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    Paul Feig Talks The Dynamic Of Melissa McCarthy & Sandra Bullock In ‘The Heat’; Discusses His Adaptation Of ‘The Intouchables’

    Director Paul Feig is now exactly where he should be: the world is his oyster after helming the 2011 comedy hit, "Bridesmaids.” A film that went on to become the top grossing R-rated female comedy of all time, domestically surpassing “Sex and the City.” But it actually took a few years and probably...

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    Exclusive Clip From 'Battlefield America' w/ Marques Houston, Lynn Whitfield (On DVD/Blu-ray 9/18)

    After a theatrical run that began in June, Battlefield America is now heading to home video - DVD, Blu-ray, VOD - via ARC Entertainment.

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    Paul Thomas Anderson Says The Playlist Named 'The Master'

    “Really, [the title of the film] was just a process of elimination. In fact, the Internet actually gave it its title first. A version of my script got out online years ago and they referred to it as 'The Master,' even though it didn’t have a title on it or anything," Paul Thomas Anderson recently to...

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    First Poster From Ben Affleck's 'Argo,' New One-Sheet & Image From Jake Gyllenhaal Cop Flick 'End Of Watch'

    Only a litte earlier, we were talking about "Argo" looking like one of the major Best Picture players of the coming season -- and given the enormously positive reviews, we can't really see how it'll fail to come to pass. But you wouldn't know it too much from Warner Bros' new poster from the film (j...

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    Channing Tatum Wants To Direct Something Small Before Taking On 'Magic Mike 2'

    We're sure that someone out there has had a better year than Channing Tatum. An Olympian who won multiple gold medals, for instance. Or someone who won nine figures in some kind of lottery. Or maybe the "Gangnam Style" guy. But in the film world, no one's had a better 2012 than Tatum. Somewhat mocke...

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    'Arbitrage' Director Nicholas Jarecki Planning 'Chinatown' & 'The Conversation' Inspired Detective Film

    While "The Master" earned the most headlines this weekend for its record breaking limited run opening, another film also made an impressive bow. Nicholas Jarecki's financial world thriller "Arbitrage" began hitting theaters (and VOD) bringing in a solid $1.9 million at 197 lo...

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    What is the Legacy of Occupy: 1-Year Anniversary Brings New Protests and New Docs

    On the 1-year anniversary of Occupy Wall Street, hundreds of protesters converged today on New York City’s financial district, with dozens reportedly arrested by the NYPD. If OWS demonstrators continue to struggle in their fight for economic equality, they must also contend with the way the...

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    New 'RoboCop' Suit Gets A Close Up In Licensing Banner

    Update: Even though film's underway and posters are being released, the film isn't quite done casting up: Aimee Garcia, who plays nanny Jamie on "Dexter," has joined the cast, according to Heat Vision, playing a scientist who works with Gary Oldman's character.

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    So, There Might Be A 'Boondock Saints 3' For Some Reason

    The oeuvre of Troy Duffy, such as it is, is made up entirely of "Boondock Saints" movies. His 1999 directorial debut for some reason earned itself a cult following, despite being a pretty tepid last gasp of post-Tarantino moviemaking but swapped out irony for deadpan earnestness that was b...

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    Andrea Arnold's Adaptation Of 'Wuthering Heights' Gets Its First Stateside Release Poster

    It's been about a year since it made its world premiere at the Venice FIlm Festival in 2011; since then, it's been released almost all over Europe and parts of Asia, and will finally see a USA release this fall, courtesy of Oscilloscope Laboratories, which picked up North American distr...

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