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    Clooney's The Ides of March: Premiere, Review, Oscar Prospects

    At Tuesday night's Ides of March (October 7) premiere at the Academy, George Clooney ran up to the front of the house in a dapper Italian grey suit and kept it short. Ryan Gosling had worked the red carpet and was gone, he said, and he'd talk to the rest of us at the party afterwards. So he did. On ...

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    Darryl Roberts' "America The Beautiful 2" To Premiere in N.Y. and L.A. In Oct.

    If you recall earlier this month I wrote about Darryl Roberts' 2007 documentary America The Beautiful of which as I said "chronicled the sudden rise and steep fall modeling career of a back then, 12 year old professional model, Gerren Taylor, who suffered a near mental breakdown and major self-estee...

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    'Half Nelson' & 'Sugar' Duo Ryan Fleck & Anna Boden Will Get 'Hate Mail'

    Oh man, well this is eerie. Just yesterday we were chatting around The Playlist water color discussing our recent interview with Anthony Mackie in which he discussed what working with Ryan Gosling was like. The pair of course are starring in the current filming "Gangster Squad" but before that, they...

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    Watch: Jeremy Piven, Rob Lowe & Thomas Jane Get Wasted In Red Band 'I Melt With You' Trailer

    Here's a midlife crisis gone so awry that no amount of hugging it out with your bros is gonna solve it.

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    That 'Mortal Kombat' Reboot You've Been Waiting For Is Happening From The Guy Who Remade 'Fame'

    The geeks have spoken and Warner Bros. has listened. Remember last summer when Kevin Tancharoen (the guy who did the "Fame" remake that no one cared about and the "Glee" 3D concert movie no one went to go see (how is this dude still getting work?) directed a ridiculous po-faced "Mortal Kombat" promo...

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    Daily indieWIRE Clicks: Fantastic Fest Reviews, Chris Cornell Talks to iW and More

    Today on indieWIRE, we chatted with Chris Cornell about his side film career, "Paranormal Activity 3" got a grade out of Fantastic Fest and much more.

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    Weekend Preview: Take Shelter and 50/50 Best Bets; Plus Dream House, Margaret, Tucker & Dale

    How lovely to be amidst the season of quality movies after a summer of fanboy fare and commercial letdowns (exceptions: Rise of the Planet of the Apes, Super 8). This weekend offers a wide variety of films to choose from, but both TOH! and indieWIRE recommend achingly good Take Shelter (here's our i...

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    Kickstarter Campaign and Trailer for "Elder's Corner" Documentary About Music Icons in Nigeria

    The documentary Elder's Corner is created by SIJI, a singer, songwriter, producer and filmmaker born in the UK to Nigerian parents. The project, shot in some of Nigeria's urban cities, has raised $5,380 from their $20,000 with 31 days left to go.

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    Ben Affleck's 'Argo' To Follow 'The Town' Template, Will Open On September 14, 2012

    It's probably safe to say that last year, Warner Bros. knew they had a good movie on their hands with "The Town," but that they didn't expect it would turn into a $150 million worldwide hit and Oscar contender. Riding high off positive notices at Venice and TIFF, "The Town" rolled into theaters just a few days after unspooling in Toronto and became a box office hit, and when it all ended, the movie made some considerable bank and even landed an Oscar nomination for Jeremy Renner. Not bad. Not messing with what worked last time, WB has dated "Argo," Ben Affleck's next directorial effort, for September 14, 2012, and it's likely they are hoping ...

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    Fincher Talks Dragon Tattoo With Empire: Lisbeth Salander is Not A Superhero

    Rooney Mara and Daniel Craig cover Empire magazine. In this photo, Mara takes a subservient position to Craig (again), as opposed to the Swedish poster. Consider the power dynamics: squatting vs. being on one's knees and standing vs. sitting.

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