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    Daily indieWIRE Clicks: Spurlock, Cannes, Tribeca, Von Trier & More

    Today on indieWIRE Morgan Spurlock dished on making the "Greatest Movie," Cannes announced another lineup, Lars Von Trier went easy on Kirsten Dunst and more.

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    A Curation of Nicolas Cage Debacles, Difficulties & Dinosaur Skulls

    The trouble with a movie star who runs afoul of the law in the age of chasing celebrity hot topics to build traffic, is that when you mess up, the media piles on you, big time. Nic Cage's run-in with the New Orleans cops this weekend is a case in point. We round up some of the more responsible cover...

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    Dayo Okeniyi & Amandla Stenberg Join 'Hunger Games' As Thresh & Rue

    This one is for the "Hunger Games" die hards because this writer hasn't read the books, nor does he intend to, so everyone else will have to sound off if this is good casting or not.

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    Nick Cassavetes Won't Be Directing 'Gotti: Three Generations'

    Looks like Nick Cassavetes won't be getting down and dirty with the Gotti family after all.

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    Matt Reeves To Go Down Another 'Passage' With Vampires

    It looks like Matt Reeves isn't done with vampires yet, and one week after it was announced he would be tackling an adaptation of Ray Nelson‘s short story “8 O’Clock In The Morning” he's added another potential project to his plate also based on a book.

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    Winona Ryder & James Franco Team For Psychological Thriller 'The Stare'

    Another week, another James Franco movie project in development. But guess what, this one is actually really and truly happening! We swear.

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    Thomas Jane Joins Sylvester Stallone In 'Headshot'

    Looks like Sly Stallone has found his partner for "Headshot," and it's gonna be yet another testosterone fest.

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    Watch: Longer Trailer For Curtis Hanson's HBO's Financial Crisis Drama 'Too Big To Fail'

    Even though we're kinda fatigued on the subject, "Too Big To Fail," directed by Curtis Hanson and featuring a remarkable ensemble, has certainly grabbed our attention.

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    LA's Indian Film Fest Names 2011 Award Winners; Honor Sony Pictures TV and PVR Cinema Execs

    After six days at the ArcLight Hollywood, the Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles, which brings films from the robust Indian film industry to Los Angeles, announced their 2011 winners. The awards ceremony included a special tribute to Industry Leadership Award winners Andy Kaplan, President of Sony Pictures Television Networks, Multi Screen Media CEO Manjit Singh, and PVR Cinemas' Managing Director Ajay Biliji. Commenting on this year's edition, IFFLA Executive Director Christina Marouda said, "This year's festival broke previous year's attendance proving there is a major audience fan base for Indian cinema in the U.S. Our audiences were c...

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    Jason Statham Goes Noir In 'Parker' Directed By Taylor Hackford, Penned By 'Black Swan' Co-Writer

    Taylor Hackford already has an Oscar. No, no it's not for "Ray," it's actually for "Teenage Father," a short film he directed way, way back in 1979. And his filmography is mostly dramatic fare, stuff like "An Officer and a Gentleman," "Dolores Claiborne," "Proof Of Life" and last year's "Love Ranch....

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