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    Nick Stoller & Michael Dowse Latest Names Added To 'Ant-Man' Directorial Rumor Mill

    With Edgar Wright out, Adam McKay and Rawson Thurber both passing, and Ruben Fleischer potentially doing "Ghostbusters 3," Marvel's race to find a director for "Ant-Man" continues. And this afternoon comes a couple more names you can toss into a hat.

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    Watch: First Clip from 'What If' Features Stars Adam Driver and Daniel Radcliffe

    Check out this clip from the Michael Dowse directed indie rom-com 'What If,' starring Daniel Radcliffe, Zoe Kazan and Adam Driver. Recently having starred in 'Kill Your Darlings,' Radcliffe plays Wallace who is recovering from heartbreak when he meets Kazan's Chantry, an upbeat, attractive girl at h...

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    CBS Films Acquires 'The F Word' Starring Daniel Radcliffe and Zoe Kazan

    CBS Films has acquired the U.S. rights to Michael Dowse's "The F Word" starring Daniel Radcliffe and Zoe Kazan, the company announced. The film made its premiere at the 2013 Toronto Film Festival this week where Indiewire enjoyed the chemistry between the two stars.Based on the play "Toothpaste ...

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    Jay Baruchel Confirms 'Goon' Sequel In The Works

    One of the more pleasant surprises of the year was Seann William Scott’s turn in the Jay Baruchel and Evan Goldberg-penned hockey comedy “Goon.” The Canuck laffer has spawned something of a cult, with the movie being a favorite in some corners of the internet, in addition to it doi...

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    Daniel Radcliffe & Zoe Kazan Will Say 'The F Word'

    Good projects never really die, but sometimes it takes a bit of time for the right set of circumstances to come along to make them happen. Back in 2010, "The F Word" was gearing up with backing from Fox Searchlight, with "In Search Of A Midnight Kiss" director Alex Hold...

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    Review: 'Goon' Is A Middling Sports Comedy Elevated By A Surprising Turn By Seann William Scott

    It feels odd that "Goon," a brutal comedy based around the sport, from the pen of hockey-loving Apatow grads Jay Baruchel (star of "Undeclared" and "Knocked Up") and Evan Goldberg (co-writer, with Seth Rogen, of "Superbad" and "Pineapple Express"), would go on wide release in Britain this weekend, w...

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    Michael Dowse Says He Hopes To Premiere 'Goon' With Jay Baruchel & Seann William Scott At TIFF

    Says The Film Is "Raging Bull On Ice"While the film world will turn their attention to Cannes tomorrow when the full line-up for the festival is revealed, immediately afterword, the films that aren't mentioned will be pegged for premieres this fall at Venice, Telluride and TIFF, with a whole new rou...

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    Watch: Red Band Trailer For 'Take Me Home Tonight' Is The R-Rated '80s Movie You Always Wanted

    Generally, when a film sits around as long as "Take Me Home Tonight" (formerly known as "Kids In America") has (filming wrapped way back in 2007), the perception is that it's a road apple. But as Topher Grace related in December, it was actually the film's wanton approach to drugs that caused the ho...

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    Watch: 'Take Me Home Tonight' Confirms That It's Incredibly Lame To Work At Suncoast Video

    Ah, Suncoast Video. The one-time suburban staple of home video rentals is no more, but it lives on in "Take Me Home Tonight" a 1988-set comedy that seems to giving a big, huge nod to the '80s films of John Hughes.

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    Neil Burger's 'Dark Fields' Becomes 'Limitless,' 'Kids In America' Now 'Take Me Home Tonight'

    Comedy Anthology Directed By Brett Ratner, Elizabeth Banks, Peter Farrelly & More Now Known As 'Movie 43'Relativity Media have released their 2011 slate and in doing so revealed title changes on two of their films.

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