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    Paul Dano, Toby Kebbell, Michael Pitt & More Testing To Play Tetsuo In 'Akira'

    Paul Dano, Toby Kebbell, Michael Pitt & More Testing To Play Tetsuo In 'Akira'

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    James McAvoy Talks 'Arthur Christmas,' Danny Boyle's 'Trance' & His Secret Love for 'Santa Claus: The Movie'

    James McAvoy Talks 'Arthur Christmas,' Danny Boyle's 'Trance' & His Secret Love for 'Santa Claus: The Movie'

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    Cool Japanese Poster For 'Young Adult' & New Pics From The Film

    Paramount Pictures has been pretty savvy in their promotional push for “Young Adult.” They learned a lesson from the hard to maintain early heat of Jason Reitman’s last film “Up In The Air,” and avoided the festival circuit, favoring pop up screenings in fairly ran...

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    Rotterdam Unveils First Five Films Competing for Tiger Awards

    The International Film Festival Rotterdam has locked down the first five films selected to compete for the 2012 Tiger Awards, which go to first or second films from up and coming filmmakers. The five selected works are: The Polish-American co-production "It Looks Pretty From a Distance,&qu...

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    Writer Peter Straughan Confirms That 'Smiley's People' Will Form Basis Of A 'Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy' Sequel

    It's something that will become clear to most of you in the coming weeks, with the film finally opening in the U.S soon, but to reiterate what we've been saying for a while -- "Tinker, Tailor, Soldier Spy" rocks. Meticulously made on every level, with a brace of impeccable performances, it works as ...

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    Is Werc Werk Works Dead? Uncertain Future for Producer Redleaf's FilmCo

    Is Werk Werk Works, the bold indie film company founded by producer Christine Walker and benefactor Elizabeth Redleaf in 2008, on the rocks? Responsible for five films to date, including Todd Solondz's "Life During Wartime," Rob Epstein and Jeff Friedman's "Howl," Bela...

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    Michael Fassbender Talks Researching Carl Jung For 'A Dangerous Method'

    Michael Fassbender recently took some time away from his endlessly busy 2011 to speak with The Playlist about his role as swiss psychiatrist Carl Gustav Jung in David Cronenberg’s “A Dangerous Method,” which opens in limited release this week. The story focuses on the early career ...

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    Chastity and Motherhood: How Conservative is "Twilight: Breaking Dawn"?

    Is there any better example of the need for Planned Parenthood than "Twilight: Breaking Dawn"? That's a joke, of course. For those looking for examples of the conservative and reactionary nature of Hollywood, there's no stronger proof than Stephanie Meyer's no-sex-before-mar...

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    Steven Soderbergh Considering Post-'U.N.C.L.E.' Options & New 'Haywire' Photos

    After exiting the gestating adaptation of '60's spy series "The Man From U.N.C.L.E." as a result of casting and budgeting, it looks like Steven Soderbergh is wasting no time in finding his replacement with his upcoming sabbatical to still take place after filming the Liberace biopi...

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    Terry Gilliam Still Trying, Hopes To Make 'The Man Who Killed Don Quixote' With Robert Duvall Next Spring

    Terry Gilliam Still Trying, Hopes To Make 'The Man Who Killed Don Quixote' With Robert Duvall Next Spring

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