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    Christopher Nolan's Merging An Original Idea With Jonah Nolan's Old Screenplay For 'Interstellar'

    It looks like Christopher Nolan fans will still have plenty to talk to about in 2013 -- and it won't all be about the Oscar snub "The Dark Knight Rises" received. Last night came word that, awards season or not, Nolan was already putting together a new project, the sci-fi pic "Int...

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    Robin Williams Heads Down Another Dramatic 'Boulevard'

    What’s Robin Williams been up to recently? Well, on the big screen, the answer is not an awful lot. Last year he popped up briefly in episodes of “Wilfred” and “Louie,” and the year before he voiced a couple of characters in “Happy Feet Two.” However, you ha...

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    "I'm Not A Monkey": Watch Quentin Tarantino Shut Down U.K. Journalist Who Asks About Tie Between Movies & Violence

    “Django Unchained” still hasn’t opened in the UK; in fact it’s one of four of this year’s Best Picture nominees that have yet to do so. It will, however, hit British cinemas in just eight days time, and Quentin Tarantino is over there at the moment to promote his n...

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    Michael Cera Hugs A Cactus In First Poster From Sundance Entry 'Crystal Fairy'

    As always happens at this time of year, the Oscar nominations aren't even a day old and now we're turning our eye to the Sundance Film Festival which starts in just over a week. Those on the ground in Park City will be keeping their eyes peeled for the next "Precious" or "Beas...

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    4 Projects From Egypt & South Africa Recipients Of Hot Docs-Blue Ice Prestigious Grants

    Projects from Durban FilmMart participants Nadine Salib, Mayenzeke Baza, Riaan Hendricks and Eddie Edwards are among the eight winning projects that were selected to receive grants in the 2nd round of the Hot Docs Blue Ice Group Documentary Fund which is coordinated by the Hot Do...

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    Watch: Kristen Stewart & Robert Pattinson Have Post-Sex Breakfast In 'Breaking Dawn Pt. 1' Deleted Scene

    As you might be aware, "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn -- Part 1" is coming for more of your money this spring, with an Extended Edition DVD featuring 8 more minutes. Want to see 25% of it right now? Well, keep on reading.

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    ‘Y: The Last Man’ Adaptation To Be Helmed By Commercials Director Dan Trachtenberg

    It seemed, for a while at least, as if “Y: The Last Man,” the mind-blowing comic book series by Brian K. Vaughan and Pia Guerra, was going to have as painfully protracted a lurch towards the big screen as Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons’ “Watchmen.” It has had several sets of creative teams on the adapt...

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    Ellen Page To Star In Apocalyptic 'Into The Forest'

    Ellen Page has been keeping it pretty low key lately. Since "Inception" in 2010, she's only had a couple of other feature films, James Gunn's low-fi "Super" and last summer's Woody Allen jaunt "To Rome With Love," but fans will be seeing more of her in 2013....

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    First Look At Oscar Nominee Philip Seymour Hoffman In 'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire'

    Well, you don't put food on the table with Oscar movies and arthouse fare. We love Philip Seymour Hoffman, and he's great in "The Master" and deserving of his Oscar nomination this morning, but we totally understand why the dude wants to hang around in the districts. It's good ...

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    Composer Alexandre Desplat Talks Scoring 'Zero Dark Thirty,' Working With Terrence Malick, Wes Anderson & More

    Few film composers had a more amazing 2012 than Alexandre Desplat. The French composer, who rose to prominence based on his lush, nearly operatic score to Jonathan Glazer's woefully underrated supernatural melodrama "Birth," had an unparalleled 2012 which included scores to (deep breath) Wes Anderso...

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