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    Watch: Leonardo DiCaprio Loses His Cool in Two New 'Great Gatsby' Trailers

    More of the glitz and drama of Baz Luhrmann's much-anticipated "The Great Gatsby" has spilled across a small screen near you in two new TV spots. The 3D film, which opens the 66th Festival du Cannes on May 15 -- twelve years after Luhrmann's last period spectacular "Moulin Rouge" kicked off the fest...

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    Trailer of the Week: Ken Loach's 'The Angels' Share' Looks to Be His Biggest Hit Since 'Wind That Shakes the Barley'

    Before We Saw the Trailer, We Thought: Since taking the Palme d'Or at the 2006 Cannes Film Festival with his Irish War drama (and biggest box office hit yet) "The Wind That Shakes the Barley," Scottish director Ken Loach has premiered four films in just six short years. While most have been relative...

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    Exclusive Video: Pablo Berger Discusses Bringing Back Snow White for Spain's Foreign Language Entry 'Blancanieves'

    After screenings in Toronto, Rotterdam, and BFI's London Film Festival among many others, the U.S. release of the silent, black-and-white Snow White fable (Spain's official Oscar submission last year) "Blancanieves," is right around the corner. In anticipation of the release we have an exclusive vid...

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    Pussy Riot Band Members Speak Out on 60 Minutes

    60 Minutes did a segment on Pussy Riot, the now infamous feminist punk band from Russia who were sent to prison for their demonstration against Vladimir Putin. Two of the members are still serving time in labor camps and other members who were never identified have gone into hiding.

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    Watch: 'Oz the Great and Powerful' Opening Credit Sequence, Where All the World's a Stage

    As Sam Raimi's "Oz the Great and Powerful" makes its way towards $200 million at the domestic box office (and $400 million worldwide), check out the film's inventive opening credit sequence, which features CG pop-up cutouts that progressively become trippier and trippier.

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    Watch: A Demon Warns of Bad Things to Come in Early Scene From 'Evil Dead' Remake

    Fede Alvarez's studio remake of Sam Raimi's horror cult-classic "Evil Dead" has gotten mixed of reviews with most veering on the positive side. While the 1981 original is famed for its innovative blend of slapstick and suspense, Alvarez's "Evil Dead," which premiered at the opening night of SXSW, dr...

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    Doc Filmmaker Gets Deeply Embedded With Roman Polanski Case in Scene From 'Roman Polanski: Odd Man Out'

    Following the success of the documentary "Roman Polanski: Wanted and Desired," director Marina Zenovich planned to make a short film about how that film reopened the case. She was scheduled to interview Polanski in November of 2009 after he completed "The Ghost Writer" -- but the Oscar-winner was a...

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    Trailers from Hell: Dan Ireland on Ken Russell's 'Women in Love,' Starring Oliver Reed

    Oliver Reed Week! kicks off at Trailers from Hell with director Dan Ireland introducing "Women in Love," Ken Russell's third theatrical feature film and only work to be Oscar nominated.

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    VIDEO ESSAY: Pacino: Full Roar

    I could not stop laughing as I watched Nelson Carvajal's "Al Pacino: Full Roar"—not just because it's the most entertaining collection of over-the-top moments since Harry Hanrahan's "Nicolas Cage Losing His Shit," but because Pacino is and always has been a theatrical actor, delightfully so.

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    Trailers from Hell: Mick Garris on Pseudo-Sexploitation Fantasy 'Tanya's Island'

    Monkeyshines! week concludes at Trailers from Hell with filmmaker Mick Garris introducing "Tanya's Island," a bizarre pseudo-sexploitation fantasy by director Alfred Sole ("Alice Sweet Alice").

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