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"The Artist," "The Iron Lady," "My Week With Marilyn" & More Get Release Dates

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Silent screen star George Valentin finds his career threatened by the advent of sound, while beautiful young extra Peppy Miller finds her career on the rise in this official selection from Cannes.

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"The Artist"

Silent screen star George Valentin finds his career threatened by the advent of sound, while beautiful young extra Peppy Miller finds her career on the rise in this official selection from Cannes.
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The Weinstein Company has scheduled seven films for release, including a couple that will almost surely be in play come the Oscars.

My Week With Marilyn - Nov. 4: Michelle Williams stars as Marilyn Monroe in this film about her difficult relationship with Sir Laurence Olivier (Kenneth Branagh) on the set of "The Prince and the Showgirl."

The Bully Project - Nov. 11: A documentary that takes a look at the horrors of bullying across the country.

The Artist - Nov. 23: Jean Dujardin won Best Actor at Cannes this year for his performance as an againg silent film star and his romance with a young actress making it big in talkies. The trailer, above, is stunning. Safe bet for a Best Foreign Film nod.

Coriolanus - Dec. 2: The directorial debut from star Ralph Fiennes is a modern retelling of Shakespeare play about a banished ruler who joins forces with his former enemy to seek revenge.

The Iron Lady - Dec. 16: Meryl Streep's next Oscar nomination will be for playing Margaret Thatcher, who served as British Prime Minister from May 1979 to November 1990.

Scary Movie 5 - April 20, 2012: Really? A fifth one?

Halloween 3D - Oct. 26, 2012: Rob Zombie's third installment will be coming in glorious 3D.

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