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    Mystery-Thriller Zombie Series 'The Returned' in Development, A&E Network Announces

    A&E Network has announced that the A+E Studios and FremantleMedia drama series co-production "The Returned," is in development.

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    Sam Rockwell On Going Dark for 'A Single Shot,' His Take on VOD and Where He Stands on Gun Legislation

    It's been a kudo-worthy season for Sam Rockwell, who emerged as the motor-mouthed, big-hearted highlight of July's shore-town dramedy "The Way, Way Back," and now ends the summer with a bang in David M. Rosenthal's "A Single Shot," a tight backwoods thriller that sees Rockwell deftly slip back into ...

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    'Passion' Director Brian De Palma Addresses His Critics and Reveals Which Film of His He'd Like To Remake

    Though he's made some of the most indelible films of our time, like "Carrie," which sits near the top of the heap of the greatest of all horror flicks, and "Scarface," which grew to become the defining film of American urban excess, Brian De Palma is nowhere near as celebrated as he should be. Known...

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    Review: Why 'Passion' Will Please Brian De Palma Fans -- And No One Else

    Since the earliest stages of Brian De Palma's career, his thrillers have constantly walked a line between self-parody and earnest pastiche. "Passion," a reworking of the late Alain Corneau's final film "Love Crimes," reassuringly falls into this camp, signaling a return to form for the director desp...

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    Review: How 'Closed Circuit,' Starring Eric Bana and Rebecca Hall, Turns Political Intrigue Into Fan Fiction

    The only effective sequence in "Closed Circuit" is its first, a nerve-wracking surveillance camera view of London's Borough Market that slowly multiplies: one screen becomes two, then four, six, twelve. The only reason anyone consciously views this kind of footage is to piece together a crime, and a...

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    Kristin Scott Thomas on the Meaning of 'Bitch' and Going For Broke in 'Only God Forgives'

    "She has no problem turning on the bitch switch," Nicolas Winding Refn said of Kristin Scott Thomas at Cannes earlier this year where his latest "Only God Forgives" world premiered in competition (it comes out in theaters and on VOD this Friday). No kidding.

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    Interview: Ryan Gosling On Not Understanding All of 'Only God Forgives' and How He's 'Highly Influenced By Violence'

    Nicolas Winding Refn is back in theaters (and on VOD) this Friday with "Only God Forgives," his second film to star his "Drive" muse and good buddy Ryan Gosling as another largely silent and morally corrupt protagonist in a film as equally violent as its wildly popular predecessor. Set in Bangkok, t...

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    Why 'Killing Season' Starring Robert De Niro and John Travolta Is the Summer's Guiltiest Pleasure

    John Travolta, speaking in a leaden Bosnian accent, hurtles arrows at Southern war vet Robert De Niro while chasing him through the Appalachian woods. That's the entire premise for "Killing Season," an absurdly silly one-note thriller that's ironically pretty entertaining on its own terms.

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    Watch: Michael Fassbender, Brad Pitt and Cameron Diaz in Tense International Trailer for Ridley Scott's 'The Counselor'

    After dropping the Russian trailer for Ridley Scott's star-studded follow-up to "Prometheus," 20th Century Fox has released the international teaser for "The Counselor."

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    Sugar, Spice, and Everything Not So Nice: The Booming Trend of Girls Behaving Badly On Film

    Back in 2010, a little-known 13-year-old named Chloƫ Grace-Moretz appeared as the vigilante Hit-Girl in Matthew Vaughn's "Kick-Ass," a film that saw the actress, just 11 at the time of production, spill ample blood, endure serious beatings, and spout expletives like "cunt." Jaws dropped, eyebrows ro...

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