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    MGM Suing To Halt Production On 'Raging Bull II' Because, Obviously

    Well, this was bound to happen sooner or later. With production underway on "Raging Bull II," MGM has pulled out the big guns, suing to not only halt the production of the movie, but also be awarded punitive damages “in an amount sufficient to punish the RB II defendants and to ...

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    Take Another Look At Spike Lee's 'Red Hook Summer' With 10 New Images

    You've likely already been feeling the intense heat the summer is bringing already, and if you're looking for a cool place to escape in August, you might want to hit up your local arthouse where you'll still be able to feel the season's sweaty and sticky vibe, but in air conditioned ...

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    Netflix Reports 1 Billion Hours of Viewership in June

    Netflix had its best month ever this past June, with subscriber viewership reaching a billion hours of content. This breaks down to 33 million hours of video for each day of the month, and 1.4 million hours per hour.

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    Which Indie Films are Winning (and Losing) in 2012? Indiewire's Mid-Year Box Office Report

    Last summer, when Indiewire reported on the indie box office for the first half of 2011, we saw a hopeful turn in comparison to the year prior. A year later, it seems reasonable to suggest that not only has that trend held, but that things are continuing to spiral upward.

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    10 TV Stars Who Deserve Emmy Nominations (But Probably Won't Get Them)

    We're still months and months away from the Oscars, but the other awards ceremony of the moving image is starting to sneak up; two weeks from today, the nominations for the Primetime Emmys, the biggest awards honoring television comedies, dramas, miniseries and movies, will be announced, ahead of th...

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    Watch: Tracy Morgan, Jesse Eisenberg Dramedy 'Why Stop Now' Gets A Trailer

    IFC Films acquired North American rights to the Sundance indie dramedy titled, which was titled Predisposed, but will now be called Why Stop Now, with the tagline, "A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To Rehab," as the first official poster shows.

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    Martin Donovan Reveals the Love Affair/Knife Fight Nature of Directing Actors After Making His Directorial Debut, 'Collaborator'

    Martin Donovan Reveals the Love Affair/Knife Fight Nature of Directing Actors After Making His Directorial Debut, 'Collaborator'

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    The 30 Highest Grossing Specialty Films of 2012 (So Far)

    Here's a chart of 2012's thirty highest grossing films tracked by Indiewire's box office charts, as of July 1, 2012.

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    New Images From The Weinsteins' 'The Sapphires' Starring Chris O'Dowd

    Before the Cannes Film Festival even began this year, The Weinstein Company made their usual round of high-profile acquisitions, and among the more curious selections, a largely unknown Aussie flick called “The Sapphires” made its way into the mix. As more info was released, it became cl...

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    New Doc Investigates Slavery's Role In Success Of African American And Caribbean Sprinters

    Surely to inspire lots of debate... ahead of this summer's Olympics in London, a documentary airing tonight on Channel 4 in the UK asks why all the successful track and field sprinters can trace their ancestry back to the trans-Atlantic slave trade.

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