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    Peter Bogdanovich To Direct TV Miniseries About Film & Murder 'The Inventor And The Tycoon'

    At 74 years old, Peter Bogdanovich—he of many ascots—isn't slowing down. He's got his next feature film, "Squirrel To The Nuts" (produced by metaphorical adopted sons Noah Baumbach and Wes Anderson) in the can, he's always got a couple acting gigs in the mix, and oh, he's going to direct a TV minise...

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    Lost & Abandoned: 10 Movies That Were Shot, But Eventually Scrapped

    Undoubtedly the biggest news story of 2014 so far (unless Apichatpong Weerasethakul replaced J.J. Abrams as director of "Star Wars: Episode VII" in between us writing this and it going live) revolves around Quentin Tarantino's "The Hateful Eight." It was announced as being the director's next movie,...

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    Interview: Peter Bogdanovich Talks 'Cold Turkey,' Endless Frustration Of Orson Welles' 'The Other Side Of The Wind' & More

    As far as living legends go, Peter Bogdanovich is right up there. As one of the influential "New Hollywood" directors of the '70s, he reshaped stuffy Hollywood in part by paying homage to it, crafting deeply personal, beautifully photographed films that served as odes to other places and times (in m...

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    Exclusive: Watch Peter Bogdanovich Explain the Genius of Orson Welles' 'The War of the Worlds' for PBS

    In conjunction with the 75th anniversary of the famous 1938 radio broadcast of "The War of the Worlds," PBS series "American Experience" will be airing a documentary special on Tuesday, October 29th at 9pm about the legendary, panic-inducing performance from "The Mercury Theatre on the Air," directe...

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    Criterion Announces New Dual-Format Editions, Slate of Titles for November Release That Includes 'Frances Ha,' Complete Zatoichi Set

    The Criterion Collection has announced its slew of releases for the month of November and, in typical Criterion fashion, the films could not be more eclectic and diverse.

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    Video Free Brooklyn Presents: "DVD Is The New Vinyl" Best of June Edition

    My appetite for finding and devouring new music is so voracious that I have to empty my hard drive annually just to make room for more MP3s, yet it wasn't until my wife bought me a turntable that I became one of those obsessive, fetishistic record collectors right out of "High Fidelity."

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    Listen: Peter Bogdanovich Talks Blu-Ray Recut Of 'At Long Last Love,' Cybill Shepherd & Billy Wilder On KCRW

    Long before director Tom Hooper decided to capture every stutter, breath, and shaky note on-set in last year's musical adaptation of “Les Miserables,” the 1975 Burt Reynolds-starrer “At Long Last Love” captured the same immediacy just as well, but garnered none of Hooper's acclaim. The film was a f...

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    From the Wire: Bogdanovich's Card File

    From 1952 to 1970, Peter Bogdanovich recorded every movie he watched on note cards -- he's sharing them now on his blog.

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    Jennifer Aniston, Eugene Levy & Kathryn Hahn Join Peter Bogdanovich's 'She's Funny That Way' With Owen Wilson

    Poor Peter Bogdanovich. When was the last time the well-respected filmmaker made a narrative feature that remotely moved the needle (let's not include the good doc, "Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers: Runnin' Down a Dream")? "Cat's Meow" in 2001, which wasn't very good? And before that, "Mask" in 1985...

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    'Django Unchained' Is The Shortest Long Western Since ‘Rio Bravo’ Plus New Pics & TV Spot

    Excited for Quentin Tarantino’s latest? Well, chances are you’ll be even more excited when you find out that “Django Unchained” is the “shortest long Western since 'Rio Bravo' ”…no, we weren’t entirely sure what that meant at first either. Well, for QT it’s definitely a thing, and the man knows his ...

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