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    TIFF Winner Xavier Dolan Planning Six-Part Hexalogue 'Ordinary People'

    While we continue to remain truly puzzled as to why Xavier Dolan's gorgeous, sprawling and lovely "Laurence Anyways" is continously unable to secure a U.S. distribution deal, the young filmmaker left Toronto with a prize under his arm. His latest film took home the Best Canadian Featur...

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    'In My Genes,' Feature Debut By Lupita Nyong'o ('12 Years A Slave') To Screen At Maysles, NYC

    The announcement that she'd been cast in quite a meaty role in Steve McQueen's Twelve Years A Slave naturally led some to wonder about her past work, given that, as I noted in that post, looking over her IMDB page, the Kenyan actress has primarily crew credits on a f...

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    Cuba Gooding Jr. Will Free His Family From Slavery Via The Underground Railroad (Casting Call)

    Looks like this has been confirmed to be Cuba Gooding Jr.'s next project; the titled we previously had (based on what my source told me) was Something Whispered (although I can't say if that's what it will eventually be called).

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    Tolkien Week Kicks Off With New Images From 'The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey'

    If you have a geek in your life, you probably have already been informed that today kicks off Tokien Week, a celebration of all things Middle Earth. The next seven days will mark, among other things, the 75th anniversary of the publication of "The Hobbit." Hardly the ones to look a gift ma...

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    Poignant, Picturesque Colombian Drama 'Chocó' Screens At AFI Silver (Maryland) 9/29, 10/3

    A film that's on my to-see list, if it ever makes it to NYC - Chocó, set in Colombia, which centers on the struggles of a 27-year-old mother of 2 (the titular Chocó), working a poorly-paid job in a gold mine, living in a tiny wooden hut, who's married to a reckless and abu...

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    New 'Skyfall' Poster Plus Berenice Marlohe Invites You To Crack The Case

    "Skyfall" is coming which means two things: lots more advertising and marketing tie-ins. And this morning brings with it a new international poster, as well as the start of a Heineken campaign.

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    Boris Kodjoe Says There's An Arthur Ashe Project Circulating & He Wants To Star In It

    In case you didn't know, Boris Kodjoe is a pretty good tennis player; in fact, he attended college on a tennis scholarship, where he was a 4-year letterman, and amassed 75 career singles wins.

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    Watch: 2 New Clips From Australia's Oscar Entry, Cate Shortland's 'Lore'

    After a fairly successful premieres on the festival scene throughout the year and the unveiling of a beautiful trailer, Cate Shortland's "Lore" is developing momentum ahead of its Australian theatrical release. We now have two stunning new clips from the film, which has also been annou...

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    Listen: Oscar Isaac Performs Folk Ballad "Dink's Song" From 'Inside Llewyn Davis'

    This Christmas will mark whole two years since the last Coen Brothers' film, an absence that's somewhat foreign to us consdering the pair had a prolific run of consecutive films between 2007 and 2010 with "No Country For Old Men," "Burn After Reading," "A Serious Man...

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