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    'The Big Chill' Speaks French in 'Little White Lies' (Review)

    In the raucous club scene that opens "Little White Lies," the actor playing the obnoxious, drug-snorting lech named Ludo looks so familiar you might find yourself thinking, “Who’s that loud guy?” That guy is Jean Dujardin from "The Artist," so at least in t...

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    Review: The 'Little White Lies' That Bind Are Explored In This Leisurely Gallic Dramedy

    The nature of what keeps a long-term friendship together over the years is somewhat ephemeral. There is the trust and confidence that comes with knowing someone intimately, seeing them at their best and worst, and being there for them without judgment. But it's also built on shared values, small...

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    Trailer Watch: Oscar Heavies Cotillard and Dujardin Star in 'Big Chill'-esque 'Little White Lies'

    Check out the trailer for Guillaume Canet's ensemble drama "Little White Lies," starring wife Marion Cotillard, Francois Cluzet and pre-"The Artist" Jean Dujardin as friends whose relationships are thrown into confusion after a near-fatal motorcycle accident besets a member of the group. This is Can...

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    Exclusive: U.S. Poster For Guillaume Canet's 'Little White Lies' Starring Marion Cotillard, Jean Dujardin, Francois Cluzet & More

    Occasionally it takes a bit of time for a film to cross the pond, even if its European box office hit like Guillaume Canet's "Little White Lies." But the film finally arrives on U.S. shores later this summer, and it will certainly be helped by the raised profile of its very strong ense...

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    'The Artist' Star Jean Dujardin Joins Martin Scorsese's 'The Wolf Of Wall Street'

    While there was no doubt that Jean Dujardin was the charming story of the awards season last year, capped off by a Best Actor win at the Oscars, his Hollywood prospects seemed doubtful. His command of the English language is limited, but he proved he could deliver with some great comic timing with t...

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    IN THE WORKS: 'Blade Runner' Sequel, Blanchett-Wasikowska Lesbian Romance, Paltrow for Picasso & Dujardin's Next

    Ridley Scott has an idea for a sequel to his classic 1982 film "Blade Runner," and the original's writer Hampton Fancher is in talks to put it into action on paper. Scott and Alcon Entertainment say only that the story would pick up "some years after the first film concluded."

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    After 'The Artist': Berenice Bejo Talks Michel Hazanavicius' 'The Search,' Jean Dujardin To Star With Tim Roth In 'Mobius'

    As Harvey Weinstein crawls on hands and knees up the Croisette, searching desperately for the next film to equal the success of last year’s golden child, “The Artist,” it can be hard to recall just how unique and singular the film seemed when first shown at Cannes, before its subsequent release and ...

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    Watch: Jean Dujardin Launches His Own Brand Of Cigarettes & Uggie Stars In Nintendo 3DS Ad

    The Academy Awards may be over and "The Artist" is fading into memory, but the film's Oscar-winning star Jean Dujardin and his onscreen sidekick Uggie aren't going away anytime soon.

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    In Their Own Words: The Complete 2012 Oscar Acceptance Speeches

    In case you missed it: Here's last night's acceptance speeches - curse words and all! - at the 84th Academy Awards, in their entirety.

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    Oscar Review: Awards As Bland As Oatmeal

    Well don’t James Franco and Anne Hathaway look better now? Last year’s Oscar show may have been a headlong collision, but at least a crash has curiosity value. This year’s show was as lively and colorful as cold oatmeal. You know it’s a dull show when even the Best Dead ...

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