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    Stream This: 'Arbitrage,' 'And While We Were Here,' Gary Oldman In 'State Of Grace' & More On VOD This Week

    Happy Friday, streamers! Or, at least, it's a happy Friday for the Internet. As for those multiplexes... well, it's too soon to tell. But since we like to tie our streaming suggestions to the latest releases, here's a quick rundown. We're not sure what to make of "Kick-Ass 2" or "Jobs," and we're de...

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    Roger Ebert Names 'Argo' As The Best Movie Of 2012

    While there have been many, many 2012 lists and recaps, the year isn't over until Roger Ebert weighs in with his favorites, and today he's done so, dropping his list of the best movies he saw in 2012. And as usual, it's a mix of more popular choices, with some love shown to smaller, fore...

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    New Yorker's David Denby Names 'Lincoln,' 'Zero Dark Thirty' & More As Best Movies Of 2012

    David Denby may think that cinema is dead (or dying), but maybe the dude needs to get out more. The New Yorker film critic has dropped his list essay on the Best Movies Of 2012, and for a guy has found a lot of fault for how the studios make movies, his list features lots of studio and studio indie ...

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    Why 'Killer Joe' and 'Arbitrage' Top Indiewire's 5 DVD/Blu-ray Picks This Week

    This week on DVD/Blu-ray: An NC-17 thriller-comedy hybrid that earns its rating and then some; the financial thriller that reminded us of how good Richard Gere is when paired with the right material; a breakout hit at Sundance from comedian-turned-filmmaker Mike Birbiglia; the latest divisive effort...

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    Damon, Foxx, Washington, Gere, Arkin & Hawkes Talk Hollywood, Fame & Craft in THR's Actors Roundtable

    It's that time of year again for The Hollywood Reporter's roundtable discussions, with the actors installment debuting November 8. The six leading and supporting men featured are Matt Damon (who stars in the upcoming "Promised Land"), Jamie Foxx ("Django Unchained"), Denzel Washington ("Flight"), Ri...

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    'Arbitrage' Marks New Trend of Releasing Pay-Per-View Earnings

    Richard Gere's Bernie Madoff-esque thriller "Arbitrage" reportedly now holds the record for combined sales for a movie released concurrently in theaters and VOD, grossing more than $7.3 million on the big screen and about $11 million on small screens. It also marks a slowly increa...

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    The Spoils: To Sell Nicholas Jarecki's 'Arbitrage' to Awards Voters, Backing Richard Gere Is a Smart Investment

    One of the surprises of the 2011 awards season was the box office and critical success of “Margin Call." First-time writer-director Nicholas Jarecki's financial thriller “Arbitrage” has been following a similar course, but this time Roadside is banking on star Richard Gere to seal the deal.

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    Richard Gere and Susan Sarandon Reveal What Bothers Them About the Oscars at the Zurich Film Festival

    Ever since first premiering at Sundance earlier this year, Nicholas Jarecki's acclaimed financial thriller "Arbitrage" has been courting Oscar buzz for Richard Gere's commanding performance as a shady hedge fund titan. It was therefore a given that Gere and his co-star in the film, Susan Sarandon, w...

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    Abu Dhabi Film Festival Releases Full Program; 'Arbitrage' to Open, Followed by 'Flight' and 'Beasts'

    The Abu Dhabi Film Festival announced its complete program today, featuring over 160 films from 48 countries around the world. Nicholas Jarecki's "Arbitrage" will open the festival, which runs this year from October 11-20.

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    Specialty Box Office: 'Perks' Pops With Huge Debut; 'The Master' Strong In Expansion

    While the overall box office continued a slump thanks to underwhelming debuts from "Trouble With The Curve" and "Dredd 3D," the specialty box office had a very hopeful debut care of teen drama "The Perks of Being a Wallflower," which had the fifth best limited debut of ...

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