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    Watch: Robin Wright Beds Her Best Friend's Son in a NSFW 'Adore' Clip

    The subject of much derision at this year's Sundance Film Festival, Anne Fontaine's English language debut "Adore" (previously titled "Two Mothers") features a premise that's sure to raise more than a few eyebrows.

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    Lionsgate Takes Anton Corbijn's Spy Thriller 'A Most Wanted Man,' Starring Philip Seymour Hoffman

    Lionsgate has snapped up US rights for spy thriller "A Most Wanted Man," starring Philip Seymour Hoffman, Rachel McAdams, Robin Wright and Willem Dafoe. The film is helmed by Anton Corbijn ("The American"), and adapted from the novel by John Le Carre.

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    Listen To Robin Wright Sing & Watch Two Featurettes From Ari Folman's 'The Congress'

    After receiving rave reviews for his animated feature “Waltz with Bachir” in 2008, Israeli director Ari Folman divided critics with his new movie “The Congress” at the Directors' Fortnight in Cannes this year. Our reviewer on the field described the piece as ambitious, unique and bold but "overloade...

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    WATCH: Steamy New 'Adore' Trailer Stars Watts and Wright as Beautiful People Doing Very Bad Things

    "Adore," the controversial new film from French director Anne Fontaine starring Naomi Watts and Robin Wright, has a scandalous new trailer. Originally titled "Two Mothers" when it debuted at Sundance, this is an erotic drama about two lifelong friends who develop a dangerous attraction to each other...

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    New Trailer: Adore - Directed by Anne Fontaine

    Anne Fontaine's latest, Adore, stars Naomi Watts and Robin Wright as two lifelong friends who both end up in majorly boundary crossing relationships with each other's sexy grown sons.

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    Watch: Naomi Watts and Robin Wright Swap Sons in Steamy 'Adore' Trailer

    Having been the subject of plenty of talk and controversy at Sundance back in January, as well as undergoing a name change from its original title "Two Mothers," Exclusive Releasing has released a US trailer for "Adore." The film features Naomi Watts and Robin Wright as Lil and Roz, two women who ha...

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    Drafthouse Films and Films We Like Acquire Ari Folman's Cannes Entry 'The Congress,' Starring Robin Wright

    Drafthouse Films and Films We Like have co-acquired North American rights to Ai Folman's anticipated follow-up to "Waltz With Bashir," "The Congress," starring Robin Wright, Harvey Keitel, Jon Hamm and Paul Giamatti. The animated-live action hybrid opened the Cannes Director's Fortnight sidebar this...

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    'F*ck yeah, let's go:' Robin Wright Discusses Playing Robin Wright in Ari Folman's Divisive Cannes Drama 'The Congress'

    "This movie is not autobiographical in any way," Robin Wright stressed to the press seated for a roundtable session in Cannes to discuss "The Congress," Ari Folman’s half live-action, half animated hallucinatory indictment of the moviemaking industry starring Wright as a character named...Robin Wrig...

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    Cannes Review: Ari Folman's Hybrid 'The Congress' Befuddles More than It Bedazzles

    Ari Folman’s “The Congress” begins well enough, with the sheer physical presence of Robin Wright center screen, tears popping from her eyes. The actress, who in real life has aged gracefully into strength – or maybe it’s just bitterness -- plays “Robin Wright,” an aging actress who has made many “lo...

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    Cannes: Is Ari Folman's 'The Congress' The Most Anti-Hollywood Movie Ever Made?

    "A genius designer on an acid trip" is the way one character describes the futuristic animated universe of Ari Folman's "The Congress," one of the most startling uses of the medium to come along in years.

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