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    Watch: Ava DuVernay is Back With First Rousing Trailer for 'Selma'

    Taking place over three months in the heated summer of 1965, "Selma" is a late-coming Oscar contender with more familiar faces than you can count.

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    Watch: First International Trailer For Police Thriller 'Felony' Starring Joel Edgerton

    Unlike his “Warrior” co-star Tom Hardy, Australian actor Joel Edgerton has stuck to being part of smaller films and taking smaller roles like his outing as a member of Seal Team Six in “Zero Dark Thirty” – Baz Luhrmann’s gaudy adaptation of “The Great Gatsby” notwithstanding. Edgerton’s latest is th...

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    FIRST LOOK: Ava DuVernay's MLK Biopic 'Selma' Headed for Awards Season

    When Paramount Pictures and Pathé announced earlier this month that "Selma," Ava DuVernay's Martin Luther King, Jr. film would be released on Christmas Day, they set award prognosticating tongues wagging.

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    Tom Wilkinson and Emily Watson Family Film 'Little Boy' Acquired by Open Road

    "Little Boy," a powerful family film starring Tom Wilkinson and Emily Watson has been picked up by Open Road Films for U.S. distribution.

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    New Trailer For Millenium's "Good People" With James Franco & Kate Hudson

    Here's the first look at Millenium Films' "Good People", the upcoming thriller starring James Franco, Kate Hudson, Tom Wilkinson and Omar Sy.

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    Review: 'Belle' Starring Gugu Mbatha-Raw & Tom Wilkinson Is A Lovely Film for Jane Austen Fans

    Adaptations of Jane Austen’s work and other Georgian-era-set films arrive via indie theaters and PBS almost as though they’re on a schedule. Fans of witty stories of class-defying romance get their fix of empire-waist dresses, demure courtships and misunderstandings every year or so, but there’s oft...

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