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    James Wan Haunts Lincoln Center with Old School Horror Flick "Insidious"

    "The scariest movies to me growing up were "Poltergeist," "The Exorcist," something that wasn't so gory," Patrick Wilson said as he introduced the comparable "Insidious" at NYC's Walter Reade Theater Thursday night. Joined by director James Wan and screenwriter Leigh Whannell, the actor set up the n...

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    Vince Vaughn Vehicle 'Insane Laws' May Find A Home At Universal

    "The Break-Up," "Couples Retreat," "Four Christmases," "The Dilemma" -- these are all part of a very successful, if mediocre cloth that Vince Vaughn has been cutting some big checks from lately, and while we wish he would latch on to something more interesting, it's no surprise that another project ...

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    Critics Notebook | Film Comment Selects Closes With John Landis and James Wan

    The Film Society of Lincoln Center’s annual Film Comment Selects series cycled through several tones on its opening weekend last month, with a lineup ranging from Rainer Werner Fassbinder’s tragic “I Only You Want You to Love Me” to the grindhouse tribute “Hobo With a Shotgun.” For Thursday’s closin...

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    Tracklist & Sample From The Chemical Brothers' Soundtrack For 'Hanna' Revealed

    Soundtrack Hits Early; March 15th Via iTunesIt seems we're at the the tipping point of a full-blown trend of beat-makers taking on the soundtracks for films, and not only that, with Trent Reznor taking home an Oscar last weekend it's gained legitimacy. Daft Punk already turned heads with their work...

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    'United States Of Tara' Star Brie Larson Heads To '21 Jump Street'

    "21 Jump Street" just a got a little more crowded.

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    'Sex Drive' Team To Direct Adam Sandler & Andy Samberg In 'I Hate You Dad'

    We can see the trailer already: From The Guys Who Brought You "Sex Drive," "She's Out Of My League" and "Hot Tub Time Machine." Gah. We just got sick for a moment.

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    Interview: Apichatpong Weerasethakul On 'Uncle Boonme,' Steven Spielberg, 'Inception' & More

    Exclusive: Despite this writer’s undying love for the man and his films (actually, to be completely melodramatic and corny, “Syndromes and a Century” was a life changer), Apichatpong Weerasethakul’s work is not intended for mass audiences, and some of his pictures even leave the hardest cinephiles s...

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    Kenneth Branagh To Direct Film About The 1936 U.S. Olympic Crew Team

    Where there's smoke, there's fire, and The Weinstein Company must have seen the smoke. Deadline reports that bidding for the upcoming book "The Boys in the Boat" by Daniel James Brown had fierce competition between publishers Viking and Random House with bids going up to $750,000. Well, the Weinstei...

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    Kristen Stewart Set For 'Snow White And The Huntsman'

    First, she loomed large as a potential lead” and last month was "in negotations." Now it's pretty much crossing the finish line as Deadline reports that producer Palek Patel has tweeted that Kristen Stewart is now in "final negotiations" to join "Snow White and the Huntsman." So yeah, at this point,...

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    Weinstein Co. & Branagh Team for Rowing Tale Boys in the Boat

    Kenneth Branagh, who just wrapped Paramount's Thor (which has a bad-ass new poster), will next take charge of The Boys in the Boat, a 1930s story about the University of Washington's rowing team, based on a non-fiction book to be written by Daniel James Brown. Film rights have gone to The Weinstein ...

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