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    Watch: 'Ex Machina' Trailer Tricks Domhnall Gleeson Into Being a Trippy Experiment

    Domhnall Gleeson thinks he's won a nice, relaxing vacation. Oscar Isaac has something else in mind.

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    A24 Acquires Alex Garland's Robot Drama 'Ex Machina' and Releases Creepy Poster

    The anticipated sci-fi epic now has a release date.

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    Watch: Jessica Chastain and Oscar Isaac Have 'A Most Violent Year' in Trailer for J.C. Chandor's Thriller

    A24 has revealed the first poster and trailer for J.C. Chandor's "A Most Violent Year."

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    TIFF: How 'Tusk' Ignited a Fire in Kevin Smith's Spine

    Kevin Smith talks to Indiewire in Toronto about "Tusk," a brazenly bizarre horror film based off a premise proposed on Smith's podcast with producer Scott Mosier in which a man (played by Justin Long in the film) gets turned into a walrus.

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    Kevin Smith's 'Tusk' Turns to Pot for Marketing Buzz

    No need to smoke up to appreciate Kevin Smith's latest film, but distributor A24 is creating buzz with its highly original marketing campaign.

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    TIFF Buy: A24 Acquires Noah Baumbach's 'While We're Young' Starring Ben Stiller and Naomi Watts

    A24 has acquired US rights to Noah Baumbach's latest film, which had its premiere Saturday night at the Toronto International Film Festival.

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    TIFF Thriller 'Cut Bank' Picked Up by A24, DIRECTV

    A24 and DIRECTV have picked up U.S. rights to Matt Shakman's feature directorial debut, thriller "Cut Bank," which premiered at this year's Los Angeles Film Festival and will show before international audiences later this year in Toronto.

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