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    Hailee Steinfeld Falls In Love With 'Romeo & Juliet'

    For the young Hailee Steinfeld, the Oscar-nominated star of "True Grit," the world is her oyster. While Jennifer Lawrence has quickly turned Oscar glory into a lead role in a major franchise with "The Hunger Games," Steinfeld hasn't been in quite a rush to decide on what's next. She, too, was briefl...

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    Watch: Tom Hardy & Joel Edgerton Fight Each Other In Trailer For 'Warrior'

    Tom Hardy breaks out his "Bronson" bod once again for "Warrior," the MMA fighting drama that finds Joel Edgerton playing his brother and centers on the siblings who will have to face each other in the ring for money and their father's love or something like that.

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    REVIEW | Transgender Melancholia in Portuguese "To Die Like a Man"

    Portuguese director João Pedro Rodrigues has carved out a niche in contemporary queer cinema over the past ten years with a trio of confrontational, subversive features. After completing "The Phantom" in 2000, Rodrigues continued his rise with the Cannes Directors Fortnight entry "Two Drifters" in 2...

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    New Pics: 'Fright Night' Remake, Taylor Lautner's 'Abduction' & Rob Zombie's 'Lords Of Salem'

    Some new pics to sate your appetite for now until the full-on marketing campaigns begin for these films.

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    Ashland Independent Film Festival Runs April 7-11, Awards Shearer, Spurlock

    Thursday I'm heading up to Oregon's Ashland Independent Film Festival (the tenth), where I'll be interviewing this year's AIFF Rogue Award winners, Harry Shearer (This is Spinal Tap, The Big Uneasy) and Morgan Spurlock (The Greatest Movie Ever Sold). I will also check out Measure for Measure and Jul...

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    Q&A: Joe Wright Talks 'Hanna,' Says He Was "Terrified" At First About Directing The Action Sequences

    Says 'Oldboy' A Work Of "Genius," Cites Robert Bresson's 'Pickpocket' As An Inspiration & Is Totally Bored When Shooting Blue ScreenThis weekend, there will really be nothing quite like "Hanna" in theaters. Oh sure, there's "Sucker Punch", another film about ass-kicking girls, but it lacks the kine...

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    Meet the 2011 Tribeca Filmmakers | "Lotus Eaters," "Last Rights" & "Dreams of Sushi"

    The 10th anniversary edition of the Tribeca Film Festival is drawing near, with the event kicking off April 20th and continuing through May 1st. indieWIRE is again spotlighting emerging (and some veteran) filmmakers screening new work in this year's festival, with a focus on TFF's Narrative Feature ...

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    Watch: Trailer For Roland Emmerich's 'Anonymous' Thin On Plot, Big On Ridiculous Misuse Of Radiohead

    We suppose you gotta sell a costume drama conspiracy movie about whether or not Shakespeare actually wrote his massive body of work somehow. But setting it to Radiohead's "Everything In Its Right Place" is just plain dumb.

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    Film Noir: Mildred Pierce...And More

    When I was a kid, the first sign of spring was the arrival of the Good Humor truck in my neighborhood, bringing my favorite ice-cream pops (like the unforgettable Chocolate Éclair). Nowadays, I know it’s spring when the Noir City: Hollywood Festival arrives at the Egyptian Theater, under the auspice...

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    Less Froth, More Nazis: A Darker “Upstairs Downstairs”

    The new Upstairs Downstairs is as visually glittering as you might want. The camera swirls around a crystal chandelier in the opening credits; the stylish young owners of 165 Eaton Place have painted the walls in the entry hall a beautiful peacock blue. And glamor? Wallis Simpson drops by a cocktail...

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