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    Post-Golden Globe Nominations: What Do We Know? Weinsteins Score 15, But Will That Translate at Oscars? Kidman Lands 10th Globe Nom

    Advantage: Leonardo DiCaprio over "Django Unchained" costar Christoph Waltz in the best supporting actor race, even if Waltz gets the German vote. And SAG "Silver Linings" nominee Robert De Niro, who dissed the HFPA last time he accepted an award, has not been invited back. On the other hand, Globe ...

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    SAG Awards Snub Joaquin Phoenix & Amy Adams, Javier Bardem Gets Nod, 'Lincoln' & 'Silver Linings' Lead Field

    Just when you think that awards season might follow the Critics Choice Awards with no real surprises, the Screen Actors Guild have thrown something of a curveball into the mix with the nods for their annual awards. Led by "Lincoln" and "Silver Linings Playbook" with four nominations apiece (as was e...

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    New Images Of Nicole Kidman & Mia Wasikowska In Park Chan-Wook's 'Stoker'

    Finally. After an almost intolerably wait, Park Chan-Wook's "Stoker" is coming, and headed to Park City for the Sundance Film Festival. And now we have two pictures to keep us occupied until it premieres in just over a month.

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    Watch: Creepy Music Video for Park Chan-Wook's 'Stoker' Features New Footage and Lots of Spiders (VIDEO)

    If the recently unveiled trailer for Park Chan-Wook's first foray into English language filmmaking "Stoker" didn't get you stoked (sorry, we couldn't help ourselves), then a new atmospheric music video and crafty international poster, courtesy of Empire, for the anticipated Mar...

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    Park Chan-wook's 'Stoker': Things Get Twisted with Kidman & Wasikowska in New Poster and Gorgeous Promo Video

    Check out this new poster for Park Chan-wook's "Stoker," which twists storybook-like drawings, skulls, owls and other unsettling ephemera into a thicket surrounding the faces of Mia Wasikowska and Nicole Kidman. A beautiful promo video accompanies the poster's release...

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    First Poster For Park Chan-Wook’s 'Stoker' Presents A Haunted Vine Of Images

    Everything we've seen so far about Park Chan-Wook's "Stoker" suggests a heightened fairy tale, an eerie, somewhat unreal story that is half fable, half thriller. And the first poster for the movie certainly plays up that angle in yet another exciting tease for the upcoming film.

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    Weekend Reel Reads: Frights on the Big Screen

    With Halloween approaching, a handful of stories discussing spooky films (and the ways they were meant to be seen) highlight this week's edition of Reel Reads.

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    LACMA Revives Stanley Kubrick, As Nicole Kidman Recalls How He Approached 'Eyes Wide Shut' By "Pretending It Was Our Sex Life"

    With the sudden splurge of interest in Stanley Kubrick's work in the news -- and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art's complete retrospective of the director's work screening throughout November and December -- Nicole Kidman has added some teasing insight to the infamousl...

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    The Academy Celebrates the Career of Ann Roth

    A couple of weeks ago I spent the weekend at the Hamptons International Film Festival. I was able to catch up on a bunch of films and attend some really cool events including a tribute to the costume designer Ann Roth by the Academy. It's not often that below the line talent gets a celebration...

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    Dancing in the Rain: Nicole Kidman's Femme Fatales

    In the New York Film Festival film "The Paperboy" Nicole Kidman returns to the role of a femme fatale. How her performance compares with the one she played 17 years ago in "To Die For."

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