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    New Look At Matt Damon In Neill Blomkamp's 'Elysium'

    With Neill Blomkamp's "Elysium" pushed back to a late summer release, we're going to have to be a bit more patient before we see anything substantial from the heavily guarded film. But Sony has provided a small new taste to tide us over for now.

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    Ryan Gosling's Face Beaten To A Pulp In New Pic From 'Only God Forgives,' Looks More Handsome In 'Gangster Squad' Poster

    Some actors and actresses worry endlessly about their image, and how they will appear in each of their projects. Some are resistant to altering the good looks that got them to the top, but for Ryan Gosling, that's not quite the case. As we patiently await Nicolas Winding Refn's upcoming &quo...

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    Lenny Henry Will Tackle Troy Maxson In August Wilson's 'Fences' In UK West End Production

    Denzel Washington won a Tony Award for his performance as conflicted patriarch Troy Maxson in August Wilson's Tony and Pulitzer Prize-winning drama Fences; now Brit Lenny Henry will attempt to make his own mark on the role, but across the pond, when the the Theatre Royal Bath in the U....

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    Watch: Sizzle Reel For Stanley Kubrick & Nicolas Winding Refn Cinematographer Larry Smith As He Plans Directorial Debut

    There a few people who boast working with both Stanley Kubrick and Nicolas Winding Refn, and one of them is cinematographer Larry Smith. Starting his career as the chief electrician on "Barry Lyndon," and then a gaffer on "The Shining," Smith became a cameraman on "Eyes Wide...

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    A Poet of Cinema: Jerry Schatzberg

    The films of Jerry Schatzberg, particularly the key works he directed in the 1970s, have been undervalued in the eyes of many critics who, in their survey of American cinema have elevated other directors to iconic status. (He is not alone – Michael Ritchie is another director richly deser...

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    3 Unused Posters For 'The Dark Knight Rises'

    Nope, you didn't wake up this morning in last June. With Christopher Nolan's epic finale "The Dark Knight Rises" hitting home video in a couple of weeks, the film will be doing a final victory lap before it enters the awards season fray, and a few interesting curious unused items h...

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    Brad Bird Has Other Plans, Colin Trevorrow's "Mythology" Tease & 6 Things Learned About 'Star Wars 7' This Week

    "Star Wars" can sadly bring out the worst in people. The rumor mill has been foaming like a rabid dog this week – the obsessed fanbase so eager and desperate for details they will take the tiniest of morsels of information and eviscerate, expound, exaggerate and speculate over them endlessly and rel...

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    Watch: Terrence Malick Dances To Country Western Music Just Like Regular People

    Press shy, mercurial and often leaving his actors a bit baffled (just ask Ben Affleck, Richard Gere or Christopher Plummer), it's often hard to get a read on just who Terrence Malick is. Eccentric genius? Reclusive philosopher? Well, while that is open for speculation, the oddball facts about Ma...

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    Listen: Fiona Apple's "Dull Tool" From The 'This Is 40' Soundtrack; Paul Rudd Hearts Ween In New Poster

    It's already been revealed that the soundtrack for Judd Apatow's "This is 40" -- his sort-of-sequel to "Knocked Up" -- will feature another choice selections of cuts, including songs by Yoko Ono, Paul McCartney, Avett Brothers, Loudon Wainwright and more. But even mo...

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    Scoot McNairy Joins ‘The Rover’ With Robert Pattinson & 'Frank' With Michael Fassbender

    Since finally starting to gain a bit of wider attention in 2010’s “Monsters,” Scoot McNairy has had a fantastic 2012, with roles in “Killing Them Softly” and “Argo.” He’s got a lot of promising projects lined up, too. There’s Steve McQueen’...

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