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    'Interstellar' Screenings Launch Upbeat Buzz

    The screenings of Chris Nolan's "Interstellar" have landed. Paramount is keeping press folks under embargo until October 27th--they're allowed to do that if they invite you to an advance screening. (When studios try to control film festival screenings it makes me crazy.)

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    'Top Five': Chris Rock's Super Stealth Awards Dark Horse?

    Paramount is wasting no time getting Chris Rock's hugely acclaimed Toronto International Film Festival comedy 'Top Five' into theaters. Here's the new trailer.

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    Hot TIFF Buy: Paramount Nabs Chris Rock's 'Top Five' for Over $12.5 Million

    Forget about "Top Five." This is likely to be the number one top deal of the festival.

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    What About That Criterion Release? Paramount Snaps Up Home Video Rights To Richard Linklater's 'Boyhood'

    Given The Criterion Collection's longstanding relationship with both IFC Films and director Richard Linklater (they've issued "Slacker" and "Dazed & Confused"), it seemed like a no-brainer that the filmmaker's widely praised "Boyhood" would get the custom treatment. But alas, it's not be (sorry DVD ...

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    Margaret Atwood Talks Adapting 'MaddAddam' Trilogy with Aronofsky and HBO

    Darren Aronofsky's got another flood on his hands after this year's "Noah": he's executive producing an HBO adaptation of Margaret Atwood's MaddAddam trilogy, set in the middle of the 21st century after a so-called Waterless Flood that nearly wipes all of humanity off the planet.

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    Color Version of 'Nebraska' to Show on Epix that Alexander Payne Hoped Would Never Be Seen

    Epix, the multi-platform (premium cable, satellite and streaming) movie company, is showing carefully-crafted promo spots for its initial showings of Alexander Payne's acclaimed "Nebraska" premiering this Sunday night.

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    Comic-Con 2014: 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' 3D Reboot vs. Low-Tech 'Project Almanac'

    Two of Paramount's offerings at Comic-Con, "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" and "Project Almanac," revealed an interesting contrast in tech approaches. While the "TMNT" reboot touts the latest facial capture advancement from Industrial Light & Magic called Muse, the time-traveling teenage adventure is...

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    Regal and Paramount Offering 'Super Ticket' to 'Transformers 4'--With Home Video Purchase Baked In

    Regal Entertainment seems to be taking a leaf out of Willy Wonka's book: for the opening of Michael Bay's new explode-a-palooze "Transformers: Age of Extinction," the theater chain is offering fans the chance to buy what it's calling a 'Super Ticket.'

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    'Doctor Who' Star Matt Smith Joins Paramount and Skydance's 'Terminator' Reboot UPDATE

    UPDATE: "Doctor Who" star Matt Smith, who played the Doctor from 2011 to 2013, is set to join Paramount and Skydance's new "Terminator" reboot. He will play a new character in the franchise, "with a strong connection to John Connor."

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    Can Atheist Audiences Enjoy Darren Aronofsky’s ‘Noah’?

    When considering the merits of this latest box office champ, should God come into play?

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