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    Watch: Complete Long Lost 1980s Comedy 'Nothing Lasts Forever' Starring Bill Murray And Dan Aykroyd

    So, how on Earth does a movie, made at the height of fame for both Bill Murray and Dan Aykroyd, not get released? That's a complicated one to answer, but for comedy fans, the 1984 movie "Nothing Lasts Forever" is something of a holy grail film, but thanks to the (probably temporary) powers of the in...

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    Watch: Bill Murray Enters the Oscar Race With 'St. Vincent' Trailer

    It's hard to believe but Bill Murray's only been nominated for an Oscar once (for "Lost in Translation") and didn't win the time he was up for one. That could change this fall when The Weinstein Company opens their feel good drama "St. Vincent," starring Murray in a role sure to draw a lot of award ...

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    Watch: First Trailer For 'St. Vincent' Starring Bill Murray, Melissa McCarthy & Chris O'Dowd

    In 1998, Bill Murray came bursting back to everyone's attention in "Rushmore," and it's easy to forget that at the time, his most recent previous credits included "Wild Things" and "Space Jam." But Wes Anderson's film showed he had a lot more to offer as an actor. And from there, a new era in his ca...

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    Portland's Northwest Film Center to Celebrate Wes Anderson and His Influences

    Over the next two months, from July 12 to August 31, the Northwest Film Center in Portland will present "Wes's World: Wes Anderson and His Influences," a look at the director's films and the filmmakers who have inspired him.

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    ‘Ghostbusters II’ At 25, And 10 Other Sequels That Stalled & Killed Their Franchises

    30 years ago last week, “Ghostbusters” hit our screens. It was an anniversary feted by many, (ourselves included, check out our nostalgia trip back to summer 1984), with articles, celebrations, appreciations, oral histories and even the announcement of a forthcoming theatrical re-release all timed t...

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    In The Spotlight--Baker's Dozen: 13 Films To Watch For This Fall

    It's summer and that means the Silly Season is upon us. Sequels abound, Apes and Ninja Turtles are once again primed to cause box office wreckage and there's something called "The Fluffy Movie" so it's never too early to look ahead to the time when the summer dust settles and moviegoers can finally...

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    Watch: Wes Anderson, Bill Murray, Willem Dafoe & Jeff Goldblum Discuss Struggles On ‘The Life Aquatic’

    With this spring’s big hit “The Grand Budapest Hotel," Wes Anderson displayed a new level of mastery in his filmmaking, so much so that the actual tightrope act of disparate elements rarely reared its head. That wasn’t always the case though: 2004’s “The Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou” repeatedly ti...

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    The 10 Best Performances In The Films Of Jim Jarmusch

    It all seems so obvious in retrospect. Of course, of all the parts Tilda Swinton and Tom Hiddleston were born to play, a pair of lovelorn vampires battling the ennui of immortality in a Jim Jarmusch movie should always have been at the top of the list. “Only Lovers Left Alive,” which opens this week...

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    Exclusive: Listen To 4 Concierge Character Playlists From Wes Anderson's 'The Grand Budapest Hotel'

    While Ralph Fiennes' M. Gustave leads the way in Wes Anderson's utterly delightful "The Grand Budapest Hotel" as the concierge against which all others are measured, one of the many pleasures of the movie is discovering that he's not alone in ensuring the highest standards of his profession are met....

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    Watch: Wes Anderson Breaks Down Scene From 'Budapest Hotel' Plus Crossed Keys Featurette & Symmetry Supercut

    With only 66 screens to call its own, Wes Anderson’s 1930s-set “The Grand Budapest Hotel” landed in the eighth spot in the box office this past weekend for a solid $55K per screen average. To help broaden the audience of the period film as it expands nationwide over the coming weeks, a pair of featu...

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