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    Writer-Director Paul King on the Travails and Triumph of ‘Paddington’

    Paul King is breathing a huge sigh of relief these days. With his second feature, “Paddington,” the British writer-director has a homegrown phenomenon on his hands. Can “Paddington” repeat that success Stateside? The Weinstein Company, which opens the film Friday, must have buoyed expectations.

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    Emmy Watch: The Decline and Fall of 'Downton Abbey'

    As hulking and lavish as the Titanic, "Downton Abbey" appears unsinkable -- especially when it comes to Emmy voters and fans. But the series, whose first episode began with news of that famous ship's North Atlantic disaster, is not immune to rough seas. Does the disappointing fourth season of "Downt...

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    Watch: Colin Firth is a Bear in the Trailer for the Upcoming Live-Action Film 'Paddington'

    Based on the fictional children's literature character, "Paddington" stars Colin Firth as a Peruvian bear who heads to London looking for a home.

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    Watch: New Trailer For 'Paddington' Starring Colin Firth, Nicole Kidman & Hugh Bonneville

    It's hard to think of a producer more successful right now than David Heyman. Before anyone had even heard of them, he picked up the rights to the "Harry Potter" books from J.K. Rowling, and turned them into the biggest franchise in history. Beyond that, he's also been behind megahits "I Am Legend" ...

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    The Monuments Men

    It’s rare to find a movie that isn’t ironic or aloof, especially in its overarching goal, to pay tribute to an unpopular enterprise that paid off for posterity.

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