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    Josh Brolin Is Thanos In 'Guardians Of The Galaxy' & Joins Denis Villeneuve's 'Sicario'

    The crime thriller “Sicario” is sounding better and better every day. It’s already being directed by Denis Villeneuve, the filmmaker behind “Prisoners” and “Enemy,” and it stars Emily Blunt and Benicio Del Toro. If that's not enough, celebrated director of photography Roger Deakins, who shot “Priso...

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    New Pics From 'Sin City: A Dame To Kill For' Hit The Streets

    “Sex is absolutely what helps sell this movie, which is fine by me,” Jessica Alba told EW, and she's spot on about what's going to get audiences to buy tickets for this one. Oh sure, "Frank Miller's Sin City: A Dame To Kill For" is a sequel to the groundbreaking hit "Sin City," but the movie also pr...

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    New Pics & Posters For 'Frank Miller's Sin City: A Dame To Kill For' Deliver More Pulp Noir

    This summer, you'll have no shortage of bubblegum distractions, but Robert Rodriguez is hoping you'll save some from for something sexy, dirty, violent and dark. The director is back with the sequel, "Frank Miller's Sin City: A Dame To Kill For," and a few more peeks have arrived for the film.

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    Josh Brolin Says 'Inherent Vice' Goes "In A Direction That The Book Doesn't Necessarily Go"

    What do we know so far about "Inherent Vice"? Frankly, not a helluva lot outside of the fantastic ensemble cast and the return of Johnny Greenwood to the composer's podium. And even with a release date set for later this year, "Inherent Vice" was curiously absent in Warner Bros. presentation this we...

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    Watch: First Noir Filled Trailer For 'Frank Miller's Sin City: A Dame To Kill For'

    Eight years after audiences first visited the monochrome, rain slicked, bullet filled streets of "Sin City," are they ready to go there again? Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller certainly hope so, with talk of a TV series and "Sin City 3" already percolating. But to get there, the awkwardly titled "F...

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    FIRST LOOK: Jason Clarke Faces the Elements in 'Everest'

    A first-look image has arrived from Universal's "Everest," starring Jason Clarke, Josh Brolin, John Hawkes and Jake Gyllenhaal as climbers in two different expeditions faced with one of the fiercest snowstorms ever recorded on the daunting mountain face.

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    Jason Reitman Addresses His 'Labor Day' Critics and Explains Why He Made the Film

    Since first making a splash with his feature directorial debut "Thank You For Smoking," filmmaker Jason Reitman has been on a roll with critics and awards voters, garnering a steady stream of acclaim for his follow-up films "Juno," "Up in the Air" and "Young Adult."

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    Labor Day

    Kate Winslet is completely believable as a woman who can no longer face even the simplest tasks and Josh Brolin brings both warmth and effortless authority to his character...

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    Josh Brolin on Being Exposed in 'Labor Day' and Why Kate Winslet is a 'Truck Driver'

    Jason Reitman puts Josh Brolin's handsomely rugged features and deep well of vulnerability to powerful use in his latest "Labor Day," which opens this Friday following screenings at the Telluride and Toronto film festivals. (go here for Indiewire's glowing review).

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    Review: Jason Reitman's Dreary 'Labor Day' Starring Josh Brolin & Kate Winslet

    Short of helming a "Smurfs" sequel, it's tough to imagine writer-director Jason Reitman going for a greater change of pace than he has with "Labor Day," a full-immersion exercise in the old-fashioned women's weepie that skews far closer to Nicholas Sparks' brand of contrivance than Diablo Cody terri...

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