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    Shia LaBeouf, Kate Mara & Gary Oldman Join ‘Man Down’; Joachim Trier's 'Louder Than Bombs' Adds Amy Ryan

    Director Dito Montiel (“A Guide To Recognizing Your Saints,” “Fighting”) has a new film and he’s scored a whale of cast. Shia LaBeouf, Kate Mara and Gary Oldman have all signed on to join his latest, “Man Down.” Written by Adam Simon (“Synapse”), the “psychological thriller” tells the story of a hau...

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    Director Dito Montiel On Being a Straight Director Making a 'Gay Movie'

    Indiewire chats with Montiel just before “Boulevard” screens at Outfest 2014 in LA.

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    Tribeca Review: 'Boulevard' Starring Robin Williams, Kathy Baker And Bob Odenkirk

    In life, things are taken from you. When you experience loss of a spouse or maybe a pet or even an acquaintance, you struggle to grab onto something solid that makes you whole, just as your world is being chipped away. The opening moments of “Boulevard” find Robin Williams' Nolan tending to his bed-...

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    Stream This: 'Tapeheads,' 'Bad Milo!,' 'Boy A' & More On VOD This Week

    Happy Labor Day weekend, stream fans! Summer may be drawing to an official close, but there's nothing withering about the content we're highlighting for you this week. With "Passion" out in theaters today, we'd like to give Brian De Palma a high five: over forty years of filmmaking, and the director...

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    Robin Williams Heads Down Another Dramatic 'Boulevard'

    What’s Robin Williams been up to recently? Well, on the big screen, the answer is not an awful lot. Last year he popped up briefly in episodes of “Wilfred” and “Louie,” and the year before he voiced a couple of characters in “Happy Feet Two.” However, you ha...

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    Casting Watch: Robin Williams Hits the 'Boulevard'

    Robin Williams is set to star in "Boulevard," directed by Dito Montiel ("A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints"). The film centers on Nolan Mack (Williams), a faithful husband in a marriage of convenience who is forced to face his inner secrets when he has a run-in with a younger man (Roberto Aguire).

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    Dwayne Johnson & Liam Hemsworth Looking To Star In Dito Montiel's Heist Flick 'Empire State'

    For someone as naturally, winningly charismatic as he is, and considering he's generally been the best thing in the generally terrible movies he's starred in, Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson hasn't had the easy road to A-list stardom that you might imagine;

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    Watch: Moody Trailer for Channing Tatum Crime Drama 'The Son of No One'

    Channing Tatum has made it hard for us to love him over the years. He began his days as a dancer in a Ricky Martin video, parlayed that success into modelling for the obnoxious eugenic fashion dystopia known to the world as Abercrombie & Fitch, before bumbling into Amanda Bynes transvestite comedies and drippy Nicolas Sparks adaptations. But he’s always seemed to have more fight in him than his anonymous contemporaries (hello, Sam Worthington), a willingness to mock himself as seen in the otherwise dull Allan Loeb-scripted comedy “The Dilemma,” and to have a nose for sniffing out promising material with respectable directors – “Public Enem...

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    First Poster For Dito Montiel's Sundance-Closer 'The Son Of No One' With Channing Tatum & Al Pacino

    Here's the first poster for Dito Montiel's upcoming Sundance closing night film "The Son Of No One," which features one of the most eclectic casts in recent times including Channing Tatum, Tracy Morgan, Katie Holmes, Ray Liotta, Juliette Binoche and Al Pacino.

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