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    Review: Godzilla’ Starring Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Bryan Cranston & Elizabeth Olsen

    Popular culture has obviously changed dramatically since 1954 when Toho Studios released Ishirō Honda’s inaugural kaiju movie, “Godzilla.” Originally a horror/science-fiction movie, “Godzilla” and the subsequent Toho Studio movies (all 28 of them), were never really big on character. Various scienti...

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    Rachel Weisz & Paul Dano Join Paolo Sorrentino’s ‘Youth,’ Sam Rockwell & Anna Kendrick Team For 'Mr. Right' & More

    With an Oscar under his arm for "The Great Beauty," Italian filmmaker Paolo Sorrentino is using that momentum to line up Hollywood stars for his next effort, "Youth" (aka "In The Future"), which already has Michael Caine slated to star.

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    New Pics Of Kristen Stewart, Juliette Binoche & Chloë Moretz In Olivier Assayas' 'Clouds Of Sils Maria'

    With the Cannes Film Festival announcing their lineup this week, distributors are going hard to the hoop early to get eyes on their films. David Cronenberg's "Maps To The Stars" just got its first trailer, and now another expected Cannes title is showing off the goods.

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    Exclusive: Check Out a Lovely New Poster for 'Words and Pictures,' Starring Juliette Binoche and Clive Owen

    TOH! has the exclusive poster debut for director Fred Schepisi's upcoming romantic dramedy "Words and Pictures," starring Juliette Binoche as an art teacher rivaling Clive Owen's English teacher. She has rheumatoid arthritis, and he has a drinking problem.

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    Watch: Fantastic, Hair-Raising New Trailer For 'Godzilla'

    Sorry, "X-Men: Days Of Future Past," "Guardians Of The Galaxy," "Edge Of Tomorrow," "Transformers: Age Of Extinction," "The Amazing Spider-Man 2" and whatever other summer blockbuster is coming around the corner—in terms of crafting genuine excitement, "Godzilla" has you beat. And you don't need to ...

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    Watch: Juliette Binoche Lets Loose in Trailer for Romantic Comedy 'Words and Pictures'

    Juliette Binoche last appeared on screen in what was arguably her most challenging role to date as the titular depressed artist in "Camille Claudel 1915," so you can't blame her for following that up with "Words and Pictures," a lighthearted romantic comedy. Here's the trailer.

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    Watch: Clive Owen & Juliette Binoche Find Love In 'Words And Pictures' In New Trailer

    It's not every day that you'll find arthouse mainstay Juliette Binoche appearing in what looks like a very familiar rom-com, but perhaps that's part of the allure of "Words And Pictures." And with Clive Owen opposite to woo the actress, one certainly can't complain about the casting.

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    Trailer Watch: Juliette Binoche in A Thousand Times Goodnight

    Emotional detachment is a career advantage for journalists and photographers, but less welcome within the demanding confines of domestic life.

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    Watch: First Trailer For 'A Thousand Times Good Night' Starring Juliette Binoche & Nikolaj Coster-Waldau

    Juliette Binoche playing a war photographer? That's probably anyone familiar with the actress needs to know about her upcoming "A Thousand Times Good Night," even if the results are a bit middling. In her review out of the Marrkaech Film Festival in December, our Jessica Kiang wrote that the film ha...

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    Watch: New Full-Length 'Godzilla' Trailer Rises Out Of The Ocean

    "The great thing with a project like 'Godzilla' is that when you’re doing a movie like this that involves a monster that’s so beloved, you suddenly get access to the greatest visual artists out there working today. So I was very lucky in terms of that," director Gareth Edwards told Bloody Disgusting...

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