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    WATCH: 7-Minute Video on the Making of 'Star Trek: Into Darkness'

    Unlike most promo featurettes, Paramount Pictures' seven minutes of behind-the-scenes footage on the making of "Star Trek: Into Darkness" isn't glossily spliced with interviews. It actually tries to capture what it was like during filming on the set of the J. J. Abrams' film. (It's not completely s...

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    WATCH: Featurette on Soderbergh's Cannes-Bound 'Behind the Candelabra,' Starring Douglas and Damon

    To prep you for Steven Soderbergh's upcoming biopic, "Behind the Candelabra," HBO just released a fantastic 12-minute short movie about the making of the feature. More than getting into the nitty-gritty of the production, these clips cover much of Liberace's biography, psychology, exuberance, and ch...

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    WATCH: Winsome 60 Second 'Star Wars' Recap

    Prefer to think about "Star Wars" rather than the Kentucky Derby or Cinco de Mayo? These are the droids you're looking for! Enjoy this animated version of "Episode IV." Not a plot point is missed in this simple rehashing. The light sabers are particularly amusing.

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    Here Are Indiewire's Top 10 Articles of the Week: Lars von Trier, Soderbergh's 'State of Cinema' Address, Best of Tribeca and More

    With most spring festivals moving out of the way, this week's main focus was on the filmmakers, with one of film's most controversial filmmakers returning with a new poster, while another prepared to exit in grand fashion with one of film's most inspiring speeches in some time. And with the doors no...

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    Watch: Exclusive Cannes Teaser For David Rich's Documentary-Animation Hybrid 'Actor?'

    Director/Executive Producer David B. Rich's "Actor?" boasts itself as the first ever "ani-mentary," a feature film documentary almost entirely animated. Featuring interviews with Ed Asner, Doris Roberts, Robert Loggia, Alan Thicke, Dee Wallace, and many others, the film provides an in-depth discussi...

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    Clipping Del Toro's 'Pacific Rim' (VIDEO)

    Warner Bros. has released the WonderCon footage of "Pacific Rim" (July 12) and it’s the most exciting and extensive glimpse yet of Guillermo del Toro’s summer tentpole and VFX Oscar contender.

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    Watch Xavier Dolan's Controversial Music Video For French Band Indochine's 'College Boy'

    Quebec filmmaker Xavier Dolan has offered us something to hold us over in between films (his next, "Tom at the Farm," is in post-production now) with a stunning black-and-white music video for French band Indochine's single "College Boy" that is already stirring up considerable controversy.

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    Trailer of the Week: Kristen Wiig and Annette Bening Make for One Dysfunctional Family in 'Girl Most Likely'

    Before the trailer, we thought: With Kristen Wiig's first post-"Bridesmaids" starring role, a supporting cast that includes Annette Bening and Matt Dillon in welcome comedic roles, all signs pointed to a return to form for "American Splendor" directors Shari Spring Berman and Robert Pulcini, followi...

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