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    Trailer of the Week: Hugh Jackman Puts Down the Claws and Gets Serious for 'Prisoners'

    Before the Trailer, We Thought: Quebec filmmaker Denis Villeneuve came to substantial acclaim and recognition with his 2010 film "Incendies," about a pair of Canadian twins who work to uncover the secrets behind their recently deceased mother's experiences in a Middle Eastern country's civil war, w...

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    WATCH: Werner Herzog's Unsettling 'Don't Text While Driving' PSA

    Be sure to check out this "Don't Text While Driving" PSA directed by Werner Herzog. Only 30 seconds long, the video has Herzog's signature observant touch, and with unsettling succinctness shows the catastrophic results of a distracted driver sending a text message as short as "On my way."

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    EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Gibney Talks Manning and Assange, Stars of his 'WikiLeaks' Expose

    Until recently, nobody knew who Bradley Manning was. Now he's all over the media, having pleaded guilty to ten charges (and not guilty to 12 others) before a Maryland military judge (see his leaked testimony here) for “misusing classified data,” the unlawful possession of classified material, exposi...

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    Trailers from Hell: John Landis on Stanley Donen's Backwoods Musical 'Seven Brides for Seven Brothers'

    Relationship Roulette! week concludes at Trailers from Hell with director John Landis introducing Stanley Donen's backwoods musical, "Seven Brides for Seven Brothers."

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    Feminist of the Day: Patrick Stewart Talks Violence Against Women

    Sir Patrick Stewart has always been an outspoken advocate on violence against women speaking out at conferences and organizations. This past weekend, Stewart was at Comicpalooza in Texas. When Stewart fan, Heather Skye thanked Stewart for his Amnesty International speech that helped her to deal with...

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    Clive Owen On 'Shadow Dancer' And An Older Film He Wants You to See (Video)

    What is the best, little-known Clive Owen film? It's not Closer or Croupier; those highly praised films showed us that no one does compassionate, conflicted intensity better than Owen -- a quality that made him a natural for Shadow Dancer as an MI-5 agent who becomes disillusioned with his job.

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    James Marsh and Andrea Riseborough Talk About the Personal, the Political and 'Shadow Dancer'

    James Marsh may be best known as the director of the Oscar-winning documentary Man on Wire, about Philippe Petit's tightrope walk between the Twin Towers, and Andrea Riseborough as the star who actually burnished her reputation by playing Wallis Simpson in Madonna's otherwise critically reviled ...

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    Watch: Charlie Sheen Changes His Name to Carlos Estevez for 'Machete Kills'

    The movie virtually no one is waiting for is almost here. "Machete Kills," the sequel to 2010's box office disappointment and aspiring cult favorite "Machete," somehow earned enough money ($26 million domestic) on a low enough budget (reported at $10.5 million) to merit its existence. That, or write...

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    Watch This: BBC's Up The Women - Written by and Starring Jessica Hynes

    Premiering tonight on BBC Four is Jessica Hynes's (star/co-writer of the cult hit Spaced) Up The Women--a sitcom set in 1910 about suffragettes.

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    Watch: Two Lonely Souls Connect in Vienna in Exclusive Trailer For Locarno Standout 'Museum Hours'

    One of the standouts at last year's Locarno Film Festival, Jem Cohen's narrative debut "Museum Hours," has a new trailer that makes a clear case for why Indiewire's Eric Kohn called it "a powerfully contemplative look at the transformative ability of all art" in his glowing review out of the event.

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