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    Actresses Cotillard, Watts, Hathaway, Weisz, Field, Hunt & Adams Talk Fear, Fame, Nudity & Gender at THR Roundtable

    This year's THR Actress Roundtable features a smattering of lead and supporting actress contenders: Marion Cotillard ("Rust and Bone"), Naomi Watts ("The Impossible"), Helen Hunt ("The Sessions"), Anne Hathaway ("Les Miserables"), Sally Field ("Lincoln"), Rachel Weisz ("The Deep Blue Sea") and Amy A...

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    Trailer Watch: Admission Written by Karen Croner, Starring Tina Fey

    Tina Fey stars in Admission, adapted by Karen Croner from a novel by Jean Hanff Korelitz, a film that looks to be more of a dramatic foray for Fey. She plays a college admissions officer who receives a call from a high school teacher (Paul Rudd) who believes a student of his may be the son she gave ...

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    This American Life's Live Stage Show 'The Invisible Made Visible' Now Available Online [Trailer]

    In "The Invisible Made Visible," radio show This American Life went live onstage for "radio you can watch."

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    Weekend Recap: Jeremy Renner on SNL, 'Now You See Me' Trailer, Rome Fest Winners, Stoppard on Love, and PT Anderson SteadiCams

    The weekend in review, from Jeremy Renner's SNL stint to Tom Stoppard's knowledge of "Anna Karenina" and a brief history of Paul Thomas Anderson's relationship with the SteadiCam.

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    Watch: The Pivot That Saved Twitter, As Explained by 'We Live in Public' Filmmaker Ondi Timoner (Video)

    "We Live in Public," "Cool It" and "Dig!" filmmaker Ondi Timoner has put together a short film about the moment that created Twitter. Even if you already know the fabled origin story, this easily digestible nugget of storytelling from the two-time Sundance Film Festi...

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    Watch & Listen: 'Looper' Composer Nathan Johnson Discusses His Unorthodox Music-making Methods

    Check out these videos of "Looper" composer Nathan Johnson discussing his unorthodox approach to scoring in Rian Johnson's critically acclaimed sci-fi film...

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    Trailer Watch: 'Beautiful Creatures' One of Many Hoping for the 'Twilight' Lightning to Strike Twice

    Now that the final "Twilight" installment has come and proven its box office powers, it remains to be seen whether any of a host of other supernatural romance YA sensations can cast the same spell on moviegoers. "Beautiful Creatures" (February 3), based on "The Caster Chroni...

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    Trailers from Hell: Joe Dante on 'Teenagers from Outer Space,' Featuring Ray Guns and Spray-Painted Flying Saucers

    I Was a Teenage Thanksgiving Turkey! week begins at Trailers from Hell with director and TFH creator Joe Dante introducing cult classic "Teenagers from Outer Space" from 50s indie filmmaker Tom Graeff, who had just completed grip work on a Roger Corman picture before striking out on his ow...

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    Watch This: Restless - Starring Charlotte Rampling, Michelle Dockery and Hayley Atwell

    Well, this looks amazing. Restless, stars Michelle Dockery (Downton Abbey) as Ruth, a woman who discovers that her mother, Sally (the iconic Charlotte Rampling) was a spy during World War II. Sally's past (younger Sally is played by Hayley Atwell) comes back to haunt her when her life as a spy c...

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    In His Own Words: Rick Alverson Shares One Of His Favorite Scenes From 'The Comedy' (VIDEO)

    There was no film more 'love-it-or-hate-it' at Sundance this year than "The Comedy" (currently playing in select theaters nationwide and available on VOD). Indiewire's Eric Kohn, for one, loves it. In his glowing review from Park City, he wrote: "There's little conventionally funny about 'The Comedy...

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