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    Review: Ralph Fiennes Directs Himself As Charles Dickens In Classy 'Invisible Woman,' But It's Felicity Jones Who Shines

    Ralph Fiennes' quasi-modern adaptation of "Coriolanus," which marked the actor's directorial debut, was a sharply experimental take on the source material. For his second effort behind the camera, "The Invisible Woman," the director has taken a more classical approach. Adapting Claire Tomalin's book...

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    Ralph Fiennes On How His Own Celebrity Factors Into 'The Invisible Woman' and How Painful It Was to Edit His Own Performance

    With "The Invisible Woman," Ralph Fiennes proves that his acclaimed directorial debut "Coriolanus" was no fluke. Shot just over a year later, "The Invisible Woman" sees the Oscar-nominee go from playing one of Shakespeare's most divisive protagonists to embodying beloved author Charles Dickens. Show...

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    'The Past' Star Bérénice Bejo on Her Cannes Award Winning Performance and Working With Asghar Farhadi For Half a Year

    Returning to Cannes following her international breakthrough performance in 2011's awards juggernaut "The Artist," directed by her husband Michel Hazanavicius, Oscar nominee Bérénice Bejo returned the Croisette this year with another film to sure to return her to the forefront of awards talk -- Asgh...

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    Watch: Ralph Fiennes as a Philandering Charles Dickens in 'Invisible Woman' International Trailer

    Greeted with warms reviews at both the Telluride and Toronto film festivals, Ralph Fiennes' sophomore film following "Coriolanus," "The Invisible Woman," sees the thesp once again putting himself center stage, this time as legendary author Charles Dickens. A new international trailer has landed for ...

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    Trailer of the Week: Bérénice Bejo Plays a Wife in Search of Closure in Asghar Farhadi's 'The Past'

    Sony Pictures Classics has released its first trailer for "The Past," the latest film from Iranian director Asghar Farhadi, of 2012 Oscar winner "A Separation."

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    Review: Why Lance Armstrong Needs to Watch 'The Armstrong Lie'

    According to multiple sources associated with "The Armstrong Lie," the biker has refused to see it. That's too bad

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    Sony Pictures Classics Acquires Paul Haggis' Latest Starring James Franco and Mila Kunis

    Sony Pictures Classics has acquired US, German and Scandinavian rights to Paul Haggis' ensemble drama "Third Person," starring Adrien Brody, James Franco, Olivia Wilde, Mila Kunis, Liam Neeson and Maria Bello. The film world premiered at this year's Toronto International Film Festival.

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    Trailer of the Week: Tilda Swinton and Tom Hiddleston Crave Blood in Jim Jarmusch's 'Only Lovers Left Alive'

    How many vampire flicks does the current landscape really need? While the trend has been watered down through a young adult lens by the likes of "Twilight" & Co., Jim Jarmusch seemed a game choice for probing the genre's gothic roots, with an added dose of humor. And that cast? Tilda Swinton, Tom Hi...

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    Asghar Farhadi On Oscar Odds For 'The Past,' Iranian Filmmaking, Directing An Opera And Making An English-Language Movie

    It is a good time to be Asghar Farhadi. The Iranian director's last film, "A Separation," received acclaim all over the world, a journey that culminated with its Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film in 2012. Farhadi became the first Iranian to be accorded with this honor. Later that year, he...

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    Review: Is 'Kill Your Darlings' the Best Performance of Daniel Radcliffe's Post-'Potter' Career?

    It's the very idea of the British, typically genial Radcliffe embodying the brooding Ginsberg that stands out as a kind of dreamlike oddity, primarily because the actor is actually pretty good at it.

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