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    Martin Scorsese Teams With Lord Richard Attenborough To Produce Rolls-Royce Drama 'Silver Ghost'

    A focus on professional procedure has always proved strong in Martin Scorsese's work, from Robert De Niro's arduous training in “Raging Bull” to Henry Hill's daily paranoia in “Goodfellas,” so it should come as no surprise that the master director has signed on to...

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    'A Cat in Paris' Aims for Families with New English Language Cast: Harden, Huston, Modine, Blum

    Some of the best animation in the world comes from overseas, but that doesn't mean mainstream family audiences flock to see it. Disney/Pixar John Lasseter has been trying to build an audience beyond the art house for years for the great Hayao Miyazaki, nominated for two Oscars and winner for &qu...

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    Lingerie, Masks & More Rachel McAdams & Noomi Rapace In New Pics & Poster From 'Passion'

    Is it getting hot in here? If the first hot and bothered image from Brian De Palma's "Passion" starring Rachel McAdams and Noomi Rapace got your temperature rising, then these next images and new sales poster for the film may have you reaching for a cool drink.

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    Watch: Trailer For English Language Version Of Oscar-Nominated Animated Feature 'A Cat In Paris,' Opens June 1st

    Independent animation distributor GKIDS has announced that an English language version of the Academy Award-nominated "A Cat in Paris," will be released on American shores (in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco and San Diego) on June 1st. Among the vocal cast assembled for this new version are Ang...

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    IFC Decides To 'Save The Date' With Rom-Com Starring Lizzy Caplan, Alison Brie, Mark Webber & More

    Four months removed from its Sundance premiere, Michael Mohan’s “Save The Date” has finally landed a North American distribution deal with IFC Films. This is the second high-profile release the distributor has picked up in as many weeks, recently having brokered a deal to release W...

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    George Tillman's "The Inevitable Defeat of Mister and Pete" Starts Shooting In July

    Director George Tillman's (Men of Honor, Notorious, Faster) independently made project The Inevitable Defeat of Mister and Pete, will begin shooting this summer, in July, in New York City, for an 2013 release.

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    International Sales Agent: New for Cannes, Blue Galaxy

    Born of the power and passion of two prominent members of the international film community, Blue Galaxy International takes sales, distribution, and media production to the next level.

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    'Harry Potter' Scribe Steve Kloves To Write & Direct Legal Thriller 'Defending Jacob'

    Steve Kloves served as a screenwriter on seven of the eight 'Harry Potter' movies, so he has experience penning good adaptations (“Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban”), and not so good adaptations (“Harry Potter and the Philsopher’s/Sorcerer’s Stone”...

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    Review: 'Something Ventured' A Dry & Repetitive Look At The Money Behind Some Of The Biggest Tech Firms In History

    From the outset, Dan Geller and Dayna Goldfine's "Something Ventured" probably isn't something everybody will enjoy. A documentary about venture capitalists, you need to already have something of an interest about the money that has powered some of the greatest technological advancements of the past...

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    Joel & Nash Edgerton Expanding 'Lucky' To A Feature Film; 'Sleeping Beauty' Helmer Julia Leigh To Adapt Her Own Novel 'Disquiet'

    It never hurts to gain a little financial boost for your film, and in this case, the generous folks at Screen Australia have announced that they've lent a hand to two notable projects catching our eye: a re-teaming of Nash and Joel Edgerton for a feature that has the duo writing and Nash di...

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