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    Robert Pattinson Fans! Enter For A Chance to Win A Signed 'The Rover' Poster

    With David Michôd's second feature, "The Rover," having been in theaters for a few weeks now, we're giving you the chance to win a poster from the film, which includes signatures by Michôd and leads Guy Pearce and Robert Pattinson.

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    Watch: There's Life After 'Parks and Recreation' for Aubrey Plaza in New 'Life After Beth' Trailer

    April Ludgate is going to be up on the big screen! Well, sort of. "Parks and Recreation" breakout and film star in the making Aubrey Plaza is starring in a upcoming zomcom (zombie / romantic comedy) "Life After Death."

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    Watch: Gillian Robespierre & Jenny Slate on Making 'The Best Friend' the Lead in 'Obvious Child'

    Robespierre's main goal with turning her short into a feature was to take the classic rom-com "best friend" -- who is usually just a supporting character, but nevertheless, she insists, is the one with the best jokes -- and put her in the lead role.

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    Arthouse Audit: 'Obvious Child' Stands Out Among Tepid Openers

    Although a decent line-up of current openers continues to provide a steady flow of specialized film customers as these films expand, the early summer newbies keep falling short -- and none compare to the top June players of recent years.

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    Why Jenny Slate is Everything and Nothing Like the Comic She Plays in 'Obvious Child'

    Indiewire sat down with "Obvious Child" breakout Jenny Slate in New York the morning after a special screening of the comedy.

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    Review: Jenny Slate is a Vulgar Delight in 'Obvious Child,' But Quit Calling It an 'Abortion Comedy'

    Ever since its premiere at the Sundance Film Festival, “Obvious Child” has carried the unwieldy status of an "abortion comedy," but only the second half of that label is accurate.

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    Indiewire and A24 Invite You to See 'Obvious Child' For FREE Before It Opens in Theaters

    We dubbed "Obvious Child" a "breakout hit" of Sundance this January, and now we've partnered with A24 to give you the chance to see Jenny Slate's star-making performance for free before its wider release.

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    A24 Has Acquired 'Son of a Gun,' Australian Thriller Starring Ewan McGregor

    A24 has nabbed U.S. rights to "Son of a Gun," an Australian heist thriller starring Ewan McGregor, Variety reports.

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    Cannes: A24 Acquires New Atom Egoyan Thriller 'The Captive' Starring Ryan Reynolds

    A24, in partnership with DirecTV, has acquired U.S. rights to Atom Egoyan's new thriller "The Captive," Variety reports. The film, which just screened for press at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival moments ago, stars Ryan Reynolds, Rosario Dawson, Mireille Enos and Scott Speedman. The film is competing ...

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    Arthouse Audit: 'Locke' Breaks Out, CBS Films Takes VOD Route for Diaz-starrer 'Gambit,' Written by Coens

    April tends not to be a standout month for new top specialized releases, sometimes by design, sometimes because films under perform. This weekend provided s not the final word for ultimate performance), with A24's "Locke" coming in as third best for the month (after "Fading Gigolo" and "Under the Sk...

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