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    Watch: 2 New Clips From David Gordon Green’s ‘Joe’ Starring Nicolas Cage, Plus New Photos

    “He could handle a venomous cottonmouth snake without protection. That showed me an actor that was fearless,” David Gordon Green said recently about his “Joe” star Nicolas Cage. “If it was appropriate for the role or his character, he would get in that mind-set and he could do anything — he would do...

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    Steven Soderbergh and David Gordon Green Get Greenlight for Comedy Pilot at Amazon

    Amazon has greenlit a new comedy series from David Gordon Green and Steven Soderbergh.

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    David Gordon Green & Steven Soderbergh Bring ‘Red Oaks’ To Amazon Studios, Green Downplays Chris Pine Thriller

    Steven Soderbergh has always been one of director David Gordon Green’s models for an ideal career path, and it’s a perplexing thought that the two filmmakers previously haven’t secured a reason to collaborate. They came close—Green’s adaptation of “A Confederacy of Dunces" promised Soderbergh as pro...

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    Watch: New Trailer For David Gordon Green's 'Joe' Starring Nicolas Cage

    Sometimes you're a little reluctant to work with a big named actor if you're an indie filmmaker. “When you get involved in a professional relationship with a movie star you never know what’s going to show up—whether or not he’s going to lock himself in his trailer,” David Gordon Green said. “With Ni...

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    Watch: David Gordon Green Goes Back to Gritty Drama With 'Joe' Trailer, Starring Nicolas Cage

    You'd be hard pressed to single out a contemporary filmmaker who took a detour more surprising than the one David Gordon Green did. This year he looks to continue his indie comeback with the hard-hitting drama "Joe," based on the gritty novel by Larry Brown.

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    Watch: Super Bowl Spots Directed By David Gordon Green & Nicolas Winding Refn, Plus 'Seinfeld' Reunion & More

    Last night, a game was played, and a team won and a team lost, and Seattle seemed to be super happy for some reason. But for our purposes, the Super Bowl means lot of new trailers (including "The Amazing Spider-Man 2," "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" and the first teaser for "Transformers: Age...

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    David Gordon Green Goes To 'The Line' With Chris Pine; 'Blue Caprice' Director Goes Down The Remake Road & More

    After his self-assured feature film debut—2000’s “George Washington”—few could have predicted the twists and turns that David Gordon Green’s filmography has taken. Working at a furiously fast pace, just when you think you've got him pegged, he confounds once more. Don’t let him make a remake of the...

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    Watch: David Gordon Green Goes Back to Gritty Drama With First Trailer for 'Joe,' Starring Nicolas Cage

    You'd be hard pressed to single out a contemporary filmmaker who took a detour more surprising than the one David Gordon Green did. After drawing comparisons to the work of Terrence Malick for poetically capturing southern life via the small-scaled indies "George Washington," "All the Real Girls" an...

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    Watch: First Trailer For David Gordon Green's Gritty 'Joe' Starring Nicolas Cage & Tye Sheridan

    One of 21 Best Films Of 2014 We've Already Seen, things have been pretty quiet around "Joe" even after a good festival run last year. But that's about to change; the film is rolling out overseas and the first trailer is here, and it's unlike anything we've seen from either director David Gordon Gree...

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    How 'Eastbound and Down' Perfectly Captured Aggro Sports Culture in Kenny Powers

    "Eastbound and Down" has ended, but Kenny Powers lives on. Despite knowing nothing about sports, series creators Jody Hill, Danny McBride and Ben Best stumbled upon an enduring American type in its unforgettable protagonist -- the hulking athlete still desperate to prove his masculinity.

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