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    Stream Them Now: Five International Series to Check Out, From Gillian Anderson's Belfast Crime Drama to Guy Pearce's Melbourne Mystery

    August is a quiet month for television, so after you've savored "Breaking Bad" on Sundays, why not take a look at one of the imports below? Thanks to the growth of streaming sites, shows from different countries that wouldn't always find a network in the U.S. are now available legally here.

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    Kristen Wiig & Guy Pearce Experience 'Hateship Loveship' In First Look At TIFF Ready Film

    Do you remember the film "Return" starring Linda Cardellini, directed by Liza Johnson? No? Well, with TIFF around the corner now might be a good time to catch up with indie movie — a solid, modest portrait of one woman breaking down— as Johnson is moving on to bigger things with "Hateship, Friendshi...

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    Watch: Guy Pearce Wants Creativity In His Life In 2-Minute Clip From 'Breathe In' Plus New Pics

    Let's say when you were younger you played in a rock 'n roll band that was modestly successfully, but that life was traded in for a stable job, marriage, children and life in the suburbs. Would you want to revisit that old spark of youth, or is the enriching life of family enough to make up for that...

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    Watch: Guy Pearce & Felicity Jones Simmer In Clip From 'Breathe In'

    Desire can be a dangerous thing, and when mixed with feelings that your life is stuck in a rut, it can explode into something unexpectedly potent. And it's this idea that rides at the core of "Breathe In," the new drama from "Like Crazy" writer/director Drake Doremus. The movie is getting ready to r...

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    A24 Snaps Up David Michod's 'The Rover,' Starring Pattinson and Pearce

    A24 has snapped up US rights to Aussie director David Michod's "The Rover," his much-anticipated follow-up to 2010's "Animal Kingdom." The thriller stars Robert Pattinson and Guy Pearce in the Australian desert in a dangerous near-future.

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    A24 Acquires Futuristic Western 'The Rover,' Starring Guy Pearce and Robert Pattinson

    A24 has acquired David Michôd's follow up to "Animal Kingdom," "The Rover," for theatrical release in the U.S. The film is a dystopian, futuristic western that takes place in the Australian outback. Guy Pearce and Robert Pattinson are set to star.

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    Trailer of the Week: Guy Pearce Finds Felicity Jones Too Tempting in Sundance Entry, 'Breathe In'

    Before We Saw the Trailer We Thought: Anything that brings Felicity Jones back to the big screen is a good thing, and if it's with her "Like Crazy" director Drake Doremus, well, all the better. The British actress has appeared in a number of low profile projects since her breakout in the long-distan...

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    Watch: Guy Pearce & Felicity Jones Cross The Line In Trailer For Drake Doremus' 'Breathe In'

    The pain of love and the strains of fidelity seem to be recurring themes in the burgeoning career of filmmaker Drake Doremus. He burst onto the scene with the long distance romancer "Like Crazy," turned an Intel/Toshiba promo opportunity into the web series "The Beauty Inside" (watch it here) and n...

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    The Best & Worst Moments Of 'Iron Man 3'

    If you were in prison, comatose or pinned to the ground by a fallen armoire this weekend, it's possible you didn't see "Iron Man 3." All the rest of us, it seems, ignored our mothers' protestations and spent a couple of hours of this fine sunny summer weekend indoors in the dark, watching Robert Dow...

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    Review: 'Iron Man 3' Is A Solid, Sometimes Surprising Start To Marvel's Phase Two Movies

    After just about as successful a start as you could ask for (three new franchises, and one mega-franchise that kicked off with the third biggest movie of all time), the Marvel movie machine is moving into its next phase. And with it comes the risk of dilution; we're getting at least two movies a yea...

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