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    Adopt Films Nabs 'Cafe de Flore' Starring Vanessa Paradis

    Adopt Films continues its aggressive buying spree, nabbing U.S. rights to Jean-Marc Valee's "Cafe de Flore," starring Vanessa Paradis, just a day after acquiring U.S. rights to Christian Petzold's acclaimed "Barbara," which just won the Silver Bear for best director at Be...

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    Discuss: Does Universal Need Matt Damon & Paul Greengrass To Return For 'Bourne'?

    So far in 2012, Universal has been flexing their box office muscle hard thanks to the success of a couple of no frills action vehicles. Mark Wahlberg's midbudgeted ($25 million not including P&A) "Contraband" is already over $70 million worldwide (most of that from the domestic box...

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    Russell Crowe, Alex Proyas, David Michod, Anthony LaPaglia, Toni Collette & More To Direct 'Sydney Unplugged'

    Anthology films are back in vogue after the relative success of the "Cities of Love" project which spawned "Paris, je t'aime" and "New York, I Love You," while there are plans for similar films in Rio, Shanghai, Jerusalem and Berlin. While the finished products are ...

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    Carlos Saura Frames Up Antonio Banderas For Role As Pablo Picasso In '33 Days'

    Since his death in 1973 there have been more than twenty actors to play Pablo Picasso on film and television (thank you, IMDb) including Brian Cox, Anthony Hopkins, and last year Marcial Di Fonzo Bo depicted the famous artist in Woody Allen's "Midnight In Paris." Next up will be arguab...

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    John Turturro Will Direct & Star In 'Fading Gigolo' With Sharon Stone; May Appear In Michael Bay's 'Pain & Gain'

    While he’s one of our most respected actors -- who somehow has never received an Oscar nomination, that’s another story -- the world of feature filmmaking hasn’t been exactly kind to actor John Turturro.

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    Adopt Films Completes Berlinale Acquisition Hat Trick With 'Barbara'

    Adopt Films continued its aggressive buying spree at the Berlin International Film Festival, picking up all U.S. rights to Christian Petzold's acclaimed "Barbara," which just won the Silver Bear for best director at the festival.

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    Bill Duke's "Dark Girls" Out on DVD in The Next 3 Months; "Yellow Brick Rd" & "What is A Man" In The Works

    Bill Duke's powerful documentary tackling America's issue of 'colorism' in the African American community Dark Girls, screened at the Pan African Film Festival last night. Tambay, who attended the screening, gave us a few updates from the Q&A session after the film.

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    Sundance Institute Names Creative Producing Fellowship in Honor of Bingham Ray, Worth $10,000

    At Bingham Ray's LA Memorial at Busby's on Wilshire Friday, the Sundance Institute's Keri Putnam, John Cooper and Trevor Groth announced a new creative producing fellowship to honor Bingham Ray, worth $10,000.

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    McG Set To Make 'Puzzle Palace' His Next Film; Says It Has A 'Die Hard' Tone & Would Be "Designed For A Gosling"

    With the release of "This Means War" coming this weekend, director McG is prepared to try something just a bit different. He's been attached to "Puzzle Palace" since late last year, an action script penned by "Safe House" writer David Guggenheim. Development stalled...

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    Morgan Freeman Likely To Return When "Red" Sequel Starts Production Later This Year

    Summit Entertainment is close to securing a director for it's planned sequel to hit action film Red, THR is reporting.  The film starred Morgan Freeman, Bruce Willis, John Malkovich, and Helen Mirren; all of whom are expected to return for the sequel.

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