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Richard Linklater’s ‘The Incredible Mr. Limpet’ Adds Jon Hamm and More With his 12-year project Boyhood set to open this weekend, Richard Linklater is turning his attention to his next film. Casting is well underway for The Incredible Mr. Limpet, Linklater’s remake of the 1964 film for Warner Bros. And so far, things seem to be shaping up nicely. Jon Hamm is reportedly looking to join Zach Galifianakis in a major role, with Danny McBride, Sarah Silverman, Kevin Hart, Josh Gad, Keegan Michael Key, and Jordan Peele in talks as well for other roles. Hit the jump for more details. TheWrap reported the news.

Richard Linklater discusses making Boyhood over 12 years in new featurette The one movie I have to see this year is the wholly unique and original drama BOYHOOD. From writer/director Richard Linklater we will get to experience and watch a family grow together over 12 years. We have a new featurette for the film that shares some thoughts on the project from the cast and the filmmaking process from Linklater. This is a remarkable cinematic achievement that will hopefully be recognized as a... Read More...

Everyone's ideal foreplay is a little different; sometimes a lot different. For 19th century Austrian writer Leopold von Sacher-Masoch, it involved whips and a pair of dirty, dirty boots, at least if his sole major work, the 1870 novella “Venus in Furs,” is any indication. Sacher-Masoch inadvertently gave the world the term masochism (thanks, Leo!), but there's apparently something the matter with male sexual surrender.

Richard Linklater's ‘Boyhood’ Sweeps Seattle Film Fest Awards Richard Linklater's adventurous and unconventional “Boyhood,” which was filmed over a period of 12 years as a young boy aged from preschool to high school graduation, won three top awards at the Seattle International Film Festival's Golden Space Needle Awards, SIFF organizers announced on Sunday during a ceremony at Seattle's Space Needle. “Boyhood” was named the best film of the marathon 25-day, 452-film festival, while Linklater was named best director and Patricia Arquette was named best actress.

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IFC Midnight Buys ‘Premature’ For U.S.

deadline.com – The genre distributor is going all the way with Dan Beers’ teen sex comedy. IFC Midnight has picked up U.S. rights to Premature, which premiered at SXSW. It stars John Karna as a high school senior who, on the day he has to nail his college interview, is forced to relive his failed attempt at losing his virginity over and over again, until he gets it right. 24 weeks 4 days ago via brucelee
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Kristen Stewart’s Sundance movie, ‘Camp X-Ray,’ lands a distributor

insidemovies.ew.com – The Kristen Stewart-in-Gitmo movie that premiered at the Sundance Film Festival has landed a distributor. IFC Films announced today that 37 weeks 2 days ago via brucelee
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Sundance: John Slattery’s ‘God’s Pocket’ Gets U.S. Distribution from IFC

variety.com – IFC Films has acquired U.S. rights to John Slattery’s directorial debut “God’s Pocket,” five days after the dark comedy’s world premiere at Sundance. Slattery directed “Pocket” from a screenplay he co-wrote with Alex Metcalf. Philip Seymour Hoffman, Richard Jenkins, Christina Hendricks, and John Turturro star. Producers are Sam Bisbee, Jackie Kelman Bisbee, Lance Acord, and... 39 weeks 3 days ago via jackiechan
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IFC Acquires U.S. On Benicio Del Toro Pic 'Jimmy P'

deadline.com – IFC Films has acquired from Worldview Entertainment the U.S. distribution rights to the Arnaud Desplechin-directed Jimmy P: Psychotherapy of a Plains Indian. The film, which stars Benicio Del Toro and Mathieu Amalric, premiered at Cannes and just screened at the New York Film Festival. Desplechin and Kent Jones and Julie Peyr adapted the script from the George Devereux book Psychotherapy Of A Plains Indian. 1 year 3 days ago via donnieyen
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