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    Cinema Guild Picks Up 'Before and After Dinner,' Portrait of Louis Malle Muse André Gregory

    The Cinema Guild has acquired U.S. distribution rights to Cindy Kleine's documentary "Before and After Dinner: The Life and Work of André Gregory," a portrait of the actor who most famously starred in Louis Malle's "My Dinner with André."

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    Zahara Jolie-Pitt Will Make Acting Debut Alongside Mom Angelina Jolie In 'Maleficent'

    It won't be just 4-year-old Vivienne Jolie-Pitt who'll be joining mom Angelina in the upcoming $200 million Disney fantasy movie, Maleficent, which tells the Sleeping Beauty tale from the perspective of the princess' evil nemesis, Maleficent, played by Angelina Jolie.

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    Women Created and Centric TV Roundup

    In women and television news, some more promising deals have been cropping up from NBC, The Hallmark Channel and MTV.

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    Joe Wright Takes on More UK Theater as Film Linc Plans Early Look at His 'Anna Karenina'

    With his new adaptation of Tolstoy’s “Anna Karenina” hitting theaters in a few weeks, director Joe Wright has committed to diving further into the theater world. According to David Benedict in Variety, next summer Wright will direct Chiwetel Ejiofor in the world premiere of Aime Ce...

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    Watch: Trailer For The $100 Million 3D Fiasco 'Empires Of The Deep' Starring Olga Kurylenko

    We prophesized this film might be the most unintentionally hilarious 3D movie ever made, and it seems that prediction is coming true. Announced with great fanfare more than two years ago as a $100 million (though it's apparently much more than that) Chinese 3D movie production with the &quo...

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    Tarantino's 'Reservoir Dogs' and 'Pulp Fiction' Return to Cinemas, with QT's Hand-Picked Trailers

    Miramax may be releasing two of Tarantino's iconic early films, "Reservoir Dogs" and "Pulp Fiction," for one-night-only stands nationwide, but clearly the hand of Harvey Weinstein is at work. After all, Tarantino's latest, "Django Unchained," is coming December ...

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    HBFF 2012 Preview: 'Mas Man: The Complete Work' (On Trinidadian Designer Peter Minshall's Rise)

    From Trinidadian-born independent filmmaker from Miami Dalton Narine, comes the feature documentary titled, Mas Man:The Complete Work - a Best Documentary award winner at the Trinidad and Tobago Film Festival, about Trinidadian Peter Minshall’s leap from designer in the Trinidad Carnival ...

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    Nikolaj Coster-Waldau & Juliette Binoche Will Say 'A Thousand Times Good Night'

    Danish actor Nikolaj Coster-Waldau will be best known to most for his role as the charismatic but despised Jaime Lannister on HBO’s “Game of Thrones,” while to the few he’ll be known for his intimidating turn in “Headhunters.” But it increasingly looks like that w...

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    First Look At James Franco In 'Tar' Premiering At The Rome Film Festival

    James Franco doesn't stop for one second. Currently filming "As I Lay Dying," Franco has been busy overseeing two other projects this year, omnibus efforts by NYU grad students, "Tar" and "Black Dog Red Dog," based the poems of C.K. Williams and Stephen Dobyns, respectively. And one of them is ready...

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    Tugg Pacts With TLA Releasing to Bring LGBT Films to Local Theaters on Demand

    Crowdsourced theatrical distribution platform Tugg continues to add content to its library. The company has now partnered with TLA Releasing to bring its LGBT films to regional theaters around the country, according to Jeremy Kay at Screen International.

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