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    Awards Watch: Directors Guild Changes Policy on Awards Screeners

    In a significant sign of the times, after long insisting that their 14,000 members only view contenders for Directors Guild of America awards on the big screen, the national board of the DGA is now allowing distributors to send award screeners to their membership.

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    Abbie Cornish & Brendan Gleeson To Star In Thriller 'An Ordinary Man' Directed By Brad Silberling

    "An Ordinary Man" directed by Brad Silberling....does it sound vaguely familiar? Well, if you have a good memory, you might remember this project came up on the radar two years ago but it now looks like things are ready to press forward.

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    BloodyDisgusting.com and The Collective Partner on Film Finishing Fund for Indie Genre Filmmakers

    Calling all low-budget genre directors: Do you have a horror or sci-fi film with a great ending but have run out of money to get there? Well, BloodyDisgusting.com and the Collective may just come to the rescue.

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    The War on Women is Real in 'The Dictator' Red Band Trailer

    Wow, they went there. The war on women is real in the new red band trailer for "The Dictator." Only Sacha Baron Cohen could be this offensively hilarious. Here's our review from CinemaCon.

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    'Piranha 3DD' Soundtrack Features The Limousines, Amber Pacific, All The Right Moves & More

    Despite a very underwhelming North American haul ($25 million), "Piranha 3D" did well enough globally ($83 million) to justify a sequel in the eyes of The Weinstein Company. Due June 1st, "Piranha 3DD" now has a soundtrack to accompany it. Scheduled for a May 29th digital release, the 17-track sound...

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    'Prometheus' Is Officially Rated R; New TV Spot Shows Off Bits Of New Footage

    After much speculation and discussion, it looks like Fox honcho Tom Rothman has stayed true to his word that Ridley Scott's "Prometheus" "will not be compromised" -- it will be rated R.

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    Rashida Jones & Olivia Colman Feel The 'Cuban Fury'; Jackie Robinson Biopic '42' Adds John C. McGinley & More

    One of the biggest compliments one could give to the Apatow-era of comedy is the development of talent, often very young and unheralded, from all around the world. Take, for instance, the international ensemble for "Bridesmaids" which featured Americans (Melissa McCarthy, Ellie Kemper), Br...

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    Schwarzenegger Will Be Back with Open Road's 'Ten'; David Ayer to Direct

    Arnold Schwarzenegger will star in "Ten," with directer David Ayer at the helm. Open Road takes US distribution rights to the film, which will be finance by QED International. The action thriller is penned by Skip Woods ("X-Men Origins: Wolverine"), and follows an elite DEA task force that deals wit...

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    What Next For Joss Whedon, Marvel & Hollywood After The Mammoth Success Of 'The Avengers'?

    Most people thought "The Avengers" would make money. The five official Marvel movies to date, from 2008's "Iron Man" to last year's "Captain America" had, after all, made over $2.2 billion worldwide. But most figured that, given that the film followed on to four franchises simultaneously, that there...

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    Drama/Thriller "96 Minutes" Heading To DVD May 29th

    Aimee Lagos' drama/thriller 96 Minutes, will be released on DVD on May 29, 2012.

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