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3
4 YEARS

Jason Segel to Play 'Undercover Cop' for DreamWorks (Exclusive)

Jason Segel to Play 'Undercover Cop' for DreamWorks (Exclusive)

Jason Segel as an '80s-era undercover cop? It's almost too perfect.

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DEC
16
4 YEARS

EXCLUSIVE: Rosario Dawson and Lynn Collins Graduate to 'Ten Year'

Rosario Dawson and Lynn Collins are the latest to nab roles in Ten Year, the directing debut of screenwriter Jamie Linden (We Are Marshall).

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DEC
15
4 YEARS

EXCLUSIVE: Oscar Isaac Joins Cast of Channing Tatum Film 'Ten Year'

Oscar Isaac has been cast in the ensemble drama Ten Year, the directing debut of screenwriter Jamie Linden (We Are Marshall).

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NOV
10
4 YEARS

Elizabeth Banks negotiating to star in Alex Kurtzman's 'Welcome to People' (exclusive)

Elizabeth Banks negotiating to star in Alex Kurtzman's 'Welcome to People' (exclusive)

Elizabeth Banks is negotiating to take on the female lead in Welcome to People, the Dreamworks drama written by Alex Kurtzman, Roberto Orci and Jody Lambert.

Kurtzman will also direct the film, which has Chris Pine (who is on the cover of the new Hollywood Reporter) attached to star as well.

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OCT
14
4 YEARS

David Chase and Steven Van Zandt reunite for his ’60s-set musical drama (exclusive)

David Chase and Steven Van Zandt reunite for his ’60s-set musical drama (exclusive)

David Chase has gotten the band together, and it's turned into a reunion tour.

The writer-director has been on a nationwide search for young, relative unknowns to star in his untitled rock 'n' roll coming-of-age film, and he's found them in John Magaro, Jack Huston and Will Brill. But he's also brought aboard his old "Sopranos" actor, guitarist Steven Van Zandt, to supervise the music for the film and executive produce.

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OCT
14
4 YEARS

Robert De Niro and Sigourney Weaver to star in ‘Buried’ director’s next project

Robert De Niro and Sigourney Weaver to star in ‘Buried’ director’s next project

"Buried" director Rodrigo Cortés has dug up his next project.

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OCT
13
4 YEARS

DreamWorks shuffles 2011 schedule; Spielberg's 'War Horse' moves to Dec.

 

UPDATED: DreamWorks has put the final pieces in place for its 2011 feature slate, which co-chair and CEO Stacey Snider said now solidly represents the newly rebooted studio's approach to "elevated genre."

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