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    Amy Heckerling's 'Vamps' Heading To Theaters This Halloween

    Anchor Bay has picked up the North American rights to "Clueless" director Amy Heckerling's comic vampire flick "Vamps," which reunites Heckerling with Alicia Silverstone. The deal was negotiated by Kevin Kasha, Josh Thomashow and Marc Barson for Anchor Bay Films; Cassian...

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    COLCOA 2012 Opening Night, From New "My Way' to 'A Trip to the Moon' and 'Breathless'

    Opening night at the City of Lights City of Angels French film week at the Directors Guild always features sweet champagne and pastries, a mediocre French movie that the French consider to be the kind of commercial film American distributors should embrace but never do...

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    'Mad Men' Star Jared Harris To Lead Hammer Films Horror 'The Quiet Ones'

    Hammer Films is enjoying a healthy 2012. The rebooted U.K. horror shingle is basking in the $120 million worldwide success of "The Woman In Black" and they they are already at work on the next installment, "The Woman In Black: Angels Of Death." But they've also got a new orig...

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    12 New Films We're Excited For At Tribeca 2012

    The 2012 Tribeca Film Festival kicks off Wednesday night with a lineup that many are suggesting could be its strongest in recent memory. Indiewire will on the scene for the entire fest (which runs through April 29th), offering reviews and features from all things Tribeca. But before we kick off our ...

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    New Pics From 'G.I. Joe: Retaliation' Come Out Of The Packaging

    With all this talk of "The Avengers," "Dark Shadows," "The Dark Knight Rises" and "Prometheus" it seems the sequel no one asked for, "G.I. Joe: Retaliation" is getting left out of the conversation. But even if it's a movie that no one who bought ...

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    Focus World and Tugg Catch an 'Extraterrestrial'

    Focus World, Focus Features' alternative distribution label, has acquired the science fiction comedy "Extraterrestrial," directed by Academy Award-nominee Nacho Vigalondo, in partnership with Tugg, the platform that lets people choose which films play at their local theaters. The ...

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    Contest: 3 Copies Of The BluRay Combo Pack For 'Shame'; Free Museum Of Sex Screening Tonight

    Drawing controversy for its NC-17 rating and frank depiction of sexuality, it speaks to the power of Steve McQueen's "Shame" that the quality of the film itself managed rose above the chatter, solidfying itself as one of the finest of 2011.

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    The 9/11 Pretender at the Center of 'The Woman Who Wasn't There'

    What kind of person would lie about being a World Trade Center survivor? Tania Head, real name Alicia Esteve Head and the focus of documentary "The Woman Who Wasn't There" (airing on the Investigation Discovery channel tonight at 8pm and currently playing at the Quad Cinema), did just ...

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    Bing Crosby on Acid? 10 Films Plucked from Obscurity at the 8th Biannual Orphan Film Symposium

    Every two years, a group of film geeks -- archivists, preservationists, historians, filmmakers and cinephiles -- get together to share films, videos, and other moving-image material that has gone unnoticed for years. NYU Professor Dan Streible is the mastermind behind the biannual conference that ge...

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    Mark Ruffalo Says Scarlett Johansson Might Not Co-Star In 'Can A Song Save Your Life?'; Eyeing Country Singer Role In Kenneth Lonergan's Play ‘Hang On To Me, Darling’

    When Mark Ruffalo was announced as the successor to Ed Norton’s Hulk/Bruce Banner for “The Avengers,” many eyebrows were raised and, in the case of the fanboys, many wondered if the actor known for his acclaimed work in indie dramas could do the job. However, if there’s one thing Ruffalo has proven ...

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