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    Tina Fey to Star as Middle East Reporter Kim Barker In 'The Taliban Shuffle'

    Tina Fey is set to star in and produce "The Taliban Shuffle," the big-screen adaptation of Kim Barker's memoir of the same title, which recounts her work as a journalist in Afghanistan and Pakistan since 2002.

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    Meryl Streep Joins Carey Mulligan for 'Suffragette,' Written by Abi Morgan

    Meryl Streep is set to play Brit political activist Emmilene Pankhurst in "Suffragette," alongside Carey Mulligan. The period drama will be helmed by Sarah Gavron ("Brick Lane"), and is written by "Iron Lady" scribe Abi Morgan.

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    Terry Gilliam Plans to Film Long-Troubled 'The Man Who Killed Don Quixote' This Fall

    Seventh time's a charm? Terry Gilliam has announced that he will be starting production on his long-time labor of love "The Man Who Killed Don Quixote" on the Canary Islands in the fall. This is the seventh time over the past 20 years the director has attempted to get his troubled adaptation of Cerv...

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    FIRST LOOK: Jessica Chastain in J.C. Chandor's 1981-Set Crime Drama 'A Most Violent Year'

    A first-look image has arrived of Jessica Chastain in "All Is Lost" director J.C. Chandor's newest endeavor, "A Most Violent Year." The period crime drama has been in production for a couple of weeks now.

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    New Restoration of Uncut 'Godzilla: The Japanese Original' to Premiere at TCM Film Fest, Followed by Rialto Release

    Exciting news of monstrous proportions: A new restoration of classic “Godzilla: The Japanese Original,” which spawned six decades of sequels, imitations and remakes, is set to debut April 12 at the fifth TCM Classic Film Festival in Hollywood. It then gets a national release from Rialto Pictures, ki...

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    Three Filmmaker Finalists Announced for a Year of Mentorship with Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu

    Three young filmmakers from across the globe have been selected as finalists for a year of creative collaboration with Oscar-nominated director Alejandro González Iñárritu. The finalists hail from Brazil, Hungary and Israel. They each will be interviewed by Iñárritu, who will select one of them as h...

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    POLL: Who Should Play Spencer Tracy and Katharine Hepburn in New Biopic Romance?

    With the news that the Katharine Hepburn-Spencer Tracy romance is getting the big screen treatment in "Tracy and Hepburn," we at TOH! have two polls for you: Who should play Hepburn? Who should play Tracy?

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    'Weekend' and 'Looking' Director Andrew Haigh Gets Charlotte Rampling and Tom Courtenay for '45 Years'

    "Weekend" director Andrew Haigh, who has been taking on helming and executive producing duties on the HBO series "Looking," has a new project in the works. Charlotte Rampling and Tom Courtenay are set to star Haigh's "45 Years," which is eyeing a spring start date.

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    Read This: Clint Eastwood's 1977 Thank You Letter to Critic Andrew Sarris for 'Dirty Harry' Article

    Check out this unearthed 1977 letter from Clint Eastwood to film critic Andrew Sarris, wherein Eastwood thanks Sarris for his Village Voice article on the "Dirty Harry" franchise, titled "Is Harry Too Dirty?" Eastwood gets to expound on the perceived messages in his films, complaining that ones with...

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    Darren Aronofsky on Stormy Battle with Paramount Over 'Noah': "I Was Upset... There Was a Rough Patch"

    Word got out back in October that Darren Aronofsky and Paramount were suffering stormy seas in terms of getting $125 million Biblical epic "Noah" to a final cut. Now, Aronofksy has opened up to the Hollywood Reporter about his battles with the studio on the film. Highlights below.

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