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    Watch: Some New Featurettes From 'The World's End,' the New Comedy from Edgar Wright, Simon Pegg and Nick Frost

    Director Edgar Wright and actors Simon Pegg and Nick Frost are reuniting for a third film following the successes "Shaun of the Dead" and "Hot Fuzz". Five friends reunite after 20 years, and Gary (Simon Pegg) convinces them to stage an encore of the epic pub crawl they attempted last time they saw e...

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    Sofia Coppola's Career in a Nutshell

    Sofia Coppola dissected her career with the website totalfilm.com down to a four minute nutshell.

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    Trailer Watch: Black Nativity - Directed by Kasi Lemmons

    Kasi Lemmon's Black Nativity is an adaptation of Langston Hughes' famed retelling of the Nativity story with an all black cast. Lemmon's take focuses on a teen (Jacob Latimore) who is sent by his single mother (Jennifer Hudson) to stay with her parents (Angela Bassett and Forest Whitaker) during the...

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    Trailer of the Week: Keri Russell Goes from Jane Austen Fan to 'Orphan of No Fortune' in 'Austenland'

    Before the Trailer, We Thought: Jane Austen 'superfans' signing up to relinquish all modern possessions and immerse themselves in an Austen reenactment boot camp? Sign us up. Or maybe we'll just watch (and laugh) at how it works out for Keri Russell's character in "Austenland," the feature debut of ...

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    WATCH: Thrilling New Trailer for Bong Joon-ho's Dystopian 'Snowpiercer' with Evans, Swinton and Spencer

    An action-packed new trailer for Bong Joon-ho's science fiction film "Snowpiercer" has arrived. Starring Chris Evans and Tilda Swinton, this is the Korean director's English language debut, adding to a new wave of Korean screen presence on US shores alongside Park Chan-wook's recent "Stoker" and Spi...

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    WATCH: Steamy New 'Adore' Trailer Stars Watts and Wright as Beautiful People Doing Very Bad Things

    "Adore," the controversial new film from French director Anne Fontaine starring Naomi Watts and Robin Wright, has a scandalous new trailer. Originally titled "Two Mothers" when it debuted at Sundance, this is an erotic drama about two lifelong friends who develop a dangerous attraction to each other...

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    Quote of the Day: Dustin Hoffman on Everyday Misogyny

    Dustin Hoffman in Tootsie is truly one of the great performances of all time. Hoffman talks about the experience of playing the now iconic role of Dorothy Michaels and how the process led him to think differently about women.

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    'Senna' Filmmaker and Yasiin Bey (AKA Mos Def) Show What Guantánamo Force Feeding Looks Like

    In conjunction with UK-based human rights organization Reprieve, which promotes "the rule of law around the world, and secure[s] each person's right to a fair trial," "Senna" filmmaker Asif Kapadia has shot a video with hip hop artist Yasiin Bey (Mos Def) showing the procedure acted out daily on the...

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    Watch: Gun-Toting January Jones Seeks Vengeance in Pulpy New 'Sweetwater' Trailer

    After premiering at Sundance back in January, an official trailer for "Sweetwater" has finally made its way online, promising plenty of pulp in its depiction of unrest on the 19th-century Western frontier. The film stars January Jones as Sarah, a former prostitute living on the New Mexico plains wit...

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    Trailers from Hell: Joe Dante on Joseph H. Lewis' 'The Mad Doctor of Market Street'

    Shock Theater with Joe Dante kicks off this week over at the recently revamped Trailers from Hell, with director and TFH creator Dante introducing 1942's "The Mad Doctor of Market Street," helmed by noir maestro Joseph H. Lewis ("Gun Crazy").

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