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    WATCH: Kevin Kline as Errol Flynn Woos '50s Glam Dakota Fanning in 'The Last of Robin Hood' Trailer

    Swashbuckling screen icon Errol Flynn, who made his way from Australia to Hollywood in the 1930s, comes to life in "The Last of Robin Hood," a snapshot of the 1950s winter of his career -- when infamously pursued teenage Bevery Aadland. It stars Kevin Kline, Dakota Fanning and Susan Sarandon.

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    Watch: Dakota Fanning Romances Errol Flynn In Trailer For 'The Last Of Robin Hood'

    Handsome, dashing, popular ... movie legend Errol Flynn had the world in the palm of his hand during his heydey, but when the '40s rolled around, her personal life overcame his onscreen persona. A trial for statutory rape—from which he was acquitted after a very public trial—forever damaged his repu...

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    'Ping Pong Summer' Packs Feel-Good Retro Vibes

    “Ping Pong Summer” is a satisfyingly predictable feel-good bonanza realized with such careful and loving passion for the past that is hard not to fall for its charm.

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    Review: 'Ping Pong Summer' Is A Charming Indie Comedy Dunked In Nostalgia But Lacking In Depth

    What’s fascinating and kind of fun about Michael Tully’s charmingly low rent “Ping Pong Summer” is that it is a movie set in the Me Decade that is based almost exclusively on nostalgia. It doesn’t just help the movie get past the finish line; it props it up and holds it together. Without such a heav...

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    Exclusive: Susan Sarandon Flashes Suburban Street Cred in 'Ping Pong Summer' Clip

    Set in 1985, "Ping Pong Summer" comes with a bleached color palette that makes for the ideal cinematic cocktail for summer.

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    Review: 'Ping Pong Summer' Delights in 1980s Nostalgia, But There's More To It Than That

    With “Ping Pong Summer,” director Michael Tully (“Cocaine Angel,” “Septien”) gives us a film about the childhood he remembers: summers in Ocean City, Maryland (where the film was shot), cheesy arcade games, pastels, Nike, and hip hop.

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    Watch: Susan Sarandon, Amy Sedaris & More Kicking It Old School In 'Ping Pong Summer' Trailer

    Complete with Hi-Top Nikes and "phat" hip-hop beats, the mid-80s never seemed so cool.

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    Watch: New Trailer For Sundance Comedy 'Ping Pong Summer' With Susan Sarandon, Amy Sedaris & More

    You try and do what you can at film festivals, and sometimes scheduling sleeping/eating/screenings just doesn't work out. So this past January at Sundance, "Ping Pong Summer" just didn't make it onto our radar, but the buzz seemed to be good both there and at SXSW (where we missed it again), but the...

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    Claire Danes, Iman, Idina Menzel Among Variety's Power of Women

    Nancy Dubuc, Sarah Jessica Parker, and Susan Sarandon will also be honored for their humanitarian efforts.

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    Alex Gibney, Robert Redford and Susan Sarandon Pen Anti-Death Penalty Op-ed

    Alex Gibney and Robert Redford are the executive producers of "Death Row Stories," a CNN docuseries that premiered March 9th and explores different cases of capital crimes, raising pressing questions about the death penalty and process. Susan Sarandon, who won an Oscar for her role in "Dead Man Walk...

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