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    Cannes Review: Nicole Kidman Is a Solid Grace Kelly In 'Grace of Monaco,' But Is It Fact Or Fiction?

    Both soft and fierce in every scene, Nicole Kidman skillfully embodies the paradox of Grace Kelly in French director Olivier Dahan's "Grace of Monaco," a mannered, lightweight portrait of the actress' troubled days in the early sixties adjusting to her new life as the city-state's princess.

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    Morgan Spurlock and Associated Press Enter Into Development Deal. What Does It Mean For the Future of Journalism?

    Per a press release issued earlier today, under the terms of the agreement reached between the two parties, Warrior Poets will have unlimited access to the AP's massive archive of content -- which includes articles, photos and video on a wide range of topics including but not limited to politics, wa...

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    Harvey Weinstein Considers Dropping 'Grace Of Monaco' Before Cannes As Battle Over Final Cut Continues

    You might have forgotten, but this year's Cannes Film Festival opener "Grace Of Monaco," was originally supposed to be released last fall, and then was pushed to this spring. However, last October, reports surfaced that producer Harvey Weinstein and director Olivier Dahan were battling over the cut ...

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    Watch: Gorgeous New Trailer for James Gray's 'The Immigrant' Rudely Welcomes You to America

    Gray's much-awaited new film "The Immigrant" looks like a throwback to the great melodramas of the past, with comparisons from the film's supporters ranging from Roberto Rossellini's Ingrid Bergman collaborations to Elia Kazan.

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    Watch: Pierre Niney Makes His Debut on the International Stage in TWC's 'Yves Saint Laurent' Biopic

    The trailer is edited such that it resembles an editorial spread you might see in the likes of Vogue, Harper's Bazaar or W. The vibrancy of the color scheme matches the drama of Saint Laurent's professional and personal life stride for stride.

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    The Weinstein Company and Media Giant Gannett Co. Enter Into First Look Film and Television Deal

    The terms of this deal are such that TWC gains total access to the Gannett portfolio, which includes USA Today, USA Weekend and Newsquest, as well as a host of local website and television stations.

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    Watch: Mark Ruffalo and Keira Knightley Make Beautiful Music in 'Begin Again' Trailer

    John Carney, who wrote and directed "Once" several years ago, made quite an impression with the indie musical romance, and now he's coming back to the under-appreciated genre with a bigger budget and bigger stars. The filmmaker's upcoming dramedy "Begin Again," starring Oscar nominees Keira Knightle...

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    Watch: Trailer for Weinstein Company's French Cop Comedy 'On the Other Side of the Tracks'

    From "Lethal Weapon" to "Rush Hour," the cop comedy has never failed to mismatch its leading duo for the sake of good laughs and even better chemistry. Now it looks as though the Weinstein Company will be cashing in on the genre with its latest film, David Charhon's French comedy caper "On the Other...

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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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