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    Sundance Will Return To London In 2013 And 2014

    Brits got to taste Sundance for the first time this year; apparently it was successful/encouraging enough that the Sundance Institute has announced a 2nd and 3rd year of Sundance London.

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    Disney Picks Up Lisa Cholodenko & Steve Carell's 'Alexander And The Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day'

    With every studio regime change there remains a number of promising projects left to die a slow death in turnaround, and when 20th Century Fox CEO Tom Rothman stepped down in September this was certainly the case. The first casualty turned out to be the adaptation of beloved children's book &quo...

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    EOne Grabs Rights to Bergdorf Goodman Fashion Doc With Mary-Kate & Ashley Olsen, Vera Wang

    Entertainment One has acquired North American distribution rights to the documentary “Scatter My Ashes at Bergdorf’s,” which features appearances by Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, Nicole Ritchie and Joan Rivers. The company plans an early 2013 theatrical release in the U.S. and Canada...

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    Anna Kendrick To Star In Timeline-Swapping Relationship Musical 'The Last Five Years'

    While remaining the constant between two recent projects propelled by excellent word-of-mouth, "Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World" and “Pitch Perfect” actress Anna Kendrick nonetheless proved her 2010 Oscar nomination a worthy pick. While that honor was for her supporting work opposi...

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    When Are Films Political: When They're by Marco Orsini

    Born to Puerto-Rican parents in San Juan, Marco Orsini was raised on a succession of U.S. military bases in the Far East and Europe before attending high school in the American South at the height of desegregation. The first feature film he directded, The Reluctant Traveler, documents an a...

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    New Regency Pick Up 'Assassin's Creed' Movie Produced By And Starring Michael Fassbender

    Even as this week's "Silent Hill: Revelations" creeps into theaters, the search for a good -- or at least watchable -- video game movie continues. But game titans Ubisoft are at least being pro-active, taking a leaf from Marvel's approach and deciding to develop and partially finance their own movie...

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    First Poster For 'Warm Bodies' Arrives, Director Jonathan Levin Cautions Film May Be Divisive For "Hard-Core" Zombie Fans

    Since the first “Twilight” movie ruled the box office four years ago, studios have been trying to hit that sweet spot of female-friendly genre-fare. Summit is hoping they can catch lightning in bottle again with the upcoming Jonathan Levine-helmed adaptation of the zombie-romance novel &...

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    Werner Herzog To Direct Dark School Shooting Comedy 'Vernon God Little'

    If anyone knows how to toe the line between the dark and funny, it's Werner Herzog. In both his documentaries and features, the director often sheds a light on the absurdities of even the most harrowing of situations involving his characters, and he's signed up to helm a new project that wil...

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    First Images Of Robert Downey Jr, Gwyneth Paltrow & Ben Kingsley In 'Iron Man 3'

    After sketchy set photos and first look images that teased rather than revealed, with the first trailer set to hit tomorrow, a fresh batch of new images from "Iron Man 3" have arrived promising both action and romance, just as the fans expect. And as Marvel honcho Kevin Feige explains...

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    'Paranormal Activity 5' Coming Halloween 2013

    It's simple math. "Paranormal Activity 4" cost $5 million to make, opened to $56 million worldwide this weekend = "Paranormal Activity 5" getting the greenlight. If you keep going to these, they're gonna keep making 'em....

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