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    Daniel Espinosa's 'Snabba Cash' Gets A Sequel With New Director; Original Cast Returns

    Update: Moviezine reveals that shooting started in late August in Gothenburg and in Stockholm and the project is aiming to hit Swedish theatres in the fall 2012.

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    Liam Hemsworth Boosts Beefcake Factor By Joining 'The Expendables 2'

    While his older brother Chris Hemsworth launched himself to worldwide fame with "Thor" earlier this year, Liam Hemsworth will soon join his sibling in the ranks of mega-movie fandom. Set to star as Gale Hawthorne in the upcoming "The Hunger Games" the actor is looking to take his shirt off again for...

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    Sneak Preview Tonight In Central Park Of Sundance Winner "Kinyarwanda"

    It's a film that's received plenty of coverage here at S&A and now New Yorkers have a chance at taking a sneak peak at this award-winning production tonight in celebration of IFP's Independent Film Week. Rooftop Films and IFP have joined forces for this special event which takes place at 8pm/est in...

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    Watch: Rachel Weisz Asks A Lot Of Questions In Clip From 'Dream House'

    In case you didn't get enough Rachel Weisz at TIFF where she featured in three films -- "360," "Page Eight" and "The Deep Blue Sea" -- there is even more of the actress on the way as she stars later this month in the upcoming, long delayed, and unfortunately awful looking "Dream House."

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    Watch: A Woman Wakes Up From A 'Hangover'-Esque Night With George Clooney In Norwegian Bank Ad

    While George Clooney has recently been taking his handsome face to Venice, Telluride and Toronto to stump for his fall movies "Ides Of March" and "The Descendants," Norwegians are getting a completely different look at the actor/writer/director.

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    Hey Netflix, If It Takes You 13 Paragraphs To Explain Your Service Changes, You're Doing It Wrong

    Company Splits In Two; Creates Qwikster For DVDs, Keeps Netflix For Streaming, Makes Users Sorely Confused Good Lord, Reed Hastings. What were you drinking last night?

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    Help Save A Priceless Collection!

    Would you like to see one of Charlie Chaplin’s motion picture cameras preserved? How about the cameras that filmed Gone With The Wind, Lawrence of Arabia, Star Wars, and Planet of the Apes? They are the property of lifelong collector Martin Hill, of Midland, North Carolina, and they ar...

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    The Last Place You Wanna Be Is Cooped Up With A Dozen Norwegian Guys In 'The Thing' Red Band Trailer

    Forget all those awards season prestige movies and international arthouse hits. With TIFF, Venice and Telluride over, it's now back to blockbuster schlock, so let's get on with the unnecessary "The Thing" remake shall we?

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    Vin Diesel Unveils ‘Riddick’ Sequel Concept Art, Hopes For 2012 Release

    Vin Diesel suffers for his art. Back in the spring, the actor made a big show of announcing that he was going to deign to getting paid scale in order to get a new "Chronicles of Riddick" sequel off the ground, philosophically stating, "Money is always second to art, integrity and spirit" but wonderi...

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    Rising Indie Music Box Buys U.S. Rights to Deep Blue Sea, Will Campaign for Weisz, Arentz Talks

    Rising indie Music Box snapped up U.S. rights out of Toronto to Terence Davies' The Deep Blue Sea, starring Rachel Weisz and Tom Hiddleston as mismatched lovers in post World War II London. The foreign language distrib, says managing director Edward Arentz, was ready to make the move to its first E...

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