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    Pierce Brosnan on Faking His Way Through 'Love Is All You Need' and Why 'Skyfall' Marked the First Time He Saw Daniel Craig as Bond

    Pierce Brosnan gained global fame as James Bond, and earned his best critical kudos as an unraveling hitman in "The Matador," but the actor's fans may well find his turn in "Love Is All You Need," a Danish film set in Sorrento, Italy, to be their favorite Brosnan performance. Directed by Dogme 95 ve...

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    Bond Producer Barbara Broccoli Says She Can Get Sam Mendes Back For Bond... Eventually; Mendes Keeping Door Open

    It won the BAFTA for Best British Film, it earned five Oscar nominations (taking home two statues), and its global box office haul was $1.1 billion. It even won big at the recent Empire awards. "Skyfall" was the seventh-biggest film of all time, grossing nearly twice as much as the next highest char...

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    Empire Magazine's Jameson Awards Honor 'Skyfall' as Best Film of 2012, Helen Mirren Makes Plea for More Women in Film

    The Jameson Empire Awards for the best films of 2012 were handed out in London on March 24, with Sam Mendes taking top honors as Best Director, and 23rd Bond installment "Skyfall" receiving Best Picture as well as the Empire Award. Helen Mirren, who was honored with the Empire Legend award, noted th...

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    'Skyfall' Wins Top Honors at the Empire Film Awards; 'Hobbit,' 'Dredd 3D' and 'Sightseers' Also Win

    At this year's Jameson Empire Film Awards, hosted by Empire Magazine, Britain's top selling film publication, Sam Mendes' first Bond outing "Skyfall" took home the top honors. Other winners of the 18th annual included Dame Helen Mirren, Danny Boyle, Jennifer Lawrence, Mendes himself, Daniel Radcliff...

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    'Skyfall' Director Mendes Heads Back to the Theatre as He Bids Adieu to Bond (For Now)

    Sam Mendes' uber-successful Bond movie "Skyfall" will be his first and possibly last affair with the franchise--at least for now.

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    Oscar Review: Seth MacFarlane's Badness Explained

    Was Seth MacFarlane the victim of some terrible time-travel accident that caused him – and all his Oscar-show material – to be trapped in the 1950’s (and not in a successfully ironic way)? That’s the most generous explanation I have for his pathetically unfunny job as Os...

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    VIDEO: What Does Oscar-Winning Cinematography Look Like?

    Which movie should win the Academy Award for its outstanding images and camerawork? Watch the footage and judge for yourself.

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    The "Notscars" For Best Stuntwork (VIDEO)

    How should we award great stuntwork -- and what were last year's most award-worthy titles?

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    Immersed in Movies: Assessing the Sound Oscar Races

    While "Argo" might be the Oscar frontrunner for sound editing and mixing, jarring and humoring us with a bizarre Iranian hostage rescue mission, all of this year's nominees create fascinating soundscapes: "Django Unchained" offers a spirited yet analogue-like experience associated with the spaghetti...

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