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    Saoirse Ronan To Star In WW1 Nursing Memoir 'Testament Of Youth,' From 'Harry Potter' Producer David Heyman

    After mightily impressing in the likes of “Atonement,” “The Lovely Bones” and more recently “Hanna,” Saoirse Ronan (a name almost impossible to type correctly on a first attempt) looks to have a very exciting career ahead of her. She’ll star in Neil Jordan&r...

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    CANNES: A First Look at Paul Thomas Anderson's 'The Master:" Yes, It's His Scientology Movie

    "The Master" isn't based on L. Rob Hubbard, or Scientology? That's patent nonsense after seeing the Cannes promo footage from Paul Thomas Anderson's new film, which promises to annoy the hell out of those nice people in the big blue building between Sunset and Fountain. Th...

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    Watch: Terence Stamp & Reggie Watts Star In Peter Serafinowicz's New Hot Chip Music Video

    About a year ago, we pegged Peter Serafinowicz as one of the music video directors we expected to make a breakthrough into features in the immediate future. The comic actor, perhaps best known for voicing Darth Maul in "Star Wars," had made a couple of excellent videos for Hot Chip and Ale...

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    Cannes 2012 - 7 Minutes Of Quentin Tarantino's "Django Unchained" Screened; A Few Reactions...

    I just learned that a 7-minute preview of Quentin Tarantino's highly-anticipated fantasy revenge thriller Django Unchained, which stars Jamie Foxx as the titular character, and Christoph Waltz as his mentor, was shown just to press moments ago at the Cannes Film Festival by TWC (The Weinste...

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    Look: Minimalist, '70s-Style Teaser Poster For Andrew Dominik's 'Killing Them Softly'

    We're about midway through Cannes as of today, and some big, high-profile titles have rolled out: "Lawless," "Rust & Bone" and "Moonrise Kingdom" among them. But there's plenty more major movies still to debut in competition, including "On The Road," "Cosmopolis," "Mud" and early tomorrow morning, A...

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    Omar Sy Is "Hoppin' It To Hollywood" - Signs With United Talent Agency (UTA)

    It was only a matter of time; I'm surprised it took this long actually.

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    Tom Hardy Says 'Mad Max: Fury Road' Still Doesn't Have A Start Date

    Status report check-in time. If you've paid attention to interviews with Charlize Theron, you'll know she almost didn't star in Jason Reitman's "Young Adult" because she was supposed to play the female lead in George Miller's "Mad Max: Fury Road," the long-awa...

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    Watch: Trailer For Wong-Kar Wai's Short Film/Whiskey Commercial 'Deja Vu'

    So far today we've seen a trailer for "Skyfall," the James Bond movie delayed two years by the bankruptcy of MGM. We've seen a trailer for "Anchorman 2," a nine-years later sequel that Paramount had seemingly scrapped. And we've seen a trailer for Paul Thomas Anderson's "The Master," the first film ...

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    Listen To Whitney Houston's "Sparkle" Soundtrack Duet With Jordin Sparks (Her Final Recording)

    What is being called Whitney Houston's final song - a duet she performed with Jordin Sparks called Celebrate!, for the soundtrack to the upcoming remake of Sparkle both of them star in, and Whitney also executive produced.

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    2 New Clips From John Hillcoat's 'Lawless' Featuring Tom Hardy, Shia LaBeouf & Colorful Villain Guy Pearce

    An arty period piece from the director of difficult material like "The Proposition" and "The Road"? Such could be the case when John Hillcoat's bloody prohibition drama "Lawless" hits theaters at the end of the summer, but you wouldn't know it by the marketing of the film. If The Weinstein Company h...

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