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    Richard Linklater's 'School Of Rock' Heads To Nickelodeon, TV Series Launching In 2015

    While Richard Linklater's "Boyhood" continues to do strong box office, becoming the third highest grossing IFC Films movie ever, the film has a long way to go to reach the financial heights of "School Of Rock." The director's 2003 comedy starring Jack Black was a surprise hit, earning over $80 milli...

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    David Fincher Won't Direct Aaron Sorkin-Penned Steve Jobs Movie

    A Steve Jobs biopic. Sony and Scott Rudin producing, Aaron Sorkin had written the script and David Fincher in the directing chair. It’s basically a dream re-team of the key principals behind “The Social Network,” which worked out swimmingly well for everyone, right?

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    Seth Rogen & Evan Goldberg To Direct Sega Vs. Nintendo Saga 'Console Wars'

    In the 1990s, an arms race kicked off in the living room between videogame makers Sega and Nintendo. From the Sega Master System to the DreamCast, from the Nintendo Entertainment System to Nintendo 64, the fight for which company could boast the best graphics and games — and move the most units — ra...

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    Jonny Greenwood Finishes Recording For 'Inherent Vice,' Scott Rudin Says He Has Another PTA Movie In The Works

    Paul Thomas Anderson's "Inherent Vice" is one step closer to being finished, and we'll let Radiohead guitarist Jonny Greenwood explain: "I finished recording a soundtrack last week for Paul Thomas Anderson's next film 'Inherent Vice.' We recorded with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, led by Clio Go...

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    Paul Greengrass To Helm Cyber-Espionage Thriller 'The Director'

    Tomorrow morning we'll see if Paul Greengrass will earn his second Oscar nomination for "Captain Phillips," but even if he somehow misses out, the filmmaker is keeping an eye toward his next gig. He doesn't have anything lined up as his next go project — he dropped out of "The Trial Of The Chicago 7...

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    Scott Rudin On the Coens, Managing Oscar Expectations and Why Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg May Be the Best Comedy Directors of 2013

    Scott Rudin talks to Indiewire about his mighty trio of 2013 films, and some films from this year that he didn't help make but loved anyway.

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    Dyno-mite! 'Good Times' Headed To The Big Screen

    There's no point being outraged, shocked or surprised. Moviemakers want safe, reliable properties, preferably cheap, and with every comic book, sexy fan fiction, fairy tale and young adult series getting snatched up, of course, television will be the next place to get fracked. Even the title alone w...

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    'The Daily Show' Host Jon Stewart To Make Directorial Debut With Iranian Journalist Drama 'Rosewater'

    Quick! Who remembers that in 2010 "The Daily Show" host Jon Stewart optioned the life rights of Iranian/Canadian journalist Maziar Bahari for a feature film? Well he did, and now it looks like he's exercising those rights, by leaping into his directorial debut in a pretty surprising a...

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    Alexandre Desplat Returns To Score Wes Anderson's 'Grand Budapest Hotel'

    Talk about getting the gang back together. While he's been playing close to the chest about what he's building with "Grand Budapest Hotel," Wes Anderson has at least slowly been revealing who'll be part of the project. Right around Christmas the director shared that Tilda ...

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    Emma Stone To Star In Cameron Crowe's Next Film, A Reworked Version Of 'Deep Tiki'

    Well, talk about a match made in heaven. On one hand, you've got Cameron Crowe, the man behind sweet-natured, smart romances like "Say Anything," "Jerry Maguire" and "Almost Famous," films as good of their kind as any Hollywood has produced in the last few decades (take a peek at our recent retrospe...

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