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    A Drinking Game Interview With 'Drunk History' Creator Derek Waters

    When Indiewire and Derek Waters, the creator of the Comedy Central series "Drunk History," discussed doing a sit-down interview, the goal was to do something different from other interviews he's done in the past.

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    Laura Dern Says David Lynch Is "Definitely Cooking" Up A New Film

    Having worked with David Lynch across three films—"Blue Velvet," "Wild At Heart" and his last movie, 2006's "Inland Empire"—Laura Dern perhaps knows a thing or two about the director's process. And particularly given that Lynch has shown little to no interest, at least publicly, about making another...

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    'The Fault in Our Stars' Review and Roundup: Shailene Woodley Carries Manipulative Weepie

    Trust me: when it opens Friday 'The Fault in Our Stars' will be review proof. It matters not a whit what any of us have to say about Josh Boone's four-hankie tragic romance based on social media star John Green's bestselling Young Adult novel. Scott Neustadter & Michael H. Weber of "(500) Days of Su...

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    Review: 'The Fault in Our Stars' Starring Shailene Woodley And Ansel Elgort

    You should probably not see "The Fault in Our Stars" with anyone you're trying to impress. You'll either end up a puffy, sniffling mess of tears, or you'll finish the movie dry-eyed and convince that person you're a psychopath. Those are the only two options. This drama is an outstanding entry in it...

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    Watch: 5 Clips From 'The Fault In Our Stars' Starring Shailene Woodley

    If you're in the mood for a good cry this summer, "The Fault In Our Stars" will do the trick. It's a weepie about cancer and beautiful young people, all powered by a hot soundtrack. And if you want to get those tears working early, five clips from the movie have dropped online.

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    Laura Dern and Chiwetel Ejiofor Set for Seattle Film Fest Tributes

    Now in its 40th year, the Seattle International Film Festival (May 15-June 8) has announced that actors Laura Dern and Chiwetel Ejiofor will be honored with Tribute awards for Outstanding Achievement in Acting. Both are set to appear at special events, screenings of their work, awards presentations,...

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    Frank Grillo Leads 'The Purge 2,' Zac Efron Catches 'Fire,' Imogen Poots Visits 'A Country Called Home' & More

    One of the surprise hits of the year was this summer’s cheap Ethan Hawke-starring horror movie “The Purge,” and with the $3 million-budgeted film making nearly $90 million worldwide, you better believe Universal wants a re-up.

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    First Look At Reese Witherspoon In 'Wild,' Laura Dern Joins The Film

    Reese Witherspoon continues her recent run of left-of-center projects—"Mud," "Devil's Knot," "Inherent Vice"—with "Wild," which has now started filming with "Dallas Buyers Club" director Jean-Marc Vallee behind the camera. And the first look has already arrived.

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    Oscar-Bound Bruce Dern Talks Career and Alexander Payne's 'Nebraska'

    Let the Oscar drum-roll begin for 77-year-old actor Bruce Dern. He talks his career, and his wonderfully heartbreaking performance as Woody Grant, an aging man on a quest for a dubious sweepstakes reward of $1 million, in Alexander Payne's "Nebraska."

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    Women Behaving Badly: Amy Jellicoe, the Manipulative Do-Gooder From 'Enlightened'

    The great thing about Amy Jellicoe is that she's not going to kill you. Television is littered with male antiheroes playing with their guns, or knives in the case of Al Swearengen from "Deadwood." Even "Mad Men" can't escape a whiff of sex and violence, especially as the '60s heat up. Now there are ...

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