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  1. Cannes' late lineup causes headaches

    10:01 am 5/13/2008

    Cannes' last-minute addition of "Blindness" was, at best, a double-edged honor for the movie's French distributor, Pathe.Read more

  2. Cannes' late lineup causes headaches

    10:01 am 5/13/2008

    Cannes has introduced a new genre to this year's festival: the grumble flick.Read more

  3. H20 puts 'Wild,' 'Gate' sequel on fast track

    9:50 am 5/13/2008

    Andras Hamori's H20 Motion Pictures has green-lighted two new productions, one thriller and one horror sequel.Read more

  4. Bankable joins legion for 'March'

    9:28 am 5/13/2008

    Marc Fiszman's Bankable films is cashing in on new international co-production "March or Die," about legionaries fighting for survival in 1940s Indochine.Read more

  5. Drew Barrymore rear-ended in L.A.

    9:27 am 5/13/2008

    Drew Barrymore can add "sheriff's helper" to her long resume.Read more

  6. Cannes' competitive edge

    9:17 am 5/13/2008

    Forget Egalite. When it comes to Cannes, ranking is everything, from the color of your badge to -- especially -- what section your film screens in.Read more

  7. GEG backs Stone's 'W'

    7:26 am 5/13/2008

    HONG KONG -- Global Entertainment Group will join Hong Kong-based Emperor Motion Pictures, U.K-based Aramid and QED to invest in Oliver Stone's Bush biopic "W,” the company announced Tuesday.Read more

  8. 'In the Heights' leads Tony Award noms

    6:30 am 5/13/2008

    "In the Heights" received 13 Tony Award nominations Tuesday, including best musical.Read more

  9. 'Hillary Agonistes'

    5:00 am 5/13/2008

    Hillary Clinton doesn't realize how lucky she is going to be by not becoming the next president (probably).Read more

  10. Marvel's universal approach makes it a world apart from DC

    5:00 am 5/13/2008

    As marvel embarks on transferring its universe of comics characters to the big screen, it is determined to succeed where DC Comics and its corporate sibling Warner Bros. have stumbled. But then, Marvel always has been one step ahead of DC.Read more

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