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By Andrew Shain, The State, Columbia, S.C. Jun. 26--"Nailed" has finished filming in Columbia for good, but will anyone get to see the Jake Gyllenhaal political satire on the big screen? The two-month shoot never resumed after a weekend walk-off by movie crews who said they were not getting paid.
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By Kirk Honeycutt LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) - News of Glenn Ford's passing Wednesday rekindled my deep regret that the Los Angeles Film Critics Assn. never bestowed its Career Achievement Award on the popular star.
By Mike Collett-White VENICE (Reuters) - The Venice Film Festival opens on Wednesday with the world premiere of "The Black Dahlia," a sepia-tinted throwback to 1940s Hollywood based on a grisly real-life murder that remains unsolved to this day.
By Bonnie J. Gordon BERLIN (Hollywood Reporter) - Germany's FantasyFilmFest started out 20 years ago as a one-off presentation of science fiction and horror films in Hamburg.
By Dean Goodman LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - So much for the Internet hype. "Snakes on a Plane," a camp thriller that generated an unprecedented tsunami of online hysteria during the past year, crawled into the No.
By Bob Tourtellotte LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Comedy "Little Miss Sunshine," a top movie from January's Sundance Film Festival, debuts in theaters on Wednesday bringing with it the fear that the "Sundance curse" may hurt it with mainstream audiences.
LONDON (Reuters) - One in four Britons went to the cinema at least once a week last year, making British film fans amongst the keenest in the world and defying a global decline in ticket sales, the UK Film Council said on Saturday.
By Gregg Goldstein NEW YORK (Hollywood Reporter) - It's an epidemic. In the New York City area, well over 50 film festivals have sprung up over the last few decades, most of those in the last 10 years alone.
By Bob Tourtellotte CANNES, France (Reuters) - While stars like Tom Hanks and Penelope Cruz grabbed the limelight on the red carpet at the Cannes film festival this week, deal-making for global movie rights proved fast and furious, industry players said.
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