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    Jason Reitman's 'Men, Women & Children' Will Follow Toronto Premiere with October Release

    Paramount is pushing Jason Reitman's "Men, Women & Children" into the early awards season corridor. This adaptation of the Chad Kultgen novel about modern American sexual frustration will open in limited release on October 3 before going wider October 17, following its September TIFF premiere.

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    Toronto International Film Festival Reveals First Slate of Titles: New Noah Baumbach and Jason Reitman Films Make Cut

    With the New York Film Festival having already announced their opening night (David Fincher's "Gone Girl"), centerpiece (Paul Thomas Anderson's "Inherent Vice") and closing night (Alejando Gonzalez Inarritu's "Birdman") films, the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival today finally unveiled some ...

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    Here's to Harold Ramis: Film Independent and Jason Reitman Provide Us With a Lesson on Coping

    "Tonight, is for Harold Ramis," Jason Reitman declared upon taking the stage at yesterday's Film Independent at LACMA Live Read.

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    Jason Reitman Addresses His 'Labor Day' Critics and Explains Why He Made the Film

    Since first making a splash with his feature directorial debut "Thank You For Smoking," filmmaker Jason Reitman has been on a roll with critics and awards voters, garnering a steady stream of acclaim for his follow-up films "Juno," "Up in the Air" and "Young Adult."

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    This Weekend, See Oscar Shut-Outs 'Labor Day' and 'Tim's Vermeer'

    The steady stream of Oscar prestige movies has finally cooled, so with the end of an era come two last-minute Academy shut-outs, "Labor Day" and "Tim's Vermeer," as well as a romantic comedy for the guys, "That Awkward Moment."

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    Labor Day

    Kate Winslet is completely believable as a woman who can no longer face even the simplest tasks and Josh Brolin brings both warmth and effortless authority to his character...

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    Josh Brolin on Being Exposed in 'Labor Day' and Why Kate Winslet is a 'Truck Driver'

    Jason Reitman puts Josh Brolin's handsomely rugged features and deep well of vulnerability to powerful use in his latest "Labor Day," which opens this Friday following screenings at the Telluride and Toronto film festivals. (go here for Indiewire's glowing review).

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    Review: Jason Reitman's Dreary 'Labor Day' Starring Josh Brolin & Kate Winslet

    Short of helming a "Smurfs" sequel, it's tough to imagine writer-director Jason Reitman going for a greater change of pace than he has with "Labor Day," a full-immersion exercise in the old-fashioned women's weepie that skews far closer to Nicholas Sparks' brand of contrivance than Diablo Cody terri...

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    Jason Reitman Finds ‘The Possibilities’ In New Book From ‘The Descendents’ Writer

    It’s been no secret and filmmaker Jason Reitman has never been shy about the fact that his movies are heavily indebted to the films of Alexander Payne. They both have a very particular humanist tone and often a quiet, deadpan one at that. Reitman put on a double feature of “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off”...

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    Jason Reitman's 'Labor Day' Is a Suspenseful Romantic Heart-Tugger (TRAILER)

    Jason Reitman saw a movie in Joyce Maynard's 2010 novel "Labor Day." And what a movie it is. Fair to say it works as a tearjerker. Reitman pulls off a deceptively straightforward romance that seems old-fashioned given the current studio antipathy toward dramas.

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