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    Watch: Trailer For Rowan Joffe's 'Brighton Rock' Starring Sam Riley & Andrea Riseborough

    After only recently pondering the prospects for screenwriter Rowan Joffe's adaptation of Graham Greene's classic underworld thriller "Brighton Rock," the first trailer for the film has now been unveiled in preparation for its upcoming theatrical release in the U.K. and recent premieres at the London...

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    Bigfoot Lives On The Moon Or Something In Poster For 'Apollo 18'

    This Movie Would Be Better If It Was About Apollo Creed Going To The MoonSo a new poster has dropped for the Timur Bekmambetov -produced found footage space thriller monster thingy "Apollo 18" and it's pretty hilariously dorky for a film that will probably take itself far more seriously than it shou...

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    Latest Round Of UK Film Council Funding Reveals New Hammer & Tongs Project

    Plus Jane Goldman Adapting Peter Ackroyd Novel 'Dan Leno and the Limehouse Golem' & More As we discussed earlier in the year, the British film industry has historically been heavily reliant on government subsidy, via the UK Film Council, an institution short-sightedly scrapped by the new government...

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    Will Forte & Bill Hader To Join 'Ghostbusters 3'?

    Anna Faris Also Linked To FilmA flurry of activity surrounds the still-gestating "Ghostbusters 3," and while some of it smells fishy, there still remains the possibility of a kernel of truth. The guys at What's Playing have apparently unearthed some casting news from their source at Sony, who can't ...

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    First Looks At 'The Hangover 2,' 'Horrible Bosses,' 'Hall Pass' & 'Something Borrowed'

    It's almost December, which means that 2010 is already starting to sneak out from under the covers, before putting its clothes on and disappearing forever. That in turn means that the studios are starting to send out their promotional materials for their 2011 slates. Between these and the 2011 previ...

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    Universal And Sony Find New Fall 2011 Dates For 'The Thing' And 'Moneyball'

    Running a studio is a lot like playing chess. You really have to know how to utilize your pieces and position them for success, but also be aware of what the opposition is up to. Sometimes you have to sacrifice a pawn in order to make a bigger score, and sometimes gambles don't pay off. As such, peo...

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    Oscar Watch Q & A: Diane Lane Talks Secretariat, Feminism, Daddy Directors

    Diane Lane submitted to my Secretariat Q & A for SAG members Friday night. The 45-year-old actress, who launched her career opposite Laurence Olivier in A Little Romance at age 13, may be coming from behind right now in the Oscar race for best actress. But she's one of those popular folks that her p...

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    LACMA Premieres John Woo's Complete Red Cliff

    Finally. LACMA concludes its Hard Boiled Hong Kong series with the Los Angeles premiere of John Woo's full-length third-century wuxia epic Red Cliff in all its glory. The five-hour version has everything--costumes, history, drama, battles, horses, burning armadas, romance--and an ensemble of gorgeou...

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    'Black Swan' Features 3 New Songs By The Chemicals Brothers, New Tracks By Pete Min, Jakes & More

    Yesterday, a curious bit of marketing for "Black Swan" dropped in the shape of a music video set to some rockin' beats.

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    Gyllenhaal's Strengths Evident in 'Source Code.'

    I wasn't too wild about the Jake Gyllenhaal-Anne Hathaway vehicle "Love and Other Drugs," which I wrote about in this new essay for indieWIRE, but let me clear: I have an affinity for both of those actors. Hathaway's bold willingness to play against her star persona with her icky rehab-bound character in "Rachel Getting Married" proved she can really inhabit the skin of a persona, no matter how unpleasant. And Gyllenhaal has always impressed me as the rare leading man to combine youthful vitality with a mysterious dark side, as he displayed in performances ranging from "Donnie Darko" to "Brokeback Mountain." Now comes "Source Code," director ...

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