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    'Saw'-Like International Poster For Olatunde Osunsanmi's Thriller 'Evidence'

    A month ago, Image Entertainment picked up U.S. release rights to Nigerian-American filmmaker Olatunde Osunsanmi's thriller, Evidence.

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    Notes from the DGA Women's Summit: Navigating the Hollywood Boys' Club

    The Directors Guild of America's Women's Steering Committee hosted last month a full day of panels and conversations that sought to bolster support for female voices in cinema (a presence, yet again, lacking at this year's Cannes Film Festival).

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    Weekend Preview: Michael Bay's Latest a 'Pain'-Filled Experience; Jeff Nichols' 'Mud' Captivates Critics; Skip 'The Big Wedding'

    Fans of Michael Bay and his cast of beefy cohorts will likely flock to dumb male comedy "Pain & Gain," a soulless, "low-budget" exercise in machismo that has appalled critics. Those looking for lighter fare might seek solace in "The Big Wedding," which has earned universal pans despite its top-d...

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    Nicki Minaj Will Make Her Big Screen Debut In 'The Other Woman' Starring Cameron Diaz

    If you've had your fill of Nicki Minaj on the small screen, get ready, because the entertainer in all her fleshiness is about to be blown up on the big screen, as she makes her leap to film acting.

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    Olivia Wilde Out, Brit Marling In For 'The Keeping Room' With Hailee Steinfeld

    Olivia Wilde has deserted her post in Daniel Barber’s “The Keeping Room,” the Civil War era dramatic thriller in which she was set to star opposite Hailee Steinfeld and Nicole Beharie. Wilde and Steinfeld were to play sisters who, along with an African-American slave (Beharie), are forced to defend ...

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    Summer School on Differences and Plural Identities During Sicilia Queer Filmfest 2013 (Palermo, Italy)

    For the first time in Palermo, on the occasione of the National Pride Parade, a Summer School on Differences and Plural Identities to heighten the role of the city as a lab for Queer Culture and Gender Studies.

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    Changing The Picture Series Presents 'Latinos Beyond Reel: Challenging a Media Stereotype'

    Speaking of Devious Maids...

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    Baz Luhrmann's Despair, Drive and Gamble Behind 'The Great Gatsby'

    The making of "The Great Gatsby," the opening night film at Cannes, and the struggles and successes that Aussie director Baz Luhrmann faced during production are the subject of THR's latest cover story.

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    Preview: 20 Minutes Of 'Lone Ranger' Features Giant Trains, Possessed Rabbits And Palpable Chemistry

    One of the biggest question marks of the summer is Disney's colossal "The Lone Ranger" reboot. Produced by Jerry Bruckheimer and directed by Gore Verbinski, the epic western looks to contemporize the thirties pulp hero for modern audiences, with Armie Hammer donning the mask and white hat of the tit...

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    The New York Times Co.'s Bad News

    The New York Times Co.'s first-quarter earnings tumbled 93% at a time when the entire traditional media industry continues to reel.

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