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    David Krumholtz , Clark Gregg & James Tupper Join 'Mr. Popper's Penguins'

    The cast of "Mr. Popper's Penguins" is starting to finally fill itself out. David Krumholtz (CBS' "Numbers"), Clark Gregg ("Iron Man," director of "Choke") and James Tupper (ABC's "Men in Trees") have joined the cast that already includes Jim Carrey and Carla Gugino.

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    Doha Tribeca Sets Talks, Jury; Adds Seven Titles

    The second annual Doha Tribeca Film Festival made a slew of announcements today, including the lineup for new films, the festival's jury, and Doha Talks, a series of Panels, Masterclass, Sideview and Industry events.

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    Welcome To Our New Home

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    One More Dance: Wiseman's "Boxing Gym"

    Frederick Wiseman is nothing if not consistent. From the classic, groundbreaking 1967 Titicut Follies, about a crumbling Massachusetts insane asylum, to 2009’s critically adored La Danse: The Paris Opera Ballet, the formidable filmmaking icon has stringently employed the techniques that have become synonymous with his name. His form of documentary purism—applied to an astonishingly wide range of topics, from the inner workings of state government (State Legislature) to the evolution of a silver mining town into a playground for the rich (Aspen)—relies on immersion and meticulously edited observation rather than subtitles, narration, interview...

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    The Playlist Joins IndieWIRE Blog Network

    I am delighted to welcome one of my favorite movie blogs, ThePlaylist, to the indieWIRE Blog Network, where it will go live Tuesday morning.

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    LFF '10 Reviews: 'Everything Must Go, 'The Arbor,' 'Never Let Me Go' & 'Let Me In'

    So, the 54th BFI London Film Festival's been underway for a few days now, and, unsurprisingly, we're already behind on reviews. Fortunately, the big ticket premieres from the first few days were "Never Let Me Go" and "Let Me In," films which have already opened in the US, and been covered in some de...

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    New Rules, Same Movie: 'Scream 4' Trailer Arrives

    Are you ready for another "Scream" movie? No? Well, too bad.

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    Mulligan to Take "Breakthrough Performance" Honors at Palm Springs Fest

    Academy Award nominee Carey Mulligan will be presented with the "Breakthrough Performance Award" for her work in the currently released drama "Never Let Me Go" and "Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps," at the 22nd annual Palm Springs International Film Festival. The awards gala, taking place January 8 ...

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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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    Indomina Snatches "Bodyguards" for the U.S.

    U.S. rights to Hong Kong title "Bodyguards and Assassins" by Teddy Chen have been picked up by Indomina Releasing. Starring martial artist and Hong Kong action star Donnie Yen ("Hero") and Leon Lai ("Seven Swords"), the film follows a motley crew of five men and women fighting for freedom and democr...

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