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    James Gray Feels "Embarrassed" For Critics For Complaining 'The Immigrant' Is Too Slow

    "The boos are the cost of being lucky. But they're still hard to hear," director James Gray recently told the LA Times about the reception he received in Cannes for 2008's "Two Lovers." But the filmmaker returned to the south of France last week to premiere his latest, "The Immigrant," where he's ki...

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    Blue is the Warmest Color Author Slams Sex Scenes in Film Adaptation

    Everyone has been buzzing about Abdellatif Kechiche's Blue is the Warmest Color throughout all of Cannes and even more since its win of the coveted Palme d'Or. The three hour lesbian drama, received the prize the same day that anti-gay marriage protests, which was legalized earlier in the month, wer...

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    Immersed in Movies: What Sam Mendes Will Do If He Returns for 'Bond 24'

    So, after all the jostling the last couple of weeks to find the next Bond director (the list of suspects included Chris Nolan, Tom Hooper, Ang Lee, Matthew Vaughn, and Nicolas Winding Refn), Sam Mendes is back in play for 'Bond 24.' What producer Barbara Broccoli and star Daniel Craig want, they usu...

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    Rob Lowe Will Literally Play JFK In Ridley Scott-Produced 'Killing Kennedy' & More

    Oscar winner Melissa Leo (“The Fighter”) is heading back to television to co-star with Matt Dillion in M. Night Shyamalan’s “Wayward Pines.” Fox is putting together the event series based on Blake Crouch’s novel "Pines" and hopes to have it out by fall 2014. Described as a "Twin Peaks"-esque show (h...

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    Tribeca Film Acquires Tribeca Fest Winner 'The Broken Circle Breakdown' For U.S. Distribution

    A little more than a month after it won two awards at the Tribeca Film Festival, Tribeca Films has acquired the U.S. rights to "The Broken Circle Breakdown." Director Felix van Groeningen's fourth feature won Best Screenplay and Best Actress after snagging the Audience Award from the Berlin Internat...

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    'The Silence Of The Lambs' Inspires New Wines, Gets 2 Mondo Posters

    So, making some fava beans for dinner tonight? Looking for the right wine to pair with your meal? Well, Alamo Drafthouse has got you (creepily) covered. Taking movie fandom to the next level, they've launched two signature wines inspired by "The Silence Of The Lambs," and yes they are real, and yes ...

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    Viggo Mortensen Says He Turned Down 'The Hobbit,' Gearing Up Directorial Debut With 'The Horsecatcher'

    There are few actors around as discerning, interesting and talented as Viggo Mortensen. As he's gained success in career, he's become choosier about this roles, usually going for something that stirs his heart or brain (or both), rather than the obvious star vehicle or blockbuster franchise. But of ...

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    Warner Bros. to Produce New "Flintstones" Feature with WWE Wrestlers

    Yabba-Dabba Don't! Fred and Barney will soon share the screen with WWE superstars "Vince McMagma" (voiced by Vince McMahon), "John Cenastone" (John Cena) and "CM Punkrock" (CM Punk). Warner Bros. is teaming with WWE Studios to co-produce a Flintstones animated feature film, scheduled for direct-to-v...

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    Heather Graham Talks About Roles for Women, Sexuality and Expectations

    Last week, we reported that Michelle Rodriguez, fed up with the writing of female characters, has been doing her own writing. And it looks like Heather Graham is doing the same thing.

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    Brad Pitt Faces A Zombie Apocalypse In New Pics, Banners & Poster For 'World War Z'

    With less than a month to go, Paramount has unleashed a blitzkrieg of “World War Z” marketing materials upon an unsuspecting world: TV spots, magazine profiles and now even more posters and stills.

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