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    Charlotte Gainsbourg to Star in Lars Von Trier's 'Nymphomaniac'

    Charlotte Gainsbourg’s bona fides as a daring actress have long been established, not least because she has starred in two films made by Danish enfant terrible Lars von Trier: “Antichrist” and “Melancholia.” Well, the actress has decided to join Von Trier’s cinema...

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    Sean Penn Seems Poised For A Cannes Appearance, But Is It With 'Gangster Squad' Or Something Else?

    Update: Looks like Penn will be in town to attend a fundraising gala, Haiti: Carnival in Cannes, for a cause close to his heart.

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    Peter Parker Gets 'Transformers'-ized, Alex Kurtzman & Roberto Orci To Pen 'The Amazing Spider-Man' Sequel

    It's not as if the script for "The Amazing Spider-Man" is lacking in the blockbuster quotient behind it. While "Zodiac" scribe James Vanderbilt brings a slight air of prestige in the credits, the screenplay for the upcoming reboot is also credited to Steven "Harry Potter...

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    VIDEO - Motion Studies #27: Pass the Salt

    A seemingly harmless scene in Otto Preminger's Anatomy of a Murder becomes an object of fascination until it reveals a startling significance.

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    New Film Term Alert! "HDTV Porn"

    We need something to describe movies you only watch because they look amazing on your HDTV.

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    Exclusive: Thomas Newman Scoring Steven Soderbergh's 'The Bitter Pill'

    Steven Soderbergh has long made a habit of keeping a wide-ranging roster of regular collaborators to turn to, depending on the needs of whatever project he's working on. And with the cameras now rolling on his next effort "The Bitter Pill" he's taking a step away from the electroni...

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    CinemaCon 2012: Sen. Chris Dodd's Opening Remarks: 'A Time of Transformative Change'

    This speech was given by Sen. Chris Dodd (Chairman and CEO, MPAA) on Tuesday, April 24, 2012, at CinemaCon 2012 and is reprinted here with his permission...

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    Watch Another Delectable Clip From Andrew Dosunmu's "Restless City;" Opening This Weekend Via AFFRM

    Another delicious (literally, I could eat it) clip from Andrew Dosunmu's feature debut Restless City, which AFFRM is opening this weekend!

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    Watch: Gorgeous Trailer For 'Samsara' From The Director Of 'Baraka,' Shot In 70mm

    While the wonders of 3D and IMAX are currently the latest toys being embraced by filmmakers looking to immerse audiences in the worlds they conjure up for the big screen, some directors realize that beautifully composed images, presented in the best possible quality, can speak more volumes that the ...

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    New Statements About Two Cuban 'Una Noche' Actors Who Vanished Into Miami on Way to Tribeca Film Festival Premiere

    In a new twist on art-imitating-life-imitating-art, two of the actors from writer-director Lucy Mulloy’s Tribeca Film Festival drama “Una Noche” vanished into Miami upon arriving from Cuba on their way to New York last week. The film follows the dangerous path three Cuban teenagers...

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