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    Jon Voight is in Tampa this week at the Republican National Convention, and the actor--who's never been afraid to speak his mind politically--seems set to share his thoughts about the country with anyone who'll listen.

    Actor Jon Voight is in Tampa this week at the Republican National Convention, and the Oscar-winner ("Coming Home)--who's never been afraid to speak his mind politically, penning a 2008 opinion piece against then-candidate Barack Obama and appearing in a video at the 2008 Republican conventi...

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    Barry Pepper, Michael Sheen & Amanda Peet Also Cut From Terrence Malick's 'To The Wonder'

    Following yesterday's news that Rachel Weisz had been dropped from Terrence Malick's upcoming "To the Wonder," in sorta obvious news, it has now been confirmed that Barry Pepper, Michael Sheen and Amanda Peet have also had their parts sliced out of the film.

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    James Bond Turns 50, Throws Worldwide Party (VIDEO)

    Mark your calendars: this year, October 5 will be Global James Bond Day in honor of 50th anniversary of the the famous MI6 agent's film debut. "Dr. No", the first Bond film, premiered on October 5, 1962, and Albert Broccoli's EON Productions (the company behind the Bond films from...

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    Exclusive: Trailer For Omnibus 'Tbilisi, My City' Featuring Malcolm McDowell, Ron Perlman & More

    With Paris and New York City getting auteur-driven portraits with "Paris, je t'aime" and "New York, I Love You," those movies have inspired producers and filmmakers from around the world to develop their own city-driven projects. And while omnibus films have been percolating in places like Rio, Shan...

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    Watch - New Clip From Polarizing *African Corruption* Doc 'The Ambassador'

    Here's a new clip from a film we've been following, but I haven't had a chance to see yet (I finally will this week), titled The Ambassador - provocative Danish director Mads Brügger's said to be darkly comic, genre-bending piece of journalism, in which he rips the corroded...

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    Rumor: Could Rebooted Batman First Appear In 'Justice League' Movie?

    According to a Batman on Film, there's a rumor circulating that Batman could be rebooted, post-Christopher Nolan, not in his very own standalone film but as part of the proposed "Justice League" movie. This new version of the character would then star in a separate film after the "Justice League" mo...

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    Phase 4 Films to Release SXSW Sex Slave Drama 'Eden' in Early 2013

    Phase 4 Films has acquired all North American rights to director Megan Griffiths’ drama “Eden,” which had its world premiere at the 2012 SXSW Film Festival. The specialty distributor has scheduled a release in theaters for early 2013.

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    5 Films We Hope To See At The Telluride Film Festival

    With the fall film festival season now off and running and Venice underway, we've already packed our bags and adjusted our calendars to fit as many movies as we can. However, in the case of the Telluride Film Festival, we and all the other attendees don't know what's playing until the day of. Yep, t...

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    Watch: Nash Edgerton-Directed Video For Bob Dylan's "Duquesne Whistle" With Cameo From Joel Edgerton

    Nash Edgerton is a man of many hats. A stuntman and coordinator of some reknown who has worked on everything from "The Matrix" trilogy to "The Thin Red Line" to "Moulin Rouge!", he's also a filmmaker, likely best known for the thriller "The Square" but als...

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    'Detropia' Filmmakers Explain DIY Distribution and How the Sundance Institute Artist Services Program Works

    Documentary filmmakers Rachel Grady and Heidi Ewing ("The Boys of Baraka," "Jesus Camp") took their latest film, "Detropia," to the Sundance Film Festival in January. When no suitable distribution deal materialized during the fest and the months afterward, the duo decid...

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