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    Exclusive: Clip From Julian Assange Drama 'Underground' Premiering At TIFF, Starring Anthony LaPaglia

    Last month Anthony LaPaglia made some waves when he revealed that he exited Quentin Tarantino's "Django Unchained," which was pushing back his shooting schedule, in order to maintain the commitment he made to star in Robert Connolly's Julian Assange film "Underground." Financing was coming together ...

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    Dramedy 'Three Blind Saints' Hits DVD, Digitial, VOD On November 20

    Set for release on DVD, digital and video-on-demand, just in time for Thanksgiving, on November 20, 2012 is the indie comedy, Three Blind Saints, directed by John Eschenbaum, produced by Hungry Horse Media Productions and stars Richard Speight, Jr., Stelio Savante, Elijah Rock, Barry Corbin, Mu...

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    Michael Dorn's 'Worf' Movie Attracts Industry Interest, Gains Traction

    It was in June when we announced that Star Trek: The Next Generation & Deep Space Nine star, Michael Dorn, revealed that he was pitching a movie/TV series centered around the character we all mostly know and love him for, Lt Commander Worf.

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    Watch: Nick Offerman Confronts Mary Elizabeth Winstead In Clip From Sundance Favorite 'Smashed'

    "Smashed," a comedy-drama starring Mary Elizabeth Winstead and Aaron Paul that won the US Dramatic Special Jury Prize at this year's Sundance Film Festival (kind of a big deal), still doesn't have a trailer, even though it's being released by Sony Pictures Classics on October 12th. What it does have...

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    RZA On Origins Of 'Man With The Iron Fists' Tagline 'You Can't Spell Kung Fu w/o F & U!'

    The first in a series of revealing interviews with RZA, about his upcoming feature film directorial debut, The Man With The Iron Fists, leading up to the film's USA theatrical release on November 2.

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    Exclusive: Poster For TIFF Doc 'A Liar’s Autobiography – The Untrue Story Of Monty Python’s Graham Chapman'

    While the Toronto International Film Festival will be presenting many prestige films that bring with them serious subject matter and sober drama, there will be plenty for those cinephiles looking for someting a bit more irreverent. And no one embodies that quality and spirit quite like legendary com...

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    Michael Fassbender & Domhnall Gleeson To Star In Comedic Rock Biopic 'Frank'

    Well, we've always said that Michael Fassbender could probably do anything. The chameleonic actor has been a mutant, a robot, an IRA prisoner, a sex addict, a resurrected Nazi ghoul and whatever-the-hell he was in "Jonah Hex." And while almost all of his performances have had wry strains of humor, h...

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    'Pursuit of Happyness' Director Gabriele Muccino Says Next Film Will Be Sci-Fi or Thriller, Keanu Reeves Eyed For Lead

    Plucked from Italian cinema waters by Will Smith to direct 2008's father-son drama, “The Pursuit of Happyness,” director Gabriele Muccino seemed to revel in the Capra-esque themes of that film. Since then, Muccino has honed in on a heightened level of melodrama, one that proved more ...

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    Michael Jai White Will Headline New Action Movie Franchise 'Codename: Falcon'

    Hollywood has never fully realized his potential as an action hero, so it's always good to see Michael Jai White in movies that highlight what he does best - kick arse!

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    Tom Cruise Reportedly Held Scientology Auditions For Wives, Director Paul Haggis Expresses Support For Allegations

    Along with the requisite comments on shooting in 70mm and Joaquin Phoenix's return to cinema screens, cast and crew from “The Master” have by and large counted the film's Scientology parallels as the main source of discussion. The concentration of questions has lessened somewhat ...

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