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    The Big O: Post-Toronto, the Oscar Picture Clears – and It Isn’t a Pretty One for Actresses

    There just aren't too many showcases for female talent this year.

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    TIFF 2014 Review: 'The Good Lie' is Carefully Designed to Inspire, But Not So Much to Enlighten

    The real stars of the film, written by “Boardwalk Empire” scribe Margaret Nagle and helmed by Canadian director Philippe Falardeau, are first-time Sudanese actors Arnold Oceng, Emmanuel Jal, Ger Duany, and Kuoth Wiel, who play Sudanese refugees attempting to rebuild their lives after winning an immi...

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    The 9 Best Celebrity Photo Tweets from TIFF 2014

    Couldn't make it to this year's Toronto International Film Festival? Check out the Twitter highlights from some of the actors, directors and industry folk who were there.

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    The Renaissance Of Reese Witherspoon

    Make way for the "Reese-surgence."

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    Is Reese Witherspoon The Only Best Actress Contender We Have So Far?

    The Best Actor race is stacked, but it's a depressingly weak lineup for the women so far.

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    Todd Haynes to Direct Reese Witherspoon as Peggy Lee

    Haynes will be taking over from the deceased Nora Ephron.

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    TIFF Review: 'The Good Lie' Starring Reese Witherspoon

    In 2011, Canadian writer/director Philippe Falardeau earned acclaim and an Oscar nomination for "Monsieur Lazhar," a low key but powerful tale that joined an examination of how children cope with death with the story of an Algerian immigrant making a life for himself in Quebec. The buzz around the f...

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