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    Amazon Lands Huge Deal for Sundance Sensation 'Manchester By the Sea'

    The streaming platform has come out on top in a huge bidding war for Kenneth Lonergan's acclaimed drama.

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    Questions We Have About Disney's 'Cinderella' (Trailer)

    On a big studio project like Disney's "Cinderella" (2015), so many things can go wrong. Did they cast right? Will it be dumb or smart?

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    Why Michael Cera Wasn't Nervous About Debuting on Broadway In 'This Is Our Youth'

    The "Arrested Development" star talks about debuting on Broadway in Kenneth Lonergan's classic play.

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    25 Movies That Defined The Sundance Film Festival

    As you might have noticed from the wall-to-wall level of coverage over the last week or so, the Sundance Film Festival has grown considerably from its humble beginnings back in 1978, when it was inaugurated as the Utah/US Film Festival and had a remit to showcase exclusively American-made independen...

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    Ben Wheatley Directing First Two Episodes Of 'Doctor Who' Season 8, Catherine Hardwicke Goes MTV & More

    It looks like the BBC is giving "Doctor Who" fans lots of reasons to look forward to season eight. First, after runs by two fan favorites in Matt Smith and David Tennant, Peter Capaldi will be the next actor to roll with the TARDIS in the beloved show. And to get things off on on the right foot, one...

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    Kenneth Lonergan is Writing a Miniseries Adaptation of 'Howards End' for the BBC

    Playwright and filmmaker Kenneth Lonergan will be following up the torturous five-year process of making his last film, the terrific, troubled "Margaret," with a British television project.

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    Martin Scorsese's Cut Of 'Margaret' Longer Than Current Version; Producer Turned Down TIFF Premiere

    After six years of legal battles and editing bay drama, Fox Searchlight finally released Kenneth Lonergan's long awaited "Margaret" this weekend in a handful of theaters. Pushed by a marketing campaign that could generously be called "modest," the film opened to fairly dismal numbers and even though it will rollout to more cities next weekend, the extended imbroglio seems to earned the movie a quiet death. Except, in the court of law, the saga of "Margaret" is not over (more on that in a second) but moreover, for anyone who has seen the film, the news that a longer version of Lonergan's film never made it to screens will be an added frustrati...

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