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    Paul Thomas Anderson Says He Hopes To Shoot 'Inherent Vice' Next Year, Drawing Inspiration From 'The Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers'

    Paul Thomas Anderson might be one of the most lauded and devoutly-followed filmmakers working today, but he's hardly been Mr. Prolific of late; three films in the last decade in "Punch Drunk Love," "There Will Be Blood," and this year's "The Master," each one made five years apart. But with the latt...

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    Quentin Tarantino Planning 'Inglourious Basterds' Spin-Off 'Killer Crow,' Says He "Hates" John Ford

    Quentin Tarantino's "Django Unchained" is now in theaters (and doing pretty damn well for an R-rated Western), but the outspoken director is still on the publicity circuit, and as ever, he's causing a stir wherever he goes. The film is causing furious debate thanks to its subject matter (Tarantino's...

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    Acclaimed Feature Doc 'The Waiting Room' Returns To NYC For 1-Week Run

    A medical drama served up non-scripted style - it's called The Waiting Room, an ITVS-funded, character-driven, cinema verité doc that, thanks to unprecendented access, takes the viewer inside the doors of an ER at an American public hospital struggling to care for a community of larg...

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    'Downton Abbey' Star Dan Stevens Will Not Return For The Series' Fourth Season

    The minor disadvantage to starring in one of the most popular TV shows around sits with the major career opportunities it brings, and whether to stay with the project that made your name or leave for more ambitious endeavors. Since taking in part in the mass ensemble that is PBS' wildly pop...

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    First Look: Rosario Dawson & James McAvoy In Danny Boyle's Thriller 'Trance'

    Speak of the devil. Not 24 hours ago, rumors swirled that Danny Boyle's upcoming enigmatic thriller/heist movie "Trance" had scored a March 2013 release date. While that hasn't been totally confirmed yet, USA Today has delivered some first-look photos from the film. "Trance&qu...

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    Sundance 2012 - Clip From 'Fire In Blood' (Exposé On Western Involvement In Blocking Aids Drugs From Reaching Africa)

    Continuing our highlights of films scheduled to screen at month's Sundance Film Festival, here's a clip from a feature documentary that will compete in the World Cinema Documentary category, titled Fire In Blood, from director Dylan Mohan Gray.

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    Brazilian Production Of 'Lion King' Requests Blacks For Leads, But Finalists Are Artificially-Tanned Whites

    Brazilian Production Of 'Lion King' Requests Blacks For Leads, But Finalists Are Artificially-Tanned Whites

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    Danny Boyle's 'Trance' Reportedly Lands March 27th, 2013 Release Date In The U.K.

    Danny Boyle hasn't been lying low since taking on the Artistic Directorship for 2012 London Summer Olympic Games. In fact, before the games even began, Boyle quickly shot a heist thiller called "Trance" starring James McAvoy, Vincent Cassel and Rosario Dawson. The film has reportedly s...

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    Anne Hathaway On Channeling Her Tears, Emotions & Cutting Her Hair For Harrowing 'Les Miserables' Scene

    "I don't know that there's any secrets to it it's just a pulse, it's a vein that you follow. In my case, there was no way I could relate to what my character was going through, I have a very happy, successful life and I don't have any children I've had to give up or keep and so what I did was try to...

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    Wes Anderson Says Tilda Swinton, Harvey Keitel, Mathieu Amalric & F. Murray Abraham Have Joined 'The Grand Budapest Hotel'

    Wes Anderson's next picture, "The Grand Budapest Hotel," was supposed to star Johnny Depp, but that plan fell through. Nevertheless, it has an outstanding cast featuring Ralph Fiennes, Jude Law, Saoirse Ronan, Jeff Goldblum and regular W.A. collaborators Bill Murray, Owen Wilso...

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