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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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    'Winter's Bone' Leads The 2010 Gotham Awards With 3 Nominations Including Best Picture

    The first salvo in the 2010 awards season has rung out via the 2010 Gotham Independent Film Awards and so far, Debra Granik's "Winter's Bone" has come out on top leading the pack with three nominations, including, Best Feature, Best Ensemble Performance and Breakthrough Actor for the film's star Jen...

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    Celeb Watch: Saoirse Ronan's Killer Slate, Hamm on Cusp of Movie Stardom, Gibson in Hangover 2

    - Vulture chats with Saoirse Ronan, who at sixteen has had more meaty dramatic roles than most actresses twice her age. True, she has played children: she led us into the heart of Joe Wright's Atonement and almost made Peter Jackson's The Lovely Bones worth watching. After a turn in Peter Weir's ensemble The Way Back (which rolls out in December and January), she boasts two more adult roles, in Joe Wright's Hanna (Focus) and Geoffrey Fletcher's indie Violet & Daisy. She plays a teen raised by her father (Eric Bana) as a killer in the former (April 2011) and an assassin in the latter (with Alexis Bledel, James Gandolfini and Danny Trejo). Desp...

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    Terry George To Rewrite 'Safe House' With Denzel Washington & Ryan Reynolds

    "Safe House" has got all kinds of heat around it. Firstly, the script by David Guggenheim (no, not Davis, the director of "Waiting For Superman") caused a Hollywood bidding war earlier this year, and after Denzel Washington took the lead role, another minor frenzy was caused as every young actor vie...

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    Quick Analysis: Women Figure Big at Gotham Awards

    It's worth noting that films by women dominated today's Gotham Award nominations.

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    Gotham Nominees Signal Awards Season Indie Players, Led by Winter's Bone

    This year's Gotham Award nominees from Independent Feature Project signal the key indie players in this year's awards season. Fox Searchlight's Black Swan, Weinstein Co.'s Blue Valentine, Focus Features' The Kids Are All Right and Roadside Attractions' Winter's Bone were expected to lead the best fe...

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    Oh Look, RDJ & Jude Law In Old-Timey Clothes: First Pictures From 'Sherlock Holmes 2'

    It must drive studios insane when faraway/blurry photos from highly anticipated films hit the web in advance of official marketing material, but it's hard to keep a lid on set photos these days.

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    'Wolverine 2' Likely Shooting In NY To Accommodate Aronofsky, Production Should Begin March 2011

    Let's be incredibly brief here since this project seems to be a done deal.

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    More Details Emerge On Terrence Malick's Next Film; Javier Bardem & Barry Pepper Will Play Priests

    Now that we know "The Tree Of Life" will finally hit theaters in 2011, we can start obsessing on the director's next project, the untitled feature that currently is shooting in Oklahoma.

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