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    For Your Consideration: A Closer Look at the Best Actress Race as 'Grace of Monaco' and 'The Immigrant' Get Pushed To 2014

    Remember earlier in the year when it seemed possible this year's best actress race would be a battle of the princesses? Oliver Hirschbiegel's "Diana" and Olivier Dahan's "Grace of Monaco" both looked like the kind of movies made to get best actress nominations, with the former seeing Naomi Watts pla...

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    Review: 'Adore' Starring Robin Wright, Naomi Watts and Ben Mendelsohn

    We’ll be honest from sentence one. “Adore” hits two spots we love: movies for adults and (not-dumb) movies for and about women. We have our brief affairs with explosions, spit-take-inducing dialogue and car chases, but we have a long-term relationship with movies that are quiet and mature. They get ...

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    Oscar Hopeful 'Diana' To Hit Theaters November 1st

    Entertainment One has set Princess Diana biopic "Diana" for a November 1st limited release, with expansion in the following weeks.

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    Watch: Naomi Watts Tries To Dodge The Paparazzi In Full International Trailer For 'Diana'

    Appropriately, the new full trailer for the Princess Diana biopic opens with the incessant clicks of camera shutters. Oliver Hirschbiegel's ("Downfall", "Five Minutes of Heaven") new film takes place during the last two years of Diana's life, when her every move was captured in the tabloids.

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    Watch: Naomi Watts Guns For That Elusive Oscar in First Trailer For Royal Biopic 'Diana'

    This year's Best Actress race to the Oscars is a decidedly royal affair. Nicole Kidman is gunning for her second golden statue this Christmas season as the titular Princess and famed screen siren in "Grace of Monaco." Hot on her heels is two-time Oscar nominee, and fellow Aussie, Naomi Watts, with h...

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    Meet the 2013 Tribeca Filmmakers #2: Laurie Collyer Tracks a Couple Who Get Pregnant & Homeless at the Same Time in 'Sunlight Jr.'

    Director of the Golden Globe-nominated "Sherrybaby," Laurie Collyer brings us another drama about a minimum-wage couple struggling to survive. "Sunlight Jr.", starring Naomi Watts as Melissa, a Quickie-mart employee and Matt Dillon as her husband Richie, follows a couple who get pregnant and homeles...

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    Watch: Jennifer Lawrence Tells Zach Galifianakis to Lay Off the Pudding in 'Between Two Ferns: Oscar Edition'

    It's been a while since we've seen a new episode of Zach Galifianakis' "Between Two Ferns," his Funny or Die skit where he unleashes his hilarious weirdness on celebrity guests to make interviews as awkward as possible. But the funny man is back again with a new episode, just in time for the Oscars.

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    Naomi Watts & Robin Wright Are 'The Grandmothers' In Anne Fontaine's Doris Lessing Adaptation

    'Animal Kingdom' Star James Frecheville & Xavier Samuel From 'Twilight: Eclipse' Also On Board After a long career as an actress and director, French helmer Anne Fontaine had something of an international breakout with her last film, "Coco Before Chanel." The film, a biopic of the legendary fashion designer starring Audrey Tautou, proved to be critically acclaimed, garnering six Cesar nominations, four BAFTA nods and a place on the shortlist for Best Costume Design at the Oscars, and is one of the most successful French pictures of recent years, taking an impressive $43 million worldwide. As such, Fon...

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    Naomi Watts Is Pregnant & Unemployed & Matt Dillon Is A Paraplegic In 'Sunlight Jr.'

    We think we'd rather be watching "Sherlock Jr." instead.

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    Director Jim Sheridan Didn't Like 'Dream House' Either, Tried To Take Name Off Film

    Could Direct 'Sheriff Street Stories' About Childhood In Ireland NextIt's always disappointing when strong directors come out with a film that is absolutely terrible. Jim Sheridan's "Dream House," with an 8% critics' rating on Rotten Tomatoes and only $14.5 million dollars in box office so far, initially had a boatload of promise with charismatic stars Daniel Craig, Rachel Weisz and Naomi Watts, but what we saw was terrifyingly bad (and not because trailers promised a horror story à la Stanley Kubrick's "The Shining"). And just as everyone was beginning to wonder what had happened, besides the extensive reshoots, the LA Times reported late la...

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