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    Edward James Olmos & Isaiah Washington Star In John Sayles' Next Film 'Go For Sisters'

    John Sayles is still churning out films on a fairly regular basis, and his most recent effort “Amigo” got its limited release in theaters in August last year. Starring Chris Cooper, Garret Dillahunt and Dane DeHaan (“Chronicle”), the film was moderately well received, bu...

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    'The Inbetweeners' Being Prepped For An American Movie Remake Now Too

    So, let's straighten this all out. First there was the BBC hit comedy show "The Inbetweeners," about four young lads who are interested in the kinds of things young lads are usually interested in: alcohol and sex. The show gained a strong following, but no one could have predicted that...

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    Details On 'Ruby Sparks' Soundtrack By Devotchka's Nick Urata; Also Features Plastic Bertrand, Sylvie Vartan & More

    The first time the indie-rockers Devotchka penned a score to a movie, they made a pretty big splash with the killer soundtrack to Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris' "Little Miss Sunshine" that they co-wrote with composer Mychael Danna ("Moneyball"). It's been often imitiated and certainly often-reus...

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    Halle Berry Sought For Nollywood Director Obi Emelonye's Next - An Epic Titled 'Safari'

    Worth-listening to conversation with Nollywood director Obi Emelonye, whose follow-up to his 2011 fantasy/adventure hit The Mirror Boy, titled Last Flight To Abuja (the pricey disaster/thriller, said to be the first of its kind in Nollywood, inspired by true events), op...

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    Millennium Partners With Tugg on 'The Babymakers'

    Millennium Entertainment will work with Tugg to expand the release platform for its comedy "The Babymakers," directed by Jay Chandrasekhar.

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    Craig Gillespie To Direct Will Ferrell Comedy 'The Flamingo Thief'

    2011 wasn't kind to Craig Gillespie. His remake of "Fright Night" was unfairly ignored (c'mon, it featured an awesomely smarmy Colin Farrell and was a bit of goofy fun with some decent thrills) and then in the fall, he dropped out of the forever developing "Pride And Prejudice...

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    Andrea Arnold's 'Wuthering Heights' (With 1st Black Heathcliff) Finally Gets Official USA Release Date!

    It was announced last fall that Oscilloscope Laboratories had picked up North American distribution rights to Andrea Arnold's adaptation of Wuthering Heights, with plans to release the film theatrically some time in 2012; although no specific day/month was given.

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    HBO's 'The Newsroom' and 'True Blood' Will Be Back for Second and Sixth Seasons

    HBO has announced today that it would greenlight a sophomore season for Aaron Sorkin's news media drama "The Newsroom" and the sixth season of sultry vampire soap opera "True Blood."

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    Another Menacing Image From Brian De Palma's 'Passion' Starring Rachel McAdams & Noomi Rapace

    So, will Brian De Palma's "Passion" be a long awaited return to form or another ambitious disappointment? Well, we'll still have to wait and see, but we'd be lying if we said that the images released thus far haven't been making us excited. And now you can add one more to t...

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    Universal's Animation Whiz Chris Meledandri Supplies a Hit Big Enough for It's Own Ride

    You know you've made a successful family film if it gets its own theme park ride. Universal's Chris Meledandri, who headed the animation for hits "Despicable Me" and "Dr. Seuss' The Lorax," today gets to see the opening of Universal Orlando's Despicable Me: Minion Mayhem.

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