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    Watch: New Scene from 'Before Midnight' Asks 'What Would You Change About Me?'

    On May 24, 2013, the wait will be over and the sometimes-on-sometimes-off-but-always-passionate relationship between Jesse (Ethan Hawke) and Celine (Julie Delpy) will return to the big screen.

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    Watch: Trailer for French Romantic Comedy 'Populaire' Hints at a Crowdpleaser Along the Lines of 'The Artist'

    Among the countless dramatic international fare making it into theaters throughout the coming months, Regis Roinsard's "Populaire" has continued to stand out for the sheer sense of delight emerging from the film's breezy tone, infectious look and screwball tone. With a release date currently set for...

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    Now and Then: Cary Grant, The Man from Dream City, Revisited (CLIPS)

    My own fever dream of Cary Grant takes place between cities, sitting down for a Gibson with Eva Marie Saint on a moving train somewhere in Middle America. Headed "North by Northwest," he's at his sexiest then, temples just flecked with gray, tanned and almost ageless. He's not just the recipient of ...

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    Happy Valentine's Day: 10 Movie Couples We Heart

    With Valentine's Day just around the corner, we here at Indiewire thought it best to share with you some of our personal favorite on-screen couples to grace the big screen over the past 30 or so years. This list is by no means definitive (like we said, personal picks), so please tell us in the comme...

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    Rachel Weisz Talks 'Deep Blue Sea,' Consuming Love [EXCLUSIVE VIDEO] UPDATE

    Rachel Weisz is a terrific actress at the height of her beauty and power who is trying to push good roles up the hill, with varying results, from "The Whistleblower" to "Agoura."  (More mainstream thriller "Dream House" yielded husband Daniel Craig, but was not a c...

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    Now and Then: Hitchcock's First Classic, and an Underrated Modern Descendant

    Alfred Hitchcock had been working as a director for more than a decade when he made "The 39 Steps" (1935), a film that's half trench coats, street lamps, and foreign agents. The other half is English wit, a marriage plot, and a MacGuffin: the first proof, long before his later masterworks, that he w...

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    What Comes After Before Sunrise & Before Sunset? Hawke Confirms Third Chapter Will Shoot This Summer

    Last November, Ethan Hawke suggested a reteaming of he, Julie Delpy and Richard Linklater for a follow-up to "Before Sunrise" and "Before Sunset." Now he tells Indiewire that the film will shoot this summer...

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    Now and Then: Do Silent Movies Still Matter?

    In some quarters I'll be considered a heretic for even asking the question. But think about how many people you know — discounting film school types and critics, people pretty much required to do so — who have ever seen a silent, let alone watch them regularly. I'll bet the number is small. Should w...

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    Watch: The Best Kisses From Best-Picture Winners

    The Huffington Post and Moviefone have culled the best kisses from Best Picture winners, from "Casablanca" to "Titanic," and many in-between. Even "American Beauty"'s tryst between Kevin Spacey and Mena Suvari made the cut. Watch below:

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    The Movies Say "I Love You": A Romantic Mash-Up

    In a romance, the "I Love You" speech is the main event -- the reason the movie exists. To understand the anatomy of the declaration of love, Overthinking It compiled the climatic moments from iconic films.

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