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    Thomas Vinterberg and Lone Scherfig Launch Filmmaking Collective to Make English-Speaking Movies

    “An Education” helmer Lone Scherfig and “The Hunt” writer-director Thomas Vinterberg are among the Scandanavian directors banding together to form a filmmaking collective called Creative Alliance whose mission is to create English-language films for the international marketpl...

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    Warner Bros. Lines Up Juan Antonio Bayona For Sci-Fi Flick, Picks Someone For 'Robotech'

    While "The Impossible" didn't quite become the Oscar player some might have expected (though it did earn a nod for Naomi Watts) the film established Juan Antonio Bayona as a director who could deliver big screen spectacle with ease and power. And Warner Bros. has decided to tap that ta...

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    Watch 2 New Clips From Multiple Award-Winning Sundance Film Festival Hit 'Fruitvale'

    Here's your first-look footage at Michael B. Jordan and Octavia Spencer in Ryan Coogler's lauded multiple Sundance Film Festival award winner, Fruitvale. 

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    Watch: Rooney Mara Sleepwalks & Just Needs 5 Minutes In New Clips & TV Spot For 'Side Effects'

    Thus far, 2013 has been a major drag for new movies, with January once again proving to be the drop-off zone for movies that studios regret making. But thankfully, February is less than a week away and the cinematic horizon looks a bit brighter. One movie many are already talking about is Steven Sod...

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    Sundance News: Women In Film Awards Grants to Jordana Spiro, Martha Shane and Lana Wilson

    During its 7th annual Sundance Filmmakers panel, Women In Film - Los Angeles awarded $30,000 in grants to women filmmakers. Jordana Spiro, director of Skin, received the Women In Film/CalmDown Productions Grant and Martha Shane & Lana Wilson, directors of After Tiller, received the Women In Film...

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    Bill Murray Courted For A Role In Terry Gilliam's 'The Zero Theorem'

    Hey wait, didn't this wrap already? With lensing taking place this fall on Terry Gilliam's "The Zero Theorem," and the movie in post-production, you might think it's a matter of putting completed pieces together now, but it seems there are still a couple of things to finish up....

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    Julian Assange Says 'The Fifth Estate' Is "Mass Propaganda" And The Script "A Lie Built On a Lie"

    While “Lincoln” hovers in DreamWorks' awards season spotlight mainly for Daniel Day Lewis' towering performance, the studio is wisely also glancing ahead to its other doppelganger drama, WikiLeaks biopic “The Fifth Estate,” starring Benedict Cumberbatch as Julian Assa...

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    Sundance Q&A: Program Director Trevor Groth Explores the Surprises of the Festival

    Virtually everyone in the bubble of film industry aficionados descending on Park City this year asked some version of the same question at the very beginning: What's this year's "Beasts of the Southern Wild"? By Sunday, however, the answer was clear: Nothing. And thank god for that. Program director...

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    2 New Images from 'Inside Llewyn Davis,' Movie May Premiere At The Cannes Film Festival

    Fresh off a surprise private screening announcement and the excellent trailer that accompanied it, the Coen Brothers' latest, “Inside Llewyn Davis,” has splashed back onto our radars in a massive way. Set to capture the '60s Greenwich Village folk music scene in stunning visuals and the duo's signat...

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    Bradley Cooper Eyes Role As Lance Armstrong In J.J. Abrams-Produced Biopic

    Ask, and ye shall receive. Or something. In the wake of all that noise around Lance Armstrong's confession that he doped, Bradley Cooper told the BBC he'd be interested in playing the disgraced cyclist. "I remember Matt Damon was going to do his autobiography at one point years ago,&quo...

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