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    Patricia Riggen Directing Chilean Miners Film, The 33

    It was announced that Patricia Riggen will be directing The 33, the story of the 33 Chilean Miners who were trapped in the San Jose Mine. The film will cover the events leading up to the collapse of the mine and the subsequent rescue efforts through both the miners and their families points of view....

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    Revealed Storyboards From The Hughes Brothers' 'Akira' Show Reverence To Source Material

    Not that it matters much anymore, since they're no longer attached to helm the movie. But it's Friday, which means slow news day. So here's a look at what could've been... 

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    The NFL is Crowdsourcing a Documentary. Will It Be a Touchdown or a Blocked Punt?

    Crowdsourcing innovators continue to find new and novel contexts and the latest, brought to light in a Mashable article this week, details a documentary project that will utilize football fans to create the film’s content.

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    Watch Wanuri Kahiu TEDx Forum On Afrofuturism In Popular Culture

    What most resonates with me in watching this 15-minute presentation by Wanuri Kahiu (writer/director of Pumzi) are her comments about the imaginative stories her mother would tell her when she was a child, which she (Wanuri) has now come to realize really were science fiction.

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  • The Playlist
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    Adele Performing 'Skyfall' Theme Song, New Poster & Banners Arrive

    While the producers of "Skyfall" have been pretty good at keeping details tightly guarded, one of the worst kept secrets around the production was who was going be singing the theme song for the movie. Adele had been tipped for months, and being a Brit herself, and coming off a six-Grammy win earlie...

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    Cynthia Nixon To Play Emily Dickinson In Terence Davies' 'A Quiet Passion'

    Back in February, it looked like director Terence Davies was going to follow up his 2011 effort "The Deep Blue Sea" with his long-gestating passion project, "Sunset Song," based on the Scottish novel by Lewis Grassic Gibbon. Well, maybe it will or maybe it won't, but Davies has another project fight...

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    Look Out! Gareth Edwards' 'Godzilla' Arrives On May 16, 2014 In 3D

    Well, "Godzilla" is coming and it's going to be big. Warner Bros. already surprised nerds this summer at Comic-Con when they dropped an unnanounced teaser trailer during their Hall H presentation that blew the roof off. Not much has been heard since, but now the wheels are firmly being...

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    Michel Hazanavicius In Talks To Direct Tom Hanks, Maybe Natalie Portman In 'In The Garden Of Beasts'

    An hour or so ago, most of the moviegoing world had their eyes on the trailer premiere for Steven Spielberg's "Lincoln," tipped by many to lead to Oscars for both the director and its star, Daniel Day-Lewis. And yet at the same time, last year's Best Director Academy Award winner, and one of only fi...

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    Daniel Day Lewis Works To Abolish Slavery & Unite Country In First Full Trailer For 'Lincoln'

    Not much needs to said here, really. It's a Steven Spielberg historical epic drama (this time centered on Abraham Lincoln), Daniel Day Lewis stars as the title character, and he's joined by Sally Field, Tommy Lee Jones, and several other revered acting talents l...

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    Watch: First Full Trailer For Steven Spielberg's 'Lincoln' With Daniel Day-Lewis

    It's been the best part of a decade since Steven Spielberg announced he wanted to tackle a biopic of Abraham Lincoln. The director optioned the rights to Doris Kearns Goodwin's "Team Of Rivals: The Political Genius Of Abraham Lincoln" before the book was published in 2005, and soon set his "Munich" ...

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