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    'Prometheus' Stars Theron & Rapace Sing Praises For Non-Objectifying Ridley Scott

    EW's cover story on "Prometheus" (May 18) helps to highlight why so many of us are looking forward to the Ridley Scott film. Not only does "Prometheus" signal Scott's return to his "Alien" roots (he tells EW he was "marginally hurt" that he was never a...

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    First Official Images Of Elijah Wood & Nora Arnezeder In 'Maniac' Remake

    We gotta admit, when we first heard about Elijah Wood starring in a remake of the 1980 splatter pic "Maniac," we figured it was just going to be another run of the mill genre outing. And having Franck Khalfoun -- the guy who directed two movies you didn't see, "P2" and &...

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    2012 New Projects We're Excited About #6 - RZA's "The Man With The Iron Fists"

    2012 New Projects We're Excited About #6 - RZA's "The Man With The Iron Fists"

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    First Look At Jean-Louis Trintignant & Emmanuelle Riva In Michael Haneke's 'Amour'

    Having been kept tightly under wraps for more than a year, with its Cannes Festival Premiere just over a week away, we finally have our first official look at Michael Haneke's "Amour."

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    Watch: Matthias Schoenaerts Throws Punches In 3 Clips From 'Rust And Bone' With Marion Cotillard

    That's right, the floodgates are open and marketing material for the Cannes Film Festival selections are pouring out, and the latest are two gritty clips from Jacques Audiard's "Rust And Bone."

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    Watch: 2 Great Clips From Jeff Nichols' 'Mud' Starring Matthew McConaughey

    So is Matthew McConaughey going to be the man of Cannes in 2012? The actor is already earning some serious buzz due to a recent string of roles that have seen him drop the shirtless rom-com act and man up for some juicy parts. He hits the Croisette with two movies in tow, Lee Daniels' "T...

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    British-Nigerian Actor Nonso Anozie ("Game Of Thrones") Talks To S&A About Stage, TV & Film Career + More...

    Standing at 6ft 6inches tall, and weighing some 250+ proportionate pounds, 32-year old British actor of Nigerian descent, Nonso Anozie, cuts an imposing figure, one that made this writer feel rather scrawny, despite the fact that I’m not exactly the slightest guy myself.

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    Watch An Exclusive Clip from Maïwenn's Gripping Cannes Winner 'Polisse'

    This time last year, Maïwenn's "Polisse" was days away from winning the Cannes Jury prize. It would go on to travel the global festival circuit and pick up a pair of Césars along the way (it was nominated for thirteen). Sundance Selects releases the film May 18, and adult a...

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    Remember 'Shanghai' Starring John Cusack & Chow Yun-Fat? Well, It's Going Straight To Blu-ray...In England

    Imagine you have a film with a cast of established international names like John Cusack, Chow Yun-fat, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Franka Potente, Gong Li, David Morse and Ken Watanabe, a director who’s done some respectable work on Hollywood thrillers like "Derailed" and “1408,&rdquo...

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    Trailer Watch: 'Gangster Squad' Stars Penn, Gosling and Brolin as Cops and Mobsters

    The trailer for Ruben Fleischer's based-on-a-true-story "Gangster Squad" (which was rumored to be heading to Cannes), reveals a starry ensemble of A-listers playing cops and mobsters, led by heavily accented scene-chewers Sean Penn and Ryan Gosling.

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