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    Wes Anderson's New Movie Moonrise Kingdom Starring Willis, Norton, and Murray Goes to Focus Features

    Just in time to sell foreign rights at Cannes, Focus Features has acquired worldwide rights to Wes Anderson's 60s story Moonrise Kingdom, with a stellar cast already assembled.

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    Seattle International Film Festival 37: Galas, Tributes and Presentations

    The 37th Seattle International Film Festival has finalized its galas, tributes and special presentations for its 25-day festival, running May 19 - June 12, among the lengthiest fest programme in the world. SIFF will screen films hailing from 74 countries; 257 features and 184 shorts, 96 of which are...

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    Playbill Gives Jersey Shore the Oscar Wilde Treatment

    Playbill has made Jersey Shore high brow. Check out the hilarious first and second videos in their series, in which transcripts from the reality show are done in the style of Oscar Wilde, through the characters of his play, The Importance of Being Ernest (as performed by Santino Fontana and David Fu...

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    Todd Phillips Compares The Hangover Parts I & II To The Godfather. Seriously.

    Todd Phillips is confident that The Hangover Part II can live up to its predecessor. So much so that he has the nerve to compare his man-boy films to The Godfather. The writer-director tells MTV: "I think there are very few sequels that have been made that live up to or exceed their first film. The ...

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    Trailer Watch: The Art of Getting By Stars Roberts, Highmore

    As promised, Fox Searchlight has supplied a new trailer for writer-director Gavin Weisen's recently retitled feature debut The Art of Getting By, starring Emma Roberts (a.k.a. Julia Roberts's niece), Freddie Highmore, Michael Angarano, Elizabeth Reaser, Rita Wilson, Blair Underwood, Alicia Silversto...

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    Malcolm Venville Talks Henry's Crime, Chekhov's Cherry Orchard, Vera Farmiga Acting Clip

    Calling all Chekhov fans! The best part of Malcolm Venville's Henry's Crime is its use and interpretation of Anton Chekhov's The Cherry Orchard. Keanu Reeves's character ends up co-starring in the play across from Vera Farmiga's character, integral to his plan to rob the bank he was already wrongly ...

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    EW Movie Preview Shares Soundbites from Hollywood's Summer Stars

    EW's Summer Movie Preview issue is out April 15. Here's just some of the buzz they share from Hollywood's stars:

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    SPC To Release Roman Polanski's Carnage; Based on Play God of Carnage, at L.A.'s Ahmanson Theatre

    Sony Pictures Classics will release Roman Polanski's Carnage in North America in late 2011. The film, which wrapped in Paris last month, is an adaptation of Yasmina Reza's Tony-Award winning play, God of Carnage. The film stars Jodie Foster, Kate Winslet, Christoph Waltz and John C. Reilly. Carnage takes place in Brooklyn, NY, and follows two sets of parents who meet to calmly discuss their children's playground fight but end up behaving like kids themselves.  Sony states: “In today’s world of moviemaking, Roman Polanski, his screenwriting partner Yasmina Reza, his cast, his crew, and his producer Said Ben Said represent the best of the best....

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    Drew Barrymore's How To Be Single Is Not A Rom-Com: "A Little Bit Ageless And Not Gender Specific"

    In March, Drew Barrymore announced her sophomore directing project (after underrated Whip It): New Line Cinema's How To Be Single. Based on Liz Tuccillo's 2008 novel, the story chronicles ten years of breakups for a group of New Yorkers. Barrymore is producing with her Flower Films partner Nancy Juv...

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