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    Arthouse Audit: Off To the Races With 'The Master' & 'Arbitrage'

    Not only did "The Master" (limited) and "Arbitrage" (wider and also available outside of theater viewing) do great business this weekend, they did so at what is usually a slow time of the year. The same weekend in 2011 saw "My Weekend With Margueritte" and "Restless" open to modest at best results. ...

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    'Killing Them Softly' Delayed To November 30th For Maximum Oscar Impact

    While certain parts of the world are gearing up for the release of Andrew Dominik's crime parable "Killing Them Softly," which picked up mostly stellar reviews when it premiered at Cannes back in May -- the film opens in the UK, Ireland and Spain on September 21st, he said smugly -- it looks like U....

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    Jennifer Lawrence Will Go To 'The Ends Of The Earth' In Romantic Drama For The Weinstein Company

    It looks like Harvey Weinstein wants to stay in the Jennifer Lawrence business, and who can blame him? With the actress already leading a hit franchise for Summit in "The Hunger Games" and poised to turn heads with The Weinstein Company's release of David O. Russell's film &qu...

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    Early Review: Paul Thomas Anderson's 'The Master' Is Visually Dazzling in 70mm, Enigmatic, Certain to Polarize

    On August 3 at the Aero Theatre in Santa Monica, moviegoers were treated to a surprise screening of Paul Thomas Anderson's "The Master" in stunning 70mm. Anderson and wife Maya Rudolph were both in attendance.

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    Is Paul Thomas Anderson Having Difficulties Getting 'The Master' Exhibited In 70mm Format?

    Much to everyone's surprise, Paul Thomas Anderson's "The Master" is almost upon us. One of the most eagerly anticipated films of the year, many months of silence went by until a few brief teaser clips were revealed to whet appetites. And out of nowhere, a spectacular full trailer for the film arrive...

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    Watch: Badass First Trailer for Andrew Dominik's 'Killing Them Softly' Starring Brad Pitt

    It's been five years since we last saw Andrew Dominik in the director's chair. The "Chopper" helmer last impressed us with his epic 160-minute anti-western film, "The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford," staring Brad Pitt. Now, five years later, Domini...

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    New Look At Joaquin Phoenix & Marion Cotillard In James Gray's Period Drama 'Low Life'

    One of the biggest question marks and most exciting prospects of this coming fall is the potential return of New York writer-director James Gray who, after 2008's underrated drama "Two Lovers," reunites with Joaquin Phoenix and teams with Marion Cotillard and Jeremy Renner for an untit...

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    Martin Scorsese To Present Daniel Espinosa's 'Easy Money' For U.S. Release

    Daniel Espinosa’s “Snabba Cash” (or “Easy Money” as it’s called in English-speaking territories) was released almost two and a half years ago in its native Sweden, but it will finally get its U.S. release on the July 27th. Snapped up by The Weinstein Company after...

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    The Weinstein Company Snaps Up Director James Gray's (Formerly Titled) 'Low Life' For 2013 Release

    It wouldn't be slanderous to say the producer Harvey Weinstein can be a bit contentious at times, and no one would know better than director James Gray, who worked with Harvey on his 2000 crime drama "The Yards." According to what Gray said about Harvey to the LA Times back in 2000, We...

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    Review: 'The Intouchables' Is A Crowd-Pleaser For Simpletons

    “The Intouchables” is a study in contrasts. In one corner, there is Phillipe (Francois Cluzet), a wealthy, white renaissance man paralyzed from the waist down. He is mobile, exiting his home for fine dining, purchasing artwork, and attending the opera. He cannot continue to live the finer life witho...

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