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    "Paul Blart": Script Stealer?

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    The Office: "Like Indie Television."

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    Super Bowled

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    IFC Films Takes U.S. Rights to "Escapist"

    U.S. rights to prison break thriller "The Escapist" by Rupert Wyatt has been acquired by IFC Films, the company announced Monday. Arianna Bocco negotiated the deal for IFC Films with Cassian Elwes of William Morris Independent and Tristan Whalley and Nicki Parfitt at Goalpost Film. "Escapist" had it...

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    "Push" Scores Largest Deal of Sundance '09; Oprah, Tyler Perry on Board

    The biggest deal of the 2009 Sundance Film Festival closed on Friday night in New York, less than a week after the Park City festival ended. After winning three awards at Sundance -- the grand jury prize, audience award and an acting prize -- Lee Daniels' acclaimed "Push: Based on the novel by Sapph...

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    The Big Little Festival: Santa Barbara Fest Basks in the Limelight

    Months ago, before "The Wrestler" was released, when Santa Barbara International Film Fest chief Roger Durling announced that Mickey Rourke would be one of this year's honorees, a wag close to the organization commented, "What's the matter Roger, wasn't Gary Busey available?"

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    Sling: Unseen Bill Hicks

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    Why DVD Is a Dead Format (sooner than you think)

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    Sony Classics Takes Allen's "Whatever Works" for U.S.

    U.S. rights to Woody Allen's "Whatever Works" have been acquired by Sony Pictures Classics from Paris-based sales outfit Wild Bunch. The film is Allen's first shot in New York since 2004. The new comedy stars Ed Begley, Jr. ("Pineapple Express"), Patricia Clarkson ("Vicky Christina Bercelona"), Larr...

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