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    Coraline's Selick Leaves Laika

    It seems odd that when a movie breaks out and does as well as Coraline ($120 million worldwide), that the filmmaker would leave the animation company behind it. But Henry Selick and Portland, Oregon-based Laika have parted ways at the expiration of Selick's contract as Laika supervising director. Of...

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    Carey Mulligan On Her "Education"

    "It was one of those things that was such a good script, but it's about a girl, so it might never get made," "An Education" star Carey Mulligan told indieWIRE. "So when it did, and we were finally on set, I couldn't believe we were there. These films fall apart, and it's so heartbreaking that they d...

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    Carey Mulligan On What's Next For Her

    Carey Mulligan On What's Next For Her

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    Movie Site: Jinni

    I am sitting at my laptop streaming Julie Taymor's Across the Universe--a movie with a fantastic Beatles soundtrack sung by attractive actors including yummy leading man Jim Sturgess--for free. I'm beavering away here, enjoying the comments on Gawker's post asking for $1000 reward for a new photo of...

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    Chris Rock Waxes Some "Good Hair" for NYC

    After stints at Sundance and the recent Toronto International Film Festival, Chris Rock brought his doc "Good Hair" to Manhattan Monday night with a premiere screening hosted by the Cinema Society. A host of celebs turned out for the event at IFC Center where passers by were lured to gawk at the red...

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    "Afghan Star" Enters Foreign Film Oscar Race For U.K.

    A surprising last minute edition to the Academy Awards' foreign language film submission list has been announced today. The United Kingdom, which has predominantly submitted Welsh films over the years (if submitting at all), has set Havana Marking's doc "Afghan Star" as its 2009 submission for the A...

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    Douglas, Firth and Boyle Set For BAFTA/LA Honors

    The British Academy of Film and Television Arts/Los Angeles (BAFTA/LA) has announced the recipients of the 2009 BAFTA/LA Britannia Awards on Thursday, November 5, 2009 at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza Hotel. Kirk Douglas will be honored for his contribution to Worldwide Filmed Entertainment, Colin...

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    Avatar Watch: Action Figures, Concept Art, Novel

    While James Cameron and the VFX wizards at Weta Digital in Wellywood are trying to finish the last big effects sequences in Avatar--which is set for December 18 release--Cameron is also working on many of the ancillary marketing and licensing sidelines that will help sell this pricey 3-D movie. (The...

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    Jinni is now public

    Jinni is now public

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    REVIEW | Pointlessly Disjointed: Jay DePietro's "Peter and Vandy"

    EDITOR'S NOTE: This review was original published as part of indieWIRE's coverage of the 2009 Sundance Film Festival. "Peter and Vandy" opens this Friday in theaters.

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