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    Parker Posey Comedy 'Price Check' Picked Up by IFC Films

    Deals are still closing for Sundance 2012 films. IFC Films announced Tuesday that it has locked down all North American rights to writer-director Michael Walker’s comedy “Price Check.” The specialty distributor will release the film on VOD October 11 and in theaters November 16.

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    Target Aims for Branded Entertainment Trend with Short Film 'Falling Into You'

    Target is taking big strides into branded entertainment with the 12-minute short film "Falling Into You," which shows off more than 100 fall season fashion, home and beauty items, while starring the likes of Kristen Bell, Nia Long and Zachary Abel. The short is directed by regular "Mad Men" helmer P...

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    New Pic From 'Noah' Reveals Darren Aronofsky's Ark Has A Lot Snakes In It

    Is there a rodent problem on the ark? That must be the case, or else Noah missed that whole "two of each" detail from God, because there are a lot of motherfucking snakes on this motherfucking boat.

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    Powerhouse Lineup At 15th Reel Sisters Film Festival (Global Films By Women Of Color)

    A few of this year's highlights include: The Brooklyn premiere of Byron Hurt's Soul Food Junkies; a master editing workshop for emerging filmmakers with long-time editor of Spike Lee joints, Sam Pollard; a tribute to Blackside Inc., producers of acclaimed documentaries like Eyes on the ...

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    Academy Programs 'Universal's Legacy of Horror' Screening Series, with del Toro, Landis & Hedren In Person

    As part of Universal's year-long 100th anniversary celebration, the Academy unveils the "Universal's Legacy of Horror" film series in October, with director-cinephile Guillermo del Toro hosting the kickoff double feature screening of "Bride of Frankenstein" and "Dracula" on October 2. Tippi Hedren w...

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    Ben Whishaw Tops Wishlist For Hacker Role In Steven Spielberg's 'Robopocalypse'

    Either DreamWorks is full of leaks, or this is some kind of negotiating tactic, but it seems Steven Spielberg's wishlist for his upcoming, popcorn movie "Robopocalypse" has made its way to every trade around town. We already know that Chris Hemsworth is in negotiations and Anne Hathawa...

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    New On DVD, Blu-ray - Samuel L Jackson, Ruth Negga Neo-Noir Thriller 'The Samaritan'

    Last fall, IFC Films acquired stateside rights to this Samuel L. Jackson starrer - the David Weaver-directed neo noir thriller titled The Samaritan, which co-stars Ethiopian-Irish actress Ruth Negga and Brit Tom Wilkinson.

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    New Photos: Joel Edgerton In 'Wish You Were Here,' Viggo Mortensen In 'Everybody Has A Plan,' 'The Sapphires' & More

    The 56th BFI London Film Festival kicks off October 10th and runs through October 21st. Like any good festival, this means a panoply of new marketing materials, in this case in the form of pictures. First up is a new pic from "Wish You Were Here" featuring Aussie stars Joel Edgerton and Teresa Palme...

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    Barry Sonnenfeld To Direct Supernatural 'Lore' With Dwayne Johnson

    For the five of you that are going to wonder.... No, this is not remake of Cate Shortland's recent post-WWII drama, but instead is Warner Bros. upcoming graphic novel adaptation that has Dwayne Johnson attached to star. And now, it's locking down a director.

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    Kino Lorber Takes 'You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet' Ahead of New York Film Festival Premiere

    Kino Lorber has acquired all U.S. Rights to Alan Resnais' "You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet" ahead of its North American premiere at the 50th New York Film Festival on October 2nd.

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