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    Writer-Director Steve Knight Moves from Indie 'Locke' to TV Hit 'Peaky Blinders' and the Sequel to 'World War Z'

    UK writer-turned-director Steven Knight ("Dirty Pretty Things," "Eastern Promises") is in demand. Between script assignments, he likes a challenge, like "Locke," in which Tom Hardy repeated the same sequence 16 times from start to end in 12 days, locked inside a moving car on the M6 in England, with...

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    There's Never Been a Movie Quite Like 'Locke'

    Today's TWC featured indie is Steven Knight's "Locke," which finds Tom Hardy going solo in a film taking place entirely in his car.

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    Tom Hardy's Production Shop Pens First-Look Deal with NBCUniversal

    Actor Tom Hardy is quite busy these days, and apparently he's decided he needs a couple more projects on his plate: according to the Hollywood Reporter, the English-born actor's Hardy Son & Baker production company has just signed a two-year first-look deal with NBCUniversal International Televisi...

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    'Locke' Writer/Director Steven Knight To Pen 'World War Z' Sequel

    While “World War Z” is now viewed as the modern-day runaway film project and all that implies of ego—hubris, irresponsibility and whatnot—the project began with the best of intentions. Brad Pitt’s Plan B Pictures, the same company that developed and won a Best Picture Oscar for “12 Years A Slave,” w...

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    Specialty Box Office: 'Chinese Puzzle' Shows Promise, 'The Immigrant' Disappoints, and 'Budapest Hotel' Hits $55 Million

    Here's a rundown of the specialty box office this weekend, which saw Cédric Klapisch's "Chinese Puzzle" find a promising debut, James Gray's much more anticipated "The Immigrant" fail to make much of an impression, and "Chef," "Ida," "Belle" and "The Grand Budapest Hotel" all hold on nicely later in...

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    Specialty Box Office: Jon Favreau and James Franco Lead a Strong Indie Weekend With 'Chef' and 'Palo Alto'

    Here's a rundown of the specialty box office this Mother's Day weekend, which saw Jon Favreau and James Franco bring their star power to art houses to the tune of two very strong debuts...

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    Specialty Box Office: Searchlight Has 'Belle' of the Box Office Ball; Focus Has a 'Walk of Shame,' Indeed

    Here's a rundown of the specialty box office this first weekend of May. It's a new format for Indiewire's weekly box office column -- with debuts and holdovers both ranked separately in order of per-theater-average. This isn't always necessarily the best variable for ranking (though no one thing is ...

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