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If you build it they will come. This motto appears to have worked in a number of ways for Dubai, a city synonymous with growth and prosperity.
Just one week after 15 hostages were freed by Colombian commandos, Hollywood has come knocking. Several potential projects are already taking shape.
Alfonso Cuaron is developing a film version of Ron McLarty's 1988 novel "The Memory of Running," with an eye to directing the pic.
A big canvas rendering of a passionately expressed vision of what the United States was, and is meant to be, "The Postman" is a rare epic film that is actually about something.
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