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    Catherine Keener, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Toni Collette to Star in Nicole Holofcener's New Film

    Nicole Holofcener’s untitled new project began principal photography on Monday in Los Angeles.  The film will be distributed by Fox Searchlight.

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    The Adrienne Shelly Foundation Announces 2012 Grant Recipients

    The Adrienne Shelly Foundation announced their five new grant recipients for 2012. The five grants are awarded in conjunction with other organizations/ institutions including: Columbia University, Boston University, Tribeca All Access, Women in Film Finishing Fund and the American Film Institute. T...

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    The Surprisingly Sympathetic Underdog of 'The Newsroom' Responds to the Show's Critics: 'We're a fantasy TV show!'

    While Aaron Sorkin's HBO drama "The Newsroom" continues to polarize audiences and madden many critics with an attitude toward the world of journalism that might gently be described as high-handed, one character has emerged as a complex and surprisingly sympathetic counterpoint to the f...

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    New Images: Robert Redford In 'All Is Lost'; Kristen Stewart In 'Breaking Dawn 2' & The Weinstein's 'Populaire'

    Screw in your eyeballs, and take a sneak peek at some movies coming soon....and not so soon....to a theater to near you.

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    Senegalese Mati Diop’s Gothic Tale Set In Contemporary Africa ('Fire Next Time') Gets Funding Boost

    Announced last fall, the Locarno Film Festival's Open Doors co-production mart focused on French-speaking Sub-Saharan Africa this year. The prominent Swiss fest recruited African cinema pros to consult in selecting a dozen participating projects that were to be announced in May. 

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    Paramount Inks Deal With Christopher McQuarrie For Tom Clancy's 'Without Remorse'

    It seems it's all about world building right now. With Marvel proving it can make a billion dollar success by tying together their superhero movies, other studios are giving it a shot. Universal will show the connective tissue between "The Bourne Ultimatum" and "The Bourne Legacy&...

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    Tyler Perry Will Present Acting Challenges To 'ANTM' Contestants; Winner Gets Role In Upcoming Movie

    According to TVGuide.com, Tyler Perry and Alicia Keys will appear on the new season of the CW's America's Next Top Model.

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    Busy Jennifer Lawrence Balances Franchise Paydays with Indie Fare; Wanted for 'Ends of the Earth'

    With both David O. Russell's "Silver Linings Playbook" (November 21) and Suzanne Bier's "Serena" (2013) in the bag, Jennifer Lawrence is a lock for two "Hunger Games" sequels (going from $500,000 to some $10-million for number two) and a reprise of her role as M...

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    Daniel Day-Lewis is the Embodiment of 'Lincoln'; Spielberg Talks Character with EW

    Who else but Daniel Day-Lewis could embody Abraham Lincoln so well? Day-Lewis is known for his startling characterizations and method process, from "My Left Foot" and "The Last of the Mohicans" to "Gangs of New York" and "There Will Be Blood," and we should ex...

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    Abu Dhabi Fest Sets Ali Al Jabri To Replace Peter Scarlet

    It is being reported that Abu Dhabi Film Festival has set Ali Al Jabri as the new festival director, replacing Peter Scarlet. Al Jabri was previous the director of the festival's Emirates Film Competition and has worked at the festival for five years. Scarlet, meanwhile, had come to the fes...

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