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    Watch: Ron Perlman Kisses Chris O'Dowd In Clip From 'Frankie Go Boom'

    There are few comedies that will hit theaters this year as strange and odd as "Frankie Go Boom." And the first clip/teaser has arrived, in the wake of the film's Comic-Con appearance, and it gives you a pretty good idea of just how far out there this one is.

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    New Images From The Weinsteins' 'The Sapphires' Starring Chris O'Dowd

    Before the Cannes Film Festival even began this year, The Weinstein Company made their usual round of high-profile acquisitions, and among the more curious selections, a largely unknown Aussie flick called “The Sapphires” made its way into the mix. As more info was released, it became cl...

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    5 Breakout Performers & Directors From The 2012 Cannes Film Festival

    One of the greatest things about film festivals, one of the things that gets you through the worst films, the lack of sleep, and the terrible B.O. of your fellow moviegoers, is the chance to discover new talent. You'll see absolute newcomers blast off into the stratosphere, or relatively well-known ...

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    Chris O'Dowd To Star In TV Series 'Family Tree' From Christopher Guest, Planning To Write A Film For Judd Apatow

    Chris O'Dowd is, quite frankly, a man to watch at the moment. The Irish actor first came to notice alongside Richard Ayoade on British TV show "The I.T. Crowd," which brought him to the attention of Hollywood. And while his early film roles went off a little half-cocked -- "Dinner For Schmucks," "Gu...

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    Christopher Guest is Working on a TV Comedy Called 'Family Tree'

    Christopher Guest hasn't directed a film since 2006's awards-season satire "For Your Consideration," but according to Vulture, he's got a new project in the works -- and it's for TV. The site's reporting that Guest is collaborating with Jim Piddock, who played Simon Whi...

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    Watch: Chris O'Dowd Warble 'I Can't Help Myself' in Cannes

    Not attending Cannes this year and want to feel like you're part of the action? Check out the below video (shot by our very own Eric Kohn) of Irish star Chris O'Dowd ("Bridesmaids") belting out the Motown classic "I Can't Help Myself (Sugar Pie Honey Bunch)" at the Weinstein Company's party for thei...

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    Cannes Review: Chris O'Dowd Shines In The Otherwise Uneven 'The Sapphires'

    Among the The Weinstein Company's pre-Cannes Film Festival buys this year was the largely unknown (until it was bought) Aussie musical/drama/comedy effort "The Sapphires." It's certainly easy to see why this easy-to-digest, feel-good movie earned their attention. With a slate ...

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    Chris O'Dowd & Nick Frost To Star In Salsa Dance Comedy 'Cuban Fury'

    Chris O'Dowd is on his way to becoming a very big deal. The Irish comic actor first came to notice, alongside Richard Ayoade, in cult TV show "The IT Crowd," and after early movie appearances in "The Boat That Rocked" and "Gulliver's Travels," has gone from strength to strength; he got to show drama...

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    Chris O'Dowd Calls Michael Bay A "Sexist" & A "Fucking Asshole"; Says He'd Never Work On His Films

    Somebody unleashed a beast in Irish comedian Chris O'Dowd. The "Bridesmaids" funnyman, who shares the screen with "Transformers" star Megan Fox in both "Friends With Kids" and the upcoming "This Is Forty", isn't interested in playing politics. When asked about Bay and Fox's spat that led her to exit...

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    SXSW '12 Interview: 'Frankie Go Boom' Director Jordan Roberts On The Inspiration Behind Putting Ron Perlman In A Dress

    We weren't sure what to expect of "Frankie Go Boom," the sophomore directorial feature from director Jordan Roberts. There were the helmer's diverse previous credits, from directing ensemble dramedy "Around The Bend," which starred Christopher Walken, Michael Caine and Josh Lucas, to writing the nar...

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