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    Film Movement Takes Cannes Title 'La Sirga' For North America

    Film Movement has acquired all North American rights to Colombian director William Vega's first feature film "La Sirga." The film recently screened in the Director's Fortnight section of the Cannes Film Festival.

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    First Official Set Photo From 'Iron Man 3' Thrillingly Shows Off The Back Of Robert Downey Jr.'s Head

    Sometimes we don't understand movie marketing. After showing off a pretty exciting batch of new footage at the MTV Movie Awards last night, Warner Bros. lawyers have been spending their Monday sending emails and promptly taking it down all over the internet. Sounds counter-intuitive to us. Meanw...

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    Maybe They Could Use A Hologram? GZA Won't Be In The ODB Biopic 'Dirty White Boy'

    While our minds were being blown by the possibility of Michael K. Williams playing Ol’ Dirty Bastard alongside the actual Wu-Tang Clan in the upcoming ODB biopic “Dirty White Boy,” GZA’s rep was writing to Pitchfork to say that ”[GZA] is not appearing in the ODB / Jarre...

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    'Viva Riva!' & 'Pumzi' Producer Reveals Novel Adaptation Project For Wanuri Kahiu To Helm

    'Viva Riva!' & 'Pumzi' Producer Reveals Novel Adaptation Project For Wanuri Kahiu To Helm

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    Project of the Day: "Finding My Dad's Memory"

    Project of the Day: "Finding My Dad's Memory"

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    5 Things You Might Not Know About 'Star Trek II: The Wrath Of Khan'

    While "Star Trek" is now a huge, beloved franchise, recently reinvigorated by J.J. Abrams' reboot (and, fingers crossed, next year's sequel to that film), it wasn't always like that. The original 1960s series had low ratings, and only lasted three seasons, and while success in syndication let to a f...

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    Alrick Brown ('Kinyarwanda') Adapting J.M. Benjamin's 'My Manz and ‘Em' For His Next Film

    Alrick Brown (director of the award-winning Kinyarwanda, released by AFFRM last fall) is set to direct an adaptation of J.M. Benjamin's 2007 novel My Manz and ‘Em, with Jamie Hector (The Wire and other projects) set to star.

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    Charlize Theron Says 'Fury Road' Not A Sequel Or Prequel & Now Shoots In July; Pitching Modern Day 'Hatfields & McCoys' For TV

    Charlize Theron is enjoying a particularly high profile at the moment thanks to a couple of big roles in “Prometheus” and “Snow White and the Huntsman” - just think how much we’d be talking about her right now if she’d have justifiably picked up an Oscar nominatio...

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    Uncut Scenes From Ang Lee's 'Life Of Pi' To Screen In Front Of 'Prometheus,' 'Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter' & 'Ice Age: Continental Drift'

    The unexpected highlight of this year's CinemaCon was undoubtedly Ang Lee's "Life Of Pi." The industry convention (which is gaining a larger press presence year by year) found 20th Century Fox unveiling the first footage from Ang Lee's 3D project that the studio has had in...

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    'Spartacus' Will Come to a No Doubt Bloody End After Its Upcoming Season

    No more swords, sandals and sexytimes for Starz -- historical drama "Spartacus" will come to an end after its third season in January 2013.

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