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    Watch: Oscar Isaac and Garrett Hedlund Toast Death in Exclusive 'Mojave' Clip

    Written and directed by Oscar-winner William Monahan, "Mojave" will have its world premiere in the Tribeca Film Festival Spotlight Section.

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    'The Gambler' Reviews: No Match for the Original

    Mark Wahlberg's no replacement for James Caan in this remake of the 1974 classic.

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    'The Gambler' Remake Starring Mark Wahlberg to World Premiere at AFI Fest

    Blue-collar poster boy Mark Wahlberg plays a literature professor in this remake of the award-winning 1974 film of the same name.

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    Mark Wahlberg & Peter Berg Reteaming For 'American Desperado'

    So, you might not remember this, but a few years ago, David O. Russell and Mark Wahlberg were looking to make a feature adaptation of the critically acclaimed documentary "Cocaine Cowboys." The 2006 film centered on the notorious '70s drug dealer Jon Roberts who moved from New York, where he was inv...

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    'The Departed' Writer William Monahan To Pen Adaptation Of John Le Carré's 'A Delicate Truth'

    It has been a pretty good decade or so for John le Carré fans looking for the spymaster's works on the big screen. The 2000s have seen "The Tailor Of Panama," "The Constant Gardner" and "Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy" hit theaters, with both "A Most Wanted Man" and "Our Kind Of Traitor" in post, while "...

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    William Monahan Developing '60s-Set TV Series 'Crime' With Starz

    With the disappearance of studio-backed mid-level dramas, many filmmakers have fled to the open arms of cable television. The latest transplant to the small screen is “The Departed” screenwriter William Monahan with the British period-drama “Crime.”

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