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    IN THE WORKS: Stone's Cocaine Corvette, Portman's Next Planet & Polley Goes Atwood

    Emma Stone is set to follow up "The Help" and "Crazy Stupid Love" (and the upcoming "The Amazing Spider Man" and "Gangster Squad") with "Little White Corvette," a GK Films project from the writer of "30 Minutes or Less," Michael Diliberti.

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    Henry Joost & Ariel Schulman Return To Direct 'Paranormal Activity 4,' Hits Theaters On October 19th

    It looks like Paramount loves Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman. Fresh off the announcement that "Paranormal Activty 4" would be coming to theaters this year, Paramount is moving fast, mostly because they have to, with Bloody Disgusting reporting that the studio has re-hired the directing pai...

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    She's Here: New Clip, Trailer & Pics From Steven Soderbergh's 'Haywire'

    For a guy who is set to retire/take a hiatus from filmmaking, Steven Soderbergh couldn't be more busy. "Contagion" just hit theaters last fall, the stripper pic "Magic Mike" is wrapped and headed to theaters this summer, and oh yeah, he's got another movie, finished for a...

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    So, Kanye West Might Be The "Creative Director" Of 'The Jetsons' Movie

    If you were anywhere near Twitter last night, you likely got wind of Kanye West's massive purging session on the social media site, and while we could spend all day digging up nuggets of the rapper's usually golden comments, there is one that Movieline noticed which is certainly...inter...

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    RZA's "The Man With The Iron Fist" Set For October 2012 Release?

    RZA's been awfully quiet about his feature debut, the $20 million The Man With The Iron Fists, which wrapped principal photography 8 or 9 months ago, and, per recent interviews with cast members, is mostly cut, as RZA puts the soundtrack together.

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    MPI Finally Bringing Guillaume Canet's 'Little White Lies' Starring Marion Cotillard & Jean Dujardin To The U.S.

    It has been a long wait for the stateside release of Guillaume Canet's "Little White Lies," his followup to the smash sensation "Tell No One." And it's bit baffling why it's taken this long. The picture premiered at TIFF way back in 2010, and became a bit hit in its n...

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    J. Hoberman Addresses Village Voice Staff: "Nothing lasts forever."

    In the wake of yesterday's news that J. Hoberman, longtime senior film critic for The Village Voice, had been laid off from the publication, the critic has sent a letter to current Voice staffers. Hoberman also posted the letter on his personal website and sent it around to colleagues and friend...

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    Tran Anh Hung Talks His "Deep Spiritual Connection" With 'Norwegian Wood,' Says His Next Film Will Be His French Language Debut

    Bold is the filmmaker who would tackle the prose of cult novelist Haruki Murakami. Though Jun Ichikawa found success adapting the short story "Tony Takitani," most of Murakami's work is desolate and blackly humorous, centered on characters struggling with loneliness in a politically-tr...

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    CASTING WATCH: Brit Go-To-Guy Benedict Cumberbatch Rides into Star Trek

    Benedict Cumberbatch can ride that "War Horse" all the way into production on J. J. Abrams' "Star Trek" sequel. The actor ("Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy," "Atonement," voices in the upcoming "The Hobbit") has boarded the Paramount franchise, and rumor has it it's to play to play the villain...

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    'The Night Flier' Writer/Director Mark Pavia Working On A New Stephen King Anthology Film

    Stephen King is best known as one of the most prolific writers of pop horror novels, whose material has served as the foundation for numerous film adaptations (“The Shining,” “The Shawshank Redemption,” “Stand By Me”) and television series ("Bag Of Bones"). And it's far from over.

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