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    SXSW Film Review: 'A Vigilante'

    In one of the many scenes of churning fear and rage that make up “A Vigilante,” Sadie (Olivia Wilde), a crime-fighting desperado in upstate New York, sits in the living room of a respectable-looking middle-aged man and explains to him how things are going to be. She’s wearing a disguise — she has given herself [...]

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    Box Office: 'Black Panther' Rules 'Tomb Raider' to Claim Fifth Top Weekend

    Disney-Marvel’s “Black Panther” will score a rare fifth weekend at the top of the domestic box office with $27 million from 3,834 locations, beating out Warner Bros.-MGM’s “Tomb Raider,” which will open with about $22 million from 3,854 sites. “Black Panther” has continued to break records across the box office, having brought in $585 million [...]

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    Asian Film Awards: 'Youth' Wins Top Prize From 'Demon Cat'

    The 12th edition of the Asian Film Awards saw Chen Kaige’s “The Legend of the Demon Cat” emerge as the numerical winner. But it missed out on the best film prize, which went to “Youth,” directed by fellow mainland Chinese director Feng Xiaogang. “Demon Cat,” a period fantasy mounted on an unparalleled scale in China [...]

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    Lucas Hedges to Play Shia LaBeouf in 'Honey Boy'

    Lucas Hedges will play a younger version of Shia LaBeouf in the family drama “Honey Boy,” with LaBeouf playing his own father. The story of a child star attempting to mend his relationship with his law-breaking, alcohol-abusing father over the course of a decade, it’s loosely based on LaBeouf’s life. “Honey Boy” was LaBeouf’s childhood nickname. [...]

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    Film Review: 'Flower'

    As icky a comedy as you’re likely to see this year, “Flower” comes from an angry place — one that is clearly more concerned about sounding provocative and clever than having anything meaningful to say. Seventeen-year-old Erica Vandross (Zoey Deutch) has serious trust issues. She feels abandoned by her dad, who’s serving time for a [...]

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    Film News Roundup: John Cho's Thriller 'Searching' Set for Crowded August Weekend

    In today’s film news roundup. John Cho’s “Searching” becomes the sixth film to open on Aug. 3, Sam Claflin’s crime thriller “The Corrupted” has started shooting and a historical sexual harrassment movie is in the works. RELEASE DATE Screen Gems has set its John Cho thriller “Searching” for an Aug. 3 release, becoming the sixth [...]

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    Christian Indie 'I Can Only Imagine' Set to Over-Perform at Box Office

    The nation’s moviegoers look to be turning out in bigger numbers for a Christian-themed independent film than for the first mainstream teen movie with a gay main character. Roadside Attractions-Lionsgate’s “I Can Only Imagine,” based on the story of the biggest-selling Christian song of all time, is looking at an estimated $14 million-plus for the [...]

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