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    Gravitas Ventures Acquires Comedy 'The Longest Week,' Starring Jason Bateman and Olivia Wilde

    Gravitas Ventures has nabbed U.S. rights to Peter Glanz's "The Longest Week." The comedy stars Jenny Slate, Olivia Wilde, Billy Crudup and Jason Bateman and is based on Glanz's short film "A Relationship in Four Days," which screened at the Cannes and Sundance film festivals.

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    Liam Neeson, Olivia Wilde in Paul Haggis' Maddening, Self-Important 'Third Person'

    Does Paul Haggis take us for idiots, or does he actually believe that this pretentious, simplistic film has any substance? Is he cynical or deluded? Either way, the result is the same: 'Third Person' is overwrought and vapid.

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    Review: Paul Haggis' Embarrassing 'Third Person' Starring Liam Neeson, Mila Kunis, James Franco, Olivia Wilde & More

    We're coming on a decade since Paul Haggis' "Crash" won Best Picture at the Oscars, and it's still one of the most divisive victories in recent memory. Detractors of the film are quick to point out the flaws in the L.A.-set drama, citing what they perceive to be the film's crass manipulativeness, on...

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    Watch: Olivia Wilde Returns Liam Neeson's Bathrobe in New Clip from 'Third Person'

    In a previously released clip, Wilde and Neeson discuss their tough-to-understand relationship. Here, viewers see a bit more of what is going on.

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    Watch: Liam Neeson Shows Olivia Wilde a Special Set of Feelings in a Clip from 'Third Person'

    Liam Neeson looks to display some of conflicted passion again in the upcoming film "Third Person."

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    Watch: Liam Neeson Is Using His Special Skills To Write A Novel In Clip From 'Third Person'

    Liam Neeson's cinematic skills are boundless. He's punched vaguely foreign dudes who messed with his life and family (twice already, with "Taken 3" on the way), punched dudes trying to mess with his head ("Unknown"), punched wolves ("The Grey") and punched dudes trying to frame him on airplanes ("No...

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    Watch: Olivia Wilde tells Sam Rockwell to 'Pop a Xany' in a Clip From 'Better Living Through Chemistry'

    Editor's Note: This post is presented in partnership with Time Warner Cable Movies On Demand in support of May's Indie Film Month. "Better Living Through Chemistry" is currently available to view On Demand.

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    Watch: First Trailer For Paul Haggis' 'Third Person' Starring Liam Neeson, James Franco, Adrien Brody, Mila Kunis & More

    Paul Haggis sure likes his multi-threaded dramas, in which lives intersect and secrets are revealed and we all learn valuable lessons about who we are. Hell, "Crash" won the guy an Oscar, so why not try and do it again, only this time take that concept around the globe? That's just what he did with ...

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    WATCH: Stars Collide in First Trailer for Paul Haggis's 'Third Person'

    A trailer has landed for the most recent effort from writer-director Paul Haggis (Oscar winner "Crash"). "Third Person," which bowed at last year's Cannes, is finally eyeing a limited stateside release on June 20. Like the multiple-narrative-heavy "Crash," this new drama also follows an array of cha...

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    Watch Liam Neeson, James Franco and Mila Kunis Brood, Yell, And Flirt in First Trailer for 'Third Person'

    Ten years after "Crash," Paul Haggis recovers his penchant for weaving together seemingly disconnected characters. "Third Person" is his latest drama, chronicling the story of three couples, each in a different city (New York, Rome, and Paris). As their lives begin to intersect, their loves and pers...

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