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    Universal Greenlights Paul Greengrass Directed 'Memphis'; Filming Starts In June

    Despite the rather ugly dissolution of "Bourne 4" and the poor box office performance of "Green Zone," it looks like Paul Greengrass and Universal are still best buds after all.

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    First Look At Terrence Malick's Untitled Romance With Ben Affleck & Rachel McAdams

    In case you forgot, in addition to Terrence Malick's highly anticipated, cinema breaking, cosmos exploring "The Tree of Life" set to this theaters this spring, the director has second film on the way and it looks like we won't have wait a half decade to see it.

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    Me and Mike Tyson Talk Oscars

    Oscar Talk with Mike Tyson & Leonard Maltin from Mike Tyson

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    New Posters For Pedro Almodóvar's 'The Skin That I Inhabit' Might As Well Be From 'Saw VIII'

    With Cannes just around the corner, Pedro Almodóvar's "The Skin That I Inhabit" has been highly tipped to take a competition slot and we can hardly wait to see what the helmer has in store as the film looks unlike anything he's done before. The film is a revenge picture based on crime novelist Thierry Jonque‘s 2005 book, “Tarantula,” about a plastic surgeon’s revenge on the man who raped his daughter. But really, that’s just scratching the surface. You can bet this film, which has a loathsome protagonist who, while seeking justice for his daughter, keeps his wife imprisoned and subjects her to humiliating sexual acts with strangers, won't be ...

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    James Franco Has Directed A 12-Hour Movie Using Outtakes From 'My Own Private Idaho'

    Also Has Another Film In The Can With A Score By Michael StipeDoes James Franco sleep? It seems this guy spends every waking moment being productive and at the rate of his output, he'll have enough work to start filling his own museum and frankly, we wouldn't be surprised if he built one. The James ...

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    VIDEO: Mike Tyson Takes on Leonard Maltin and the Oscars

    indieWIRE's own Leonard Maltin chats with Mike Tyson about the Oscars and Tyson's own, criminally overlooked, Weinstein Company drama, "The Pigeon Whisperer."

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    Oscar Thoughts

    This time last year I was giddy with excitement in anticipation of the Oscars. The narrative about the awards was all about a woman finally being able to break through the boys club and claim the big prize. There was a lot of talk throughout the culture about the fact that in 82 years only four wo...

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    Watch: Trailer For Danny Boyle's Stage Version Of 'Frankenstein'

    While the sorely overlooked "127 Hours" is up for six Oscars this weekend, we've resigned ourselves to the fact that it will likely walk away empty-handed, but that blow will definitely be softened as, in just a few weeks, Danny Boyle will be unveiling his stage version of "Frankenstein" and it look...

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    Was "The King's Speech" Made on a UK Gay Porn Set?

    In this very NSFW post on Queer Click, it is confirmed (via comparative photos... half of which involve gay sex, hence the NSFW) that "The King's Speech" used the same set as UK Naked Men, who filmed "at least a jerk-off if not a major rimming and man-fuck scene in the same room as this Oscar Award ...

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    Louis Leterrier & Universal Team For Ambitious Sci-Fi Pic 'G'

    Director Louis Leterrier is kicking off the new year with a bang. Last week, the helmer signed on to direct the Summit thriller "Now You See Me" and now he's got another picture in the works.

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