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    Guillermo Del Toro Agrees (Reluctantly?) To Convert 'Pacific Rim' Into 3D

    3D might have lost some of its luster since the glory days of "Avatar" all the way back in 2009 -- films like "Ice Age: Continental Drift" and "The Amazing Spider-Man" made the bulk of their money in 2D, domestically at least -- but it's still a profitable money spinner domestically. Worst case scen...

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    5 New Photos From Susanne Bier's 'Love Is All You Need' Starring Pierce Brosnan

    Danish director Susanne Bier, who was behind the much acclaimed, but decidedly tough likes of "Brothers," "After the Wedding" and Hollywood debut "Things We Lost In the Fire," is not exactly the obvious choice for a romantic comedy. Particularly given that she just won the Foreign Language Oscar a c...

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    Millennium Takes 'What Maisie Knew' with Julianne Moore & Steve Coogan

    "What Maisie Knew," directed by Scott McGehee and David Siegel ("Bee Season," "Uncertainty"), has gone to Millennium Entertainment for US distribution. Starring Julianne Moore, Alexander SkarsgÄrd and Steve Coogan, the film is a contemporary adaptation of Henry James' 1897 novel...

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    Brad Pitt To Produce, Possibly Star In Real-Life WWII Tale 'IBM And The Holocaust'

    Well this is certainly a fascinating story for the big screen, and one that is also incredibly bleak. Vulture is reporting that Brad Pitt and his Plan B production outfit are developing a feature film based on the 2001 New York Times Best Seller "IBM and the Holocaust," by Edwin Black. The book chro...

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    TCM Programs Month of Political Films, Includes New Doc with Stone, Reiner

    As the nation prepares for the upcoming election, TCM rolls out a month-long program of classic films on politics, as well as the newly produced one-hour special "A Night at the Movies: Hollywood Goes to Washington," featuring interviewees Oliver Stone, Rob Reiner and many more talking about the tre...

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    Urbanworld 2012 Preview - Time-Bending Sci-Fi Thriller 'Record/Play'

    Teaser for one of the short films in competition at the Urbanworld Film Festival this year (making its USA premiere), titled Record/Play, directed by Jesse Atlas, starring Mustafa Shakir and Deepti Gupta.

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    Alright, Bros, Get Ready! 'Entourage' Film Script Nears Completion

    Um, yay? According to a Deadline report, "Entourage" creator Doug Ellin is nearing completion on his "Entourage" movie script, which would presumably complete the heart-stopping cliffhanger of the show's final season, with screaming Jewish stereotype Ari Gold (Jeremy Piven), elevated to studio mogul...

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    Brand-New Indiewire App Makes Your TOH! Addiction Even Easier

    Indiewire now has a brand-new app, compatible for both iPhone and Android, which provides one-tap access for film reviews, festival reports, filmmaker interviews, and facility for following the network's dozen plus publications, such as Thompson on Hollywood (our personal fave), Leonard Maltin, Wome...

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    Harlow Project Seeking Participants For Street Harassment Web Video Series

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    New Clips Arrive From Tim Burton's 'Frankenweenie,' 'Hyde Park On Hudson,' 'Arbitrage' & More

    Once upon a time, we were excited about every Tim Burton picture that came along, but that's been steadily chipped away over the last decade or so. "Big Fish" and "Sweeney Todd" have their moments, but from "Planet of the Apes" to this year's "Dark Shadows," we feel more and more dread about each co...

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