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    Al Pacino And Greta Gerwig Are 'Humbling,' Nicolas Cage Circles Bryan Singer-Produced 'Men With No Fear' & More

    Okay, nearly three years ago, word first surfaced that Al Pacino was looking to reteam with Barry Levinson for an adaptation of Philip Roth's "The Humbling." And that was pretty much the last we heard of it, but somewhere along the way, filming started and this thing was cast cast so either credit a...

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    Exclusive: Michael Pitt in Poster for March Release Drama 'Rob the Mob'

    Director Raymond De Felitta, whose 2006 drama "Two Family House" won the Sundance Audience Award, returns with another crime film, "Rob the Mob," which stars Michael Pitt (who recently appeared in the Sundance hit "I Origins") and up-and-comer Nina Ariande ("Tower Heist" and "Midnight in Paris").

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    Millennium Entertainment Partners with Gravitas Ventures for VOD Distribution

    A relatively new force among independent distributors, Millennium Entertainment was formed in 2010 and is poising for a breakout year to follow up last year's notable releases like Richard Linklater's "Bernie" and Lee Daniel's "The Paperboy." This year they're receiving additional backing in the for...

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    Millenium Picks Up 'Upside Down' With Kirsten Dunst & Jim Sturgess, Will Be Released In 3D

    Geez, we had pretty much forgotten about this one. With production starting over two years ago, it has taken a very long time for this movie to see the light of day. While there has been smattering of stills and even a trailer at the beginning of the year, "Upside Down," starring Kirsten D...

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    'The Babymakers' Goes to Millennium for Multi-Platform July Release

    Millennium Entertainment takes all US rights for a multi-platform release of Jay Chandrasekhar's "The Babymakers," which had its debut at SXSW.

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    Weinsteins 'Lay The Favorite,' Focus Had 'A Good Time,' Millenium Turns On 'Red Lights' & More Sundance Acquisitions

    As many of you know, the Sundance Film Festival is well underway, and there’s been no shortage of studios acquiring some buzzed-about independent titles. As the fest winds into its last few days, the deals are getting done.

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    Playing Bad Cop: "Rampart"and the Occupy Movement

    The record of anonymous police in riot gear facing down unarmed protestors takes on a new dimension when it's witnessed away from their heated environments. By way of apparent serendipity, gritty cop drama "Rampart" addresses this topic head-on.

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    'Rampart' Starring Woody Harrelson Gets November 23 Oscar Qualifying Run Release

    Film Will Hit NY & L.A. For One Oscar Qualifying Week & Will Reopen In Platform Release On January 27Largely known so far for straight to DVD/VOD fare ("Trespass," "Blitz" "Shadows and Lies" with James Franco) and some theatrical releases, (Chris Evans' "Puncture") Millennium Entertainment might se...

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    So, 'Rambo: The Last Stand' Might Happen

    "It's pretty well done; I'm about 99% sure there won't be any more. I'm very happy with the last Burmese episode, and another film might be misinterpreted as an unnecessary and mercenary gesture. I don't want that to happen," Sylvester Stallone told Empire last spring, but that was before the mega s...

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    Empire Big Screen '11 Review: By Crom, 'Conan The Barbarian' Is Unbelievably Awful

    For a good quarter of a century, since Arnie hung up his loincloth in 1984's "Conan The Destroyer," people have been trying to bring Robert E. Howard's pulp sword-and-sorcery hero back to the big screen, most notably in John Milius' unmade "King Conan," while The Wachowskis, Robert Rodriguez and Bre...

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