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    Watch: Colin Firth Golfs & Loves In Trailer For 'Arthur Newman' Starring Emily Blunt

    Outside of “Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy” and the upcoming “Gambit,” Colin Firth has been missing from the big screen since picking up a Best Actor Oscar for his work in “The King’s Speech.” But he can soon be seen in the upcoming “Arthur Newman” alongside Emily Blunt. And the first trailer for the fil...

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    Watch: Roman Coppola & Jason Schwartzman Ponder the Least Romantic Valentine in Short Film Made on Vine

    Amidst six-second snippets of blurry concert footage and showcases of your latest meal, the mobile app Vine has infected the film industry with a vengeance. The results have been severely mixed: Oscilloscope "released" their David Cross comedy "It's A Disaster" on Vine last month as part of a promo ...

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    Stanley Kubrick Pal Dismisses 'Room 237' Theories, Armond White Says Film Is "End Of Cinephilia"

    Some details from within a film production serve to heighten the project's legend overall: the genius of “Jaws” only increased when the film's original gameplan -- a fully functional shark -- failed to manifest itself for Steven Spielberg and co. But the opposite has been true with Stanley Kubrick's...

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    Deadline Approaches for Film Independent's Fall 2013 Screenwriting Lab

    The deadline for Film Independent's Screenwriting Lab is fast approaching. By Monday, April 1st, writers may submit a feature-length narrative screenplay for consideration in this five week program in LA.

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    Hollywood Black Film Fest, NASA Announce PROJECT STARGAZER Sci-Fi Film Competition

    Hollywood Black Film Fest, NASA Announce PROJECT STARGAZER Sci-Fi Film Competition

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    Plot Details Revealed For Wes Anderson's 'The Grand Budapest Hotel' As Fox Searchlight Pick Up The Film

    It looks like Wes Anderson is going back to a familiar home. After teaming with Focus Features for last year's "Moonrise Kingdom," the filmmaker's "The Grand Budapest Hotel" has been snatched up by Fox Searchlight who released "Fantastic Mr. Fox" and "The Darjeeling Limited." But that's the boring s...

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    Jon Stewart's Directorial Debut 'Rosewater' For Sale at Cannes Market

    "Daily Show" host Jon Stewart's directorial debut "Rosewater" will hit the Cannes market this May. Independent film finance company Sierra/Affinity will sell rights to the film, which is produced by Stewart, Scott Rudin and Gigi Pritzker, whose production company OddLot Entertainment will finance th...

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    Preview Ghostface Killah's 'Twelve Reasons To Die' Graphic Novel (Produced By RZA)

    Check out this video preview of Ghostface Killah's Twelve Reasons To Die graphic novel, which is also the title of his new album - both graphic novel and album produced by his fellow Wu-Tang Clan member RZA (also a multidisciplinary himself).

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    Dystopia Rules! Rudin and Paramount's Unpublished 'Annihilation' Joins Rash of Movies About Our Grim Future

    In Hollywood, the end of the worlds is always at hand. Trust Scott Rudin to sniff out the next literary phenomenon. Yes, yet another dystopian picture is in the works. As John Carpenter and Kurt Russell reunite in advance of an "Escape from New York" reboot, and Roland Emmerich preps a sequel to "In...

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    Danny Boyle Says 3D "May Be A Phase" But Calls Ang Lee's 'Life Of Pi' "Incredible"

    It has been a busy few weeks for Danny Boyle. His latest feature, “Trance,” is released in the U.K. today, and in addition to a Leicester Square premiere last week and a lot of media commitments to promote the film’s release, Boyle was at the Empire Awards on Sunday evening to receive an outstanding...

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