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    California Assembly Votes to Extend $100 Million in Tax Credits for Two Years

    The California Assembly overwhelmingly passed a bill Thursday to extend the state’s $100 million in annual tax credits for local film and TV production for another two years, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The Senate is expected to act on the bill next week.

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    Pierre Morel To Direct Pierre Morel-Esque 'The Hitman's Bodyguard'

    While his sister Megan has become something of a saviour for auteurs like John Hillcoat and Paul Thomas Anderson, David Ellison is the flipside to that coin with major stakes in tentpoles like last year’s rousing success, “Mission: Impossible -- Ghost Protocol,” and his Skydance Productions is enter...

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    Sanaa Lathan Talks About Plans For A 'Best Man' Sequel

    I know a lot of people have been begging for one. Why, I honestly don't know. Was the first one THAT great? I barely remember a damn thing about it. But nevertheless, there are people anxiously waiting for a followup.

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    'Secrets & Lies' Oscar Nominee Marianne Jean-Baptiste Joins 'RoboCop'

    Though some aren't quite enamored with this film already, “Elite Squad” helmer José Padilha has assembled quite a cast for his remake of Paul Verhoeven’s cult classic, “RoboCop.” And he keeps adding to it as Marianne Jean-Baptiste has joined the cast as the Detroit Police Chief, Karen Dean.

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    Sundance Biopic Winner 'Violeta Went to Heaven' Acquired by Kino Lorber

    Kino Lorber has acquired North American rights to Andres Wood's "Violeta Went to Heaven." The film, which this year won the Sundance World Cinema Dramatic Jury Prize, is about musician, folksinger and poet, Violet Parra of the Latin American music world.

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    Listen: “Application 45 Version 1″ From Jonny Greenwood's Score To Paul Thomas Anderson's 'The Master'

    It was only three days ago when the soundtrack details for Paul Thomas Anderson’s “The Master” were announced and now, we have our first full listen to a tune from Jonny Greenwood’s score.

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    Tom Hanks To Produce JFK Assassination Drama 'Parkland'

    It's safe to say that whenever actor Tom Hanks switches to being a producer, his preference is for projects that delve into an American historical event. Whether it's the HBO series "From the Earth to the Moon," "Band of Brothers" or "The Pacific," Hanks clearly has a keen interest in the past, and ...

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    A New Opportunity For College-Age Film Critics: Indiewire, the Film Society of Lincoln Center and Film Comment to Host Workshop For Budding NYC Critics During NYFF

    Earlier this month, Indiewire joined forces with the Locarno Film Festival, and the Film Society of Lincoln Center to host a workshop in Switzerland for aspiring film critics. We don't want to sound too self-congratulatory, because the participants were as much a part of the experience as the pe...

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    James Franco Directing Art Project About James Franco & Lindsay Lohan; 'As I Lay Dying' Starts Casting

    Who are you, James Franco? In his never-ending quest to defy convention, Franco recently picked up a role in actioner "Homefront," written by Sylvester Stallone and starring Jason Statham, returned to TV for four episodes of "Hollywood Heights," and will cameo later this year in "Lovelace" as Hugh H...

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    Trailer Watch - Forest Whitaker In Hardcore Action Flick 'The Last Stand'

    NOW we're talking! Here's the just-released trailer for the upcoming hardcore action flick, The Last Stand, marking the return to the screen, in a lead role, for Arnold Schwarzenegger, doing what he knows best: knocking heads and creating mayhem.

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