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    Cate Blanchett & Mia Wasikowska To Direct Segments In Omnibus Adaptation Of Tim Winton’s 'The Turning'

    While omnibus projects generally tend to be hit and miss affairs, they are intriguing in that they usually give directors a chance to try something they wouldn't or couldn't normally do in a feature, as well as exercise their skills within the tighter constraints of the format. Or in the cas...

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    Sorry Terrence Malick, The Weinstein Company Has Changed 'The Wettest County' To 'Lawless'

    Toldja? Okay, maybe not quite, but we read the tea leaves on this just a couple of weeks ago, and now it's pretty much official. John Hillcoat's "The Wettest County" will now be titled "Lawless." Sorry Terrence Malick!

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    Independent Film Festival Boston Sets Lineup; "Sleepwalk With Me" To Open

    The Independent Film Festival Boston has announced its lineup for the 2012 edition. 

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    Produced By Conference 2012 Speakers: Grazer, Jacobson, De Luca, Nolan, Phillips & More

    The Producer's Guild of America has lined up an impressive Hollywood roster to participate in the fourth annual Produced By Conference, June 8-10 at the Sony Pictures Studio lot. .

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    'Warrior' Actor Carlos Miranda Joins Sofia Coppola's 'The Bling Ring' Plus Details On The Script

    While most of us on staff were far from fans of Sofia Coppola's last picture, "Somewhere" (a picture that does have its defenders, nevertheless), the filmmaker is so gifted, and has enough goodwill from her earlier pictures, that we're more than happy to follow her wherever she's going. And in the l...

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    Abigail Breslin To Tread Darker Paths Opposite Halle Berry In Brad Anderson's 'The Hive'

    It was a quiet 2011 for Abigail Breslin, having lent her voice to “Rango“ and pure name recognition to “New Years Eve,” but recently the young actress has lined up high-profile projects left and right, and we can now add Brad Anderson's “The Hive” to the ...

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    Spike Lee Heading To Brazil To Shoot Doc On Country's Economic Advances On Global Stage; Afro Brazilians Concerned

    Well how about that? Overall, his documentaries have been strong, so I'm looking forward to seeing what develops here.

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    Interview with Nina Jacobson: Producer of the Hunger Games

    Nina Jacobson is poised to have a really great weekend.  She's about to open The Hunger Games which if tracking and advance sales hold will be one of the best opening weekends ever.  She answered some questions by phone as the film gets ready to roll out

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    "Cosmopolis": Post 9/11 Allegory or Economic Crash Parable?

    Don DeLillo is my favorite author, and David Cronenberg is one of my favorite filmmakers. The announcement that Cronenberg would lend his "Crash"-like sensibility to the first film adaptation of one of DeLillo's novels -- 2003's "Cosmopolis" -- stirred in me no shortag...

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    Watch: Wes Anderson-Directed Stop Motion Animated Spot For Xperia Featuring Robots

    While we await Wes Anderson's Cannes-opening "Moonrise Kingdom," some of our impatience has been alleviated by the director's ad work. He got behind the camera for two ads for Hyundai that aired during the Super Bowl, and now he's lent his talents to a small, cute spot for Xper...

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