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Hollywood has been trying to bring Lois Lowry's celebrated 1993 children's book "The Giver" to the bigscreen for the better part of two decades -- now the movie is one step closer to fruition, as…
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Fisher Stevens will direct "American Pastoral" for Lakeshore Entertainment and Sidney Kimmel Entertainment with production expected to begin early next year.
Relativity Media will have a strong presence at the Berlin market, which could see an effect from the ongoing consolidation of suppliers changing the distributor landscape.
Robert Mark Kamen will deliver a screenplay for Philip Noyce's "Bloodsport" in about a month, producer Edward R. Pressman told Variety on the Lido.
Disney's set a Dec. 21, 2012, release date for ''The Lone Ranger,'' starring Armie Hammer.
The 31st Belgrade Intl. Film Festival kicked off on Friday , beginning a 10-day run of screenings of some 95 feature films and documentaries.
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