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    The Essentials: The 5 Best Marilyn Monroe Performances

    Close to fifty years after to her premature passing at the age of 36, there are few stars, living or dead, who have the same effect that Marilyn Monroe continues to have. An icon the likes of which the starlets of today simply can't compete with, her legacy continues to loom large, despite a relativ...

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    The Six Silent Films That Inspired "The Artist" Director Michel Hazanavicius (Gallery)

    Many filmmakers cite silent film as inspiration, but only a handful of living filmmakers have made them. With "The Artist" (opening this week), French director Michel Hazanavicius joins a small group that includes Mel Brooks ("Silent Movie") and Charles Lane ("Sidewalk Stori...

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    A Comic Master Gets His Due

    A Comic Master Gets His Due

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    Watch Now: Ari Aster's "The Strange Thing About The Johnsons" Is Short Film Gold

    I woke up early this morning and did my usual web surfing before I had to head out, just like I do most Sunday mornings.  Still somewhat sleepy, I wasn't looking for anything in particular; just something entertaining enough to provide a slight jolt of energy.  What I actually found (o...

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    Guest Post: Making Marathon Boy

    Six years ago, in an impoverished corner of India, an orphanage director and a slum boy capture the imagination of their country. Plucked from obscurity and thrust into the national spotlight, Budhia Singh ran 48 marathons by the age of 4, winning hundreds of thousands of fans and making headlines ...

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    Weekend Box Office: 'Breaking Dawn' Does $140 Million, Still Sucks Uncontrollably

    Summit was either being coy or having a bit more faith in humanity than everyone else by projecting "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part One" to open lower than "New Moon." No such luck, humankind -- the lethal siren song that is Stephenie Meyer's ignorance scored agai...

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    How I Met My Doppelganger at "Twilight," And What He Taught Me.

    How I Met My Doppelganger at "Twilight," And What He Taught Me.

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    iPOP | Penelope Ann Miller Talks 'The Artist,' Tilda Swinton at 'Kevin' Premiere and Much More

    With awards season heating up, this week was a busy one. Hopeful contenders made their New York bows at glam events to drum up hype.

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    The Sundance (Wish) List, the Muppets and IDFA Goodies: The Best of IW This Week

    This week Indiewire, Steven Soderbergh dropped out of an anticipated project, "The Muppets" got attacked, we made our Sundance wish list and much more.

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