James Gandolfini

the drop

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Tom Hardy, James Gandolfini and Noomi Rapace star in The Drop, based on a tale by Dennis Lehane called “Animal Rescue” that appears in the short story collection Boston Noir. A couple of years ago Neil Burger was set to ...

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Justin Timberlake (Inside Llewyn Davis), Matthew McConaughey (Dallas Buyers Club) and the dearly departed James Gandolfini (Enough Said) are some of the covers running concurrently for this month’s GQ mag.

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(thanks to Paddy at ScreenOnScreen)

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EW’s Anthony Breznican gets to scoop the news that James Gandolfini will play Leon Panetta in Kathryn Bigelow’s Zero Dark Thirty: James Gandolfini will appear as one of the highest-ranking government figures featured in the film — Leon Panetta, the ...

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First feature film from director David Chase, creator of The Sopranos, set in suburban New Jersey the 1960s. A group of friends form a rock band and try to make it big. With James Gandolfini, Bella Heathcote, Jack Huston, Brad ...

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Welcome to the Rileys features three really great performances, so says the buzz coming out of Sundance. Kristen Stewart is supposed to be particularly good as the 16 year-old stripper. This MTV review says Stewart is “utterly fearless in “Welcome ...

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Like all the other exceptional marketing we’ve seen for Where the Wild Things Are, the latest batch of TV spots are just splendid. There’s an extended promo running on Sundance Channel this week, but I haven’t been able to find ...

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There are so many great performances in In The Loop it would be tough to single any one out. It works as a brilliant ensemble piece and there really isn’t a weak link. James Gandolfini has the advantage for being ...

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Thanks to Noah R. for reminding us to post the trailer for In The Loop. GreenCine Daily says: A cynical, razor-sharp, truly laugh-out-loud farce about the symbiotic relationship between ineffectual, flip-flopping bureaucrats and the sneaky, petty spin doctors who need ...

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