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    'The Doomsday Machine'? Take A Look Stanley Kubrick’s Diary Page Of Alternate 'Dr. Strangelove' Titles

    It’s hard to imagine that the iconic “Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb,” could have come wrapped in a different title, but here is hard evidence that a few other possibilities crossed Stanley Kubrick’s mind.

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    Spielberg Developing Kubrick's Abandoned 'Napoleon' as Miniseries

    This year's Cannes jury president Steven Spielberg has begun developing Stanley Kubrick's "Napoleon" screenplay as a miniseries. Spielberg, who collaborated with Kubrick on 2001's "A.I.," is working with Kubrick's family to bring the abandoned 1970s project to TV.

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    The Lost & Unmade Projects Of Stanley Kubrick

    Cinephiles woke up on Sunday to some exciting and unexpected news about a project from a filmmaker who continues to inspire debate and discussion more than a decade after this death. Steven Spielberg announced he would be taking Stanley Kubrick’s unmade, long-in-development “Napoleon” and bringing i...

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    Steven Spielberg Developing Stanley Kubrick's Dream Project 'Napoleon' As TV Miniseries

    Even though he put "Robopocalypse" on hold to figure out the script, 2013 is still shaping up to be a very busy and exciting year for Steven Spielberg. He was recently named as the jury president for the upcoming Cannes Film Festival, he's producing "Jurassic Park IV," which stomps back into theater...

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    New York's IFC Center Mounting Complete Kubrick Retrospective

    New York's IFC Center Mounting Complete Kubrick Retrospective

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    Watch: Trailer for 'Shining' Doc 'Room 237' is Eerily Familiar

    One of the more prominent documentary releases this year, Rodney Ascher's "Room 237," enthralled last year on the festival circuit with its in-depth dissection of Stanley Kubrick's classic, "The Shining." The film covers plenty of nerd conspiracy theory ground, alluding to Native American genocide m...

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    Stanley Kubrick's Favorite Films Included 'The Jerk,' 'White Men Can't Jump' & 'Modern Romance'

    Anyone who is fan of Stanley Kubrick is aware of the fact that he was a very private man. He rarely did interviews, and his process is as discussed as it remained elusive. He was painstakingly meticulous, a perfectionist, and many would assume that Mr. Kubrick was a serious man both on and off the s...

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    New App From Matthew Modine Allows Kubrick Fans Insight Into 'Full Metal Jacket' Production

    Stanley Kubrick fans now have an opportunity to explore the making of his 1987 Vietnam War film "Full Metal Jacket" like never before with a new iPad app, created in a collaboration between the film's star Matthew Modine and artist Adam Rackoff.

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