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    Charlie Sheen & Lindsay Lohan Will Be Killed Off In Opening Of 'Scary Movie 5'

    Quick, can you name the people killed off in the opening of the four "Scary Movie" films to date? If you answered Carmen Electra, Natasha Lyonne, Jenny McCarthy, Pamela Anderson, Shaquille O'Neal and Dr. Phil, then this bit of news might be of importance to you. It will also be a spoil...

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    Trailer Watch: One Shih Tzu, 'Seven Psychopaths'

    The trailer for "Seven Psychopaths," starring Christopher Walken, Colin Farrell, Woody Harrelson, Sam Rockwell, Olga Kurylenko, Abbie Cornish and Tom Waits, has arrived. Writer-director Martin McDonagh ("In Bruges") will debut his sophomore feature in Toronto before its theatrical release...

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    New Images From Cate Shortland's 'Lore' & 'A Late Quartet' With Philip Seymour Hoffman, Catherine Keener & More

    If you can't make it to TIFF, there is no shortage of images to at least make it feel like you're there. And they continue to roll out as the festival finalizes its slate. And let's continue to dip into it...

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    Preview Feature Doc 'Moses' (Story Of Homeless Man Struggling Between Hope & Pull Of The Streets)

    20 years on the streets. 5 years in the making. The astonishingly true story of a homeless man struggling between the hope of a second chance & the gravity of the streets. A feature doc sparked by a fiction short.

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    Producers Berger and Yerxa Talk 'Ruby Sparks,' 'Nebraska,' 'Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman,' 'Louder than Bombs'

    At a time when it has never been tougher to get a movie made, credit is due to indie producers Ron Yerxa and Albert Berger, who have slowly but surely turned out quality indie pics ever since they hung their Bona Fide Productions shingle back in 1993. Their most recent film, romantic comedy "Ruby Sp...

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    Robert Pattinson Joins Werner Herzog's 'Queen Of The Desert' With Naomi Watts

    Now, this is how you not only get over a breakup, but continue to build a helluva resume. Say what you will about Robert Pattinson, but he is using his "Twilight" fame to take on challenging, interesting projects. Over the past few months, he's attached himself to "Mission: Blackl...

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    Solving 29 Movie Mysteries

    The movie nerds over at Time have attempted to solve and/or explain 29 Movie Head-Scratchers, from "Casablanca" and "The Exorcist" to "The Hangover" and "The Wrestler." They may not deliver solid answers, but they ask provocative questions and lay out relevant evidence. Here are eight head-scratcher...

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    Exclusive: Clip From Award Winning Indie Drama 'Blue Collar Boys'

    Getting a film out in the world is a tough business, but for writer/director Mark Nistico, the effort behind his feature debut "Blue Collar Boys" has paid off with some recognition. Traveling the festival circuit, the movie earned Best Picture (Micro Budget) at the Toronto Independent Film...

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    Visit Films Partners with GoDigital to Release Documentary 'Ben Lee: Catch My Disease' on VOD

    Visit Films announced today that it is partnering with GoDigital on the digital release of Amiel Courtin-Wilson's ("Bastardy," "Hail") documentary "Ben Lee: Catch My Disease" November 6. The documentary paints a playful portrait of the Australian singer-songwri...

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    'Bridesmaids' Star Rebel Wilson To Lead Miguel Arteta's 'Unicorn Store'

    While larger than life guys like Kevin James and Seth Rogen can command leading roles in movies, when it comes to women, the playbook isn't the same. Sure, women are allowed to be funny too, but generally only if they’re deemed skinny and attractive enough first. Hell, they even cast Renee Zellweger...

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