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    Watch: Trailer for the Jean Dujardin Sex Comedy 'The Players'

    Two years following its debut in France, Jean Dujardin's follow-up role to his Oscar-winning performance in "The Artist" is coming to America. Titled "The Players" ("Les Infideles"), the film is being distributed by The Weinstein Company, which just released a trailer for the film.

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    Trailer of the Week: Meryl Streep and Taylor Swift Bring 'The Giver' to the Screen

    After a reported 15 year development phase, the film adaptation of Lois Lowry's popular 1993 young adult novel "The Giver" is finally nearing its theatrical release, and we have the trailer to prove it.

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    The Weinsteins Sign On To Scripted Series 'Death in the Modern Age'

    Dimension Television and Entertainment One Television are partnering to produce “Death in the Modern Age,” an original series created and written by Josh Shaffer and Eli Kooris and produced by Bob Cooper's Landscape Entertainment and Michael Fuchs.

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    Unpopular Opinion: Maybe Harvey Weinstein Should Cut 20 Minutes From ‘Snowpiercer’

    In case you’re not a totally dialed-in geek for this one, a battle has been raging in the press for several months over a movie that few journalists have actually seen. That film is South Korean auteur Bong Joon-ho’s upcoming sci-fi graphic novel adaptation, “Snowpiercer,” featuring an international...

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    Review: Was 'Snowpiercer' Worth the Battle For the Director's Cut?

    Countless filmmakers have entered into legendary battles with industrial powers about the value of retaining final cut, but few modern examples have generated the media brouhaha surrounding the U.S. release of Bong Joon-ho's "Snowpiercer." Was it worth the effort?

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    'Grace of Monaco' Set to Open the Cannes Film Festival

    "Grace of Monaco" has been announced as the opening film of the 67th Cannes Film Festival on May 14 at the Grand Théâtre Lumière of the Palais des Festivals, as a part of the Official Selection, Out of Competition. It's quite a premiere for a film with this much behind-the-scenes drama.

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    Nicole Kidman's 'Grace Of Monaco' Pulled From Release Calendar, Film Hasn't Been Delivered To The Weinsteins

    While Harvey Weinstein's battle with "Snowpiercer" director Bong Joon-Ho has nabbed the headlines, you may forgotten about another fight he's been having, with another foreign director: Olivier Dahan. Viewed early as a potential Oscar hopeful, "Grace Of Monaco" was pushed from a fall date to this sp...

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    The Weinsteins Reportedly Want Ben Affleck & Matt Damon For 'All Is Lost'-Esque Drama 'A Speck In The Sea'

    Who doesn't want Batman and Jason Bourne in their movie? That's really the question when it comes to Ben Affleck and Matt Damon, two of the most in-demand dudes and nice guys around town. And no doubt, Harvey Weinstein has been big boosters of the pair ever since getting behind "Good Will Hunting," ...

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    Netflix Orders Marco Polo Series From Weinstein Company and Directors of 'Kon-Tiki'

    Netflix is going epic and historical -- the streaming service has ordered a series based on the adventures of explorer and trader Marco Polo in the midst of a war in 13th century China.

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    Gus Van Sant, Lee Daniels, Michael Cera and More Will Direct Segments of Anthology Series 'Ten Commandments'

    WGN America, which will launch its first original scripted series "Salem" this year, is getting into business with the Weinstein Company via "Ten Commandments," a 10-part scripted series that will, anthology-style, feature 10 filmmakers over 10 nights taking on a different commandment and giving it ...

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