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    Inception Early Review: Rolling Stone Goes First

    Peter Travers gives a 3 1/2 star review of Christopher Nolan's Inception in Rolling Stone. The review is not online yet. But The New York Post's Lou Lumenick found a hard copy on a New York newstand, and posted the bullet graph:

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    Babelsberg Backs Oil Thriller The Elephant

    There Will Be Blood examined our greed for oil. The doc expose Gasland wowed audiences at LAFF and on HBO. And now comes a new movie that looks at oil. Norway's Monster Film and Northern Alliance Group are co-producing an oil thriller, The Elephant, to be directed by Hans Peter Moland (The Beautiful...

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    Tom Cruise Bids for Comeback in Knight and Day

    My latest career watch column takes on the fascinating case of one-time mega-star Tom Cruise, who has fallen on hard times in recent years and bids for a major comeback in the summer popcorn action comedy Knight and Day, which opens June 23. What will it take to turn this career around? Here's a tas...

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    Moscow Co-Production Forum: Russia on the Move

    In the short time I had there, Moscow's Business Square activities continue to reverberate in my thoughts, in what I learned there and from what I am picking up in today's news. Film financing looks quite different here in Berlin than it does in the U.S. As I noted in Cannes, co-productions are the engine in the international business, and I urge U.S. producers to take note and get on board in order to take advantage of the opening markets around the world. Dependency on U.S. distribution alone is no longer an option. Independent features are a growing worldwide phenomenon and co-productions are leading the way with their ability to access...

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    R.I.P. Tracy Wright

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