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    Daily Reads: 'Wonder Woman' and the State of Female Directors in Hollywood, A Grimdark 'Daredevil,' and More

    Plus: What Dogme 95 did for women directors and how that "first edition" of "The Iliad" wound up in "The Boy Next Door."

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    Daily Reads: 'Ex Machina's Feminist Sci-Fi, Native American Actors Call Adam Sandler's Movie Racist, and More

    Plus: What TV endings mean (and why Tony Soprano is probably dead), why the true auteur of Francis Ford Coppola's best movie is its editor.

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    Watch: 'SNL' Editor Adam Epstein Talks the 'Drug Rush' of Digital Shorts

    You may not know his name, but you definitely know his work.

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    Watch: 'Game of Thrones' Meets 'Too Many Cooks' for Fun Mash-Up Or Helpful Character Guide?

    As bizarre — and kind of disturbing — as this is, it works incredibly well.

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    Review Roundup: Blake Lively, Harrison Ford Impress in 'The Age of Adaline,' but the Premise is Pure 'Hokum'

    Lively, best known for the willowy cool of "Gossip Girl" princess Serena van der Woodsen, might finally have her big-screen star turn in director Lee Toland Krieger's gorgeous, ludicrous romance.

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    On Gustavo Vinagre’s Compelling, Erotic 'Novo Dubai'

    From video clips of the Miley Cyrus “Wrecking Ball” video to a shot of a field as seen through the stream of one man urinating, the film assembles a series of images to create meanings about building up and breaking down of society.

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    CinemaCon: Fox Launches Possible Oscar Contenders

    Twentieth Century Fox has a tradition of boosting a would-be Oscar contender at CinemaCon, from Ang Lee's "Life of Pi" to Ben Stiller's "Life of Walter Mitty."

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