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    'The Adjustment Bureau' Director George Nolfi To Helm Darren Aronofsky Produced Facebook Thriller 'XOXO'

    Before making his directorial debut last year with sleeper hit “The Adjustment Bureau,” George Nolfi made his bread and butter as a screenwriter with his spec script “Honor Among Thieves” famously reworked into Steven Soderbergh’s Euro-themed heist sequel “Ocean’s Twelve” and he also did some fine t...

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    'The Man With The Iron Fists' Soundtrack Details Drop, New Tunes From Kanye West, Wu-Tang Clan, Black Keys & More

    Amidst all the hoity-toity awards fare and sober dramas this fall, RZA will storm theaters with his directorial debut "The Man With The Iron Fists." The film, which looks to be a wickedly over the top martial arts flick delivered the way only a member of the Wu-Tang Clan knows how, will un...

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    Steven Spielberg Won't Be Making That Osama Bin Laden Movie 'No Easy Day'

    So, remember that report yesterday that sprung up saying that Steven Spielberg was considering directing "No Easy Day," a SEAL's chronicling of the killing of Osama Bin Laden? Yeah, you can ahead and scratch that.

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    Wolfe Video Picks Up North American Rights to Joan Chen Drama 'White Frog'

    Wolfe Video has acquired all North American rights to director Quentin Lee’s family drama “White Frog,” which had its world premiere at the San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival. The specialty distributor plans theatrical, VOD and DVD releases of the film in 2013...

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    "Man Is Not An Animal": New Trailer For Paul Thomas Anderson's 'The Master'

    If there has been one consensus out of the advance screenings for Paul Thomas Anderson's "The Master" thus far, is that's it's not something you can prepare for. While the movie has thus far received mostly glowing notices (check out our own review here), the film has also been...

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    Family of 'True Romance' Director Tony Scott Creates AFI Scholarship in His Name

    The family of the late director Tony Scott, who leapt to his death from a San Pedro bridge August 19 in an apparent suicide, have established a scholarship at the American Film Institute in the filmmaker's name, according to a story by Daniel Miller in the Hollywood Reporter.

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    Morgan Freeman & Elizabeth Banks Lend Voices To 'Lego: The Piece Of Resistance'

    Ordinarily, the idea of turning Lego into a movie is something that would make our stomach churn and eyes roll back into the far recesses of our head, but there is something about the approach "21 Jump Street" helmers Phil Lord and Chris Miller (along with Chris McKay) are bringing to the ...

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    UWFF '12 Preview: Nicole Beharie In 'Small Of Her Back' (A Suicidal Shut-In. A Man At Her Door. Drama)

    Small Of Her Back is a feature length film we've been following since its 2010 Kickstarter campaign that raised $10,000 in completion funds.

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    Michael Fassbender Co-Starring With Natalie Portman In Lynne Ramsay's Western 'Jane Got A Gun'

    "Jane Got a Gun," the small-scale western starring Natalie Portman that recently attached "We Need to Talk About Kevin" filmmaker Lynne Ramsay as a director, could be getting some added firepower in the form of a white hot leading man, sex addict and occasional robot (in the movies, at least) Michae...

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    RZA's 'Iron Fists' Soundtrack Details: New Tracks From Kanye, Method Man, Talib Kweli, Others

    "The same way that this cast is diverse... it's the same thing with the music," RZA said in an interview last month, in reference to the soundtrack for his upcoming feature film directorial debut, The Man With The Iron Fist.

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