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    Weekly Indiewire Clicks: The Best News, Reviews, and Features

    This week on Indiewire, we were honored to be chosen as this year's Webby winner in the "Movie & Film" category.  In more sombre news, Adam Yauch, founder of Oscilloscope and member of the Beastie Boys, passed away late this week.  Also this week: Tribeca wrapped; Kathlee...

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    New 'Dark Shadows' Images Show Off Alice Cooper's Cameo & More

    While the multiplex explodes this weekend with superheroes emerging out of every cinematic orifice, next week the blockbuster movie leading the pack will be quite a different beast altogether. A vampire and a witch will battle it out in the 1970s in the high concept fantasy/horror/comedy hybrid "Dar...

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    'Sherlock' and 8 Other Television Reinventions of Sherlock Holmes

    One of the reasons that "Sherlock," the BBC's delicious contemporary adaptation of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's famous detective stories, is such a pleasure is that it's a reinvention that's also logical and deeply faithful in spirit. Holmes, played by Benedict Cumberbatch, may be modern, but he's still...

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    'Snowtown' Director Justin Kurzel To Helm Adaptation Of John Le Carré's 'Our Kind Of Traitor'

    While we'll have to wait see if the team behind "Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy" ever gets the sequel "Smiley's People" going, it looks like fans of John Le Carré have another adaptation to look forward to.

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    In Theaters: 'The Avengers' Is 'A Little Bit Of Heaven'; Have It 'My Way' At 'The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel'

    Well, people, it’s here. Each year, starting around Memorial Day and continuing through the early weeks of summer, we find ourselves knee-deep in a period marked by the release of monstrously large popcorn flicks, movies that show off stars and special effects while raking in the dough. That’s right...

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    First Look At Alden Ehrenreich & Alice Englert In 'Beautiful Creatures'; Release Date Slightly Bumped To February 15, 2013

    We gotta admit, Alden Ehrenreich as a potential franchise star for a series of young adult books leaping to the big screen, is still a hard concept to adjust to. But like it or not, it's coming, and the actor, who has mostly been playing around with the Coppolas ("Tetro," "Twixt,&...

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    Oscilloscope Founder and Beastie Boy Adam Yauch Dies of Cancer: David Fenkel to Stay On UPDATE

    Adam Yauch, best-known as a member of the hip-hop group the Beastie Boys, has died at age 47, reports Rolling Stone. Yauch, also a founder of indie distribution label Oscilloscope Laboratories ("Wendy and Lucy," "We Need to Talk About Kevin") was diagnosed with cancer after discovering a salivary gl...

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    5 Indie Box Office Summer Showdowns

    Earlier this week, Indiewire offered our annual summer preview, suggesting 20 films specialty audiences "must see" this season. But we thought might supplement that with some predictions of what people will see.

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    Wow: Jonah Hill Joins Martin Scorsese's 'The Wolf Of Wall Street' With Leonardo DiCaprio

    There are two sides to Jonah Hill. The guy who will make jokes about getting to second base with an old man in "The Watch" trailer, and the actor who has been emerging as a major dramatic talent across films like "Cyrus" and, of course, his Oscar-nominated turned "Moneyball....

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