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CLEVELAND -- James Schamus makes his directing debut with "Indignation," but he's hardly a newbie in the independent film world.

As a screenwriter and producer, he has collaborated since 1992 with director Ang Lee on films as varied as "Eat Drink Man Woman," "Brokeback Mountain" and "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon." As the longtime head of Focus Features, he championed the likes of Sofia Coppola, Todd Haynes and Mira Nair.

All of that experience informs his work writing and directing "Indignation," a finely calibrated, if a bit deliberate, adaptation of Philip Roth's 2008 coming-of-age novel.

It is 1951, and Marcus Messner (Logan Lerman) -- one of Roth's many literary alter egos -- is fleeing both the war in Korea and his overbearing Jewish parents in Newark, New Jersey, by heading to Ohio for college.

"Ohio?" says a neighbor, in a tone that suggests Marcus is planning to study with the pope himself at the Vatican. "How will you keep kosher?"

That's the least of Marcus's concerns once he arrives at Winesburg College (Sherwood Anderson reference intended) and discovers that he's one of just 80 Jews on a campus of 1,400, and that his presence will be required at weekly chapel for prayers and Christian teachings.

Before he leaves, his anxious father (Danny Burstein) is already in mourning, wailing, "If anything should happen to you! It's about the tiniest mistake that can happen to you!"

Which states, in blinking neon, the core theme of Roth's novel: Death is going to happen to you, like it or not, and you will make the decisions - or mistakes -- that cause it.

What mistakes does Marcus make at Winesburg? First, he falls for Olivia Hutton (Sarah Gadon), a dazzling, sexually liberated shiksa who turns out to be a deeply troubled girl. Then, he mixes it up in two extended arguments with the pompous Dean Caudwell (Tracy Letts), who admires Marcus's intellectual acumen but wants him to conform to the stultifying culture of Winesburg.

The first of these debates forms the centerpiece of "Indignation," a gambit that works far better in print than on screen. Though both actors handle the heated argument with agility and even a touch of wry humor, it's still 15 minutes of two people talking in an office, and it grows tiresome.

At a crisis point, Marcus's mother (Linda Emond) arrives from Newark on a rescue mission. In one of Roth's signature ironies, though, her meddling is that "tiniest mistake" in a chain of mistakes that lead to disaster.

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Todd McFarlane Says Spawn Won’t Speak in Movie Reboot

According to Spawn creator Todd McFarlane, the title character won’t actually speak in the comic book movie reboot that McFarlane is developing – and will be to the film what the shark was to the original Jaws .

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Todd McFarlane’s Spawn is getting a long-awaited update with the help of director and comic fan, Kevin Smith, and Blumhouse Productions. The comic book creator has been busy dropping intriguing hints about the secretive project. McFarlane revealed the reboot is still in its infancy, with the team only just now signing off on the script . Execs have yet to set a budget and are still in need of a cast, though McFarlane has indicated thatboth issues will beaddressed in the near future. Despite all the ambiguity shrouding the film, McFarlane promises that it will be rated “R” and for good reason.

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McFarlane told AZCentral that Spawn ‘s “R” rating will be hard-earned in ways no other comic book film has ever seen before. He described the remake as a “supernatural thriller” with “dark and heavy” undertones. McFarlane explicitly called out nike air max 90 wmns essential elements
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As for Spawn himself, McFarlane revealed the iconic character would be more of a bit player in his own film. Comparing Spawn to Jaws ,McFarlane said he intended to focus the story on the good guys hunting “the ghost,” not the villain itself. The point of the film is the living, not the supernatural. The main characters of the film will be the everyday people hunting Spawn. To emphasize Spawn’s diminished role in the film, the fiendish character willnot havea single line. Spawn will becompletely silentthroughout the entire movie.

McFarlane himself is largely responsible for the unique direction the film will be taking. He revealed his steadfast insistence that he would write, produce, and direct the film. McFarlane described these requirements as “non-negotiable” and even admitted he was willing to take on a smaller budget (customary for first-time directors, which he is) in order to achieve it. Given his inexperience, McFarlane is expecting an $8-12 million budget, and he’s fine with that. McFarlane also pointedto the success of recent Blumhouse projects like Get Out , which has received critical acclaim and Golden Globe nods despite its $4 million budget, and Split , which made $300 million at the worldwide box office but only cost$11 million to produce. McFarlane aims to recreate those successes with his own low-budget horror flick.

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