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    Eva Green as Maria Callas, Speculating on New Bond, Movies as Dreamscape

    Welcome back to French actress Eva Green (Casino Royale, The Dreamers) who is now in negotiations to play Greek opera singer Maria Callas in a biopic from the Italian DeAngelis group and British producing partner Future Films, reports THR. Green also has Perfect Sense, a love story with Ewan McGrego...

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    Countdown to Zero

    Countdown to Zero

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    Robyn Gives Us Single From Second "Body Talk" Album (Already!)

    Like an hour after releasing "Body Talk, Part I," Robyn has released "Hang With Me," the single from the sequel, out this September. It's no "Dancing On My Own," but it's definitely growing on me. I was skeptical about this three-albums-in-one-year plan (why not just make one amazing album?) but the...

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    Girl With Dragon Tattoo: Final Five for Lisbeth Salander

    Forget those other names for the much sought-after American remake of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. Sony, producer Scott Rudin and director David Fincher are zeroing in on who will play bisexual hacker Lisbeth Salander. They are screen-testing five young up-and-comers, all ...

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    Sunny Sausalito Welcomes Second Festival with Films & Events

    Sunny Sausalito Welcomes Second Festival with Films & Events

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    Sundance to Host First Ever ShortsLab Day Long Event

    Sundance to Host First Ever ShortsLab Day Long Event

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    Inception's Cotillard vs. Page, Wahlberg's The Fighter, Schreiber Faces Sexual Tension with Jolie

    During Nicole Kidman talk with Marion Cotillard in the August Interview, Inception star Cotillard admits that “It’s a paradox to be an actress." Why a "paradox?" Well, it's in "living in the city, taking planes all the time, trying to find the right balance in this life, which is not so eco-friendly, and still try to respect the environment.” She was recently on a Greenpeace trip to the Congo, where she connected with the locals who live within the corruption of the timber industry - their "their hopes and despair and struggles" - and reveals she's been wanting to do a documentary about their forest. While she used to feel like an outsider (...

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    NY Latino Film Fest Offering "Dry Land" & 100+ Other Films

    The 2010 New York International Latino Film Festival will showcase more than 100 Latin-themed films at its 11th edition, taking place July 27-August 1 in New York City. The opening night film is “The Dry Land,” Ryan Piers Williams’ drama about returning Iraq War vets, which was nominated for the Grand Jury prize at Sundance and won top honors at the Dallas International Film Festival. (Williams was profiled in a recent Futures column.) Other highlights of the festival include “Trópico de Sangre,” Juan Delancer’s film about sisters who resisted the tyrannical rule of Dominican dictator Trujillo, and closing night feature “Stolen Dreams” (“Soh...

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    The Solondzverse in Motion.

    The Solondzverse in Motion.

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    See It: "Inception" Standout Tom Hardy in "Bronson"

    Even some of the harshest critics of "Inception" seem to have enjoyed Tom Hardy in the role of Eames, a master of disguise in the dream world and a bit of comic relief on screen. Yeah, he's pretty good in that, but wait 'til you get a load of him in Nicolas Winding Refn's "Bronson," a critical darli...

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