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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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    Jessica Chastain, Mila Kunis, Olivia Wilde & More To Feature In James Franco-Led Anthology Films Based On Poets C.K. Williams & Stephen Dobyns

    Already the out-and-out definition of a entertainment multi-hyphenate, poetry is something that also evidently flows in James Franco's blood, and is a world he loves to delve into for his film projects. Franco has made several shorts based on poems, including works by Anthony Hecht ("T...

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    Terrence Malick's Untitled Romance Now Called 'To The Wonder,' Lands R Rating

    It was just a couple of weeks ago that we wondered if we were going to be seeing Terrence Malick's then-untitled romance starring (deep breath) Ben Affleck, Olga Kurylenko, Rachel McAdams, Rachel Weisz, Javier Bardem, Barry Pepper, Michael Sheen and Amanda Peet before the end of the year. And at...

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    Watch: 4 Minute Super Preview For 'The Amazing Spider-Man' Brings Big Set Piece & Recycled Footage

    Well, you can't say that Sony isn't trying. Launching their new 4 minute super preview of Marc Webb's "The Amazing Spider-Man" they boldly proclaim it's the most anticipated film of the summer. Well, maybe behind "Prometheus" and "The Dark Knight Rises."...

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    Megalyn Echikunwoke, Amaury Nolasco Join Cast Of 5th Die Hard Movie - "A Good Day to Die Hard"

    Whether you want one or not, you should know that another film (the 5th) in the Die Hard franchise is in development; actually, it's beyond "in development;" Principal photography is already underway in Europe, with a February 12, 2013 release scheduled.

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    Alfonso Cuarón's 'Gravity' Pushed To 2013; 'Gangster Squad' Lands September 7th Release Date

    Well, if you thought the half-finished, test-screening speculation on Alfonso Cuaron's "Gravity" last week was bad enough, just watch what some corners of the internet will be saying about this latest update on the film.

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    Watch: Bob Balaban Introduces Us To Bill Murray, Bruce Willis, Edward Norton & Wes Anderson In 4 'Moonrise Kingdom' Featurettes

    Well, Bob Balaban is currently on his way to France on a red eye flight, and there is less than 48 hours to go until the Cannes Film Festival kicks off with "Moonrise Kingdom."

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    In The Works: Scorsese Producing Rolls Royce Love Story; Roach, Downey Jr. & Cruise Wanted for 'El Presidente'

    Jay Roach ("Game Change," "The Campaign") is in negotiations to direct "El Presidente," from "Parks and Recreation" writer Dan Goor. The Warner Bros. comedy follows an overzealous secret service agent who is relegated to guarding America's worst former pre...

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    Channing Tatum Takes The Lead In Roland Emmerich's 'White House Down'

    Well, Channing Tatum has officially arrived. After powering two of the biggest hits of the year so far with "The Vow" and "21 Jump Street," the hard working actor is being given the keys to a Roland Emmerich blockbuster. That's not a bad reward at all.

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