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    Watch: Idris Elba Embodies Nelson Mandela in the First Teaser for 'Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom'

    Starting today in theaters worldwide you can see Idris Elba fight off alien monsters in "Pacific Rim." While that film is unlikely to snag him any awards come Fall, his next project, the Nelson Mandela biopic "Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom," is -- should it go over well.

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    Everything You Need to Know About The Weinstein Company's 'The Butler' Dispute and The MPAA's Title Registration Bureau

    As a resolution to this drama is expected soon, here’s a rundown of everything you need to know for now.

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    Original General Zod Terence Stamp On 'Man of Steel' and Leading 'Unfinished Song'

    With General Zod currently battling it out against Superman on the big screen in Zack Snyder’s massively successful "Man of Steel," the first actor to play the baddie onscreen, ‘60s icon Terence Stamp, returns to cinemas with "Unfinished Song," a film that couldn't be further removed from that summe...

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    Cannes: Marion Cotillard On Learning Polish to Play 'The Immigrant' for James Gray (Who Reveals He Was Unfamiliar With the Actress)

    After a few title changes and long wait for James Gray fans (his last feature "Two Lovers" came out five years ago), the helmer's first period project "The Immigrant" finally premiered today in Cannes with many clamoring to know if it would deliver the requisite goods to come out of the festival as ...

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    Five Minutes of Nicole Kidman as 'Grace of Monaco' is Not Enough: The Weinstein Co. Underwhelms With Their Cannes Preview

    Coming off a banner year thanks to "Silver Linings Playbook" and "Django Unchained" netting over $100 million each domestically and three Oscars (two for "Django" and one for "Silver"), The Weinstein Company sailed into Cannes this year eager to kick off a follow-up via their annual slate preview. W...

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    'Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon 2 - The Green Destiny' Gets a Start Date, But No Ang Lee

    Production is finally set to begin on the sequel to 2000's most exciting Best Picture nominee. No, not "Gladiator" -- that would be "Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon II - The Green Destiny," shooting on which will start in March 2014, The Weinstein Company announced today.

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    Buy A Damn Clip-On: How to Navigate the Cannes Film Festival's Opening Night

    Cannes celebrates the superficiality of posh, luxurious spectacles while forcing its guests to struggle through the chaos.

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    The Weinstein Company Gunning for Oscar With New 'Fruitvale Station' Poster

    Ahead of its debut in Cannes' Un Certain Regard section later this month, The Weinstein Company has released the first poster for "Fruitvale Station" (formerly titled "Fruitvale"), beginning the first stages of an assumed Oscar push for the film.

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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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    Bradley Cooper Enlists 'Chef' John Wells For New Cooking Drama

    The story of “Chef” is rather complicated, but let’s have a go at it. And before we get there, do not confuse this with the very-similarly sounding “Chef” project that Jon Favreau is now attached to. Written by “Eastern Promises” screenwriter Steven Wright, “Chef,” is a cooking comedy/drama that’s b...

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