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  1. Tarantino gets his French girl

    9:00 pm 9/1/2008

    Diane Kruger has been cast in Quentin Tarantino's "Inglorious Bastards," and German star Til Schweiger also has nabbed a role in the World War II movie.Read more

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  2. Commentary: One group's 'insensitive' movie can be a lesson learned for everyone else

    5:59 pm 9/1/2008

    If you've got a new movie to release, be advised: Someone, somewhere, is laying in wait, preparing to launch a protest, writes GREGG KILDAY.Read more

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  3. Thalians to honor Clint Eastwood

    5:31 pm 9/1/2008

    Clint Eastwood will be honored by the Thalians, the Cedars-Sinai mental health support group founded by Debbie Reynolds and Ruta Lee, for his lifetime achievements at its 53rd anniversary ball on Nov. 2 at the Beverly Hilton.Read more

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  4. Freestyle sets 'Delgo' release

    5:22 pm 9/1/2008

    Freestyle Releasing has set Dec. 12 as the opening date for the CG animated film "Delgo" from Fathom Studios.Read more

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  5. Katrina lessons shape Gustav strategy

    5:18 pm 9/1/2008

    Fox News Channel anchor Shepard Smith, who drew praise for his coverage of Katrina in 2005, agreed that it felt like a different New Orleans and Gulf Coast that dealt with Hurricane Gustav.Read more

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  6. Batman on top of the world again

    4:18 pm 9/1/2008

    Without any high-profile new films in sight, the blockbusters of summer, led by the mighty "The Dark Knight," continued to dominate the overseas market during the weekend.Read more

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  7. 'Okuribito' tops Montreal fest

    4:00 pm 9/1/2008

    The Montreal World Film Festival on Monday gave its top jury prize to Japanese director Yojiro Takita's "Okuribito" (Departures), but saw its top audience awards go to Canadian documentary filmmaker Benoit Pilon's debut fiction drama "The Necessities of Life."Read more

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  8. Lethargy in Venice at halfway point

    3:38 pm 9/1/2008

    As the Venice Film Festival reached its halfway point, critics were, for once, unanimous: The lineup has been underwhelming.Read more

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  9. Venice fest awash with complaints

    3:10 pm 9/1/2008

    The main story at the midway point of the 65th Venice Film Festival has become the grumbling about the festival itself.Read more

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  10. Venice festival all about 'Eve' on Monday

    2:41 pm 9/1/2008

    Natalie Portman's directorial debut, a 22-minute short film about a girl who finds herself intruding on her grandmother's romantic date, received an enthusiastic response on the Venice Lido Monday.Read more

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