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MAR
22
1 years

Selena Gomez Doesn't Want Tweens to See 'Spring Breakers' (Q&A)

Selena Gomez Doesn't Want Tweens to See 'Spring Breakers' (Q&A)

It’s been more than six months since Harmony Korine’s Spring Breakers premiered at the Venice Film Festival, but many U.S. moviegoers will get their first glimpse of the raunchy, candy-colored drama when it opens nationwide Friday.

For former teen queen Selena Gomez, the opening officially marks her departure from the squeaky-clean Disney scene and is her first project that is decidedly inappropriate for her legions of young “Selenators” (or fans).

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MAR
21
1 years

'Spring Breakers' and 'Girls' Mashup Sends Franco and Dunham on a Wild Ride (Video)

'Spring Breakers' and 'Girls' Mashup Sends Franco and Dunham on a Wild Ride (Video)

Torn between your fixation on Lena Dunam's Girls and Harmony Korine's Disney-on-acid film Spring Breakers? That's quite understandable: they make us uncomfortable, but are so open, honest and scintillating, it's impossible to take your eyes off them.

PHOTOS: 'Spring Breakers' L.A. Premiere: Selena Gomez, Vanessa Hudgens Celebrate in Hollywood

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MAR
19
1 years

James Franco Mashes Up 'Spring Breakers' and 'Spider-Man' to Warn Theatergoers (Video)

James Franco Mashes Up 'Spring Breakers' and 'Spider-Man' to Warn Theatergoers (Video)

He's missing the grills, but James Franco still means business.

The multi-hyphenate was in Austin for SXSW last week, where he pulled double duty in attending the U.S. premiere of his debauched movie Spring Breakers and presenting his film Interior. Leather. Bar. The latter event took place at the famed Alamo Drafthouse, where he spared some time to participate in one of the theater's very public campaigns: ending cell phone use during screenings.

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MAR
15
1 years

Jay Leno Angers NBC's Robert Greenblatt With Ratings Jabs (Report)

Jay Leno Angers NBC's Robert Greenblatt With Ratings Jabs (Report)

Jay Leno may have found himself in hot water with NBC entertainment chief Robert Greenblatt after using The Tonight Show stage to mock the network’s ratings troubles.

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MAR
14
1 years

Drake Doremus' 'Breathe In' Acquired by Cohen Media Group

Drake Doremus' 'Breathe In' Acquired by Cohen Media Group

Cohen Media Group has acquired U.S. distribution rights to Drake DoremusBreathe In, which premiered at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival.

It is slated for a late 2013 theatrical release.

FILM REVIEW: Breathe In

The film follows a family in a small upstate New York town whose world is turned upside-down with the arrival of a British exchange student.

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MAR
14
1 years

Ang Lee's Oscar Follow-Up: An FX Pilot

Ang Lee's Oscar Follow-Up: An FX Pilot

Mere weeks after winning the Academy Award for best director, Ang Lee has signed on for his next act: television.

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MAR
13
1 years

Nick Offerman, Adam Scott and Alison Brie Get High and Loose in New Indie Promo (Video)

Nick Offerman, Adam Scott and Alison Brie Get High and Loose in New Indie Promo (Video)

Nick Offerman returned to Reddit on Wednesday, dispensing to his flock many life lessons, woodworking tips, fond recollections and an instant classic viral video.

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MAR
12
1 years

SXSW: Magnolia Pictures Nabs U.S. Rights to Hot Rock Doc 'Muscle Shoals'

SXSW: Magnolia Pictures Nabs U.S. Rights to Hot Rock Doc 'Muscle Shoals'

Magnolia Pictures has acquired U.S. rights to Muscle Shoals, a documentary about the legendary Muscle Shoals recording studio in Alabama, which spawned some of the greatest records of all time.

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MAR
11
1 years

'Generation Um…' Trailer: Keanu Reeves Forsakes His Action Star Roots for Indie Role (Video)

'Generation Um…' Trailer: Keanu Reeves Forsakes His Action Star Roots for Indie Role (Video)

The last time Keanu Reeves acted in a blockbuster action film it was The Day the Earth Stood Still in 2008. Since then the Speed actor has kept a relatively low profile, opting for behind the camera work, including producing Side by Side, a documentary about the rise of digital filmmaking.

PHOTOS: National Film Registry: 'A Christmas Story,' 'The Matrix,' 'Dirty Harry' Among Class of 2012

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MAR
11
1 years

Tribeca 2013: Festival Announces 60 Selected Shorts, Headlined by Elijah Wood, Elle Fanning

Tribeca 2013: Festival Announces 60 Selected Shorts, Headlined by Elijah Wood, Elle Fanning

The Tribeca Film Festival's 2013 lineup has added 60 short films that run the gamut from documentary to narrative and experimental and include stars such as Elijah Wood, Elle Fanning and Lauren Ambrose.

The program is broken down into eight categories, with themes that include first person narrative, late night genre (think: vampires and werewolves), New York City and apocalyptic disasters.

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MAR
11
1 years

Michael Haneke Twitter Parody Creator Reveals Himself

Michael Haneke Twitter Parody Creator Reveals Himself

Meet the man behind the LOLs.

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MAR
11
1 years

Manager-Producer Elaine Goldsmith-Thomas Exits 3 Arts

Hollywood veteran Elaine Goldsmith-Thomas has parted ways with management-production firm 3 Arts Entertainment, sources tell The Hollywood Reporter.

Goldsmith-Thomas was an agent at WMA and ICM, repping such clients as Julia Roberts and Susan Sarandon, before running the East Coast division of Joe Roth’s Revolution Studios as well as Roberts' production company Redom in the 2000s.

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MAR
10
1 years

SXSW: 'Cheap Thrills' Sells to Drafthouse Films

Drafthouse Films, the Austin-based film distribution arm of the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema, has closed a deal with Cheap Thrills, a Midnighter selection at this year's South by Southwest Film Festival.

The terms include a minimal theatrical commitment, as well as VOD and home entertainment. The deal covers North America and 20 territories.

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MAR
8
1 years

SXSW: The Ultimate Hipster Film? Brooklyn-to-Austin Comedy Premieres New Poster (Exclusive)

SXSW: The Ultimate Hipster Film? Brooklyn-to-Austin Comedy Premieres New Poster (Exclusive)

Could any film be more perfect for SXSW?

Loves Her Gun has all the elements: a movie about a woman who travels from her home in Brooklyn to Austin aboard the bus of a novelty indie band, and it co-stars a man with an inventive mustache. Mix in a microbudget and a leading actress wearing her director's clothes and horse masks.

STORY: SXSW: 5 Narrative Films With Buzz

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