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    Nicolas Winding Refn to Direct a 'Barbarella' TV Series

    In news that sounds almost too promisingly crazy to be believed, Deadline is reporting that "Drive" director Nicolas Winding Refn has been brought on to direct and executive produce a TV series based on the Jean-Claude Forest creation Barbarella. The character's adult sci-fi adven...

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    Tim Roth To Star In David Cronenberg's Medical Drama 'The Knifeman'

    Well, with "Eastern Promises 2" looking like his next feature film, David Cronenberg will take a quick break and move to the small screen first. He's already going to make a rare acting gig in the SyFy pilot "Rewind," and he's got his own TV show brewing in "The Knif...

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    Another Somali Pirates Movie In The Works Titled 'High Value Target'

    The last one we wrote about (an adaptation of Wilbur Smith’s novel Those In Peril) was in March; today brings word of what is being described as a "Somali piracy actioner" titled High Value Target.

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    Trailer Watch: Joe Wright's Sumptuous 'Anna Karenina' Waltzes Between Stage and Location

    The trailer for Joe Wright's likely Oscar contender "Anna Karenina" has landed, and it looks like Wright's decision to give the film a sumptuous stage setting is delivering in spades. Watch below as the characters (Keira Knightley plays the title role) waltz between gilded, illuminated amphitheatres...

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    Rob Reiner Is Leonardo DiCaprio's Dad In Martin Scorsese's 'The Wolf Of Wall Street'

    Well, if Martin Scorsese is looking to throw off any expectations people might have about his upcoming "The Wolf Of Street," he's doing a pretty good job. It's been a bit of an odd bunch assembled for the movie thus far, but apparently, we ain't seen nothing yet.

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    Actors Against Acting Athletes w/ Gary Oldman (Hump Day Humor... But Not Really)

    I'm sure actors will love this; one could also target to video at other groups like... musicians.

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    Review: Controversial & Upsetting 'Compliance' Is Still Affecting & Real

    If there’s a thin line between presenting unpleasant material to an audience and openly antagonizing them with it, there are going to be a lot of people accusing “Compliance” of the latter, when really what it’s doing is the former. Craig Zobel, the promising writer-director who made “Great World of...

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    French Actress Jemima West Joins 'The Mortal Instruments'

    Oh yeah, "The Mortal Instruments: City Of Bones," We nearly forgot about you. It seems this movie has been spinning its wheels, moving from on again to off again to on again over the past little while. But it seems some casting is now beginning to happen, and a new face is joining the film...

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    "It's a Disaster,' 'Dead Man's Burden,' 'The Iran Job' & More Get Added Screenings at LAFF

    The Los Angeles Film Festival has just added screenings of a few titles from its program that have been drawing enthusiastic crowds. The additional showtimes have been slotted for Friday, Saturday and Sunday (check the LAFF website for specifics).

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    Trailers from Hell: Adam Rifkin on Coppola's 'Rumble Fish'

    "Francis Ford Coppola Week" continues at Trailers from Hell, today with screenwriter Adam Rifkin introducing 1983's dreamy black-and-white "Rumble Fish"...

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