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    Nonso Anozie Joins Viola Davis In "Ender's Game"

    British actor Nonso Anozie, who can currently be seen trying to keep from being eaten by rabid wolves in The Grey, and will soon appear in HBO's second season of Game of Thrones, will join the previously-announced Viola Davis in the sci-fi film Ender's Game, based on the popular book...

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    Dual Coast Screening of Van Peebles' "We The Party" in L.A. & Boston Tomorrow Night + Full Synopsis

    We haven't mentioned this project in a while since we posted the trailer and first synopsis, besides the fact that it's screening at the Pan African Film Festival this weekend. Well now, Mario Van Peebles' We The Party will also screen simultaneously on the east coast in Boston at the Ro...

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    Amy Taubin Joins the New York Film Festival's Selection Committee

    Amy Taubin is joining the New York Film Festival's Selection Committee. She replaces critic Dennis Lim, who concluded his three-year term. This year will mark the festival's 50th anniversary, which will run September 28 to October 14, as well as the last year under Film Society of Linco...

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    Clear Eyes, Full Hearts, 'Kill Bin Laden': Kyle Chandler Joins Kathryn Bigelow's Film; Is The Movie A Procedural?

    With the male leading cast of Kathryn Bigelow's untitled project aka "Kill Bin Laden" featuring two Aussies (Joel Edgerton, Jason Clarke), one Brit (Mark Strong) and a Venezuelan (Edgar Ramirez) it's about time another American came aboard to join Chris Pratt. And you don'...

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    'Gangster Squad' Moves Up One Week, Presumably To Avoid 'Paranormal Activity 4'

    A slight update on the release date front via Warner Bros. The studio has decided to move up its period, L.A. noir drama, "The Gangster Squad," one week from October 19th to October 12th. A minor adjustment perhaps, but worth noting: the picture has likely moved to avoid going face to...

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    McG Discusses The Alternate Endings To 'This Means War' & The (Jokey) "Homoerotic Finish" You'll Get On DVD

    This weekend, Fox's ambitious blend of action, comedy and romance, "This Means War," rolls into theaters starring Chris Pine and Tom Hardy as warring CIA agents at each others' throats vying for the attentions of Reese Witherspoon. With the picture now finished and screenings begin...

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    Andrew Stanton Says Rumors That 'John Carter' Cost $300 Million Is A "Complete And Utter Lie"

    To say that the development of Disney's "John Carter" has been scrutinzed would be an understatement. The project itself has been in the works for years with a handful of directors (Jon Favreau and Robert Rodriguez among them) working on it, but never quite cracking the sci-fi space ep...

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    Weekly Indiewire Clicks: The Best Reviews, News and Features

    This week on Indiewire we hired Alison Willmore to begin TV coverage for the site; Berlinale raged on; we told you what to check out on DVD/Blu-Ray; Melissa Leo discussed playing a crazy cat lady in "Francine"; Keanu Reeves dished on his new documentary; and Lena Dunham talked "G...

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    In Theaters: 'Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance' Declares 'This Means War'

    YEAH! Are you ready for some Cage's Festival of Wigs (TM)??? A wig made of FIRE perhaps? That is right, people. Nicolas Cage is BACK as that motorcycle madman from hell (nope this is not "Drive Angry 2") as the GHOST RIDER in "Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance." And that's...

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    'Green Lantern' Writer Marc Guggenheim To Pen 1930s-Set 'Perry Mason' For Robert Downey Jr.

    Like every other A-lister in Hollywood, Robert Downey Jr. has quite a few projects on the go at any given moment, but the one that seems to be moving along quicker than others is the big screen version of "Perry Mason." It does have franchise potential, after all. The project was first ann...

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