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    Oscar Predictions 2015

    Now that most of the contenders have been screened, we update the state of the Oscar race for 2015.

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    Watch: Christopher Meloni is Judge, Jury and Butcher in Michael Ian Black's 'Beef'

    The "Law & Order: SVU" veteran gets his funny on in the trailer for Paramount Digital Entertainment's new series.

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    MoMA's Contenders Lineup Is a Heavenly Slate of the Year's Best Films

    NY's MoMA and the Hammer Museum in LA offer a bicoastal survey of the year's best films, including the New York premiere of J.C. Chandor's 'A Most Violent Year.' Here's the lineup.

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    Coen Brothers' 'Hail, Caesar!' Gets Release Date

    It's official. The Coen Brothers' upcoming comedy starring George Clooney has a US release date.

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    Rolling Stone's Horror List Highlights Some Genuinely Unusual 'Films You Haven't Seen'

    "X Films You Haven't Seen" lists are usually tiresome and filled with obvious picks, but Rolling Stone actually shined a light on some real hidden gems.

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    ‘Interstellar’ Q & A: Nolan Set Out To Make Modern-Day ‘Close Encounters’

    Before the European premiere of "Interstellar" in London’s Leicester Square, the film’s main cast and director Christopher Nolan assembled for a press conference at the Claridge’s Hotel. Nolan was joined by Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, Jessica Chastain, Michael Caine, Mackenzie Foy and his wi...

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    BBC Worldwide Acquires John Boorman's Autobiographical Drama 'Queen and Country'

    Five time Academy Award-nominated director and writer John Boorman's star studded post-war film has found a home.

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    Here's How to Do Branded Content: The Weinstein Company's Lexus Film Series Gets it Right

    The Weinstein and Lexus partnership is giving global, online audiences quality commercials presented as short films.

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    'I Ship It': Why Short Film and YouTube Make Such a Good Match

    There's no doubt that YouTube has become a great tool for artists. Music videos, personal vlog channels, web series and more all dominate the site and have given rise to a number of stars. There's a dominance in format – videos are often no more than five minutes long, heirs to comedy sketches and q...

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    CAMERIMAGE Announces Stephen Daldry's 'Trash' Among Main Competition Titles

    It's a tight race for the Golden, Silver and Bronze Frogs this year.

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    WATCH: This New Video Essay Shows the Turning Point in Movies From SNOWPIERCER Back to Looney Tunes

    Tony Zhou's newest video essay reminds us that a Warner Brothers cartoon, "Snowpiercer," "The Walking Dead," "The Matrix," "Eyes Wide Shut," "The Untouchables," and many other films have one thing in common.

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    2015 Golden Globe Nominees: Best Actor in a Drama Series

    No Bryan Cranston? No Matthew McConaughey? No worries -- competition is still fierce for the Best Actor trophy even without the two biggest names.

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