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    'My Week With Marilyn' Star Kenneth Branagh On How to Play a Legend

    On paper, casting Kenneth Branagh as Laurence Olivier is akin to casting Kate Hudson as Goldie Hawn: It seems too obvious. As it turns out, the coup was no stunt. In "My Week With Marilyn," Branagh turned in one of his most acclaimed performances to date as his icon. It's more than an uncanny imp...

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    "My Week With Marilyn" Added to Hamptons Lineup

    Following its world premiere at the 49th New York Film Festival, "My Week With Marilyn" has been added to the lineup of the upcoming Hamptons International Film Festival.

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    "My Week With Marilyn" Has Charm, But Michelle Williams Can't Do the Subject Justice

    "My Week With Marilyn" is exactly the type of tolerably superficial crowdpleaser that it looks like. Lacking the meaty role she may have hoped for, Michelle Williams delivers an airy interpretation of Marilyn Monroe without digging too deep into the persona. Her one-note performance m...

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    Watch: Michelle Williams Sure Looks the Part in Trailer for "My Week With Marilyn"

    The Weinstein Company finally unveiled the trailer for "My Week With Marilyn" (it opens in less than a month and premieres at the New York Film Festival this weekend), so the question is: How does Michelle Williams stack up as the legendary screen siren? Pretty darn well, it seems.

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    World Premiere of Simon Curtis' "Marilyn" Set for 49th NY Film Festival Centerpiece Gala

    The World Premiere of Simon Curtis' "My Week with Marilyn" will screen as the Centerpiece Gala at the upcoming New York Film Festival on October 9th, the Film Society of Lincoln Center said Thursday. Last Friday FSLC announced that Roman Polanski's "Carnage" will open the 49th NYFF September 30th.

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