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    Michael Mann Looking To Direct Racing Pic, 'Go Like Hell' For 20th Century Fox

    So is Michael Mann going to make his "Days of Thunder" for 20th Century Fox?

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    First Look At Robert Pattinson In David Cronenberg's 'Cosmopolis'

    With the "Twilight" franchise now nearing an end, heartthrob Robert Pattinson has been eagerly looking to break away from the tween sensation that has made him a star. He valiantly tried to steer the ridiculously manipulative "Remember Me" but had better success this year with the period drama "Wate...

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    FREE Online Retrospective Of Cannes Film Fest Programming Celebrating 50 Years Of Critics’ Week

    Online cinematheque MUBI (formerly The Auteurs) has partnered up with La Semaine de la Critique (aka Critics’ Week) (the Cannes Film Festival section known for discovering new talent, showcasing the first and second feature films from directors all over the world), in celebration of 50 years in exis...

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    Trent Reznor & Karen O Cover 'Immigrant Song' For David Fincher's 'Dragon Tattoo' Teaser

    Tagline For The Film Reportedly 'The Feel Bad Movie Of Christmas' Update: Pitchfork has confirmed that Trent Reznor and Karen O indeed cover Led Zeppelin's "Immigrant Song" which is featured in the red band teaser for "The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo." If ...

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    Rockmond Dunbar Joins FX Network Show "Sons Of Anarchy"

    All you Rockmond Dunbar fans will be happy to know he's signed up for another network tv gig. The former Soul Food and Prison Break star will be joining Sons Of Anarchy for a multi-episode arc.

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    Daily indieWIRE Clicks: "Tree of Life" Potential B.O., "The Muppets" Tease Us & More

    Today on indieWIRE we analyze the box-office prospects for "The Tree of Life," Anne Thompson gets up close and personal with Lars von Trier and much more.

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    RS 29—Hearts and Minds: "The Station Agent" and "The World According to Garp"

    About fifteen minutes into Tom McCarthy’s The Station Agent, the film’s protagonist, Fin (Peter Dinklage), walks into a convenience store near the train depot he has just inherited. The clerk is astonished to see the man—a dwarf—in her shop. As he heads over to a cooler to grab some water, she leans over the counter to get a better look. “Yoohoo,” she calls. He turns toward her; she pulls out a camera and snaps a picture. Annoyed, Fin nods and continues to shop, a nonchalant indication that the clerk’s reaction to her once-in-a-lifetime dwarf sighting is all-too-familiar to him. One could criticize this convenience store encounter as easy and...

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    David O. Russell Vacates The Director's Chair For 'Uncharted'

    What is going on today? Is it the upcoming Memorial Day weekend that has director's wanting to clear out the projects they no longer want to do? After all, how fun is it to enjoy a BBQ with some nagging movie project in the back of your mind. Just moments after it was revealed that Albert Hughes bou...

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    Albert Hughes Exits "Akira"

    It was just revealed that Albert Hughes has left the Warner Bros live action Akira project. According to sources, Hughes' departure was due to "an amicable creative differences parting of the way. "

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    Watch Dark Skinned Women Reveal Their Feelings On Race In "Dark Girl" Trailer

    Here's a teaser trailer that's just started circulating on the web. Called Dark Girl, it's a documentary in the works exploring the deep seated attitudes and bias regarding dark skinned women. It's very telling and seems like a companion piece for the post "Do Fair-Skinned Black Actresses Accept P...

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