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Best of the Week: Scorsese’s $70 Million Short, Ranking Pixar, Oscar Chances for ‘The Martian,’ Box Office Massacre, More

Best of the Week: Scorsese's $70 Million Short, Ranking Pixar, Oscar Chances for 'The Martian,' Box Office Massacre, More

Arthouse Audit: ‘Suffragette’ Latest Oscar Hopeful to Get Smacked by Studio Behemoths

‘Burnt,’ with Bradley Cooper, Is Hot Garbage (Review and Roundup)

Dream Casting the All-Female ‘Ocean’s Eleven’ Remake, Starring Sandra Bullock

ESPN Nixes Grantland as the Post-Simmons Era Continues

First Look: Ben Affleck’s Long-Awaited Gangster Drama, ‘Live By Night’

How Sarah Gavron Picked Her ‘Suffragette’

How to Scare Yourself Sh*tless This Halloween: A Viewer’s Guide (VIDEO)

How They Dressed for Survival and Empowerment in ‘Suffragette’

Martin Scorsese Loads Up His Burgeoning Slate, Renews Paramount Deal

Maureen O’Hara and the Road to the Academy Governors Awards

Ridley Scott and ‘The Martian’ Head for Multiple Oscars (EXCLUSIVE VIDEO)

Study: Female Directors Employ Up to 6 Times More Women Writers, Editors, and Cinematographers Than Male Directors

TOH! Ranks Pixar’s Films from Best to Worst

Top 10 Takeaways: Why This Weekend Was a Box Office Horror Story

‘Undateable,’ ‘Best Time Ever with Neil Patrick Harris,’ and the Live TV Revival

What Happened to Scorsese’s $70-Million Short ‘The Audition’ Starring DiCaprio, De Niro and Pitt?

With Ricky Gervais and Chris Rock, Golden Globes and Oscars Aim for “Edgy,” Stay Safe (VIDEO)

Writing for Spielberg: Matt Charman Honors a Real-Life Hero in ‘Bridge of Spies’

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