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    Buying is Back at Sundance

    Has the tremendous success of "Winter's Bone" -- box office plus Oscar nominations -- boosted the business here at Sundance this year?

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    Poster Revealed For 'Ceremony' Starring Uma Thurman & Michael Angarano

    We love the grainy, half-blurry shot of Uma Thurman and Michael Angarano in this new poster for "Ceremony," the debut feature-length directorial debut of Max Winkler (son of Henry Winkler), as it perfectly captures the ragged heart romance that's central to the film.

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    Sundance Institute Teams With Kickstarter in Three-Year Deal

    The Sundance Institute is throwing its support and name recognition behind online crowdfunding source Kickstarter with a three-year deal to serve as the program's creative funding collaborator.

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    Darren Aronofsky Directs Vincent Cassel In Ad For Yves Saint Laurent's Perfume 'La Nuit de L'Homme'

    With "Black Swan" collecting four Oscar nominations, including Best Picture and Best Director, capping off a very successful awards season run and boosting the film's already impressive box office numbers, Darren Aronofsky isn't quite finished working with the stars on the film.

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    Great Odin's Raven! Will Ferrell To Guest In 4-Episode Arc On 'The Office'

    While it's not our long anticipated reunion between Ron Burgundy and Brick Tamland, this will definitely tide us over for now. Deadline reports that Will Ferrell will be joining "The Office" including one episode that will take place after Steve Carell's Michael Scott has left the branch.

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    Josh Duhamel Joins 'New Year's Eve'

    We're not sure what the appeal is here -- an easy paycheck for about five minutes of working or getting to rub elbows with a bunch of fellow celebs in a breezy romcom -- but it appears everyone in Hollywood is jumping out of windows to work on Garry Marshall's "New Year's Eve."

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    Interview with Feo Aladag - writer and director of When We Leave

    When We Leave, Germany's entry for the Academy Awards, is written and directed by Feo Aladag. It is a powerful film that tells the story of a young Turkish German woman who leaves her unhappy and abusive marriage and how the family handles the cultural shame brought on by her stand for independence...

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    'Let Me In' Director Matt Reeves Weighs His Next Options, Hopes To Make 'The Invisible Woman' Soon

    'Cloverfield' Sequel Not Coming Anytime Soon; Filmmakers Still Trying To Find An Idea They LikeEXCLUSIVE: This time last year, we were being pretty vociferous in our opposition to Matt Reeves' "Let Me In." As an Americanized remake of a recent, widely acclaimed Swedish film, "Let The Right One In," ...

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    'Deadwood' Writer David Milch To Pen Adaptation Of Video Game 'Heavy Rain'

    We've pretty much made our feelings on video game movies clear at this point, but to sum up: it's feasible that a good one will be made at some point, particularly if the more intriguing likes of "Bioshock" eventually reach the screen, but as the genre continues to rip-off much better movies and are...

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    Brian De Palma To Direct Remake Of Alain Corneau's 'Love Crime'

    It's been quite a while since we've had a film from Brian De Palma. His last effort was the poorly received Iraq war drama "Redacted" and while last year it seemed like things were in motion for him to film his long-gestating psychological thriller "Toyer" in the fall, it looks like the project neve...

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