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    Watch: Robert Pattinson, Reese Witherspoon & Christoph Waltz In 'Water For Elephants' Trailer

    Yesterday, a trailer debuted on the Apple website. A trailer that film fans have been waiting for for years. A period drama, with modern-day sequences, with a heartthrob in the lead role, and clearly aiming for a certain lyrical quality. A film that Fox Searchlight will release next spring. A traile...

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    Robert De Niro Confirms Pesci & Pacino Still On For 'Irishman,' Doubtful About Ambitious Second Part

    Will This Be The Loudest Movie Ever Made?Robert De Niro, Joe Pesci and Al Pacino in a film directed by Martin Scorsese? We might just go out and buy ourselves some earplugs now.

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    Paul Greengrass Directed Jimi Hendrix Biopic Gets Turned Down By Rocker's Estate

    Anthony Mackie Was Attached To StarHe brought us on board United 93, kicked ass around the world with Jason Bourne and brought us into the heart of the Green Zone in Iraq, but a biopic of legendary axe-wielder Jimi Hendrix is not in the cards for director Paul Greengrass.

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    How Do You Know Early Reviews: "Disappointment," "Separation From Real Life," "Purged of Charisma"

    What went wrong with James L. Brooks' latest, How Do You Know? The 70-year-old writer-director has been painstakingly crafting one brilliant confection after another ever since his film debut in 1983 with Larry McMurtry's tragicomedy Terms of Endearment, starring the great Shirley MacLaine, Debra W...

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    Chris Bacon Replaces Clint Mansell On Scoring Duties For 'Source Code'

    Duncan Jones' forthcoming "Source Code" is certainly one we're looking forward to. We were impressed by his brainy, minimal, yet thrilling "Moon" and are eager to see where his talents take him on a much broader scale. And he's certainly surrounded himself with some pretty heavyweight talent. Jake Gyllenhaal, Vera Farmiga, Michelle Monaghan and Jeffrey Wright all star in the upcoming film that follows a man who is part of an experimental government program investigating a terrorist incident. He finds himself in the body of an unknown commuter living and reliving a harrowing train bombing until he can find who is responsible for the attack. Bu...

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    HONOR ROLL 2010 | "The Tillman Story" Director Amir Bar-Lev

    EDITOR'S NOTE: This is part of a daily December series that will feature new or previously published interviews, profiles and first-persons of some of the year's best filmmakers, writers, actors and actresses. This edition is an interview during the Sundance Film Festival with since Academy Award-sh...

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    John Cameron Mitchell Talks The Influence Of Sidney Lumet & Finding The Right Tone For 'Rabbit Hole'

    From transsexual off-Broadway musicals to hardcore gay sex on the big screen, John Cameron Mitchell has come a long way as a performer, writer and director. Now, he takes on his biggest challenge: prestigious A-List character drama. Based on the book by David Lindsay-Abaire, “Rabbit Hole” tells the ...

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    The Self Distribution Option

    The Self Distribution Option

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    EXCLUSIVE: First Athena Film Festival Line-Up: Miss Representation, Desert Flower, Mo

    The Athena Film Festival has lined up its first program of narrative and documentary films, which will unspool February 10 to 13, 2011 on the Barnard Campus in New York City.

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    Three Critics: Talking Sequels.

    Yesterday, Moviefone posted the second installment of Three Critics, a column in which I discuss various issues of the movie world, particularly those pertaining to new releases, with colleagues Anne Thompson and Leonard Maltin. I took the lead on this one and started a dialogue about sequels, a phe...

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