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    Cannes Day One: Robin Hood Gets Off to a Slow Burn

    With Ridley Scott recovering from knee surgery, that left Russell Crowe, Cate Blanchett and Imagine's Brian Grazer to field the press conference for the 63rd Cannes opener, Robin Hood.

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    Robson Takes Over New Movie Initiatives at MTV

    As I previously reported, AOL Moviefone editor-in-chief Scott Robson has landed on his feet at MTV as VP of New Movie Initiatives. Robson will oversee new movie-related projects at MTV Music Group’s MTV.com and VH1.com to enhance and expand movie-related content. He reports to MTV Networks Music & L...

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    Cannes Winner Cut: Sundance Challenged for Pulling Bomb Plotline Picture

    In the wake of a failed car bombing attempt in New York City last week, the Sundance Channel has yanked from its programming schedule Julia Loktev's critically acclaimed film "Day Night Day Night," about a young female suicide bomber who plans to detonate herself in Times Square.

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    Earthquake in the U.S. Distribution Landscape

    IF YOU ARE NOT LOGGED INTO IMDbPRO YOU MAY NOT BE ABLE TO WORK ALL THESE LINKS.

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    Wolfe Releasing Takes Four Titles

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    Cannes't (Redux)

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    REVIEW | Art-house Crowd Pleaser: Loach Lightens Up with "Looking for Eric"

    This review was originally published as part of indieWIRE's coverage of the 2009 Cannes Film Festival, where "Looking For Eric" premiered. The film is being released theatrically this Friday in North America via IFC Films.

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    Filmmaker Interview: Michael Paul Stephenson Returns to Nilbog in "Best Worst Movie"

    "Best Worst Movie" is the acclaimed feature length documentary that takes audiences on an off-beat journey into the undisputed worst movie in cinematic history: "Troll 2." The film is scheduled to open theatrically this Friday, May 14.

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