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    Watch: Trailer For Woody Allen's 'Midnight In Paris' Is Basically 'Vicky Cristina Barcelona'

    And That's Just FineWhile Terrence Malick's "The Tree Of Life" continues to dominate the attention around this year's Cannes Film Festival, you'll be forgiven if you forgot that the event will kick off with Woody Allen's "Midnight In Paris" -- and lo and behold, a trailer has now arrived for the fil...

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    Owen Wilson Has A Starry Night In Poster For Woody Allen's 'Midnight In Paris'

    With beleaguered film press heading back home from SXSW, all eyes are now being turned to the Croisette for the Cannes Film Festival, which is less than two months away. This year's lineup -- if the rumors and speculation turn out to be accurate -- should be one of the best in years, so it's perhaps...

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    Woody Allen To Appear In Small Role In His Next, Rome-Set Picture

    Would Like To Work With Diane Keaton Again, But Not Sure On WhatWoody Allen may be creeping up on his 80th birthday (he's 76 this year), but his work ethic shows no sign of letting up. He's directed 41 films in 42 years and, as usual, has started prepping for the next before the premiere of his late...

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    Woody Allen's 'Midnight In Paris' To Open The Cannes Film Festival

    While there were rumblings that some other high profile films might open this year's Cannes Film Festival including Terrence Malick's "The Tree Of Life" and "Pirates Of The Caribbean: On Stranger Tides," the organizers have resisted the allure of the tentpole and have gone with a still relatively sa...

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    Sony Pictures Classics Picks Up Woody Allen's 'Midnight In Paris'; Eyes Morgan Spurlock's Latest Doc

    Another year, another Woody Allen film. And say what you will about his more recent output, for this writer at least, the yearly Woody Allen movie is a comfort, like an old friend returning for a visit and a pleasant entry on our film calendar.

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