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    Watch: Chanel Ad “She’s Not There” Starring Keira Knightley, Directed By Joe Wright

    The collaborations between director Joe Wright and actress Keira Knightley haven't just been limited to the films they've made together ("Atonement," "Anna Karenina," "Pride & Prejudice"). For the past few years, the actress has been the face of Chanel, and right alongside her, Wright has been guidi...

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    Tribeca Film Festival to Close With 'Begin Again,' Formerly Known As 'Can a Song Save Your Life?'

    The Tribeca Film Festival announced today that they will be closing this year's event with John Carney's musical comedy "Begin Again" on April 26. The film stars Keira Knightley, Mark Ruffalo, Hailee Steinfeild, Catherine Keener, and Adam Levine.

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    A24 Dates 'The Rover' With Robert Pattinson For June 13, Keira Knightley's 'Laggies' For September 26

    Robert Pattinson’s clout-building continues in 2014 though it technically has barely begun. Pattinson’s post-“Twilight” career rehab started with David Cronenberg’s “Cosmopolis” and the film world took notice. Auteurs, perhaps needing a viable start to greenlight their projects, took notice too. Wer...

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    Lynn Shelton's Laggies Sold at Sundance

    Two days after its Friday premiere at Sundance, The Hollywood Reporter revealed that director Lynn Shelton's arrested-development dramedy "Laggies" had been bought by A24.

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    Sundance Review: Keira Knightley and Sam Rockwell Charm in Lynn Shelton's 'Laggies'

    "Laggies," marks the first time Lynn Shelton has directed a film whose script she didn't personally pen. Although the story by Andrea Seigel is more tightly constructed (and much more neatly wrapped up) than Shelton's own improvised scripts, the story of arrested development in extremis fits neatly...

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    Sundance Review: Lynn Shelton’s 'Laggies' Starring Keira Knightley, Chloe Moretz & Sam Rockwell

    Given that the arrested development subgenre of comedy is chiefly the domain of men and man children, it’s nice to see the field finally tackled from a refreshing female perspective. However, while an admirable vantage point of the trapped in adultlescence genus, “Laggies,” the new film by director ...

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    Sundance: Lynn Shelton and Keira Knightley Debut Their Delightful 'Laggies'

    "This is the first film I made -- and I've made six now -- that I didn't write myself so it was a big leap for me personally and I'm really glad that I did," director Lynn Shelton said at the world premiere of "Laggies" last night, and audiences and critics alike are already really glad too.

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    Sundance Women Directors: Lynn Shelton on the Question that Shapes Her Work and the Beauty of Sundance

    "I pride myself on taking premises that seem on paper to seem not particularly promising and then making a movie that, once you watch it, you feel, 'Oh yeah. That actually could have happened in real life.'"

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    Review: 'Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit' With Chris Pine, Keira Knightley & Kevin Costner

    Today, most people associate the character of Jack Ryan—originally created by author Tom Clancy, in a number of blockbuster novels—as a kind of hard-hitting action hero. This is thanks in large part to the series of films that began with 1990's masterful thriller "The Hunt for Red October" and conti...

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    Watch: Duck And Cover With 2 New Clips From 'Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit'

    No one joins the CIA just to work as an analyst. Or that's the case in the movie world anyway, with Chris Pine's rebooted Jack Ryan drawn into far more than he bargained for in "Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit." And with Paramount's new (potential) franchise launching in just a few days, a couple more cli...

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