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    Martin Scorsese Puts Executive Producer Tag On New Films From Luc Besson & 'Infernal Affairs' Director Andrew Lau

    Martin Scorsese seemingly never stops working. Whether it’s “The Wolf of Wall Street,” an upcoming Bill Clinton documentary, another one for the New York Review Of Books, or even a Garth Brooks concert film, it seems as if he’s more prolific than ever. But the man isn’t...

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    'The Place Beyond The Pines' & Luc Besson's 'Malavita' Get 2013 Dates

    Gosling, De Niro, and some young whippersnappers get dates on the 2013 calendar, so let's skip the preamble and get right into it....

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    'Glee' Star Dianna Agron Joins Luc Besson's 'Malavita'

    Playing Quinn Fabray on Fox's hit musical/high school show "Glee" hasn't given Dianna Agron a lot of chances to break out into movie roles, but it looks like she's signing on to a project that will be a far, far cry from the antics at William McKinley High School in Lima, Ohio.

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    Tommy Lee Jones Joins Luc Besson's Darkly Comedic Actioner 'Malavita'

    We’ve given a lot of credit to Tommy Lee Jones recently for his willingness to step out so late in his career and try on different hats, like writing, directing, and starring in the pioneer-era tale “The Homesman,” as well as going a little more comedic (and raunchy) than he’...

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    Michelle Pfeiffer Joins Robert De Niro In Luc Besson's Gangster Pic 'Malativa'

    One of the few highlights of the otherwise lifeless and disapointing "Dark Shadows" was -- unsurprisingly -- Michelle Pfeiffer as the matriarch of the Collins clan. As usual, she classed up the proceedings and brought a nice, icy tone to an otherwise frothy movie. Better yet, the actr...

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    Luc Besson Directing Robert De Niro In Gangster Thriller 'Malativa'

    Man, Luc Besson really didn't take to retirement, did he? Besson recently turned to a stack of scripts he's written in a co-financing partnership between Besson's EuroCorp and Relativity Pictures, getting support for two new Besson-ian efforts.

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