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    Gotham Awards Go to Coens, McConaughey, Larson, and Coogler, '12 Years a Slave' Gets Zip, Daniels Fights Back

    The Independent Feature Project's Gotham Awards are truly New York indie, just as Film Independent's Indie Spirits are very Los Angeles. Thus Monday night's awards benefited feature winner "Inside Llewyn Davis," a portrait of the 60s New York folk scene from New York's own Coen brothers, "Fruitvale ...

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    Actors Talk Actors: Julia Roberts, Ralph Fiennes, Benicio Del Toro and More Discuss This Year's Oscar Contenders in Variety

    In Variety's new SAG preview, 35 different actors discuss this year's likely Oscar contenders: Ralph Fiennes talks Chiwetel Ejiofor in "12 Years a Slave," Candice Bergen talks Sandra Bullock in "Gravity," Julia Roberts talks James Gandolfini in "Enough Said" and much more. Quote highlights below.

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    Steve Buscemi To Pay Tribute To James Gandolfini at the 2013 Gotham Awards

    Late actor James Gandolfini will be presented with a tribute care of Steve Buscemi at the 23rd Annual Gotham Independent Film Awards, it was announced today.

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    Late James Gandolfini Fronts GQ Men of The Year Issue; Candid Profile Delves Into Wild Temper and Soft Side

    In honor of the late James Gandolfini and his life and career in the film industry, GQ Magazine has decided to feature The Soprano's icon on the cover of its 18th annual GQ Men of the Year issue.

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    Saoirse Ronan Talks 'How I Live Now', Working With James Gandolfini & More

    Not even 20 years old, Saoirse Ronan has already made a significant cinematic impression. Most of us got our first glimpse of Ronan in Joe Wright’s operatic, Oscar-nominated literary adaptation “Atonement,” and in the years since she has anchored films for directors like Peter Jackson, Peter Weir, A...

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    Watch: Darker, Angrier Unused Alternate Trailer For 'Killing Them Softly'

    It seems that no matter how hard they try, Andrew Dominik and Brad Pitt can't get anyone to see their films. Their first collaboration, 2007's "The Assassination Of Jesse James By The Coward Robert Ford," suffered through a difficult editing process only to be indifferently released by Warner Bros. ...

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    Robert De Niro Replaces James Gandolfini In HBO Miniseries 'Criminal Justice'

    It's been something of an up and down ride for HBO's "Criminal Justice," with the network initially passing on the project earlier this year, only to revive it a few months later, reformatted into a "limited event series" (just call it a miniseries, guys). But with the sudden and sad passing of Jame...

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    Robert De Niro Will Take Over James Gandolfini's Part in the HBO Miniseries 'Criminal Justice'

    Before he passed away in June, James Gandolfini had been working on an HBO miniseries, based on a British show created by Peter Moffat, entitled "Criminal Justice." It would mark his return to the network with which his career has been so closely linked.

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    Oscars: A Look At The Supporting Actor Field, Including Michael Fassbender, Jared Leto & James Gandolfini

    So far, for the most part, a good chunk of the 2013 awards contenders have been seen, but only by those high falutin' critical types at film festivals -- as we saw last week. But that started to change last week with the release of two legit Best Picture contenders: Ron Howard's "Rush," and Denis Vi...

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    'Breaking Bad,' 'House Of Cards' & 'Behind The Candelabra' Among Big Emmy Winners

    Last night TV's finest -- which these days tends to include some of movie's finest too -- gathered for the Emmy Awards, while the the rest of us stayed glued to "Breaking Bad" and to some extent, the series finale of "Dexter." Either way, both options were better than that dubstep dance routine to "...

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