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    Forest Whitaker Says He's Got 3 Projects He Plans To Direct; One Dealing With Uganda's Child Soldiers

    From our brothers at The Playlist, who talked with Forest Whitaker yesterday at the Marrakech Film Festival (damn, I wish I was there) where the actor is onhand to be honored with a career achievement award:

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    'Knuckle' Director Ian Palmer Talks Bringing The Documentary To TV, Reveals Vin Diesel Was Interested In Movie Rights

    Aside from maybe Errol Morris' "Tabloid," there is no story you'll see in a docmentary this year as astonishingly odd and visceral as that in Ian Palmer's "Knuckle." But unlike Morris' film, which centers on a single incident in the already quirky life of one woma...

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    Holly Hunter Joins Diablo Cody's Directorial Debut Which Isn't Called 'Lamb Of God' Anymore

    With "Young Adult" rolling into theaters this weekend, and the press tour of duty winding down, it looks like Diablo Cody can put her full attention back on her directorial debut, which has added a cast member but lost a title.

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    Preview 2010 B3 FeatureLabs Project "Gauguin's Lover"

    Hmm... curious about this one.

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    Marrakech Film Festival '11: Forest Whitaker Will Direct & Star In Ugandan Child Soldier Tale 'Better Angels'

    Forest Whitaker isn't just an actor with thirty years experience in front of the camera, or an Oscar-winning movie star, but in the late 1990s and early 2000s, he also managed to carve out a second career as a director, debuting with the immensely successful "Waiting To Exhale" before going on to he...

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    CASTING WATCH: Ramirez for Star Trek, Hopkins & Mirren for Making of Psycho, Lovelace Goes Blonder

    J.J. Abrams is eyeing Edgar Ramirez to play the villain in the upcoming "Star Trek" sequel. Benicio del Toro was attached, but that's fallen through. The "Carlos" star now has a chance to make a grand franchise entrance into the mainstream.

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    'American Psycho' Is Getting A Remake Now

    Fresh off the news of a remake of "Starship Troopers" for no good reason, here comes another terrible idea.

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    Poster For 'Perfect Sense' With Ewan McGregor & Eva Green Declares "Without Love There Is Nothing"

    If the epidemic in Steven Soderbergh's "Contagion" could flat out kill you, in David McKenzie's "Perfect Sense" another virus is sweeping the land, but one that will disconnect you from your surroundings at the most primal level.

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    Variety Launches IMDB Competitor for Those Who Don't Trust the Internet

    Want the name of the second assistant hair stylist on "Hairspray"? The sound recordist on Lynn Ramsay's 1996 short film "Kill the Day"? Continuity errors in "Charade"? The list of characters played by Frank Oz in "The Great Muppet Caper"? You should go to ...

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    Adele Haenel, Bill Skarsgard Among EFP's 2012 Shooting Stars

    For the past 15 years, European Film Promotion (EFP) has showcased ten young actors who have shown potential in feature films in order to help them expand their careers to a more international level. Previous Shooting Stars have included Thure Lindhardt, Mélanie Laurent, Elena Anaya, and...

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