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In his final role, James Gandolfini returned to the dark world of organized crime as the former owner of a bar that is used as a drop zone for ill-gotten money. The Drop also stars Tom Hardy and Noomi Rapace.

Check out the first trailer following the jump. The Drop will be in theaters on September 14th.

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One of the more delightful – and unexpected – successes of the last few years was the delightful ensemble piece The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel. After the film’s critical and popular success, it was no surprise when a sequel was planned and ordered from the original’s writer, Ol Parker, and director, John Madden.

The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 2 – which adds Richard Gere and Tamsin Grieg (above), among others, to the ensemble – is now scheduled to appear in select theaters on March 6, 2015. Check out the entirely appropriate graphic of the announcement – replete with cast and plot description – following the jump.

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Fox Searchlight has acquired worldwide rights to Mike Cahill’s I Origins at Sundance a existential sci-fi drama. I Origins is his second feature after Another Earth, which Fox Searchlight also acquired at Sundance in 2011.

The press release follows the jump.

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Trailer: Enough Said!

Posted by   on August 6, 2013

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Fox Searchlight’s Enough said, starring James Gandolfini and Julia Louis-Dreyfus, has a lovely premise: a woman falls in love with this guy just as she’s also becoming friends with his ex-wife – who has nothing good to say about him. It’s a film that seems to be making the most of Gandolfini’s charm and Louis-Dreyfus’ ability to go awkward. Enough Said also stars Toni Collette and Catherine Keener (as the ex).

Enough said will premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival before getting its theatrical release on September 20th. The trailer is just on the other side of the jump.

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The coming of age movie is one of summer’s staples, think Adventureland as a classic example, a film where a kid suffering the awkwardness of adolescence has a life-changing experience over that one special summer. Most of them are fine examples of Sturgeon’s Law (90% of everything is crap). Then there’s The Way, Way Back. The Way, Way Back is one of the great ones.

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Grade: A+

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Brought to you by two of the guys who wrote The Descendants and the studio that gave us Little Miss Sunshine and Juno. What more do you need to know?

The Way, Way Back premieres July 5th.

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Danny Boyle’s unsuccessful films are more interesting than most directors’ good ones. Trance – a genre-bending heist/psychological thriller hybrid – is not one of his unsuccessful movies.

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Grade: A+

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