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    Magnet Releasing Attracts Don Coscarelli's Sundance-SXSW Flick 'John Dies at the End'

    Magnet Releasing has acquired worldwide rights to Don Coscarelli’s sci-fi-horror film “John Dies at the End,” which is next scheduled to screen as the closing-night film of the Midnight Madness sidebar at the Toronto International Film Festival. The specialty distributor — th...

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    TIFF Preview: Fox Searchlight Pushes Oscar Contender 'The Sessions,' Releases Poster

    Fox Searchlight, which snapped up Ben Lewin's "The Sessions" (formerly "The Surrogate") at Sundance for $6 million, holds high Oscar hopes for film, which stars John Hawkes as journalist and poet Mark O'Brien, who is afflicted with polio but wants to have sex. (Think "My Left Foot.") Searchlight is ...

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    Gerard Butler Says He Won't Be Returning For '300: Battle Of Artemisia'

    Considering "300: Battle of Artemisia" isn't continuing the tale set forth by its predecessor, "300," it's not a complete shock that Gerard Butler won't be returning to reprise his role as King Leonidas. However, according to producer Bernie Goldman, there was a part for him and Lena Headey in the s...

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    Michonne Gets Her Own EW Cover This Week

    Michonne Gets Her Own EW Cover This Week

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  • Women and Hollywood
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    Guest Post: Nurture vs. Nuke

    Four years ago, when Sarah Palin was nominated to the Republican ticket, columnist Sally Quinn famously asked, “When the phone rings at three in the morning and one of her children is really sick, what choice will she make?”

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    Review: 'Hit And Run' Would Be A Fun Action Comedy If It Weren't For All That Comedy

    The fact that Charlie Bronson is the name of Dax Shepherd’s protagonist in the Shepherd-co-directed, Shepherd-written and Shepherd-starring “Hit and Run” tells you everything you need to know about the film. Particularly considering the film’s Bronson, a former getaway driver in deep trouble with a ...

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    New Details On David O. Russell's 'Nailed,' Film Unlikely To Ever See The Light Of Day

    The sorry saga of David O. Russell's "Nailed" is really a cautionary tale of working with shady financiers. The tale is one that has been told a few times over in the past couple of years, but in case you missed out, we'll recap it for you.

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    Criticwire Picks: The Visuals of 'Samsara' Propel It Ahead of Strong Field

    Chalk up another victory for the documentary. "Samsara," the new film from director Ron Fricke, begins its national tour of sorts on Friday with a solid string of advance reviews. Even against heavy competition, this feast-for-the-eyes doc currently has a B+ average among Criticwire gradin...

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    DirecTV Announces Start of Production on 'Rogue' Starring Thandie Newton + Official Synopsis

    Thandie Newton will star in a new DirecTV cop drama series titled Rogue, as an undercover cop, who in a personal vendetta, comes face to face with a high-profile gangster, after her son is killed in a drive-by shooting.

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    VODetails: 'The Tall Man'

    Is this new film from the director of "Martyrs" worth your VODollars?

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