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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, 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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    Sony Pictures Classics Acquires Paul Haggis' Latest Starring James Franco and Mila Kunis

    Sony Pictures Classics has acquired US, German and Scandinavian rights to Paul Haggis' ensemble drama "Third Person," starring Adrien Brody, James Franco, Olivia Wilde, Mila Kunis, Liam Neeson and Maria Bello. The film world premiered at this year's Toronto International Film Festival.

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    Paul Haggis Gets His Own Spy Franchise, Adapting Daniel Silva's Ex-Mossad Agent Gabriel Allon

    To his credit, Paul Haggis has not used the fact that his coming-out party as director, "Crash" won Best Picture at the Academy Awards, to churn out a series of Oscar-bait films. Instead, the "Due South" creator has mostly stuck to the kind of middlebrow thrillers to which he's suited, ranging from ...

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    Paul Haggis Says He's Not Collaborating On Scientology Exposé

    Author Confirms The Director's Non-Involvement With The Writing, But Book Will Still Focus On Haggis' Experiences With The ChurchSo filmmaker Paul Haggis (“Crash”) is prepping a tell-all exposé about his years as a member of the Church of Scientology, right? Only, he's not. And this must be how scur...

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    Paul Haggis Prepping Tell-All Exposé About His Years In Scientology

    Gives Up Dream To Ever Work With Tom CruiseAfter 35 years as a devoted follower to wacky fake religion/cult Scientology, director Paul Haggis left in a blaze of glory in 2009. Following the group's inaction after a San Diego branch supported Prop 8, Haggis penned an angry screed that ended up online...

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    Amnesty International, Paul Haggis, Sean Penn & Harvey Weinstein Team To Support Iranian Filmmakers

    Director Paul Haggis, actor Sean Penn and super producer Harvey Weinstein have teamed with British-Iranian actress and Amnesty International USA (AIUSA) spokesperson Nazanin Boniadi to raise awareness and speak out against the harsh sentences recently imposed on Iranian filmmakers Jafar Panahi and M...

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    Martin Scorsese, Paul Haggis & Film Community Rallying Around Jailed Iranian Filmmakers

    As the movie community puts together their best and worst lists, and gathers around to watch their new BluRays delivered by Santa, they are also taking a moment to think about jailed Iranian filmmakers Jafar Panahi and Muhammad Rasoulof and encourage their colleagues to join in the number of petitio...

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    Review: 'Next Three Days' Is Paul Haggis Trying/Failing to Make Muscular Entertainment

    The true test of any director's dexterity and creativity lies with their ability to successfully tackle a myriad of genres. It's enough to be "good enough" in one highly specified field, but to be able to grapple with different subject matters is truly remarkable. Certainly Danny Boyle is a great contemporary example of this, as he's been able to tackle disparate genres like the zombie thriller ("28 Days Later") and heady science fiction epic ("Sunshine"), all the while able to slip back into humanist dramas like "Slumdog Millionaire" and this fall's "127 Hours." (Steven Soderbergh is another notable, current example of an itchy genre experim...

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