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    Nicolas Winding Refn's 'Barbarella' Series Surfaces at Amazon Studios

    News broke back in June 2012 that "Drive" filmmaker Nicolas Winding Refn was executive producing a television series adaptation of the 1968 cult film "Barbarella," based on the French comic strip by Jean-Claude Forest and starring Jane Fonda as a sort of intergalactic sex kitten tasked with stopping...

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    Nicolas Winding Refn's 'Barbarella' Heads To Amazon, Philip Seymour Hoffman/Kathryn Hahn Series Gets Order & More

    Between Sundance and the Oscars, it might seem like its all movies all the time, but some new developments in the TV world have our attentions pointed toward the small screen...

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    Nicolas Winding Refn Talks 'Only God Forgives,' Tokyo's Qualities For 'The Avenging Silence' & More

    "Make the movie you want to make, and go with God. There's nothing else you can really do," Nicolas Winding Refn told us over the phone last week, as he closes out his year with one last run at U.S. press for "Only God Forgives" as it heads to home video. There's little doubt he stuck with that rule...

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    Nicolas Winding Refn Talks Fetishism, Jodorowksy and his Upcoming 'Barbarella' TV Series at Brooklyn Event

    As part of the publicity tour to promote his newest film "Only God Forgives" receiving a domestic release on Friday, Nicolas Winding Refn partook in an intimate event at Videology, Williamsburg's nifty bar/screening room. Guests met at the establishment at 1pm on Sunday afternoon for a screening of ...

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    Nicolas Winding Refn Talks 'Barbarella' & Reveals How Alejandro Jodorowsky Convinced Him To Leave 'Logan's Run'

    Few filmmakers have quite the crowded dance card that Nicolas Winding Refn boasts. Speaking to The Playlist on the eve of the North American premiere for “Only God Forgives,” Refn seems deeply pleased by having attached himself to so many projects, each one sounding more exciting than the last (part...

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    'Skyfall' Writers Neal Purvis & Robert Wade To Write Nicolas Winding Refn's 'Barbarella' TV Series

    With Nicolas Winding Refn exiting "The Equalizer" with Denzel Washington, and losing bromatic collaborator Ryan Gosling for "Logan's Run," it might seem that the director is suddenly adrift. But in his back pocket is the "Babarella" TV series reboot, which he signed...

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    Nicolas Winding Refn to Direct a 'Barbarella' TV Series

    In news that sounds almost too promisingly crazy to be believed, Deadline is reporting that "Drive" director Nicolas Winding Refn has been brought on to direct and executive produce a TV series based on the Jean-Claude Forest creation Barbarella. The character's adult sci-fi adven...

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    Nicolas Winding Refn To Direct & Produce 'Barbarella' Series For TV; Helps Brings Films Of Andy Milligan Back To Life

    While his dream of directing a "Wonder Woman" movie remains just that, it looks like Nicolas Winding Refn will get to exercise his female fantasy hero kicks through another outlet, taking on an equally iconic character.

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    Will Anne Hathaway Play 'Barbarella' And Work With David O. Russell? Maybe...

    David O. Russell Confirms Hathaway's Early Talks In 'Silver Linings,' But Nothing Is Set In Stone YetAnne Hathaway has had a pretty good year, all in all. Considering that her last two films before then were the virtually unseen thriller "Passengers" and the rightfully reviled "Bride Wars," memories of her Oscar-nominated turn in "Rachel Getting Married" and her lead in the comedy megahit "The Devil Wears Prada" were beginning to fade. But she's started off the year by being more or less the best thing in the otherwise awful (but, importantly, commercially successful) "Valentine's Day," appeared in the billion-dollar "Alice in Wonderland," an...

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