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    Genre Films From Lucky McKee, Neil Marshall and More Rock the Cannes Market (Exclusive)

    Of the many genre projects likely to be shopped at Cannes, here are two to watch for from Epic Pictures.

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    The Top 10 Horror Movies Since 2000

    What are the ten best horror movies made since 2000? The British Film Institute picks ten favorites. But what's missing?

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    Watch: 15 Director Cameos in Film You Definitely Didn't Catch...Until Now

    Here are Indiewire's favorite director appearances you might have never noticed, starring Martin Scorsese, Steven Spielberg, David Lynch and more.

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    Netflix Chief Says 'Defenders' Could Meet Up With Marvel's Big Screen Heroes; Shows Will Follow 'Avengers' Template

    When Marvel's Netflix shows were first announced last year, it was quickly became clear what their model would be. The shows would focus on smaller scale heroes —Daredevil, Powerman, Iron Fist, etc.— before culminating with a Defenders team-up mini-series. If that plan sounded a lot like the templat...

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    Duncan Jones Says He May Try To Make His Passion Project ‘Mute’ After ‘Warcraft’

    Kubrick had his “Napoleon” opus, Jodorowsky couldn’t conquer "Dune," Orson Welles couldn’t venture into “Heart of Darkness” and Terry Gilliam is still tilting at windmills in his hopes to mount “The Man Who Killed Don Quixote” (which he may or may not make next year). Almost every filmmaker of reput...

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    Neil Marshall Talks Directing Epic 'Game of Thrones' Battle--and that Long Take

    Neil Marshall is quickly becoming 'the battle director' for "Game of Thrones"--and he doesn't mind a bit. First, the "Centurion" director helmed the ambitious nautical Battle of Blackwater from last season, and now he's brought us the Battle of Castle Black from this Sunday's "The Watchers on the Wa...

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    Trailers from Hell and Neil Marshall 'Escape From New York'

    Today on Trailers from Hell, Neil Marshall -- director of "The Descent," one of the best horror movies of the last ten years -- takes on John Carpenter's kick-ass "Escape from New York," starring Kurt Russell as one-eyed Snake Plissken.

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