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    "Selma" Lands An Oscar Friendly Date, "Bourne" Moves Out, "Compton" Moves In, and Other Release Schedule Changes

    The Martin Luther King Jr film, "Selma", has been given a limited release date of Christmas Day before going wide on January 9th by Paramount. Also, Universal has slated the N.W.A. biopic "Straight Outta Compton" for August 14th of next year, replacing the latest "Bourne" entry, which moved to 2016...

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    As DreamWorks Preps Next Chapter, Spielberg's Next Two Pics Land Release Dates (UPDATED)

    It looks like we finally have some answers as to what Steven Spielberg is directing next, thanks to an announcement from DreamWorks laying out the release dates for his next project. (UPDATE)

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    The Coens' "Hail Caesar!" Lands a Distributor, and a Co-Star for George Clooney

    A double dose of news today for Coens fans: Universal Pictures has netted worldwide distribution rights to the Brothers' "Hail Caesar!," in which Josh Brolin has officially been cast opposite George Clooney.

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    Mindless Wanderings (...or Stuff You Missed While You Were Trying To Sell a New Digital Camera System To Quentin Tarantino)

    In Cannes for the 20th anniversary of his classic, "Pulp Fiction", Quentin Tarantino called digital projection, "the death of cinema", expressing his love of 35MM and lamenting that the movie was the only film screened in that format at this year's festival.

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    Coen Brothers Writing Cold War Thriller For Steven Spielberg & Tom Hanks

    Like most A-list directors, Steven Spielberg has a habit of attaching himself to projects he’ll likely never get around to making (fun fact: Christopher Nolan’s forthcoming “Interstellar” started life as a Spielberg project ) so when the legendary filmmaker began circling a Tom Hanks-starring Cold W...

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    Coen Brothers Announce Next Film Project 'Hail Caesar,' a 1950s Comedy About a Hollywood Fixer

    Fresh off the critical success of their latest film, "Inside Llewyn Davis," the Coen Brother have announced their next project. In an exclusive with Deadline, the brothers announced that they will be working on a 1950s comedy called "Hail Cesar."

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    Why 'The Hudsucker Proxy' or 'A Serious Man' Should Have Been the First Coen Brothers' TV Show

    On paper, it's not hard to understand why FX decided that Joel and Ethan Coen's 1996 favorite "Fargo" would be the prime Coen-crafted candidate to expand into a TV series. For one thing, it's arguably the brothers' defining film both in terms of name recognition as well as the way it offers the pure...

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    WATCH the Intriguing First Trailer for FX's New Series 'Fargo,' Based on the Coens' Classic

    Set to premiere April 15, FX's new series "Fargo" has its first teaser, and it features Billy Bob Thornton. Watch the intriguingly oblique trailer below.

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    WATCH the First Trailer for Director Angelina Jolie's 'Unbroken'

    Director Angelina Jolie's third film "Unbroken" is a chronicle of the life of Louis Zamperini (Jack O'Connell), an Olympic runner taken prisoner by Japanese forces during World War II. Check out a preview for the film, which aired during the 2014 Sochi Olympics TV broadcast, here.

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    VIDEO ESSAY: The Coen Canon

    Fear is at the root of much of what we consider humorous in films. The fear that something, whether it’s a job, a relationship, or some larger dramatic situation, might go wrong is always present in cinematic humor. This connection between fear and comedy gives the Coen brothers' films their power.

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