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    George Clooney Saves the World (Or At Least Art) in 'The Monuments Men'

    The Monuments Men begins with a captivating scene, set in Belgium during World War II. We see close-ups of a work of art -- van Eyck's oversized Ghent Altarpiece—hear banging, then see priests crate up the individual panels of the painting, put them in a truck in the dark of night and send it off f...

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    Review: 'The Monuments Men' Starring George Clooney, Matt Damon, Bill Murray & Cate Blanchett

    "The Monuments Men" always felt like a worthwhile (if dicey) proposition: it's the true-life tale of a band of Allied art historians and curators who are dropped into occupied territory during the frenzied final moments of World War II, and their goal was simple and seemingly insurmountable. In the ...

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    Watch: First Clip From George Clooney's 'The Monuments Men' Plus 2 Featurettes, TV Spot & New Images

    Originally set for release last month, “The Monuments Men,” George Clooney’s latest directorial outing, was pushed back to February to make sure it was the best it could be. Now with the release mere weeks away, the men-on-a-mission film has unleashed a brand-new clip and two featurettes to lure you...

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    Watch: Newsreel Trailer, TV Spot, Soundtrack Details & New Images From 'The Monuments Men'

    While the woulda/shoulda/coulda conversation about the awards potential for "The Monuments Men" will likely pop up again once reviews for the film start coming in, the bottom line is that it simply wasn't ready. Originally slated to arrive this month, George Clooney's WWII caper was pushed a couple ...

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    Berlin Announces More 2014 Titles, Including Alain Resnais, Claudia Llosa and a Cate Blanchett Triple Feature

    The first seven films for the 64th Berlin International Film Festival's competition lineup have been announced.

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    Watch: New Trailer For George Clooney's 'Monuments Men' Steals Stolen Art

    While it won't be in the Oscar mix both because it won't be ready and for the fact that it's, as George Clooney calls it, "a commercial, non-cynical piece of entertainment," "Monuments Men" still has the kind of star power to attract a red carpet. Indeed, it will be making its international premier...

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    Watch The Last 10 Years of Best Supporting Actor Oscar Speeches

    Here's a look back at the last 10 best supporting actor winners (fun fact: the last 4 winners have all had first names that start off with "Christ"!), ranked in order of their entertainment value, with embedded clips for your time-wasting pleasure.

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    Advertising Men: Watch This Nespresso Ad Starring George Clooney & Matt Damon, Directed By Grant Heslov

    So why do celebrities like endorsing products? Well, Page Six's recent report is fairly instructive, as they reveal that Matt Damon got paid $150,000/second, or $3 million, for twenty seconds of work to feature in a new Nespresso spot with his good pal George Clooney.

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    George Clooney Talks Why He'd Never Be on Twitter, Brad Pitt and More in Esquire

    A lengthy profile of George Clooney has arrived in Esquire Magazine, wherein the actor-writer-director-producer talks his early understanding of his ability to entertain people, why he would never be on Twitter, and his pal Brad Pitt. Interview quote highlights below.

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    Awards Circuit: AFI FEST 'Out of the Furnace' Review, BAFTA Britannia Awards to Clooney & Elba, Thompson & Penn Sing 'Mary Poppins' (VIDEO)

    Awards season is in full swing with the AFI Fest world premiere of "Out of the Furnace" (review), BAFTA Britannia awards for Clooney and Elba, Emma Thompson and Sean Penn singing the "Mary Poppins" songbook and more.

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