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    Watch: Kaya Scodelario and Jessica Biel Are Quite Creepy in the Trailer for 'The Truth About Emanuel'

    Back in January at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival, many were calling relative newcomer Kaya Scodelario one of the year's big breakouts. Now the trailer for the ominous thriller that put her on the radar is here to creep you out.

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    Why Were There Two Drastically Different Versions of 'The Square' at Sundance and Toronto?

    "The Square," the new film from Egyptian-American filmmaker Jehane Noujaim ("Startup.com," "Control Room") about the last few years' protests in Tahrir Square in Egypt, won the Audience Award at both the Sundance and Toronto film festivals. But the film was drastically recut between Sundance and To...

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    J.C. Chandor on Why 'All Is Lost' Didn't Compete at Cannes and Making a Film That Needs to Be Seen in the Theater

    Few filmmakers surprised this year more than J.C. Chandor. An Oscar-nominee for his debut, the financial thriller "Margin Call," Chandor did an about-face with his anticipated follow-up "All Is Lost," starring Robert Redord as a man lost at sea. The film was a question mark up until it world prem...

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    Daniel Radcliffe on Proving His Naysayers Wrong With 'Kill Your Darlings'

    As gay Beat poet Allen Ginsberg, Daniel Radcliffe is a long way from Hogwarts in the indie drama "Kill Your Darlings," out today in New York and Los Angeles. The role marks his edgiest and highest profile one yet post-"Harry Potter," brought him fame and made him the richest British star under 30 in...

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    Jennifer Hudson on Playing a Heroin Addict in 'Mister & Pete' and Why She's Still Unsure About Acting Despite Having Won an Oscar

    Jennifer Hudson went to some dark places to score the Oscar for her debut performance in "Dreamgirls," but none darker than the ones she plunges into in the gritty indie "The Inevitable Defeat of Mister and Pete," out today in select theaters. In George Tillman Jr.'s drama, Hudson plays Gloria, a he...

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    How the Director of ‘Escape From Tomorrow’ Made a Crazy Guerrilla Movie In Disney World – And Got Away With It 

    If you heard about “Escape From Tomorrow” after the dark comedy/horror became one of the most talked about films at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, then you also probably know a few key facts: that it was shot in a guerilla-style manner at Walt Disney World and Disneyland without the permission ...

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    'Escape From Tomorrow' Will Ensure You'll Never See Disney World the Same Way Again

    A labyrinthine descent into the grotesque extremes of a Disneyfied society, "Escape From Tomorrow" is surreal for many reasons and wholly original because of them. It's also a daring attempt to literally assail Disney World from the inside out.

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    Adam Scott Talks Being an 'A.C.O.D.,' Playing Jerks and Taking Left Turns

    For decades Adam Scott has successfully played bad boys, historical figures, jerks and nice guys in both television and film. Days before the premiere of "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty" at the New York Film Festival, where Scott plays yet another jerk, he sat down with Indiewire to discuss his lea...

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    Watch: America's Christian Right Embarks on a Radical Campaign in Exclusive 'God Loves Uganda' Trailer

    One of the most powerful documentaries to play at this year's Sundance Film Festival, Roger Ross Williams' "God Loves Uganda," finally opens in select markets October 11, and Indiewire has the exclusive first trailer for the film.

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    David Sedaris On The First Film Adaptation of His Work: "It was painful to be reminded of how pretentious and horrible I was."

    Kyle Patrick Alvarez's "C.O.G." is opening in theaters this wekeend, officially giving it the distinction of being the first cinematic adaptation of a work by beloved essayist and humorist David Sedaris.

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