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    Why Taylor Schilling Could Be Our Mary Tyler Moore

    Like Mary and Mary, Taylor and Piper tackle some of their show's least colorful beats. But even at Piper's darkest, most unstable and ambiguous moments, creator Jenji Kohan has given us a loyalty-engendering face of warmth and familiarity to trace through the journey, a rock at the center of her ko...

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    Cartoon Saloon Gives A Peek At "Song Of The Sea"

    Cartoon Saloon animation studio gave a presentation at Woodbury University in Burbank, California - the same presentation that Cartoon Saloon gave at the 2014 Comic-Con International in San Diego the previous week - on the studio’s second theatrical animated feature, Song of the Sea, due to be relea...

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    Why is Russia Commemorating WWI With a Propaganda Film?

    A new Russian film documents its little-known battalion of women soldiers during WWI. But the story behind the production is as fascinating as the one that inspired it.

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    Immersed in Movies: Filoni and Kinberg Talk 'Star Wars Rebels' at Comic-Con

    A year before Star Wars: Episode VII, we get the animated series Star Wars Rebels as a bridge between Revenge of the Sith and A New Hope (premiering in October on Disney Channel as a one-hour special before commencing on Disney XD). I spoke with exec producers Dave Filoni (The Clone Wars) and Sim...

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    How to Promote 'A Most Wanted Man' Without Philip Seymour Hoffman: Anton Corbijn on the Hard Experience

    Director Anton Corbjn ("Control," "The American") sat down with Indiewire to discuss the experience of working with Philip Seymour Hoffman on his latest thriller "A Most Wanted Man," and what's it's been like to do press for the film without his leading man by his side. The film, based on John Le Ca...

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    Dowdle Brothers Talk Supernatural Paris Catacombs of 'As Above, So Below' at Comic-Con (TRAILER)

    The found-footage sub-genre has really come of age, and the Dowdle Brothers ("Quarantine") give it their own supernatural spin with "As Above, So Below" (Aug. 29). But although they were playing with an Indiana Jones-like archaeological bit of horror, John Erick and Drew told me after the Legendary ...

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    10 Comic Books That Deserve To Be Movies

    As we all know, you can’t swing a cat in a multiplex without hitting a comic book movie of some kind (or without being prosecuted on animal cruelty charges). So far in 2014, “I Frankenstein,” “300: Rise Of An Empire,” “Noah” (kind of), “Captain America: The Winter Soldier,” “The Amazing Spider-Man 2...

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    Trans In The Mainstream: 5 Takes On The Representation of Trans Men and Women In Film

    How do transgender stories fit into a film industry so focused on economic return? And how can trans filmmakers and audiences alike ensure those stories are told?

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    'The Expendables 3' Torrent and the Techno-Utopian Delusion

    Download an advance copy if you want. Just don't pretend you're helping the movie by doing it.

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    Giving Props: Lester Walton Should not be Forgotten!

    I suspect that many of you have never heard of the man so I'm going to give you an idea of what he was about.

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