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    Recipe for a Successful Cinematheque Ball: Matthew McConaughey

    Hollywood is rife with tributes, glam red carpet events with sponsors and scads of cameras. What I love about the fall's annual American Cinematheque Ball is that sometimes--not always--there's a grain of authenticity.

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    Sandra Bullock and David Gordon Green's 'Our Brand Is Crisis' Gets Going

    Cameras are now rolling on Sandra Bullock, who plays a coveted political consultant, in the latest from maverick indie director David Gordon Green.

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    Sandra Bullock to Star in and Produce Political Drama 'Our Brand Is Crisis'

    Based on Rachel Boynton's 2005 documentary of the same name, 'Our Brand is Crisis' "focuses on the use of American political campaign strategies in South America."

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    Sandra Bullock Weighs Post-'Gravity' Options, Which Brand Will She Pick?

    Sandra Bullock has passed some remarkable milestones this year. She's become probably the highest paid actress for a single project in Hollywood history, taking home a man's size share of the gross for her Oscar-nominated role in Alfonso Cuaron's "Gravity," a rare instance of a Hollywood actress car...

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    Forbes Names Hollywood's Top-Earning Actresses In 2014

    There's been a lot of talk about women-driven movies in recent months, and rightly so. In recent years studios have shirked from movies starring and aimed at women, turning away from weepies and rom-coms, with conventional wisdom saying that men are bigger moviegoers who won't bother with big-budget...

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