New Trailer for Brad Pitt in David Ayer’s Fury
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New Trailer for Brad Pitt in David Ayer’s Fury

Fury will be closing the BFI London Film Fest, as well as having its release…

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Jason Reitman’s Men, Women and Children to Open Shortly After Toronto
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Jason Reitman’s Men, Women and Children to Open Shortly After Toronto

Jason Reitman’s Men, Women & Children will skip Telluride, head to Toronto and open to…

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Spitballing Telluride Lineup
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Spitballing Telluride Lineup

Michael Patterson has been dutifully keeping track of the buzz and checking the temperature for…

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New Trailer for Maps to the Stars Shows Thriller Elements
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New Trailer for Maps to the Stars Shows Thriller Elements

David Cronenberg’s Maps to the Stars releases a few more details about the plot –…

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A Brief Recent History Telluride and How It’s Become So Influential in the Oscar Race
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A Brief Recent History Telluride and How It’s Become So Influential in the Oscar Race

Two weeks from today the Telluride Film Festival begins. It is an exciting time of…

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Do the Right Thing Gets a Doc for 25th Anniversary
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Do the Right Thing Gets a Doc for 25th Anniversary

Apple Beats has made and released a documentary Do the Right Thing 25 Anniversary: A…

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Even with No Oscar Nomination, Blackfish Helps Tank Seaworld’s Profits
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Even with No Oscar Nomination, Blackfish Helps Tank Seaworld’s Profits

Seaworld is attempting to change the conversation after news their stock plummeted to record lows…

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Get Ready to Meet Emily Ratajkowski
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Get Ready to Meet Emily Ratajkowski

If the Wolf of Wall Street launched Margot Robbie into international stardom and uber hottie…

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Robin Williams was in early stages of Parkinson’s
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Robin Williams was in early stages of Parkinson’s

Ah, as if our hearts could not break any harder for Robin Williams. Just announced…

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Oscar Podcast Preview: 2010, When The King’s Speech Beat The Social Network (I’m devastated by that)
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Oscar Podcast Preview: 2010, When The King’s Speech Beat The Social Network (I’m devastated by that)

Some movies are symphonies. The Godfather comes to mind. Some movies are jazz. John Coltrane…

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