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    Watch: Robert Duvall Hits The Road In Trailer For 'A Night In Old Mexico'

    Nearly a decade in the making, Robert Duvall had stuck with "A Night In Old Mexico," which reteams him with "Lonesome Dove" scribe Bill Wittliff, for years. And now the result of that patience can be seen by all with the first trailer for the movie now available with just a click below.

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    Watch: Robert Duvall Strong as Ever in Stellar 'A Night in Old Mexico' Trailer

    Phase 4 films has released the trailer for the Duvall-starring SXSW film "A Night in Old Mexico," and it looks to be no exception to the actor's inspiring late-career run.

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    With Robert Duvall At SXSW In Austin

    Robert Duvall speaks knowledgeably and enthusiastically about a number of things, but once we were in front of an audience, at South by Southwest, we focused on his remarkably rich career.

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    Interview: Robert Duvall’s Still Got It In “A Night In Old Mexico”

    It’s no surprise that Robert Duvall is a cantankerous (and charming) old coot in his new film, “A Night in Old Mexico,” helmed by the Spanish director and composer Emilio Aragón. The 83-year-old is still in fine and feisty form as Red Bovie, an old cowboy forced off his land by developers turning th...

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    WATCH: Robert Duvall Talks About His Career and 'A Night In Old Mexico'

    Robert Duvall came by the Indiewire studios at SXSW to discuss his new film, "A Night in Old Mexico," and his long-running career.

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    SXSW Premiere: Duvall Stars in 'A Night in Old Mexico'

    I'm really, really glad I liked "A Night in Old Mexico," the engaging comedy-drama that had its North American premiere Monday at SXSW. And not just because the picture -- a Tex-Mex-flavored shaggy-dog story with a touch of Elmore Leonard to its twisty plot -- is a worthy star vehicle for the great ...

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    'Out of Furnace' Director Sets Record Straight About Christian Bale; Says Public Has Wrong Impression

    "Out of the Furnace," Scott Cooper's follow-up to his debut "Crazy Heart," is an intense film. The same could be said for how the general public perceives its lead Christian Bale, following the infamous audio leak of the Oscar-winner going ballistic on his "Terminator Salvation" director of photogra...

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    Billy Bob Thornton Talks Directing 'Jayne Mansfield's Car' & Looks Back On 'Sling Blade,' 'Armageddon,' 'Bad Santa' & More

    These days, most people think of Billy Bob Thornton as an actor, thanks to his unforgettable performances in pictures like the Coens’ “The Man Who Wasn’t There,” Sam Raimi’s “A Simple Plan” and Terry Zwigoff’s “Bad Santa,” so much so that it’s easy to forget that Thornton wrote, directed and starred...

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    WATCH: Billy Bob Thornton's 'Jayne Mansfield's Car' (TRAILER)

    As Billy Bob Thornton rejoins the Coen brothers' for their new "Fargo" TV series, at long last, his fest circuit veteran "Jayne Mansfield's Car" will be available on-demand August 20th and in theaters on September 13 via Anchor Bay Films. Marking "Slingblade" writer-director Thornton's first film si...

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    Watch: New Trailer For Billy Bob Thornton's 'Jayne Mansfield's Car' Starring Robert Duvall, Kevin Bacon & More

    Despite hitting festivals last year in Berlin, Austin and St. Louis, and a star-studded cast, it has taken a while for Billy Bob Thornton's ensemble dramedy "Jayne Mansfield's Car" to make its way to theaters. But that may also be because studios just aren't in the business of ensemble dramedies so ...

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