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    Say Hello to The Playlist

    There's a goal we've been pursuing for awhile now at indieWIRE, one that we're finally ready to reveal today. This morning, we're thrilled to welcome our friends from top film website The Playlist to the indieWIRE Blog Network.

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    Anne Hathaway & James Franco Join List Of Contenders For 'Alien' Prequel

    Even though Natalie Portman is topping the studio wishlist for Ridley Scott's forthcoming "Alien" prequel, 20th Century Fox know that you don't always get what you want and some new names are surfacing to the lead role in the big budget pic.

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    'Glee' Creator Ryan Murphy May Direct 'Rocky Horror Picture Show' Remake

    In the latest case of raping fond memories/questionable obsessions, Fox 2000 is gearing up for a remake of "Rocky Horror Picture Show," with Ryan Murphy, creator of the insanely popular show "Glee," to take the directing reins.

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    First Poster For Ralph Fiennes' Modern Reimagining Of Shakespeare's 'Coriolanus'

    Here's the first poster for Ralph Fiennes' directorial debut and modern imagining of William Shakespeare's "Coriolanus" starring Fiennes himself in the lead role alongside Gerard Butler, Vanessa Redgrave, Jessica Chastain, James Nesbitt and Brian Cox.

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    James Gray Rewriting Charlie Hunnam's Dracula Actioner Script 'Vlad'

    Writer-director James Gray should probably be working on his planned adaptation of David Grann's "The Lost City Of Z" with Brad Pitt at the moment and, despite a lack of updates on the project since Cannes, we're still hoping for it to shoot after Pitt wraps on Bennet Miller's baseball-drama "Money...

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    Zuckerberg Denies Social Network Frame is Accurate

    In a "Startup School" conference at Sanford University, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg talks about how he dropped out of Harvard and how the The Social Network's framing device is the thing that's most wrong with the movie.

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    For Colored Girls Living Portraits Gallery

    For Colored Girls star Janet Jackson is hosting Tim Palen's "Living Portraits" opening night event at Manhattan's Lehman Maupin gallery on October 24. The 35mm series features the eight stars of For Colored Girls: Jackson, Thandie Newton, Whoopi Goldberg, Kerri Washington, Anika Noni Rose, Loretta D...

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    Post-Punk Auteur: The Films Of Olivier Assayas

    The Brooklyn Academy of Music (or BAM, if you prefer its punchier moniker) have titled their Olivier Assayas retrospective "Post-Punk Auteur." The musical connotations of that label slightly undersell the filmmaker's eclecticism—he digs up scores of post-punk tracks, sure, but he also borrows from M...

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    AFI Fest 2010 World Cinema and Special Categories Lineup

    AFI Fest 2010 announces the titles for its World Cinema, Midnight (comedy and horror), Alt/Art (films about art and artists) and Breakthrough (discovered via submissions) programs. The fest's offerings total 97 (66 features, 31 shorts). World Cinema selections includes fall fest holdovers Abbas Kiar...

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    Trailer Watch: The Fighter Builds Buzz for Bale

    Unable to press-screen David O. Russell's much-anticipated The Fighter until the week of November 10, Paramount has been valiantly building buzz until then. The gritty $24-million Relativity Media-funded biopic stars Mark Wahlberg (who earned a supporting actor Oscar nomination for The Departed) in ...

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