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    Interview: Keanu Reeves Talks Plot & Status Of 'Bill & Ted 3,' What Happened To Nicolas Winding Refn's 'Jekyll' & More

    We were lucky enough to speak to Keanu Reeves earlier today about his directorial debut, the underground fight saga "Man of Tai Chi." We'll have more from our interview with Reeves in the days ahead (including what it was like transitioning from "Man of Tai Chi" to "47 Ronin") but we wanted to first...

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    Watch: 90-Second Ad For Grey Goose Directed By Nicolas Winding Refn

    We can't imagine that making a movie like "Only God Forgives" brings in the megabucks. Indeed for many directors, the commercial world offers a chance to earn a nice paycheck while keeping those directorial skills honed. And Nicolas Winding Refn, as he cooks up whatever he does next (he isn't saying...

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    Nicolas Winding Refn's "All-Female Horror" Film 'I Walk With The Dead' Gets A Writer

    Having learned that anything he says could potentially be a headline, Nicolas Winding Refn has become cagier about whatever prospective project he has brewing. And thus, it's no surprise then that, badass title aside, details on "I Walk With The Dead" have been fairly scarce. At one point, it was de...

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    Nicolas Winding Refn Talks 'Only God Forgives,' Tokyo's Qualities For 'The Avenging Silence' & More

    "Make the movie you want to make, and go with God. There's nothing else you can really do," Nicolas Winding Refn told us over the phone last week, as he closes out his year with one last run at U.S. press for "Only God Forgives" as it heads to home video. There's little doubt he stuck with that rule...

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    Listen: The Soundtrack To Nicolas Winding Refn's 'Valhalla Rising'; Plus Win Copies Of The Vinyl LP

    Nicolas Winding Refn's haunting, mostly silent and meditative Viking movie “Valhalla Rising” came out all the way back in 2009. In our review way back when, we described it as akin to “Terrence Malick making a horror movie,” and that’s kinda not far off the mark (maybe Kubrick making a twisted natur...

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    Watch: Short Film Mashes Up Nicolas Winding Refn's 'Drive' & 'Grand Theft Auto V'

    “Only God Forgives” may have had a divisive reception, but it doesn’t lessen the impact that 2011’s “Drive” —Nicolas Winding Refn’s first collaboration with Ryan Gosling—continues to have on the pop culture landscape even today. With last week’s release of “Grand Theft Auto V”—which banked $800 mill...

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    Nicolas Winding Refn's 'Valhalla Rising' Finally Getting An Official Soundtrack Release

    While "Bronson," "Drive" and "Only God Forgives" solidified Nicolas Winding Refn as a director known for his powerful filmmaking and the carefully curated scores and songs he assembles for his films, one movie seemed to be left behind: "Vahalla Rising." The moody, near wordless flick may not be as p...

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    Watch: 'Spectacular Now' Stars Shailene Woodley and Miles Teller Appear in the Latest Alamo Drafthouse 'Don't Talk' PSA

    The Alamo Drafthouse has come up with a clever way of dealing with the very pressing and contemporary problem of people using their phones during a movie, employing a plethora of actors to get the message out via playful public service announcements.

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    Watch: An Episode Of 'Agatha Christie's Marple' Directed By Nicolas Winding Refn

    Nicolas Winding Refn has a bit of a secret lurking on his directorial CV. After the disaster of his "Fear X," and wrapping up his "Pusher" trilogy, but before he came back into critical favor thanks to "Bronson" and "Valhalla Rising" (and long before his stylish crime duo of "Drive" and "Only God Fo...

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