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    Idris Elba Evolves from Savior to Criminal in Striking 'Beasts of No Nation' Character Teases

    The highly anticipated drama from Emmy-winnining "True Detective" director Cary Fukunaga hits Netflix and select theaters this October.

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    Lynch, Fincher, 'True Detective' and the Unknowable Future of Auteur TV

    As David Lynch wrests total creative control from Showtime, and David Fincher loses his at HBO, what happens when other uncompromising filmmakers turn to TV?

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    Netflix's Oscar Hopeful 'Beasts of No Nation' Books Theatrical Release (Trailer)

    Clearly, Oscars are in view for Cary Fukunaga's African-set drama, which has a day-and-date release this October after playing Venice and Toronto.

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    Watch: War Lord Idris Elba Reigns Over Harrowing 'Beasts of No Nation' Teaser

    The drama from Emmy-winnining "True Detective" director Cary Fukunaga is one of the most anticipated titles of the fall movie season.

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    Stephen King's 'It' Has a Director

    The King adaptation formerly in the hands of Cary Fukunaga has a future after all.

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    How Steven Soderbergh Made 'The Knick' Must-See TV, and More

    Michael Sugar of Anonymous Content has been Steven Soderbergh's manager for six years; he walks us through why the director has rejected movies in favor of must-see Cinemax series "The Knick," starring Clive Owen. And more.

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    It's Curtains for Cary Fukunaga's 'It' Adaptation

    Fukunaga's two-part Stephen King adaptation has been shelved indefinitely.

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