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    TIFF Review: Chris Evans' Directorial Debut 'Before We Go' Co-Starring Alice Eve

    The plight of the actor-turned-director is an unpredictable one. The desire to tell your own story, direct and write or star in it (or sometimes take on all of those roles) is a attractive lure, and can turn out very well. But as Ryan Gosling learned at Cannes earlier this year with "Lost River," am...

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    RADiUS-TWC Nabs Chris Evans' Directorial Debut, 'Before We Go'

    Chris Evans directs and stars opposite Alice Eve in his new romance, "Before We Go."

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    Chris Evans On His Directorial Debut ‘Before We Go,’ Filming In New York, & ‘Avengers: Age Of Ultron’

    There’s little more terrifying in the movie business than directing your first feature film and releasing it into the wild. That fear multiplies by several degrees when you’re already a major movie star. That’s the scenario Captain America himself, Chris Evans, finds himself in with “Before We Go.”

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    Casting: Mike Epps Frontrunner For Richard Pryor Biopic, Daisy Ridley Returning For 'Star Wars 8 & 9' And More

    From Marlon Wayans to Eddie Murphy to Nick Cannon, it seems every six months or so a new name surfaces as the potential lead for the forever developing Richard Pryor biopic. And with Lee Daniels now attached to direct, another contender is now in the pole position for the job —Mike Epps, who recentl...

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    Review: Noir 'Cold Comes The Night,' Starring Alice Eve & Bryan Cranston, Freezes Under A Blizzard Of Self-Seriousness

    Alice Eve is one of those classically trained British actresses (she went to Westminster and Oxford) who, when she showed up in Hollywood, was quickly (and erroneously) labeled the "next big thing" and forced to perform in a series of middling movies where the biggest demand placed upon her was to l...

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    Review: Bryan Cranston Follows Up ‘Breaking Bad’ As Blind Criminal In 'Cold Comes the Night'

    Chun treats the material with a sophistication that brings its pulpy scenario down to earth. Not even Bryan Cranston with a cheap Slavic accent can stop him.

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    Hurt People Hurt People: Neil LaBute & Alice Eve On The Intricate Roleplaying Of ‘Some Velvet Morning’

    Since his award-winning debut feature “In the Company of Men” in 1997, Neil LaBute has developed a diverse career that spans writing and directing for both the stage and screen. Depicting unsettling and often cruel relationships between men and women, his work can be difficult to stomach, but there ...

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    Neil LaBute on Going Back to Basics With 'Some Velvet Morning' and His Move to Television

    When NeilLaBute's latest "Some Velvet Morning" premiered back at the Tribeca Film Festival in April, anticipation was muted. The acerbic playwright who made name for himself with acidic variations on the battle of the sexes (best captured in his scorching film debut "In the Company of Men"), had as ...

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    Alice Eve on Why Neil La Bute's 'Some Velvet Morning' Marks a 'Personal Watershed' For Her

    At 31, Alice Eve is at a new, exciting stage in her career. The London-born, California-raised actress has for the past decade been making a name for herself in Hollywood by playing eye candy in films like "She's Out of My League," "Men in Black 3," "Sex and the City 2," and most recently "Stark Tre...

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    Watch: Alice Eve Needs Some Me Time In Exclusive Clip From Neil LaBute's 'Some Velvet Morning'

    Sometimes the most exciting thing in a movie isn't the CGI spectacle, big setpieces or A-list stars looking glamorous—sometimes, it's simply the dialogue delivered by two engaged, invigorated actors that can provide all the fireworks you need. And that's the case for Neil LaBute's latest "Some Velve...

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