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    Watch: James McAvoy Plays Dirty in 'Filth' Red Band Trailer

    James McAvoy fans who felt the womanizing version of Professor Xavier the actor played in "X-Men: First Class" wasn't scummy enough: look no further.

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    Sick, Twisted, Sexy: Watch The New Red Band Trailer For James McAvoy's 'Filth'

    Booze, pills, sex, alcohol....it's just another die in the life of an Irvine Welsh character, with the "Trainspotting" writer seeing another one of his works hit the big screen in "Filth." And yes, in case the red band nature of the trailer didn't tip you off, this is as dirty as you might expect.

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    Exclusive: James McAvoy Wants to Get Off in New Poster for 'Filth'

    James McAvoy will be coming to a theater near you quite soon, only this time he'll be a little more mentally unstable than you've seen him before. As can be seen below in the exclusive new poster that Indiewire has just obtained for the upcoming film "Filth", the image of McAvoy screaming in front o...

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    Why British Film Is in the Middle of an Indie Renaissance

    What leaps to mind when you think "British film"? Is it all tea and crumpets, Jane Austen costume dramas, and genteel swearing by the King? With maybe some Cockney gangsters thrown in for spice?

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    'Metro Manila' Wins Best Film British Independent Film Awards; Paul Greengrass, James McAvoy & More Honored

    Another day and more trophies handed out as 2013 tumbles toward a close. Over the weekend, the British Independent Film Awards provided some dinner and statues to a wide range of movies, and given their mandate, it shines a light on a different batch of movies than the ones that are dominating criti...

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    'Filth' Finally Gets North American Distribution

    Already this year's second highest-grossing R-rated film in the UK, the North American rights to "Filth" were recently acquired by Magnolia Pictures. The black comedy starring James McAvoy is based on the novel by Irvine Welsh ("Trainspotting") and has garnered plenty of accolades including British ...

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    Review: 'Filth,' Based On The Irvine Welsh Novel, Starring James McAvoy

    One thing we resolved early on, having read around on the subject a little: to try, try, try to get through just the first sentence of our review of “Filth,” the Jon S. Baird-directed adaptation of Irvine Welsh’s novel, without mentioning “Trainspotting.” So, obviously, we’re pretty disappointed wit...

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    Darren Aronofsky's Go-To Composer Clint Mansell on Their Many Collaborations and Why He Doesn't Consider Himself a Musician

    While perhaps best known as Darren Aronofsky's go-to composer on works such as "Requiem for a Dream" and "Black Swan," composer Clint Mansell has spent the past 15 years establishing one of the most critically lauded bodies of work in the industry, both inside and outside his collaborations with Aro...

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    Watch: 2 Naughty Red Band Clips From 'Filth' Starring James McAvoy Plus Lots Of New Pics

    So what's the deal U.S. distributors? How come no one has swooped in and bought "Filth" yet? It seems like the perfect fit for someone like IFC Midnight or Drafthouse Films, and we really hope the poor performance of "Trance" isn't the reason folks are cautious on this James McAvoy flick. Because wh...

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    Listen: Track From Clint Mansell's 'Filth' Score, Will Also Tune Up 'The Imitation Game' Starring Benedict Cumberbatch

    Perhaps other than Cliff Martinez, there are few modern film composers who have crossed over into recognition from the regular music world, quite like Clint Mansell. Creating iconic scores for all of Darren Aronofsky's films, along with "Moon," "Last Night" (one of his more underrated efforts) and t...

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