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    Screen Talk: Mike Nichols, Steve Jobs Biopic, Oscar Updates and Doc Shortlists

    On our weekly Screen Talk podcast, Indiewire critic Eric Kohn and I share our recent Oscar catch-ups and love of Mike Nichols and Studio Ghibli. And why did Sony pass on the Steve Jobs biopic?

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    Five Questions About Brad Pitt War Movie 'Fury'

    It takes a village to make a movie into an award-season contender. Everything has to line up just right. David Ayer's "Fury" is a fascinating case of of a World War II picture that delivers on many levels--it's well-written, well-shot, and well-acted. It's taut with tension and riveting to sit throu...

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    As TriStar Lands Ang Lee, Who's In Line to Replace Sony's Pascal?

    One of Hollywood's favorite speculative games these days is predicting what is going to happen at Sony Pictures Entertainment.

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    Watch: 'Popeye' CG Animation Test

    Sony Animation has unveiled a wondrous animation test from director Genndy Tartakovsky's CG "Popeye" reboot, slated for 2016. Watch it here.

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    'Fury' Starring Brad Pitt Closes London Film Festival in Bid for Oscar Contention

    David Ayer's "Fury" is a movie I want to see. That's because Ayer is a visceral, innovative director who pulls strong performances from his actors, from Christian Bale and Freddy Rodriguez in "Harsh Times" to Michael Pena and Jake Gyllenhaal in hand-held indie "End of Watch," which made my 2012 Ten...

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    Rogen's Roll Continues as Sony Pushes Bumbling Spy Bromance 'The Interview' to Christmas (VIDEO)

    Seth Rogen is on a roll, from comedies "This is the End" to "Neighbors," and now Sony is pushing back the multi-tasker's latest comedy "The Interview" from October to holiday prime time, Christmas Day. Rogen co-wrote, co-produced, and co-directed with partner Evan Goldberg, and also stars with equal...

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    Sony Plots Female Led Superhero Movie From Spider-Man Universe For 2017

    It's the year 2014, and the mere idea of a female led superhero movie is still seen as so potentially risky that studio heads do verbal tapdances when asked directly about when they might make one.

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    Comic-Con Movie Preview: Warner Bros., Sony, Legendary, Paramount, Marvel, 'Sin City' and More

    Details are arriving on what movies the studios will showcase at Comic-Con, which launches in San Diego on July 24. Not all of them will be in Show H--more and more, they are traveling off-site to play to press directly, away from the fan hordes.

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