Films From 48 Countries, World Premieres)

    The Abu Dhabi Film Festival announced the full line-up of its upcoming sixth edition, which will run from October 11-20. A total of 81 feature length films and 84 short films representing 48 countries will be screened at the Festival, with world premieres from Algeria, Tunisia, Egypt, Lebanon, ...

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    Trading the Moors for Wine Country, Greg Berlanti to Modernize 'Wuthering Heights' For NBC

    Television's quest to make a modern-day adaptation of everything in the public domain continues apace with a new update of "Wuthering Heights" being developed at NBC.

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    Meet the Members of the New York Film Festival Critics Academy

    Allow us to introduce the young critics who will be covering the New York Film Festival for Criticwire.

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    Watch: New Clip From Tim Burton's 'Frankenweenie' Plus IMAX Poster For The Film

    Remember back in May when everyone (including us) was deriding Tim Burton for his adaptation of "Dark Shadows" and claiming it was evidence that the director was doomed to make turdburgers like it and "Alice in Wonderland" and "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" till th...

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    Indiewire @ Hulu Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month With Docs Collection

    We're in the middle of Hispanic Heritage Month -- the annual celebration of the heritage and culture of Hispanic and Latino/a Americans that takes place from September 15-October 15.

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    'The Iran Job' Filmmaker Till Schauder & Subject Kevin Sheppard Talk Iranian Basketball Fans, Crossing Culture Barriers & More

    When the documentary “The Iran Job” premiered at LA Film Festival earlier this summer, it was met with such a warm response that the festival had to add another screening to the schedule to accommodate the demand. This was due in no small part to the winning personality of subject Kevin Sheppard, a ...

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    Kenyan Crime Drama 'Nairobi Half Life' Is Country's Entry For Best Foreign Language Film Oscar

    Kenyan crime drama titled Nairobi Half Life, from director David Tosh Gitonga, is Kenya's selection for the Best Foreign Language Oscar category, making it just the second film from Kenya to be entered into the race (the first was 2008's Heart of Fire, a Kenyan/German co-...

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    Character Posters Arrive For Jason Bateman & Melissa McCarthy's 'Identity Thief'

    It’s been a hell of a year for “Bridesmaids” breakout star Melissa McCarthy -- she landed an Oscar nod for the Kristen Wiig-penned comedy and an Emmy for your parents’ favorite CBS sitcom “Mike & Molly” -- and she’s set to lead her first film with Jason ...

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    Jay Baruchel Confirms 'Goon' Sequel In The Works

    One of the more pleasant surprises of the year was Seann William Scott’s turn in the Jay Baruchel and Evan Goldberg-penned hockey comedy “Goon.” The Canuck laffer has spawned something of a cult, with the movie being a favorite in some corners of the internet, in addition to it doi...

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