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    Richard Kelly Has Written An Animated Prequel To 'Southland Tales'

    For a brief shining moment, Richard Kelly looked like the next directorial boy wonder. His feature debut "Donnie Darko" was a nifty little headscratcher --- until Kelly released a director's cut which explained all the ambiguities away and seemed to indicate he had no idea what made his film so spec...

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    Carey Mulligan Reportedly Joining Michael Fassbender In Steve McQueen's Sex Addiction Drama 'Shame'

    'Rubicon' Star James Badge Dale Also On Board As fans of award-winning-artist-turned-director Steve McQueen's debut feature, 2008's powerful "Hunger," there are few projects we're quite as excited about for 2011 as his sophomore film, "Shame." As announced a few months back, the film will see McQue...

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    Liam Neeson Eyes Playing A War Criminal In Brad Silberling's 'An Ordinary Man'

    Also Has Western 'Last Stand' & 'Clash Of The Titans 2' On DeckLiam Neeson is a very busy man. This year alone he's cropped up in a handful of films, big and small, including "Clash Of The Titans," "After.Life," "The A-Team," "The Next Three Days" and before December is out, he'll be seen in "The Ch...

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    Exclusive: Kirsten Dunst Set To Join Chloe Moretz In Coming Of Age Road Drama, 'Hick'

    Actress Kirsten Dunst is attached to star opposite Chloe Moretz ("Kick-Ass," "Let Me In") in the Taylor Lane Productions/Lighthouse Entertainment adaptation of Andrea Portes' coming of age novel "Hick" according to Taylor Lane owner and founder Christian Taylor who spoke to the Playlist by phone thi...

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    Review: 'All Good Things' Is A Lot Of Very Tedious Things In A Film Better Served As A Documentary

    It's been a long road for Andrew Jarecki's non-documentary feature debut "All Good Things" to finally get a release. Jarecki bought back the U.S. distribution rights to the film from The Weinstein Company earlier this year after the completed film wound up collecting dust on the studio shelf for ove...

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    Kevin Smith Wants To Auction Rights To 'Red State' Following Sundance Premiere

    Listening to Kevin Smith talk lately, you might think he's the most misunderstood and put upon director in Hollywood. Railing against movie critics following the drubbing "Cop Out" received earlier this year, /Film decided to follow up with the director first after news began circulating of his immi...

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    Brian Koppelman & David Levien Talk About The Hard Indie Road Traveled To Make 'Solitary Man'

    Premiering strongly at TIFF at in 2009 and released into theaters earlier this year, Brian Koppelman and David Levien's sophomore directorial effort, "Solitary Man" has quietly been building steam. The film earned strong reviews from critics and saw its initial two screen opening weekend eventually expanded into over one hundred and fifty theaters across the country. The picture stars Michael Douglas as a former used car sales magnate who slowly watches his life self-destruct due to his ill-conceived and misguided romantic and business indiscretions. It all begins with a routine heart check-up that seems irregular that leads the main characte...

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    Hi-Ho Silver: Ten People Who Could Play 'The Lone Ranger' Opposite Johnny Depp's Tonto

    It's been in the works for a few years now , but Jerry Bruckheimer's Johnny Depp-toplining new version of classic pulp character "The Lone Ranger" is finally moving forward with Gore Verbinski, who previously worked with the producer and the star on the "Pirates of the Caribbean" trilogy, being offi...

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    Oscars Go Young with New Co-Hosts Franco and Hathaway

    Remember that electrifying moment at the 81st Oscars when Hugh Jackman plucked Anne Hathaway out of the Kodak Theatre audience onto the stage for a number? She was stunning in a white gown, sexy, funny, held her own, could trill the high notes.

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    Halle Berry Says 'Cloud Atlas' To Shoot Next Summer With Tom Hanks & Natalie Portman

    It looks the Wachowskis have settled on their next project and while their hugely ambitious R-rated Iraq war gay romance "Cobalt Neutral 9" was gaining heat but it looks like that one will have to wait as "Cloud Atlas" now appears be headed in front of cameras next summer.

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