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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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  • Thompson on Hollywood
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    Weekend Preview: Ides of March, Real Steel, The Way, Dirty Girl, War Doc Hell and Back Again

    The star power of this weekend's leading men -- George Clooney and Ryan Gosling of political drama The Ides of March and Hugh Jackman of amped-up sci-fi actioner Real Steel -- will make a dent in Dolphin Tale and Moneyball's current top spots. In the indiesphere, Mateo Gil's Blackthorn takes a bite out of Butch Cassidy legend, while Emilio Estevez's The Way aims to inspire and Abe Sylvia's reedited Dirty Girl attempts to push indie girl Juno Temple into leading lady status. In the mood for something French? Phillippe Le Guay's The Women on the 6th Floor is a charming trifle. Powerful war documentary Hell and Back Again is scoring the best reviews; it's indieWIRE's pick of the week.

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    London Critics' Circle Film Awards Moves to January, Aims to Stand Out from The Crowd

    The London Critics' Circle Film Awards have moved their ceremony up a month to January 19, 2012. Held at BFI Southbank, the awards will be hosted by Critics' Circle chairman Jason Solomons. Of the date change, Solomons says: "[It] will further underline the distinctive choices of winners and nominees that make The London Critics' Circle Film Awards stand out from the crowd, highlighting certain films, performances and achievements that may be overlooked by other awards events."

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    A Shaded View on Fashion and Film: Festival in Paris October 7-9

    There's a new film festival every minute, it seems. Here's a new wrinkle: the fourth edition of the first annual International Fashion, Style and Beauty Film Festival -- A Shaded View of Fashion and Film -- will launch October 7-9 in Paris. Brands, photographers, jurors, prizes and films are listed below:

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    Anton Corbijn To Direct Coldplay Concert Webcast

    Longtime rock band photographer and music video director Anton Corbijn waited until relatively late in his career to try his hand at feature filmmaking. His first effort was the austere Ian Curtis biopic "Control," which he followed up last year with the masterful assassin tale "The American." However, it seems like big screen movies aren't quite a comfortable fit for the helmer. Last fall he admitted he may only have one more film left in him, and that may be an adaptation of John le Carré‘s political thriller "A Most Wanted Man," which he signed for back in June. Not much has been heard on that front since, but Corbijn is still plenty busy. Before he gets to that film, Arts Beat report he'll team with Coldplay and helm their upcoming concert webcast for the American Express Unstaged series.

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  • Thompson on Hollywood
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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 Oscar perennial, so she should never be counted out of the Best Actress Oscar race.

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  • Shadow and Act
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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.” Now Winstead is starting to step up to where she belongs: into leading lady roles. While her latest part is in the prequel, “The Thing,” that's just the first of the big projects on the horizon for the actress, ranging from a big-budget vampire flick to an indie dramedy.

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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 One in a fantastic appearance on "Parks & Recreation" (sidenote: last week's episode was one of the best in the show's history). But for her next role, Clarkson is returning to drama and putting herself in the hands of a rising director.

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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 the person seems as perfect as Fassbender the actor. The full interview is up over at indieWIRE, but I've posted the audio below. It was actually more like 18 minutes but my recorder tragically died before the last two questions (and before all the lovemaking, of course):

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