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    Sony Classics Nabs 'Infinitely Polar bear'

    Sony Pictures Classics has snagged all North American, German, UK, Scandinavian, Eastern European and Russian rights to Maya Forbes' directorial debut 'Infinitely Polar Bear,' warmly received at its 2014 Sundance premiere.

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    Mark Ruffalo Defends Abortion on Roe v. Wade Anniversary

    The "Avengers" co-star reminds viewers that the frequent alternative to legal abortion is illegal abortion. He recalls his mother's experience of the latter, stating, "People [like my mother] would have to search out doctors at night miles away from their home in a closed-down doctor's office or m...

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    Sundance Review: Phony And Forgettable 'Infinitely Polar Bear' Starring Mark Ruffalo & Zoe Saldana

    With its based-on-the-director’s-life pedigree and stars Mark Ruffalo and Zoe Saldana, "Infinitely Polar Bear"—horrible title aside—sounds like many Sundance films past and present: a family struggles with mental illness, trying to keep one person whole while also keeping—or failing to keep—the fami...

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    Solution Entertainment Picks Up International Rights to 'Infinitely Polar Bear' Ahead of Sundance Premiere

    Mark Ruffalo and Zoe Saldana star in Maya Forbes' directoral debut "Infinitely Polar Bear" as a broke couple in the late 1970s who must make ends meet to provide for their family. The Solution Entertainment Group has picked up the international rights of the film right before its premiere in the U.S...

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    Larry Kramer's 'A Normal Heart' Will Debut on HBO in May

    Ryan Murphy and Larry Kramer's adaptation of his Tony-winning play 'A Normal Heart,' starring Mark Ruffalo, Matt Bomer, Taylor Kitsch, Jim Parsons and Julia Roberts, will debut in May for HBO Films.

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    Sundance First Look: Philip Seymour Hoffman & Christina Hendricks In 'God's Pocket' & Mark Ruffalo's 'Infinitely Polar Bear'

    Nothing really connecting these two movies except that they both feature a bunch of actors we really, really like. So let's roll...

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    Sony Pictures Classics Move 'Foxcatcher' To 2014; Watch The Chilling Teaser Trailer

    To all the prognosticators who have already sat back and considered the awards season over, time to wake up. Bennett Miller, who has gone two-for-two with Best Pictures nominations for "Capote" and "Moneyball," returns with "Foxcatcher" and goddamn if he doesn't look like he's back in top form.

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    Review: 'Thanks For Sharing' Starring Mark Ruffalo, Gwyneth Paltrow, Tim Robbins, Pink & More

    It's safe to say that sex addiction is no longer the misunderstood step-brother to alcohol and drug addiction. Thanks to reality television, cable shows like "Californication" and last year's awards season contender "Shame," the stigma around sex addiction, of it not really being a problem or someth...

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    Watch: Mark Ruffalo & Gwyneth Paltrow Enter The Honeymoon Phase In 2 Clips From 'Thanks For Sharing'

    If sex is like a drug, what happens when you get addicted? How do you navigate relationships, and keep your life in order? Those are the questions that power "The Kids Are All Right" writer Stuart Blumberg's directorial debut "Thanks For Sharing," a dramedy about that chronicles the struggles of a l...

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    Toronto Review: Does 'Once' Director John Carney's Melodic Keira Knightley Vehicle 'Can a Song Save Your Life?' Criticize the Music Industry Or Celebrate It?

    John Carney's low budget 2006 musical romance "Once" was a breakout hit that foregrounded the emotional complexities of its central lovers with delicate tunes. By contrast, "Can a Song Save Your Life?" -- which contains several high profile actors and landed a lucrative deal with The Weinstein Compa...

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