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    Brad Pitt Will Star In Andrew Dominik's Crime Caper 'Cogan's Trade'

    Casey Affleck, Javier Bardem, Sam Rockwell, Mark Ruffalo All Circling, Pitt Could Also Star In 'The Gray Man' We're not going to lie, we're a little aroused right now. One of The Playlist's favorite films of recent years (and this writer's very favorite of the last decade), "The Assassination Of Jesse James By The Coward Robert Ford," saw Australian director Andrew Dominik come on leaps and bounds from his excellent debut "Chopper," and produce a lyrical, profound, beautifully-acted, eye-meltingly beautiful Western for the ages. Unfortunately, audiences stayed away from the nearly-three hour film in droves, and it's taken some time for Andre...

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    Brad Pitt Officially Out Of 'The Lost City Of Z'

    Director James Gray Apparently At Odds Over Pay With ParamountYou've gotta feel bad for director James Gray here. He's been dancing around "The Lost City Of Z" with Brad Pitt for months, and while it looked like the notoriously fussy actor — known for attaching himself to lots of projects, but not a...

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    LAT: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer files for bankruptcy

    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Hollywood's fabled and once most powerful studio, has filed for bankruptcy protection after it could no longer pay down its crippling debt or make and release new movies. The filing, made Wednesday morning, comes after MGM's leading creditors struck a deal with corporate raider ...

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    First Look: Teaser Poster For 'The Beaver' Starring Mel Gibson

    Hey, did you hear? Did you hear? It's American Film Market week and basically you're going to have to hear that all week. What does it mean? Essentially it's an annual film industry trade show event in Santa Monica, California where folks converge to buy and sell distribution rights for completed fi...

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    First Look At Tom Hanks & Julia Roberts In 'Larry Crowne,' Synopsis Revealed

    Day one of the American Film Market and we're already swimming under a number of casting details and announcements, so we'll try and keep 'em short and to the point.

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    'The Tree Of Life' Gets Early Poster

    With arthouse nerds (yes, that means us) counting down the seven months until Terrence Malick's "The Tree Of Life" we finally have our first look at official artwork for the film.

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    FilmDistrict Acquires Nicolas Winding Refn's 'Drive', Will Hit Theaters Late Summer/Fall 2011

    It probably doesn't need to be said, but Nicolas Winding Refn's Hollywood debut, "Drive," is easily one of our most anticipated films of 2011. Boasting an incredibly strong cast featuring Ryan Gosling, Carey Mulligan, Ron Perlman, Bryan Cranston, Albert Brooks, Christina Hendricks and Oscar Issac, i...

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    "The King's Speech" Gets a Really Lame Poster

    This is not the poster of a best picture contender. It is the poster of a direct to DVD British film designed by the director's wanna be graphic designer brother. Make a quick switch, Weinsteins, because this ain't gonna help get anyone in the theater:

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    Oscar Contender 'The King's Speech' Gets A First Year Graphic Design School Poster

    So, this is how you're going to market your Oscar contender? While the film has won over audiences who've seen "The King's Speech" at festival screenings so far -- and took home the audience award at TIFF -- The Weinstein Company have a tough road to travel if they want to get audiences to fork over...

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    Halle Berry and Aaron Sorkin Round Out AFI Fest Special Events

    Three new events, including a conversation with Halle Berry, have been added to the full slate of Special Presentations to be offered during this year's AFI Fest, that takes place November 4 - 11 in Hollywood.

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