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    Different Roads Out of Sundance: 'Bellflower' Team, Brit Marling and Benh Zeitlin

    Evan Glodell and his "Bellflower" team are back in the saddle for "Chuck Hank and the San Diego Twins." The multi-hyphenate is handing over directing reins to Jonathan Keevil (who scored "Bellflower") and is serving as producer. They are also reuniting with "Bellflower"'s Tyler Dawson and DP Joel Ho...

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    Disney Reveals Spin-Off Movies Based On 'Star Wars' Characters (Lando Calrissian? Jar Jar Binks?)

    Oh gawd... when exactly does Star Wars fatigue begin? Does it ever? Will it ever?

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    FilmLinc Daily Adds Contributor Brian Brooks

    Indiewire cofounder Eugene Hernandez, now digital director at the Film Society of Lincoln Center, is bringing into his expanding FilmLinc Daily fold his long-time Indiewire cohort Brian Brooks, who recently emerged from a staff stint at Jay Penske's Deadline and Movieline.

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    Ralph Ziman Takes Over ‘Kite’ From The Late David R. Ellis; India Eisley & Callan McAuliffe Join Samuel L. Jackson

    Almost one month ago, the news hit that director David R. Ellis (“The Final Destination,” “Snakes On A Plane”) had been found dead in his Johannesburg hotel room where he was staying while working on “Kite,” a remake of the 1998 Japanese anime film that was set to star Samuel L. Jackson. Now, rest a...

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    Spotlight On New Gauteng Film Commission Projects (South Africa): 'His Majesty’s Building'

    South Africa's Gauteng Film Commission (GFC) develops, promotes and coordinates the film and television production industry in what is said to be South Africa's wealthiest province, tasked with positioning the province as a world-class destination for filmmaking, as well as attracting l...

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    Disney CEO Bob Iger Confirms 'Star Wars' Character Stand Alone Movies, But Not Part Of The Overall Saga

    So, remember that rumor from earlier today about how Disney was possibly planning a Yoda stand alone as part of their expansive "Star Wars" plans? Well, it just got a bit more weight from someone pretty high up the food chain.

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    'Eartha Kitt: Femme Fatale' Comic Book Series Debuts This Week

    All the details via press release below:

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    Magnet Picks Up U.S. Rights to Sebastian Cordero's English Debut 'Europa Report'

    U.S. distribution rights to Sebastián Cordero's upcoming science-fiction film "Europa Report," have been picked up by Magnet Releasing, the genre arm of Magnolia Pictures. The film marks the English-language debut of the Ecuadorian director, best known for his films "Rabia," and "Crónicas."

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    Will He Survive? Sean Bean Joins The Wachowskis' 'Jupiter Ascending'

    As we all know, if Sean Bean is in a movie, the odds that his character will end up dying are a lot higher than most. But we like the guy, so we hope his appearance in this potential franchise starter won't be his last.

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    Watch: Evan Rachel Wood Promises Shia LaBeouf A Kiss In Clip From 'The Necessary Death Of Charlie Countryman'

    Not everything that played the Sundance Film Festival nabbed a deal, and one of the higher profile movies still looking for a home is the extravagantly titled "The Necessary Death Of Charlie Countryman." An electro-charged Euro thriller, the music-driven movie didn't find much love on ...

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