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James Cameron's latest big budget effort is headed to the Dubai Film Festival this December.

Cirque du Soleil: Worlds Away 3D is produced by Cameron, who is solely focusing his directorial skills on sequels to his award-winning film, Avatar.

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Director: Andrea Di Stefano Writer: Andrea Di Stefano Producer: Dimitri Rassam U. Distributor: Rights Available Cast: Benicio Del Toro, Josh Hutcherson, Carlos Bardem, Brady Corbet, Ana Girardot, Claudia Traisac Now working with the shortened, not to be confused with the Joe Berlinger series title, actor-turned-first time helmer Andrea Di Stefano’s looks like it could side step traditional biopic terrain, skipping tedious fact-based details for a free-spirited template.

We’re thinking that the film’s colorful backdrop, and acting clout presence from the highly selective Del Toro and a Brady Corbet (featured several times on our Top 200 list) could be parlayed into a unique look into what on paper comes across as the fear of god (aka Pablo Escobar) being drilled into the not so impressionable youth with a visual summary of the kinds of treasures the Escobar estate were afforded with their export business.

He grabs the guy's face, and, in tears and near convulsion, he yells, "You have to leave! " The guy just smiles at him, with a chuckle ready to follow. But to say that it's "about" Pablo Escobar is misleading—writer-director Andrea Di Stefano's film is only ostensibly about Pablo Escobar.

It's really the story of Nick Brady, a Canadian do-gooder who's living on a beach in Colombia in the late 1980s with his brother (Brady Corbet) and who meets the beautiful and friendly Maria (Claudia Traisac).

Gist: Young surfer Nick (Josh Hutcherson) thinks all his dreams have come true when he goes to visit his brother in Columbia.

Against an idyllic backdrop of blue lagoons and white beaches he falls madly in love with a beautiful Colombian girl called Maria.

They say he became the most powerful man in the history of gangsterism, if there is such a thing,” says Del Toro. The drama was acclaimed at Cannes and stars Del Toro as a mysterious hit man, said to be a former Mexican prosecutor, who is working with the Feds to smash a smuggling ring.

The actor was also tickled when he found out that he and Escobar had one thing in common. He delivers a typically haunting performance that leaves us unsure of his motives.

In one scene, Nick tells Pablo that some goons who've been bothering he and his brother are dead, knowing that Pablo's the reason why they've flat-lined yet, still, commenting, "Thank god." The way del Toro menacingly replies with "Thank had more like it.

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