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    Box Office: "Way Back," "Company Men" Debut As Oscar Hopefuls Keep It Coming (UPDATED)

    Newmarket Films opened Peter Weir's "The Way Back" this weekend on a considerably wide 678 theaters. According to estimates provided by Rentrak, however, the results were not spectacular. The film, starring Jim Sturgess, Ed Harris and Colin Farrell, grossed $1,465,158, averaging $2,161. Though cer...

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    "King's Speech" Surprises At PGA Awards

    The Producers Guild of America's annual awards have been announced, and Tom Hooper's "The King's Speech" surprised as the main winner over "The Social Network." The PGA winner has gone on to win best picture at the Oscars the past three years.

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    "Like Crazy" Sells To Paramount For $4 Million

    Definitely the biggest deal of Sundance so far, Drake Doremus' "Like Crazy" sold to Paramount this morning for a reported $4 million. The Weinstein Company and Summit Entertainment were apparently both involved in bidding wars for the film, but Paramount ended up nabbing worldwide rights.

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    Roadside and Lionsgate Team For Sundance's "Margin Call"

    One of the first major deals of Sundance went down last night as a late night bargaining session saw Lionsgate and Roadside Attractions team to acquire and release J.C. Chandor's thriller "Margin Call."

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    Sundance Day 3: Minute by Minute

    Each day at the Sundance Film Festival (January 20-30), indieWIRE is publishing a frequently updated dispatch from Park City.

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    Sundance 2011 Daily Links: Day 3

    Every day at Sundance, indieWIRE posts a rundown of news from our blog network as well as other outlets. Included today: "Hobo With a Shotgun" impresses, Reverse Shot offers their first dispatch and Anne Thompson reports on buyer interest surrounding "Margin Call."

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    Any movie on VOD: Distribber introduces flat-fee cable VOD

    Here's the latest variation on hybrid distribution: cable VOD for a flat fee. Distribber and Brainstorm Media will give your film a cable VOD release and leave you with all rights and all revenue. The release doesn't specify the fee, but we hear it's around $10,000. More to come on how the the distr...

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    Sundance's "Knuckle" Snagged for International Rights

    ContentFilm has picked up international rights (excluding U.K.) to Sundance World Cinema Documentary competition film, "Knuckle," directed by Ian Palmer. CAA is retaining North American rights.

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    France's César Nominations Unveiled Friday

    France's César nominations were unveiled Friday in Paris, with Roman Polanski's "The Ghost Writer" and French director Mathier Amalric's "On Tour" picking up a number of noms, including Best Picture and Best Director. In the foreign category, North American nominations were picked up by David Finche...

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    Sundance '11 | Redford Talks New Ideas & Initiatives and a Shout Out to Slamdance

    The Sundance Film Festival kicks off Thursday night with multiple screenings, but the event took a backseat at the afternoon's Sundance Institute press conference overseen by founder Robert Redford, Sundance Institute head Keri Putnam and festival director John Cooper.

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