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    New Images Of Marion Cotillard, Clive Owen, Matthias Schoenaerts & More In Guillaume Canet's 'Blood Ties'

    Cannes you feel it? (Ha ha, groan). We're less than two weeks from red carpets being rolled out on the Croisette and with the lineup now firmed, all we can do is wait for the movies to arrive. And until that moment when the lights dim and the reels or digital bits unspool, these new images from Guil...

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    First Images Of Clive Owen, Mila Kunis, Matthias Schoenaerts & More In Guillaume Canet's 'Blood Ties'

    Earlier this year, we had heard that Guillaume Canet's "Blood Ties" was nearing the finish line, and thus we included it on our list of films that may show up at the Cannes Film Festival. And perhaps this is a further indication that when the lineup is unveiled later this week, the French filmmaker'...

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    Exclusive: Clive Owen Warns Andrea Riseborough in Intense Poster for 'Shadow Dancer'

    "Shadow Dancer," the narrative thriller from James Marsh ("Project Nim," "Man on Wire"), which premiered at Sundance and screened at Berlin, has a new poster (exclusive to Indiewire) that depicts the somber intensity of the film's story.

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    Sandra Bullock Is Villain In 'Despicable Me' Spin-Off 'Minions,' Ralph Fiennes & Clive Owen To Lead 'Sands' & 'Blue Angel'

    We got a round of casting news for you from a trio of films, that between them deal with a couple separated by a coma, a washed up novelist and an Audrey Hepburn-like villain. Check them out below.

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    Juliette Binoche & Clive Owen Will Romance Each Other With 'Words And Pictures'

    Man, talk about a movie title that is going to be a pain to Google. Fred Schepisi ("Roxanne," "Mr. Baseball," "The Eye Of The Storm") is lining up his next movie, the blandly titled "Word And Pictures," but luckily his two leads are much livelier.

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    Juliette Binoche & Clive Owen To Star in Romance 'Words and Pictures' for Director Fred Schepisi

    Juliette Binoche and Clive Owen have boarded Fred Schepisi's "Words and Pictures," a romantic drama written by Gerald DiPego. The film will be produced by Curtis Burch's Latitude Productions in association with Gary Cogill of Lascaux Films. The story centers on a charismatic English teacher (Owen) a...

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    Morgan Freeman & Clive Owen Are 'The Last Knights'

    Well, here's a pairing of actors in a genre movie that we weren't expecting at all. And not only that, it's going to start shooting very soon...

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    'Sin City: A Dame To Kill For' Now Shooting, Jaime King Returns But Jamie Chung Replaces Devon Aoki

    ...and just like that, "Sin City: A Dame To Kill For" is now shooting. Production started today on the long awaited followup to the hit 2005 film, and indeed, word has been brewing all year. In the spring, the movie was formally announced, with casting more or less coming together in the f...

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    Clive Owen Is 'The King Of The Castle' In Directorial Debut From The Writers Of 'The Sitter'

    Establishing himself as an actor capable of both dramatic heavy lifting and action movie flexibility, one thing Clive Owen hasn't done very often is comedy. Sure, there was "Duplicity" and "Shoot 'Em Up" we suppose (not to mention a cameo role in "The Pink Panther&qu...

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    Now and Then: Hitchcock's First Classic, and an Underrated Modern Descendant

    Alfred Hitchcock had been working as a director for more than a decade when he made "The 39 Steps" (1935), a film that's half trench coats, street lamps, and foreign agents. The other half is English wit, a marriage plot, and a MacGuffin: the first proof, long before his later masterworks, that he w...

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