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    How Did "35 & Ticking," "Video Girl," "Louder Than A Bomb," & "Cost of A Soul" Do At The Box Office?

    Missed this last week... but better late than never.

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    George Lucas Says He Has 50 Hours Of His "Star Wars" Live-Action TV Show Ready...

    George Lucas says he apparently has 50 hours worth shot of the Star Wars live-action TV series previously announced, but he's waiting for "a different type of technology we can use so it's economically feasible to shoot the shows.," he told G4TV in an interview last week.

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    Watch: The Fellini-Esque Trailer For Terry Gilliam's Short Film 'The Wholly Family'

    While Terry Gilliam has struggled to get a new feature film mounted since 2009's "The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus," that's hardly stopped the ever busy director. Last year he directed a webcast for Arcade Fire, and this year he launched his excellent stage show of "The Damnation Of Faust" and sa...

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    Guest Post: Hank Blumenthal "Towards An Aesthetics Of Producing Indie Movies"

    What is a Producer's "Vision"? How does she keep it all together and manage to lead all the various pursuits to a common goal? Do different approaches assure different results? Does different content require a different process?

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    Dwight Yoakam & Dennis Quaid Set To Star In Billy Bob Thornton's 'Jayne Mansfield's Car'

    A decade after his last directorial effort, news filtered through last year that Billy Bob Thornton had finished a script for a post-war drama titled "Jayne Mansfield's Car" with Tom Epperson and that he was set to direct and star along side Robert Duvall.

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  • Thompson on Hollywood
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    Trailer Watch: Spy Kids in 4-D Stars Jessica Alba, Spy Dog

    Robert Rodriguez has managed to keep the Spy Kids franchise fresh over a decade--and it has earned $485.2 million worldwide to date. This time, with fourth installment All the Time in the World (in 4-D!), he adds Sin City babe Jessica Alba as a stepmom with a secret--as well as a very talented dog. ...

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    Trailer & Poster For "Taxi Sister" (On Being A Female Taxi Driver In Senegal)

    Trailer for an upcoming documentary, directed by Theresa Traore Dahlberg, titled Taxi Sister, which centers on Boury, a female taxi driver in Dakar, Senegal.

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    Watch: Old Spice Guy Isaiah Mustafa Shoots Wannabe 'Luke Cage' Promo Teaser

    Former NFL'er and "Old Spice" guy Isaiah Mustafa wants to be more than just a pretty face that smells good and The Man Your Man Could Smell Like. Dude wants to act. He's appeared on shows like "Hot in Cleveland," "Chuck," and "NCIS," popped up in "Madea's Big Happy Family," and has a small role in W...

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    Silverdocs Documentary Film Festival: The Women

    Here are the women directed films that will be screening at the Silverdocs Documentary Film Festival from June 20-26. Just a note, the opening, closing and centerpiece films are all directed by men. They will also be highlighting the body of work of Chris Hegedus and DA Pennebaker.

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  • Thompson on Hollywood
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    Janice Min's Revamped THR: Is it Working?

    While many Hollywood insiders are happy with Janice Min's revamped weekly print edition of The Hollywood Reporter, and the site's online traffic continues to surge, I still wonder about the underlying economics of the whole enterprise. (The NYT's David Carr basically drinks the Koolaid.) Both former...

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