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    River Phoenix's Final Film May Finally Get a Theatrical Release

    "Never Give Up," a new documentary, will delve into the legal battle surrounding "Dark Blood" and will aim to get it theatrically released.

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    Berlin Review: River Phoenix's Last Film 'Dark Blood' A Serviceable Movie, But A Fascinating Project

    River Phoenix died at in 1993 at just 23 years of age, and to a certain generation of then-teenage movie fans, of whom this writer was one, it was maybe the first of that kind of celebrity death, the kind you remember where you were when you heard about it. I was in a car with my mom, and I recall t...

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    Incredibly Unsettling, Incredibly Watchable River Phoenix Last Film Premieres at Berlin, But Will It Get a Release?

    On October 31, 1993, Tupac Shakur was arrested for shooting two off-duty cops. Meatloaf's "I'd Do Anything for Love" had just become the number one song in the U.S. The actor River Phoenix, the brother of Joaquin, had just finished shooting on location in Utah for George Sluizer's thriller "Dark B...

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    River Phoenix's Final Film 'Dark Blood' to Premiere at Miami Film Festival

    The final film made by River Phoenix, “Dark Blood,” will receive its North American debut at the 30th annual Miami International Film Festival 20 years after it was made. The festival runs March 1-10.

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    The Real Story Behind River Phoenix's Last Movie

    Yes, Plans Exist to Finish the River Phoenix Vehicle "Dark Blood." Just Don't Expect to See It Soon.

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