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    Jennifer Lawrence Will Star In Sissy Spacek's Directorial Debut 'Sweet Tea'

    Says She'll Head Straight From 'Hunger Games' To SetUpdate: Entertainment Weekly has taken down their story and sources close to the project tell us that Lawrence is not attached to the film. Considering her comments, one must assume there has been some discussions, but no deal has been signed as of...

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    #Cannes: The Men Who Weren't There

    #Cannes: The Men Who Weren't There

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    Seattle International Film Festival Weekend One: The Whistleblower, First Grader, Happy Happy, Ex

    Meredith Brody continues to cut a swath through spring film fests, moving from San Francisco to Seattle. Amazingly, there are still films she has not seen! Take that, you measly ten-day and two-week film festivals: the Seattle International Film Festival, 37 years old and counting, runs from May 19 ...

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    Rewind: The Week In Movies, May 15th-May 22nd

    Amidst Cannes fervor, it was a wildly active week at The Playlist, with a number of big stories regarding "Tintin," "The Dark Knight Returns" and... Hitler.

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    See Dunst Squirm, Laugh, Shift In Her Seat and a Whole Lot More

    Bless Kirsten Dunst for keeping it real in Cannes. Want to see the gauntlet of emotions that ran across her face during Lars Von Trier's rant? Check out this compilation of animated clips that track her increasing disbelief while it went down.

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    Cannes '11 | 28 Cannes Reviews

    Since kicking off last Wednesday with the world premiere of Woody Allen's well received "Midnight in Paris," the 64th Festival de Cannes has churned out one anticipated title after another. indieWIRE's Eric Kohn has been busy on the scene from day one of the event to review a slew of titles. Check o...

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    Cannes Winners and Losers: Malick, Pitt, Von Trier, Dunst, Dujardin, Gosling, Refn, Kaurismaki

    The festival is finally over, the awards given. It was the strongest selection in years, and I saw more of the competition films than usual. Who came out ahead and behind this year?

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    Cannes: Terrence Malick's 'The Tree Of Life' Wins The Coveted Palme d'Or Prize

    More context, possibly later in the day, but we've been taking the winners straight off the livestream and just posting in brief for now.

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    Cannes: Tree of Life Wins Palme d'Or, Jean Dujardin Actor, Dardennes and Ceylan Share Grand Prix

    Jane Fonda shows off her French and then says, "Let's cut to the chase." Jury chief Robert DeNiro announces the Palme d'Or winner: The Tree of Life. It's a popular choice in the press room. Producers Bill Pohlad and Dede Gardner accept for director Terrence Malick. "Bravo!" say folks in the hall.

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    Weekend Box Office: 'Pirates 4' Scores Biggest Global Debut Of All-Time Despite Being A Shitty Movie

    This weekend, Disney pooled their resources with Jerry Bruckheimer and produced an insta-blockbuster. Apathy is the name of the game with “Pirates Of The Caribbean: On Stranger Tides,” which scored the biggest bow of 2011 despite being a piece of shit that grossed lower in its opening frame than its...

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