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    Samuel L. Jackson Is President of the USA in Survival Thriller 'Big Game' (New Pics)

    The project is an adrenaline-fueled action adventure that takes the universal rite-of-passage theme and combines it with the thrill of high-concept action.

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    Watch: Will Antonio Banderas Help the Robots Rise in 'Automata'?

    A bold trailer for the Antonio Banderas-starring sci-fi film 'Automata.'

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    Interview: Director Donovan Cook on “Mickey, Donald, Goofy: The Three Musketeers”

    New to Blu-ray is one of Disney’s best made-for-DVD animated features (yes, there are good ones): Mickey, Donald, Goofy: The Three Musketeers. Donovan Cook (Return to Neverland, 2 Stupid Dogs, Nightmare Ned, Duckman) was the director behind this overlooked Mickey masterpiece - and he recalls working...

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    Watch: Trailers For Martin Scorsese’s List Of The 39 Foreign Films You Should See Before You Die

    You may have heard this one before: several years ago a young filmmaker (Colin Levy) wrote to Martin Scorsese asking which films he should see in order to broaden his cinematic horizons. Much to his surprise the director answered him and provided a list, through his assistant, of 39 essential foreig...

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    Margaret Atwood Talks Adapting 'MaddAddam' Trilogy with Aronofsky and HBO

    Darren Aronofsky's got another flood on his hands after this year's "Noah": he's executive producing an HBO adaptation of Margaret Atwood's MaddAddam trilogy, set in the middle of the 21st century after a so-called Waterless Flood that nearly wipes all of humanity off the planet.

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    'The One I Love': The Marketing Campaign That Makes Sense Even If the Film Doesn't Need It

    The all-out assault on "The One I Love" spoilers doesn't seemingly fit the film it's promoting. But is this strategy as wrong-headed as some are claiming or is it a guideline that more movies should follow?

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    On The Rise 2014: 13 Actresses To Watch

    We’re about to hit a real sea-change with the kind of movies Hollywood is making. For years, studio bosses shied away from the idea of making movies with female leads that weren’t weepies or romantic comedies, but last year saw the three of the top-grossing movies — “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire,...

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  • Thompson on Hollywood
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    'Trip to Italy' Star Rob Brydon to Host BAFTA LA's Britannias on October 30, BAFTA Awards Timetable

    Are you a fan of "The Trip" or "Trip to Italy?" Welsh comedian Rob Brydon costars in these Michael Winterbottom road trip comedies with Steve Coogan, and both are hilarious. There's something authentic and yet well-performed about the setup--two old actor friends go along on a food trip, competing f...

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    Bobby Womack Biopic in Development. Who Should Play Him?

    Assuming this actually happens, who should cast to play Bobby Womack?

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    Stop Judging Movies Off of Production Stills

    Yesterday's first-day photo of "Ant-Man" got some wondering why we haven't seen photos of "Fantastic Four" yet. Answer: who cares?

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