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Magnolia Pictures continues to make acquisitions at this year's Berlin Film Festival, their latest pick-up being a Norwegian thriller about an art thief called 'Headhunters.'
Fred Durst has cast Paul Walker as the lead in his next directorial effort, 'Pawn Shop Chronicles,' which one of the film's producers describes as "a hillbilly 'Pulp Fiction.'"
According to B-D, Juan Carlos Fresnadillo ('28 Weeks Later') is meeting with Relativity Media about taking the director's chair on a remake of 'The Crow.'
Gordon and the Whale have got the premiere of the poster and trailer for Clay Lifords' 'Wuss,' which will be premering at this year's SXSW.
Al Pacino will star in 'Masterpiece,' a biopic about the French artist Henri Matisse.
The Goya Awards, forever dubbed Spain's Oscars, happened yesterday, with 'Black Bread' ('Pa Negre') taking home nine wins.
Everyone talked about the digital face-replacement technology that was used for the Winklevoss twins in 'The Social Network.' Well, check out this behind-the-scenes video that shows you how the filmmakers pulled it off. [via Vulture]
Tags: Al Pacino
, Clay Liford
, Fred Durst
, Henri Marisse
, juan carlos fresnadillo
, Magnolia Pictures
, Paul Walker
, Pawn Shop Chronicles
, The Crow
, The Goya Awards
, The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman
, Zac Efron