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    New Images Of Bloody Saoirse Ronan & Sam Riley From Neil Jordan's 'Byzantium'

    "The Company Of Wolves" and "Ondine" director Neil Jordan returns to the fantastical this year with vampire tale "Byzantium." Set to make its world premiere at TIFF in a couple of months, a handful of new images from the film have arrived.

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    Zoe Kazan Talks The Influence Of Pygmalion, The Hal Ashby Connection & More From 'Ruby Sparks'

    Love is both the simplest and most complex of human emotions. We fall into it so easily, and it can take us to dizzying, indescribable highs and if and when it ends, to bottomless lows, but the remarkable thing is that most of us are able to recover, and begin that search all over again. We look for...

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    From Angela Davis to Iranian Hostages, Highly Charged Political Films Galvanize Toronto's Galas

    Yesterday, I reported on the political thicket of Mira Nair's "The Reluctant Fundamentalist," which is opening the Venice Film Festival. This morning, the Toronto International Film Festival, not to be out-publicized, has announced its own lineup of big-ticket highly political movie...

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    The Weirdly Enjoyable Minions From 'Despicable Me' To Get Their Own Feature

    Pretty soon, the Minions are going to be everywhere. The weird little goggle-wearing, pill-shaped, yellow henchmen of super-villain Gru (voiced by Steve Carell) in 2010's surprise smash "Despicable Me," who speak in a bizarre made-up language and were, largely, the best part of that movie, are about...

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    Soundtrack Details For Jon Brion's Score For Ghoulish Animated Film 'ParaNorman'

    If we were allowed to talk about these things (which, of course, we're not), we would say that "ParaNorman," the new stop-motion animated film from Laika opening August 17th in 3D and regular cinemas, isn't just the best animated movie released so far this year (not to mention one of the biggest sur...

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    Shola Lynch's Angela Davis Feature Doc Will Premiere At Toronto International Film Fest

    Always a highlight on the film festival circuit - one of the world's most prestigious, and its director is a black man!

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    'Cloud Atlas' To Make Its World Premiere At Toronto International Film Festival

    The epic sci-fi film Cloud Atlas from The Wachowskis and Tom Tykwer, will makes its world premiere in September at the Toronto International Film Festival, before its U.S. premiere on October 26th.

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    Watch: Martin Scorsese Whips Out His iPhone For A New Siri Ad

    Well, we've already seen Zooey Deschanel, Samuel L. Jackson and John Malkovich use iPhone's Siri to help with a rainy day, cook a meal and investigate the meaning of life, and now, another famous face will find some help from a disembodied voice.

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    Christopher Nolan Says Next Batman Director Should Stay True "To What They Believe In" & Not Worry What Others Want

    Such is the times we live in that only four days after "The Dark Knight Rises" opened and broke box office records, we're already wondering about where the franchise goes next. And it's not entirely an absurd notion. This summer, Sony is having a solid success with "The Amazin...

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    Denzel Washington Is Sony's Choice To Star In Adaptation Of 80s Crime Series 'The Equalizer'

    First announced over a year ago, when Russell Crowe was said to be attached to star, Sony Pictures' big screen adaptation of the the late 80s CBS vigilante crime-solving series, The Equalizer, is apparently still very much on the studios' slate, with Denzel Washington now as the ma...

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