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    Sundance Review: 'Whiplash' Evokes High Anxiety

    The first buzz title unveiled at Sundance, Damien Chazelle's "Whiplash," is an intense anxiety dream about a young college jazz musician ("The Spectacular Now"'s Miles Teller) who aspires to be a memorable drummer like Buddy Rich.

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    Oscars and Sundance Collide, from Redford's Diss to 'Whiplash' Oscar Buzz (PRESS CONFERENCE VIDEO)

    The Eccles Theatre opening night was packed with press and distributors for the unveiling of hot buzz title "Whiplash." Roadside Attractions was not responding to Sundance founder and Oscar-snubbed Robert Redford's criticism of their "All is Lost" marketing efforts. They're moving on to the business...

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    Sundance Review: ‘Whiplash’ Starring Miles Teller Leads With The Different Beat Of A Very Different Drum

    Opening the 2014 Sundance Film Festival, writer-director Damien Chazelle’s “Whiplash” may not seem to tread any new ground at first, with Andrew (Miles Teller) trying to thrive and survive in the hyper-competitive, hyper-stressed world of a Musical Conservatory in New York City. Andrew is talented a...

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    Sundance Curiosities: Here’s Why Sundance’s Opening Night Film 'Whiplash' Could Be a Breakout Hit

    Our annual Sundance Curiosities column takes a look at various movies and filmmakers from the upcoming Park City festival worthy of anticipation.

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    Sundance First Look: Jason Schwartzman & Elisabeth Moss In 'Listen Up Philip' & Miles Teller In 'Whiplash'

    More stars, more directors and lots of exciting stuff hitting Sundance. Our look at the movies hitting Utah continues with two indie filmmakers tackling some bigger movies....

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    Watch: Full Length Trailer For 'Divergent' Arrives, Will It Be The Next YA Sensation?

    With superlatives like "the 'Empire Strikes Back' of young adult adaptations" being thrown around for "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire," do any other YA adaptations stand a chance? Certainly, there have been comers like "Beautiful Creatures" and "The Host," which both flopped, while "The Mortal Ins...

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    New 'Divergent' Character Posters Arrive Armed and Ready for Battle

    A slew of new character posters have arrived for upcoming YA franchise hopeful "Divergent," starring Shailene Woodley and Theo James in the big-screen adaptation of Veronica Roth's first novel in her bestselling trilogy. Check them out below.

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    7 Highlights From AFI Fest's Young Hollywood Roundtable, From Embarrassing YouTube Videos To Facebook Stalking Jessica Chastain

    Brie Larson, Miles Teller, Michael B. Jordan, Dane DeHaan, and Greta Gerwig took part in the AFI Fest's 2013 Young Hollywood Roundtable Friday night. The group discussed their new found success, including the films they all put out to much acclaim in 2013, and dug into what they want from the future...

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    Oscar Watch: Could 'The Spectacular Now' Pull It Off?

    Even if you didn't buy into James Ponsoldt's earnest coming-of-age romance "The Spectacular Now," you can't deny the film's powerful lead performances. Gifted youngsters Miles Teller (26) and Shailene Woodley (21) go for broke in this genuine crowd-pleaser, talking like real teenagers, behaving like...

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    Savannah Film Fest: Miles Teller Talks Long Haul Of 'The Spectacular Now' & Switching Gears For 'Divergent'

    Sustaining the buzz from January at the Sundance Film Festival until October, ten months later, is no easy feat. Plenty of movies have floated out of Park City with oodles of press and praise, only to be forgotten by time it comes for their release. But it speaks to the quality of filmmaking, and th...

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