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    First Look At Shia LaBeouf & Evan Rachel Wood Getting Close In 'The Necessary Death Of Charlie Countryman'

    "The Necessary Death Of Charlie Countryman" is coming, and it looks like it could be right around the corner. Over the summer we learned that a Sundance or Berlin premiere was being eyed, and rarely do things happen in a vacuum in the movie world, so keep your eyes peeled for the picture a...

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    Uma Thurman Joins Lars von Trier's Erotic Epic 'Nymphomaniac'

    Uma Thurman has become the latest bold-faced name to join the cast of Lars von Trier's erotic epic "Nymphomaniac," a two-part drama currently shooting in Germany, and scheduled for 2013 release in both soft and hardcore versions. The actress takes her place alongside Charlotte Gainsbourg, Stellan Sk...

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    Director John Hillcoat and Screenwriter Nick Cave Talk 'Lawless'

    At Cannes, I sat down with the director and screenwriter of "Lawless," John Hillcoat and Nick Cave, who also wrote "The Proposition." This gorgeously mounted period adaptation of "The Wettest County in the World," which is palying out around the country, about the real-...

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    8 New Photos From Robert Redford's 'The Company That You Keep'

    While 1980's Oscar-winning directorial debut "Ordinary People" remains a potent and emotional picture, and 1994's "Quiz Show" is a rare and rich drama, Robert Redford's output behind the camera over the last decade or so can be characterised mostly by two words -- 'sleep aid.' None of "The Legend of...

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    TIFF Review: Robert Redford's 'The Company You Keep' Is An Unconvincing Bit Of Agitprop

    The third film in Robert Redford’s recent series of stillborn, bleeding heart dramas, "The Company You Keep" is a busy but inert civic-minded thriller. As a director, Redford has yet to break his recent habit of using hackneyed dialogue to talk down to his audience with Aaron Sorkin-...

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    Holy Shia! LaBeouf Says Lars von Trier Cast Him In 'Nymphomaniac' Because He Sent a Sex Tape to the Director

    This "Lawless" press tour just keeps getting nuttier and nuttier thanks to aspiring indie stalwart Shia LaBeouf.

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    Watch: Robert Redford Goes On The Run From Shia LaBeouf In Trailer For 'The Company You Keep'

    It's interesting to see how films rise or fall during the fall festival season. As critics and industry put together their schedules, a variety of factors determine which movies they'll see and which they'll pass on for now, perhaps to wait for another day. And you can bet when Sony Pict...

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    Review: The Bondurant Boys Deal Moonshine & Violence In John Hillcoat's Lively 'Lawless'

    "It's not violence that sets men apart, it's the distance they're willing to go," Forrest Bondurant (Tom Hardy) tells his youngest brother Jack (Shia LaBeouf) in "Lawless." And with a set of brass knuckles in his pocket and a pistol in his waistband, he knows what he&...

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    Lawless—movie review

    When a movie has as much going for it as this one, it’s discouraging when it doesn’t deliver on its promise. Yet 'Lawless' pulls the magician’s trick of distraction, offering enough superficial entertainment value—with atmospheric use of locations, charismatic actors, and spurts of shocking violence...

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    Shia LaBeouf Says He Dropped Acid While Making 'Charlie Countryman' Because He's Method Or Something

    Some people drop acid just to trip balls, or if you're Roger Sterling, to keep up with your progressive, younger wife. But for Shia LaBeouf it's all about art, man, and the actor went the extra mile for his upcoming movie "The Necessary Death Of Charlie Countryman."

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