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Cinephiles, rejoice! Humphrey Bogart is returning to the big screen for the 75th anniversary of . The John Huston noir will be playing on Feb. 21 and 24 in more than 650 theaters across the nation to celebrate the milestone anniversary. A constant fixture in top film lists, stars Bogart as a San Francisco private detective and the film follows his dealings with three unscrupulous adventurers, all of whom are competing to obtain a jewel-encrusted falcon statuette. Mary Astor, Sydney Greenstreet...

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FilmRise has acquired the exclusive worldwide rights to the indie drama Five Nights in Maine. David Oyelowo stars alongside Dianne Wiest and Rosie Perez in the film which follows the story of a man reeling from the loss of his wife, who travels to Maine to find out more about his lost love from her estranged mother. Five Nights in Maine is the feature length debut for writer-director Maris Curran, and made its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival. "We are honored to bring this gripping, heartfelt film about grief and compassion to theaters and homes in...

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Daniel Gerson, who co-wrote the screenplays for and the two films and contributed to several other Pixar/Disney animated movies, has died. He was 49. Gerson died Saturday of brain cancer at his home in Los Angeles, his family announced. Gerson and his frequent writing partner, Robert L. Baird, collaborated on the 2013 prequel and are listed as screenwriters on 3, scheduled to hit theaters in June 2017. Gerson also teamed with Baird...

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Cannes film festival head Thierry Fremaux will stay with the festival, he said in a blog post over the weekend that he updated further on Monday morning. His statement follows several days of speculation that he could exit his role as Cannes festival programmer after a local blog in the city of Lyon, Fremaux`s hometown, said that he had been offered a lucrative private sector position. In his response, Fremaux said the rumor that he had been offered a private sector job was "accurate," but stated that he has declined and will stay with the festival. "After long reflection, I have...

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Netflix has snatched up global rights, outside of a handful of select territories, to German hit comedy Look Who's Back. The adaptation of Timur Vermes' bestseller has Adolf Hitler waking up, unharmed and unrepentant, in modern-day Berlin. Netflix will take global rights outside of German-speaking Europe, Benelux, Japan, Taiwan, the Czech Republic and Slovakia for the feature. The film will be available on the SVOD service on April 9. Look Who's Back was the sleeper hit of the year in Germany, earning $21.9 million (19.6 million) in general release in the country. Director David...

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