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    Dane DeHaan Feeling 'Tulip Fever,' Melisandre Feels 'Incarnate,' Alan Arkin & Amanda Seyfried Have A ‘Wonderful Time’ & More

    Developing for nearly a decade, the adaptation of Deborah Moggach's "Tulip Fever"has seen all kinds of names — John Madden, Keira Knightley, Jude Law, Peter Chelsom, Tom Hooper — kick the tires, but nothing coalesced. But earlier this year the wheels started spinning again with Alicia Vikander becam...

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    Watch: Anna Faris and Simon Baker Try to Break Up a Marriage in 'I Give It a Year' Trailer

    Long ago, in a galaxy very, very close by, Anna Faris was a rising star. She was a new hope for comedy fans and started a spoof empire with the original "Scary Movie." No, she was never in "Star Wars," but Faris did appear in "Lost in Translation," "Brokeback Mountain," and had a memorable arc in th...

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    10 Indie Actors You'll See on Network TV in the New Season

    The broadcast television networks have announced the shows that will comprise their 2013-14 schedules (check out the lineups for ABC, CBS, NBC and Fox at those links), and you might be surprised at the indie cred of their collective casts. While cable networks have long seen actors with independent ...

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    Review: At Its Best, Harmless 'Hunky Dory' Is Just That

    It’s the summer of 1976, and between a conservative school administration and an unrelenting drought, things are beyond dry for Wales’ scrappier teens. It’s little wonder that they flock to the more permissive Miss Mae (Minnie Driver) and her glam-rock interpretation of Shakespeare’s "The Tempest" f...

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    SXSW Review: 'I Give It A Year' Is A Woefully Inept Deconstruction Of Romantic Comedies

    There's a certain amount of winky irreverence built into "I Give It A Year," based on its title alone, which is something that people snarl, usually at the weddings of people who they feel are fundamentally incompatible. The title suggests that, while it might appear to be a bouncy romantic comedy, ...

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    Trailer Watch: Hunky Dory - Starring Minnie Driver

    Minnie Driver stars in Hunky Dory as a Viv, a high school drama teacher in 1970s South Wales. Viv wants to engage her bored teenage students and decides to put on an extremely unique musical that incorporates Shakespeare and glam rock. The film has songs that were recorded and performed live on the ...

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    Watch: Minnie Driver In 'Glee'-Like Trailer for 'Hunky Dory'

    From the producers of "Billy Elliot" comes "Hunky Dory," a crowd-pleasing, South of Wales-set, coming-of-age musical starring Minnie Driver.

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    Watch: ‘I Give It A Year’ Premieres Today In U.K.; Teases U.S. With 3 More Clips

    “I Give It A Year” drops today in the U.K., and while U.S. distribution still hasn’t been secured, the rom-com’s SXSW stateside premiere in March should guarantee that someone picks it up. Witha cast of US-friendly faces including Rose Byrne, Anna Faris, Minnie Driver and Sim...

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    SUNDANCE LONDON: Minnie Driver, David Harewood Table Read Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje’s Autobiographical 'Farming'

    The inaugural Sundance London had much to recommend it over the weekend: the presence of Robert Redford; a concert by Rupert and Martha Wainwright; a giant white dome (the O2 Arena) in which to seek shelter from the non-stop rain while catching the pick of this year’s Sundance crop...

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    SXSW '12 Review: At Its Best, Harmless 'Hunky Dory' Is Just That

    It’s the summer of 1976, and between a conservative school administration and an unrelenting drought, things are beyond dry for Wales’ scrappier teens. It’s little wonder that they flock to the more permissive Miss Mae (Minnie Driver) and her glam-rock interpretation of Shakespeare...

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