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    Rumor: Hayao Miyazaki's 'Kiki's Delivery Service' Getting Live-Action Remake From 'The Grudge' Director Takashi Shimizu

    Okay, before you have a heart attack, note this is a rumor, and frankly it smells like an April Fools Day joke that's still kicking around (and don't think it's not possible -- Clint Eastwood directing a Stompin' Tom Connors biopic made Canadian newspapers yesterday). But the folks at Twitch usually...

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    'Think Like A Man' Sequel Has A Title & Release Date

    'Think Like A Man' Sequel Has A Title & Release Date

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    Neill Blomkamp Says There Were Too Many Cooks In The 'Halo' Kitchen, Talks Sequels & Franchises

    Sony Pictures are finally on the promotional path for "Elysium," the Matt Damon-starring sci-fi film, written and directed by Neill Blomkamp, the filmmaker behind "District 9." Like his Peter Jackson-produced debut, which was set in a post-apocalyptic future in Johannesburg, dealing with issues like...

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    Geoffrey Fletcher’s 'Violet & Daisy' Gets 1st Official Poster + Release Date

    This poster reflects the film’s retro style and color palette as well as the juxtaposition of innocence and adulthood that takes place all throughout the film. It evokes the feeling from an era that was a significant influence on the film too. It has that late ’60s and ’70s feeling to it. Some of th...

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    'Roger could judge a film for what it was': Indie Executives Tell Indiewire Why They Loved Roger Ebert

    Throughout the week, Indiewire will feature remembrances of Roger Ebert from across the industry. Yesterday, we ran thoughts from filmmakers. Today, we're focusing on the indie executives.

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    'Roger Ebert could judge a film for what it was': Indie Executives Tell Indiewire Why They Loved Roger Ebert

    Throughout the week, Indiewire will feature remembrances of Roger Ebert from across the industry. Today, we're focusing on the indie executives.

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    Meryl on Margaret

    Former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher died yesterday. To say that she was a controversial figure is a huge understatement. On top of all the discussions about her work as Prime Minister, one topic that has gotten a large amount of discussion is whether or not she was a feminist. Lionel ...

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    BFI Film Fund Will Back Playwright Debbie Tucker Green's Feature Debut 'Second Coming'

    The BFI (British Film Institute) Film Fund has announced that it will back the feature film directorial debut of black British playwright Debbie Tucker Green, titled Second Coming.

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    Watch: New TV Spots For 'Man Of Steel,' 'World War Z,' 'The Heat' & 'Iron Man 3'

    Time to take a look at some new TV spots for four of the summer’s big upcoming movies.

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    Nora Ephron Documentary Being Developed at HBO

    Close to a year after beloved screenwriter/director Nora Ephron died due to complications from leukemia comes the news that HBO will be developing a documentary about Ephron's life.

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