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    "Buddha In Africa" (Malawian Boy Raised In Chinese Orphanage & Trained In Martial Arts) Gets Funding Boost

    Here's an update on another project, still in the financing stage, that I've been tracking since first learning about it earlier this year;

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    WB Sets Summer 2013: 'The Hangover 3' Arrives May 24; '300: Battle Of Artemisia' Will Yell On August 2; 'Pacific Rim' Shifts To July 12

    Well, their rivals better bring the noise, because right now, WB is throwing down a helluva gauntlet for the multiplex in 2013. They've already got "Man Of Steel" ready to fly back into action on June 14th, and now they've surround the pic with two high profile sequels, and one meg...

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    In The Works: Williams to Play Ol' Dirty Bastard, Imagine Going to '1984,' Russell's 'Bullshit'

    HBO favorite Michael K. Williams (Omar Little on "The Wire," Chalky White on "Boardwalk Empire") has signed on to star as the late Ol' Dirty Bastard (aka Russell Jones) in "Dirty White Boy." The true story charts the rise of the VH1 intern who became Ol' Dirty Bastard's manager...

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    SXSW Winner 'Citadel' Goes to Cinedigm and New Video

    "Citadel," winner for the Midnighter Audience Award at the recently wrapped SXSW Film Festival, has been acquired for the US by Cinedigm Entertainment Group and New Video. Cinedigm will handle the theatrical distribution, while New Video will roll the film out VOD and DVD/Blu-ra

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    'The Harry Potter Wizard's Collection' Is A Nineteen Pound Bundle of Joy for Franchise Fans

    "Harry Potter" fans, take note: Warner Home Video is releasing a limited and numbered collection of 31 discs, including all previously released content (eight films in Blu-ray, DVD and UltraViolet digital copy), an additional five hours of never-before-seen exclusive material and collectible memorab...

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    Juan Carlos Fresnadillo Says He's No Longer Directing 'Bioshock'; Says 'Highlander' Will Come From The Universe Of The Original Film

    While many video game fans know the very low success rate of games-to-movies, they remain excited about an adaptation of "Bioshock." The ambitious game and its sequel have been world-building to an epic extent, taking place in an underwater civilization in 1960. Gore Verbinski was set to produce, wi...

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    'Dragon Tattoo' DVD Release Maintains Anti-Establishment Attitude with Pirated Disc

    "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo" DVD release has, according to TheWrap, "created the sort of mystery that even Lisbeth Salander might have trouble solving." It looks like a blank, pirated disc with the title seemingly hand-scrawled across it...

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    Clive Owen Doesn't Know What's Going On With 'Sin City 2'; Says 'Trouble Is My Business' Is Dead

    In a film of standout moments and colorful characters, Clive Owen was hard to forget as the noble Dwight in "Sin City". Dwight makes a few appearances in Frank Miller's "Sin City" comic world, so it would only make sense that Owen would reprise the role, even if his character repeatedly undergoes ex...

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    Exclusive: Trailer For 'How To Grow A Band' A Documentary On Grammy-Winning Chris Thile & Punch Brothers

    Navigating and maintaining a career in music is a perilous journey, one where paying your dues doesn't always lead to a big break. But for 26-year-old Chris Thile, he's already reached some pretty big career highs, nabbing a couple of Grammys for both his solo work and his efforts with the p...

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    Oscar-Nominated Screenwriter Tonino Guerra, Who Wrote 'Blow-Up' and 'Amarcord,' Dies at 92

    Italian screenwriter Tonino Guerra, the man behind Michelangelo Antonioni's "Blow-Up" and Federico Fellini's "Amarcord," has died at 92. The three-time Oscar nominee had been battling illness for several months in Rimini in central Italy, the AFP reported. Born in 19...

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