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    Step In 'To The Wonder' With New Images From Terrence Malick's Latest

    With the U.K. release date rushing foward, and Terrence Malick's reticence to do any press ever (Kanye West has got nothing on him), the marketing team behind "To The Wonder" are doing what they can. Though the movie has a couple of gorgeous trailers, recently the plan appears to bet t...

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    3 More Images Of Ben Affleck, Rachel McAdams & Javier Bardem In Terrence Malick's 'To The Wonder'

    Love in all its dizzying rapture and devastating heartbreak are explored in Terrence Malick's "To The Wonder," and yet even more images have emerged of its beautiful cast looking fabulous in rustic settings.

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    5 New Images Of Ben Affleck, Rachel McAdams, Olga Kurylenko & Javier Bardem In Terrence Malick's 'To The Wonder'

    If there's anything at all to gather from these new images from Terrence Malick's "To The Wonder," it's this: love is a bummer. And indeed, nothing really ends well for Ben Affleck, Olga Kurylenko, Rachel McAdams and Javier Bardem in the film, but at least they look pretty damn...

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    3 French Posters For Terrence Malick's 'To The Wonder'

    It's nice to see the Yeti that is Terrence Malick come out of hiding these last few years. Ever since "The Tree Of Life," Malick's not only been working at an uncharacteristically quick clip, he's actually been finishing films at a rapid pace. His latest, the romance drama...

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    Watch: French Trailer For Terrence Malick's 'To The Wonder' Features New Footage, Olga Kurylenko Voiceover

    It's kind of a bummer to see so many dismissing Terrence Malick's upcoming "To the Wonder" with jokes about shots of wheat fields and sighs over the trademark camerawork he employs with Emmanuel Lubezski. But it speaks to the film itself, which is free from cynicism, and a deeply earnest and soulful...

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    Watch: Soaring Trailer For Terrence Malick's 'To The Wonder' With Ben Affleck, Olga Kurylenko & Javier Bardem

    If you weren't one of those who saw the film in Venice or Toronto this year, you've likely seen very little of Terrence Malick's "To The Wonder," the director's uncharacteristically fast-in-arriving follow-up to his wildly acclaimed "The Tree Of Life." Two images from the film have been released, bu...

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    SAG Awards Snub Joaquin Phoenix & Amy Adams, Javier Bardem Gets Nod, 'Lincoln' & 'Silver Linings' Lead Field

    Just when you think that awards season might follow the Critics Choice Awards with no real surprises, the Screen Actors Guild have thrown something of a curveball into the mix with the nods for their annual awards. Led by "Lincoln" and "Silver Linings Playbook" with four nominations apiece (as was e...

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    Watch Javier Bardem Talk 'Skyfall,' Guns & Hair with Conan O'Brien

    Javier Bardem is one of the greatest contemporary villains, but he's also one of the softest.

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    'Skyfall' Or Skyfail: What Worked & What Didn't In James Bond's Latest

    Over the weekend, it sounds like more than a few of you checked out "Skyfall" -- $80 million+ worth of you, in fact. And around the rest of the world, it's even more, the film having taken over $500 million internationally since it started rolling out two weeks ago. And for the most part, it's been...

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    5 Things You Should Know About The Making Of 'No Country For Old Men'

    At the start of 2007, the Coen Brothers were not in a good place in their careers. Even after the major success of "O Brother Where Art Thou" and the critical acclaim of "The Man Who Wasn't There," they weren't able to get their Brad Pitt-starring adaptation of James Dickey's WWII novel "To the Whit...

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