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    Cinedigm to Acquire New Video Group in $20 Million Deal

    Cinedigm Digital Cinema Corp. is acquiring New Video Group in a $20 million deal. New Video co-presidents Steve Savage and Susan Margolin will become co-presidents of Cinedigm Entertainment Group and report to Cinedigm chairman and CEO Chris McGurk. New Video COO Aimee Connolly will now have the ...

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    First Look: Amanda Seyfried as Cosette in 'Les Miserables'

    Check out a snap of Amanda Seyfried in full costume on set as Cosette on the set of the upcoming musical "Les Miserables." (Below and here.) American Seyfried, who displayed her singing chops in "Mamma Mia!," joins a stellar cast...

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    'Angels In The Outfield' Reunion: Tony Danza Takes Role In Joseph Gordon-Levitt's Directorial Debut

    For his brewing directorial debut Joseph Gordon-Levitt could have called on favors from the array of folks he's worked with over the years, but so far, he's teaming with new faces. Scarlett Johansson was the first to come on board, followed by Julianne Moore (okay, she cameod in "Electr...

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    Watch: Bob Balaban Gives A Tour Of New Penzance In Clip From Wes Anderson's 'Moonrise Kingdom'

    There is something about being back in the distinct world of a filmmaker that can be both comforting and exciting. And while Wes Anderson's "Moonrise Kingdom" marks his first period picture and first live action movie since 2007's "The Darjeeling Limited" everything we...

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    Martin Scorsese Reacts to Levon Helm's Death

    The music world took a major blow yesterday with the passing of Levon Helm, the famed drummer for The Band, who died after a prolonged battle with cancer at 71. For years, Helm hosted a prolonged jam session known as the Midnight Ramble, in which the lively musician and numerous guests played into t...

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    Jerusalem, I Love You

    One of our favorite clients, Emmanual Benbihy, who allowed us to help with Paris, Je T’aime (ISA:Celsius) and even New York, I Love You (ISA:QED International), has since moved to Shanghai to make Shanghai, I Love You (ISA:WestEnd) and during the Berlinale, Berlin, I Love You was announced. ...

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    Watch: Abbie Cornish Wishes She Had A Swing Set In First Clip From Texan-Set Drama 'The Girl'

    After a break out turn in Jane Campion's "Bright Star," Abbie Cornish has landed a number of profile projects with "Limitless," "Sucker Punch" and "W.E." all coming out last year to varying degrees of success. The actress also teamed with Martin McDonagh f...

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    Former 'Sons Of Anarchy' Star Taylor Sheridan Sells Spec Script 'Comancheria'; Peter Berg Eyeing As Directorial Vehicle

    What's in the water over at FX's biker-drama "Sons Of Anarchy"? First, star Charlie Hunnam sells a spec script based on Vlad The Impaler -- which, last we heard, was being rewritten by James Gray for Anthony Mandler to direct -- and now former co-star Taylor Sheridan (who play...

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    James Corden In Talks To Play Reality Show Opera Star Paul Potts In 'Devil Wears Prada' Director David Frankel's 'One Chance'

    British actor James Corden is the toast of Broadway at the moment. The 33-year-old, got his start in Mike Leigh's "All Or Nothing" and in the stage and film versions of Alan Bennett's "The History Boys," and became a household name in the U.K. after co-writing and starrin...

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    Ben Wheatley's 'Sightseers' Will Reportedly Premiere At The Cannes Director's Fortnight

    Yesterday brought a bounty of good news to anyone headed to the Cannes Film Festival next month. An impressive slate of films were unveiled in what is shaping up to be a helluva strong lineup and it looks like there will be some enticing titles unspooling off the Croisette as well.

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