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    Toronto Preview: Awards Hopefuls Bring Real Figures to Life, from Dickens and Assange to Ginsberg and Mandela

    There's a reason Sony Pictures Classics is moving up the release date of "The Invisible Woman" to Christmas Day. They think they may have the goods to make a go at an awards season play. This Ralph Fiennes-directed movie is world premiering at the Toronto International Film Festival, one of many pic...

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    Women Centric Films in Toronto International Film Festival 2013 Gala & Special Presentation Line Up

    After taking a look at the women directed films in the galas and special presentations, we also wanted to take a look at the women centric films that will be receiving lots of attention in Toronto. We are guessing that there will be big stars in attendance like Meryl Streep and Julia Roberts.

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    New Images From Richard Ayoade's TIFF Bound 'The Double' Starring Jesse Eisenberg & Mia Wasikowska

    While many threw rather glib Wes Anderson comparisons at Richard Ayoade's sweet directorial debut "Submarine," it looks like for this next film, he's making it clear that he's got his own vision. "The Double," which we've been waiting for every since the atmospheric first images landed last fall, is...

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    Production Begins On David Cronenberg's 'Maps To The Stars' & Full Plot Synopsis Becomes Clear

    After spending a couple of years in the last decade making well-received, more traditionally made dramas, David Cronenberg delved back into the weird last year with “Cosmopolis.” Now, production has begun next film, “Maps to the Stars,” which sounds like it could be a combination of both styles. The...

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    Watch: Teaser Trailer For Omnibus 'The Turning' Directed By Cate Blanchett, Mia Wasikowska & More

    For those of you who have been reading us for a while, you might remember that way back in the day, we did a two part feature on omnibus films, and basically it boils down to this: by their very nature, with numerous directors and actors taking part, it's very rare for these kinds of movies to work ...

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    Exclusive: Watch Nicole Kidman Discuss Working With Park Chan-wook in 'Stoker' DVD Extra

    "Stoker," the English-language debut from South Korean director Park Chan-wook, is out on Blu-ray and DVD this today. The film tells the disturbing tale of a mysterious uncle who infiltrates a small-town family after the father's recent death in a freak car accident.

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    Emma Stone Out, Mia Wasikowska May Step In For Guillermo Del Toro's 'Crimson Peak'

    While she may not have been able to join Olivier Assayas' "Sils Maria," with the stars unable to align for her to take a role, she's now aiming to take on her first blockbuster role since breaking out in "Alice In Wonderland."

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    Kristen Stewart Joins Olivier Assayas' 'Sils Maria' With Juliette Binoche & Chloe Moretz; Mia Wasikowska Out

    Things have been a bit quiet for Kristen Stewart after a pretty loud 2012. Of course the "Twilight" saga came to an end, "On The Road" hit the festival circuit, was sorta released in December and then sorta re-released again this past spring and then there was messy situation surrounding "Snow White...

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    Cate Blanchett and Mia Wasikowska to Star in 'Carol'

    Cate Blanchett and Mia Wasikowska are set to star in Carol--an adaptation of Patricia Highsmith's novel The Price of Salt. Phyllis Nagy wrote the screenplay and Todd Haynes is set to direct.

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    Cannes Review: Droll, Louche & Languidly Playful 'Only Lovers Left Alive' Is Jarmusch At His Most Enjoyable & Accessible

    From the very first opening titles, written in a Germanic font that immediately conjures everything from “Triumph of the Will” to images of big-busted ladies screaming in campy close-up in 1970s cheapie horrors (it may be the only time in Cannes that a film got a big laugh for a typeface) it’s perfe...

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