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    FilmChatter: Top 10 Indie Film Tweets of the Week: Cannes, 'The Rover' and a 'Locke' Screening at The Playboy Mansion

    Here are our favorite indie film tweets of the week, with messages about Cannes, "The Rover" and a "Locke" screening at The Playboy Mansion.

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    FIRST LOOK: Julianne Moore Is President Coin in 'The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1'

    A big name coming on board the next installment of the "Hunger Games" franchise is Julianne Moore, playing President Alma Coin. Lionsgate has released a couple of first images of Moore, here forgoing her usual red locks for something a bit more Jane Campion-like. One of the images has her seated nex...

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    Casting Watch: Julianne Moore Joins 'Hunger Games: Mockingjay' Parts 1 and 2

    Julianne Moore has joined the cast of "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Parts 1 and 2." She will play President Alma Coin, who leads the rebellion against the Capitol.

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    Joseph Gordon-Levitt Cut Graphic Porn from Directorial Debut 'Don Jon' to Get R Rating

    Joseph Gordon-Levitt's feature directorial debut "Don Jon" -- the film formerly known as "Don Jon's Addiction" -- whipped up a stir at Sundance with its graphic depiction of porn addiction in New Jersey. "The Sundance cut was us pushing it past where it really ought to be, and I think it was sort of...

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    Watch: New 'Carrie' Trailer Gives Away Entire Dramatic Arc to Mixed Results

    Remaking a horror film as classic as Brian De Palma's "Carrie," is a move that would always cause some amount of hesitant backlash. The decision to push the film back seven months from its original March release to October 18th did little to sway those fears, but with this week's release of the "Evi...

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    Watch: Julianne Moore and Steve Coogan Battle for Their Daughter in Trailer for 'What Maisie Knew'

    While the works of Henry James wouldn't necessarily seem to lend themselves well to being contemporized, it's still surprising that his "What Maisie Knew" has never had a major film adaptation before, as it remains a pretty unflinching look at post-divorce child upbringing through the eyes of the ti...

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    Watch: Trailer for Julianne Moore's Five Years in the Making '6 Souls' Lands With a Thud

    Five years after initial photography began and three years since its completion, the Julianne Moore and Jonathan Rhys Meyers starring supernatural thriller "6 Souls" is finally preparing for its U.S. VOD and theatrical release via distributor RADiUS-TWC, who yesterday released a trailer for the film...

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    English Teacher Starts in NY, Lily Collins joins Julianne Moore, Greg Kinnear, Nathan Lane

    One of the recurring themes of this weekend's Film Independent Forum was the growing fluidity of television and indie film. For example, TV director Craig Zisk (The Big C, Nurse Jackie, Weeds) is making his film debut with indie comedy The English Teacher, which starts filming in New York this week....

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    Cowboys & Aliens, Crazy, Stupid, Love & Indies The Future, The Guard, Interrupters, Life in a Day

    Cowboys & Aliens gets the prize for most literal title, if nothing else. While Andrew O'Hehir writes: "The movie never makes much of a case for its own existence; it's a mediocre western clumsily welded to a mediocre alien shoot-'em-up," and Roger Moore concludes: "A perfectly serviceable B-movie in...

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    Crazy, Stupid, Love Reviews: Refreshingly Upscale, Contrived, Genial Messy Comedy, Real Actors

    Each time a studio presents a new romantic comedy I face it with dread, unless Judd Apatow is involved. He works hard at finding some grain of truth about how men and women relate to each other. (Check out this candid KCRW podcast interview.) I'm allergic to fake studio gloss, and was surprised by t...

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