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    Box Office: 'Rio' First 2011 Release To Crack $40 Million Opening Weekend; 'Scream' Goes Quiet

    There’s no way to sugarcoat this: it’s been a dismal year at the box office. Studios have their fingers crossed in regards to a tepid-looking summer schedule, but many were hoping the season could be kick(punch)-started early with a strong April, as two new films were tracking well over $40 million ...

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    Box Office: Tea Party-Fueled "Atlas Shrugged" Makes Respectable Debut

    Rocky Mountain Pictures released "Atlas Shrugged, Part I" on 299 screens this weekend, receiving a fair but not overwhelming response from audiences. The tepidly reviewed film is based on Ayn Rand's final novel, which details a dystopian United States that collapses as government asserts control. It...

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    In Theaters: 'Scream 4' Hopes To Carve Up 'Rio' This Weekend

    Ok, kids. Be quiet and bring the Advil, because Mommy has a hangover and and we know In Theaters is late today. Shh. Turn out the lights. This week's crop of releases includes the franchise reboot "Scream 4" or "Scre4m" or whatever they are trying to call it. Little animated blue birds fly into thea...

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    Review: 'The Conspirator' An Antiquated Costume Drama With A Political Message

    The following is a reprint of our review from TIFF.

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    Daily indieWIRE Clicks: Japan, Reviews, Tribeca & More

    Today on indieWIRE, a Panda makes his way to Cannes, Japan's film industry suffers a setback, three Tribeca filmmakers speak out and more.

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    REVIEW | Redford's "The Conspirator" Can't Do the Lincoln Legacy Proud

    Why does the dramatic power of Abraham Lincoln's assassination elude so many filmmakers? No less than D.W. Griffith tried it twice: Both "Birth of a Nation" and "Abraham Lincoln" portrayed the event with decent build-up but very little payoff. A long-gestating adaptation of James L. Swanson's "Manhu...

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    'The Conspirator' Gets A Non-Vampire Hunting Abraham Lincoln On Its Poster

    Listen, we know that the filmmakers behind "The Conspirator" want to import that gravity of the film's very serious subject matter in its marketing materials, but throwing up a poster with a busted up statue of Abraham Lincoln isn't going to get audiences packing into theaters. But, you work with wh...

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    The Trailer For Robert Redford's 'The Conspirator' Arrives

    The trailer for Robert Redford's Civil War-era drama, "The Conspirator," has arrived. The drama, set in 1865, centers on the lone female charged as a co-conspirator in the assassination trial of Abraham Lincoln. She is forced to rely on her reluctant lawyer to uncover the truth and save her life.

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