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    George Clooney Brought A Nerf Gun To The Set Of 'The Ides Of March'

    Grant Heslov & Evan Rachel Wood Discuss Bringing The Political Tale To The Big ScreenGeorge Clooney’s new political thriller, “The Ides of March,” which he directs and stars in as fictional political candidate Governor Mike Morris, is a cautionary tale from the perspective of a hopeful political cam...

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    Watch: Charlize Theron Is The Girl You Hated In High School In The First Trailer For 'Young Adult'

    Update: /Film have a slightly raunchier version of the trailer. Watch below.

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    Trailer Watch: Michelle Williams Wows in My Week with Marilyn Trailer

    If anybody could do it, it's Michelle Williams. Check out the first trailer for My Week with Marilyn, featuring what looks to be a knockout performance by Williams as icon Marilyn Monroe. I'll seeing the film at its gala premiere at the New York Film Festival on Sunday, October 9. Williams is an Osc...

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    Trailer for Robin Givens' New Film "Should've Put A Ring On It"

    I may currently be on the other side of the world, with limited access to a computer, but when important news breaks I'm on it.

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    Mary Elizabeth Winstead Doubts She'll Be Back For 'Die Hard 5'

    Says She'll Be Playing Mary Todd From The Ages Of 19-46 In 'Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter'After a series of smaller parts in “Live Free or Die Hard” and “Death Proof,” Mary Elizabeth Winstead set geek hearts aflutter as the quirky, purple-haired vixen Ramona Flowers in “Scott Pilgrim Vs. the World...

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    Patricia Clarkson Will Head To Eco-Terrorist Thriller 'The East'

    Patricia Clarkson is simply one of the best (and one of our favorite) actresses out there. And while the Oscar nominee can do dramatic work with ease, more recently she has been showing that she's just as adept at comedy, delivering memorable turns in "Easy A," "Friends With Benefits," and as Tammy ...

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    14 Minutes and 50 Seconds With Michael Fassbender

    A few days back I had the ridiculous pleasure of interviewing Mr. Michael Fassbender when he was in New York promoting both "Shame" and "A Dangerous Method" at the New York Film Festival. Clever, insightful and seemingly quite humble, I'm happy to report that Fassbender th...

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    'Pitbull' Was The Original Title Of 'The Kid With A Bike' But Distributors Turned It Down

    The Dardenne Brothers Hit NYFF '11 And Talk Casting, Scoring & MoreAre there any filmmakers as consistent as our favorite Belgian siblings the Dardenne Brothers? While they won't break any box office records, every instalment of the arthouse duo's output (though as per request and general lack of ac...

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    Halle Berry's "Dark Tide" Gets Some French Attention (Pics + Teaser Trailer)

    Hmm... stumbled upon this French Facebook page for Halle's Berry's still unreleased shark thriller Dark Tide. On it, I found a much longer synopsis than anything I've seen thus far, as well as several photos of Halle, co-star Olivier Martinez, and a few sharks.

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    On Amy Poehler's "Parks and Rec": Gotcha Journalism and Birthers

    It’s a Sarah Palin paranoid-fantasy come true, just in time to ride the wave of her not-running-for-president announcement. On the next episode of Parks and Recreation, when Leslie Knope (Amy Poehler) promotes her new book on the local Pawnee television show, she becomes the victim of gotcha journal...

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