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    John Turturro on Sex, Religion and Why He'd Work With Woody Allen Again

    Today's TWC Indie Film Month pick is "Fading Gigolo," written and directed by John Turturro. Indiewire spoke with Turturro about his new film and working with the film's star, Woody Allen.

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    Interview: John Turturro Talks Making 'Fading Gigolo,' 'Big Lebowski' Spinoff, 'Exodus' And More

    It wouldn't be a mistake to call John Turturro one of the finest character actors currently working. But he's also an accomplished writer/director with four very different features under his belt, from his debut family drama "Mac" to the period theatre tale "Illuminata" and two music driven efforts,...

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    Watch: Visit Brazil With 2 International Trailers For Onmnibus 'Rio, I Love You' With Vincent Cassel, Harvey Keitel & More

    Okay, the World Cup might be over but that doesn't mean attention on Brazil will be fading away. After sojourns to Paris and New York, producers are now bringing the cinematic spotlight to Rio de Janeiro with the omnibus "Rio, I Love You" and two international trailers are here to preview the ten sh...

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    Watch: Trailer for Ridley Scott Biblical Epic 'Exodus: Gods and Kings' is Out of Control

    In 20th Century Fox's first trailer for the film, it's not the story that will make you pause, but rather the intricate CGI used to build the world of the film.

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    Christian Bale As Action-Star Moses, and Other New Stills from Ridley Scott's 'Exodus'

    Why yes, that is Christian Bale you see in that photo, riding his valiant steed into battle as...Moses, the biblical figure who led the Israelites out of slavery of Egypt and through the desert for 40 years.

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    The Hottest Day Of Summer: Spike Lee's Landmark 'Do The Right Thing' On Its 25th Anniversary

    25 years ago this coming Monday, for the first time, audiences watched Mookie put a trashcan through the window of his place of work, Sal’s Famous Pizzeria. In the film this is the culmination of a day of ratcheting tension, simmering and seething in the rising temperature of the hottest day of summ...

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    John Turturro Wants To Direct Jesus-Centric 'Big Lebowski' Spinoff Next Year, If The Coens Give Him Permission

    It's not often that a character on screen for only a few moments becomes an instantly quotable, pop culture phenomenon, but over the years, that's exactly what has become of Jesus Quintana in "The Big Lebowski." The pederast bowler ("Eight-year-olds, Dude") played by John Turturro highlights one of ...

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    Watch: Late Philip Seymour Hoffman Talks Horse Racing in Clip from 'God's Pocket'

    In this clip from John Slattery's directorial debut "God's Pocket," stars Philip Seymour Hoffman and John Turturro are seen discussing the races as small time gamblers in a fictional Pennsylvania suburb.

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    Exclusive: Philip Seymour Hoffman Has A Horse Story In Clip From 'God's Pocket'

    The summer begins the process of saying goodbye, cinematically, to the late Philip Seymour Hoffman. Before his death, the actor completed work on two films — "A Most Wanted Man" and "God's Pocket" (with "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay" requiring some steps to get around his absence) — and the latter d...

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    Arthouse Audit: Two Comedies Score as 'Chef' Beats Out 'Fading Gigolo,' 'Palo Alto' Shows Promise

    Jon Favreau's "Chef" (Open Road) and Gia Coppola's "Palo Alto" (Tribeca) both scored more than $20,000 per screen in limited openings this weekend. Radius/Weinstein veered from its usual pattern with a wider initial release of the food documentary "Fed Up," eschewing VOD for now.

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