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    WATCH: Trailer for Dark Comedy 'Better Living Through Chemistry,' Starring Sam Rockwell and Olivia Wilde

    UPDATE: A trailer has arrived for dark comedy "Better Living Through Chemistry," starring Sam Rockwell and Olivia Wilde. The film has also been given a day-and-date from Samuel Goldwyn Films: March 14, for both theatrical and VOD. Watch the trailer below.

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    Watch: Sam Rockwell & Olivia Wilde Get High In Trailer For 'Better Living Through Chemistry'

    While many studios like to use the Sundance Film Festival to boost their star driven indie pics, it's a bit curious that "Better Living Through Chemistry" didn't make an appearance. After all, the cast is red carpet ready with Sam Rockwell, Olivia Wilde, Michelle Monaghan, Ray Liotta and Jane Fonda ...

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    Miles Teller Will Be Dan Aykroyd In Belushi Biopic; Margot Robbie Is Jane In 'Tarzan' & More

    While Sundance is currently teeming with celebs, agents, managers and more, all maxing out expense accounts, back in Hollywood, the grind continues, with actors and projects coming together. So here's a rundown of what's been happening in casting news the past few days...

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    Sundance Review: Keira Knightley and Sam Rockwell Charm in Lynn Shelton's 'Laggies'

    "Laggies," marks the first time Lynn Shelton has directed a film whose script she didn't personally pen. Although the story by Andrea Seigel is more tightly constructed (and much more neatly wrapped up) than Shelton's own improvised scripts, the story of arrested development in extremis fits neatly...

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    Sundance Review: Lynn Shelton’s 'Laggies' Starring Keira Knightley, Chloe Moretz & Sam Rockwell

    Given that the arrested development subgenre of comedy is chiefly the domain of men and man children, it’s nice to see the field finally tackled from a refreshing female perspective. However, while an admirable vantage point of the trapped in adultlescence genus, “Laggies,” the new film by director ...

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    'Planet Of The Apes 3' Already Dated For Summer 2016; The 'Poltergeist' Remake Will Scare You Feb 2015

    Release Date alert: Studios are still planning ahead with 2015 and even 2016 dates, and in this case it’s 20th Century Fox. Peering into the far, far future, Fox has already dated the as-of-now-untitled third 'Planet of the Apes' movie which director Matt Reeves recently signed on to make.

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    First Look: Sam Rockwell & Olivia Wilde In 'Better Living Through Chemistry'

    While we've already run down our 100 Most Anticipated Films Of 2014, it speaks to the sheer volume of movies that we could probably make a list of another 100 that just didn't make the cut. And one of them would be "Better Living Through Chemistry."

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    Review: Insipid, Painful Rom-Com 'A Case Of You' Starring Evan Rachel Wood & Justin Long

    It was only a matter of time before someone tried to fully exploit the social media age for the evils of the generic romantic comedy and "A Case Of You," a new Justin Long-led rom-com, does just that; abusing the Facebook platform to create the first FB stalker comedy. Somehow, everything creepy and...

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    Watch: Kurt Loder on Why George Clooney's 'Confessions of A Dangerous Mind' Is The Greatest Movie Ever Made

    You probably don't remember George Clooney's directorial debut, "Confessions of A Dangerous Mind" because it wasn't in theaters long, but Kurt Loder calls it "the greatest movie ever made."

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    Sam Rockwell On Going Dark for 'A Single Shot,' His Take on VOD and Where He Stands on Gun Legislation

    It's been a kudo-worthy season for Sam Rockwell, who emerged as the motor-mouthed, big-hearted highlight of July's shore-town dramedy "The Way, Way Back," and now ends the summer with a bang in David M. Rosenthal's "A Single Shot," a tight backwoods thriller that sees Rockwell deftly slip back into ...

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