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    David Fincher To Produce 'IOU,' The Next Effort From 'Mean Creek' Director Jacob Aaron Estes

    David Fincher doesn't produce very often, so you can bet if he's throwing his weight behind something, he believes in it. To date, Fincher has put his name on those BMW ads in the early '00s directed by folks like Joe Carnahan and John Frankenheimer, Catherine Hardwicke's "Lords...

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    The New York Times to Support Short-Form Documentaries in Collaboration with BRITDOC

    BRITDOC announced today at Good Pitch Europe that it will be working with The New York Times to support short-form documentaries. The not-for-profit film foundation will give grants to those individual filmmakers chosen by the paper to make original shorts for the website (NYTimes.com) and The New Y...

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    Los Angeles Film Festival 2012 Winners ('Four,' 'All Is Well,' 'The Chair' Take Top Honors)

    Los Angeles Film Festival 2012 Winners ('Four,' 'All Is Well,' 'The Chair' Take Top Honors)

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    New In UK Theaters This Week: Noel Clarke's Sci-Fi Horror 'Storage 24'

    It would be nice to have info on "black films" opening each week in theaters all over the world; but I don't readily have access to that info. If anything, I rely on readers to let us know about films opening in their cities that we haven't written about, since it's nearly...

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    Rob Reiner Makes A Return To Genre With Psychiatric Thriller 'You Belong To Me'

    Since recently putting his name to such feel-good schmaltz as “Flipped” and “The Bucket List,” it appears director Rob Reiner now craves a return to the darker films of his early career (“Ghosts of Mississippi,” “Misery”). He's just signed on to co...

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    New In USA Theaters This Week: 'Beast Of The Southern Wild' & 'Madea's Witness Protection'

    Gee, I dunno... it's a tough choice between those 2 films. Hmmm... I'm so torn. Maybe you guys can help me out?

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    Wally Pfister Promises Hour Of 'Dark Knight Rises' IMAX Footage, Will Not DP Own Directorial Effort

    Just as Christopher Nolan's stamp on the Batman franchise comes to an end with “The Dark Knight Rises,” the film stands to hold a greater meaning for his long-time DP, Wally Pfister. It was recently revealed the installment will serve as Pfister's last film as cinematographer bef...

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    Mark Strong To Star In Western 'Provenance' From 'Wild Bill' Director Dexter Fletcher

    After making his name in the U.K. as a child actor, Dexter Fletcher became known to wider audiences after a starring role in Guy Ritchie’s break-out British gangster flick “Lock, stock and Two Smoking Barrels.” Be it on television or on the big screen, Fletcher has been a near cons...

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    Marilyn Manson Heads To 'Californication'; Kristin Schaal Voices 'Cloudy 2'; Cobie Smulders Finds 'Safe Haven' & Christopher Meloni Joins 'They Came Together'

    (Former) shock rocker (is he all that shocking anymore?) Marilyn Manson seems to be enjoying this whole acting thing. He's done bit parts here and there over the years ("Party Monster" and "Jawbreaker" among them), but it seems he's taking a bigger step toward movie roles...

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    Bobby Cannavale Is Ricky Roma In ‘Glengarry Glen Ross’ Revival

    When we last heard of the Broadway revival of the Pulitzer prize winning “Glengarry Glen Ross,” it was reported that Al Pacino would be joining the cast as the sadsack and desperate Shelley “The Machine” Levene, played by Jack Lemmon in James Foley’s 1992 film adaptatio...

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