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    Watch: The Coen Brothers Go Back to Hollywood's Golden Age in Hilarious 'Hail, Caesar!' Trailer

    The four-time Oscar-winning writer-directors are at the top of their comedic powers in the new trailer for "Hail, Caesar!"

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    'Age of Ultron's 'Black Widow Problem' Isn't a Problem: It's What the Movie Is About

    The character's controversial sterility fits the movie's vision of The Avengers as an evolutionary dead end.

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    First Look: Disney's High-Concept 'The Jungle Book,' Directed by Jon Favreau

    The latest 'Jungle Book' revamp will blend live-action with photorealistic CGI imagery in 3D, and is set for an October 2015 release date.

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    10 Underdog Actresses Who Deserve Oscar's Attention This Year

    Instead of dipping into the already repetitive waters of November Oscar talk (it's basically a waiting game until that last batch of films begins screening), how about taking an opportunity to discuss a few names that aren't getting as much talk as they may deserve?

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    With Captain Marvel and Wonder Woman, the Female Superhero Strikes Back

    Suddenly there's momentum for female superhero movies, thanks to Warner Bros. and DC breaking the ice with Gal Gadot's Wonder Woman in "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice," followed by a standalone feature. And Marvel announced this week its own own female counter-attack by turning the spotlight on ...

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    Robert Downey Jr Joins Chorus Calling For 'Black Widow' Solo Movie (And Hulk & Hawkeye Too)

    One of the big narratives in terms of superhero movies over the summer has been the lack of women-led movies in the genre: despite the success of everything that Marvel does, Kevin Feige has remained non-committal in terms of the studio putting out a film with a female lead. And Warner Bros. may hav...

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