ScarJo Becomes Super Human in New Lucy Trailer
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ScarJo Becomes Super Human in New Lucy Trailer

What is it about Scarlett Johansson that inspires her to be cast in these otherworldly…

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Help Raise Funds for Acts of Congress
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Help Raise Funds for Acts of Congress

I chatted with Jon Scheide about his upcoming documentary, Acts of Congress, which has just…

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Dawn of the Planet of the Apes TV Spot
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Dawn of the Planet of the Apes TV Spot

The Two Things Noah Does Right
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The Two Things Noah Does Right

Ryan promises to write a longer piece about his own reaction to Darren Aronofsky’s Noah…

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Zhang Yimou’s Coming Home Latest to Join Cannes Lineup’s “Rumored” List
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Zhang Yimou’s Coming Home Latest to Join Cannes Lineup’s “Rumored” List

Zhang Yimou’s Coming Home is the latest film “rumored” to be coming to Cannes, according…

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Meet the Two Female Filmmakers Heading up Cannes Film Fest
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Meet the Two Female Filmmakers Heading up Cannes Film Fest

“I would love to see more women directors because they represent half of the population…

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Brolin Hints at Plot of Paul Thomas Anderson’s Inherent Vice
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Brolin Hints at Plot of Paul Thomas Anderson’s Inherent Vice

1001 Films You Must See Before You Die
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New Stills of Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper in Serena
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Mark Ruffalo and Keira Knightley in Begin Again
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Mark Ruffalo and Keira Knightley in Begin Again

This looks pretty great but I find myself hoping a romance doesn’t blossom between the…

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Meryl Streep to Star in Diablo Cody’s Ricky and the Flash, to be Directed by Jonathan Demme
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Meryl Streep to Star in Diablo Cody’s Ricky and the Flash, to be Directed by Jonathan Demme

Jeff Schneider got the scoop for The Wrap about a project on the horizon directed…

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Gone Girl Footage Shown at CinemaCon
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Gone Girl Footage Shown at CinemaCon

Reactions to the footage shown at CinemaCon for Gone Girl are all positive: From the…

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Meryl Streep, Carey Mulligan – Set Pics from Suffragette
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Meryl Streep, Carey Mulligan – Set Pics from Suffragette

An all female joint, Suffragette brings together Meryl Streep and Carey Mulligan. The film is…

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Angelina Brings Unbroken to Cinemacon
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Angelina Brings Unbroken to Cinemacon

This might be her first but it won’t be her last – Angelina Jolie brought…

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Cannes 2014: Cronenberg’s Maps to the Stars Looks Likely for Cannes
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Cannes 2014: Cronenberg’s Maps to the Stars Looks Likely for Cannes

The Big Short Gets a Writer
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The Big Short Gets a Writer

Plan B’s production company has hired Adam McKay to adapt Michael Lewis’ book The Big…

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Cashing in on Christian Dollars as Noah Attempts Crossover
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Cashing in on Christian Dollars as Noah Attempts Crossover

When you think about it, it is only liberal Hollywood that has been responsible for…

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OscarWatch: Julianne Moore, Kristen Stewart, Alec Baldwin in Still Alice
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OscarWatch: Julianne Moore, Kristen Stewart, Alec Baldwin in Still Alice

The same directors who made the wonderful coming of age drama Quinceanera, Richard Glatzer, Wash…

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Christian Bale’s Name Arises for Fincher/Sorkin Steve Jobs Biopic
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Christian Bale’s Name Arises for Fincher/Sorkin Steve Jobs Biopic

This story reminds me of Ben Bradlee in All the President’s Men saying “WILL SOMEONE…

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Oscar Podcast Preview: 2002, Chicago Barely Beats The Pianist
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Oscar Podcast Preview: 2002, Chicago Barely Beats The Pianist

Now that this year’s Oscar season has been put to bed we’re going to be…

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