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    David Fincher Reveals His 'Life in Pictures,' from Fighting Studios to Multiple Takes

    In London Friday night, "Gone Girl" director David Fincher took to the stage at BAFTA’s Piccadilly HQ to discuss his 30-year career in film, commercials and music videos, for the "A Life In Pictures" series, with topics ranging from his job, aged 15, as a “non-union projectionist” in a small movie t...

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    Oscar Watch: Three Movies Will Dominate the Crafts Awards

    The crafts buzz has already started with Emmanuel (Chivo) Lubezki's extraordinary "continuous take" in Alejandro Gonzalez Iñárritu's "Birdman." Look for the three highest-profile epics to dominate the Oscar craft categories: "Unbroken, "Interstellar," and "Into the Woods."

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    How Christian Berger Shot the Twin Horrors of Hungary's 'The Notebook' in CinemaScope

    Janos Szasz's "The Notebook," last year's foreign Oscar film entry from Hungary, explores the dark side of inseparability among innocent yet cruel twin boys. And DP Christian Berger ("The White Ribbon"), who is now busy prepping Angelina Jolie's next directorial effort, "By the Sea," which will co-s...

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    'Fury' Starring Brad Pitt Closes London Film Festival in Bid for Oscar Contention

    David Ayer's "Fury" is a movie I want to see. That's because Ayer is a visceral, innovative director who pulls strong performances from his actors, from Christian Bale and Freddy Rodriguez in "Harsh Times" to Michael Pena and Jake Gyllenhaal in hand-held indie "End of Watch," which made my 2012 Ten...

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    Why Brad Pitt-Starrer 'Fury' Is Moving from November to October (VIDEO)

    Sony Pictures is pushing up the release of David Ayer's intense world War II film "Fury," marking "Inglourious Basterds" star Brad Pitt's return to World War II as the commander of a battle-weary five-man tank unit at the end of their tour of duty--from November 14, 2014 to October 17, 2014. "Transf...

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    Watch: Brad Pitt is a Nazi Killer (Again) in First Trailer for Oscar Hopeful 'Fury'

    Brad Pitt already played a Nazi killer, albeit a goofy one, in Tarantino's "Inglourious Basterds." Now, the famed actor once again finds himself battling soldiers of the 3rd Reich in David Ayer's much-anticipated World War II film "Fury."

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    'True Detective' Creator Nic Pizzolatto: Casting Rumors Are Bunk, Third Season Might be the Last

    The rumors are false, says "True Detective" creator Nic Pizzolatto: there's no confirmed casting for the film's second season. Oh, and he doesn't see the show going for more than three seasons.

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    Career Watch: Has 'Maleficent' Restored Angelina Jolie's Box Office Mojo?

    Reviews were mixed. But for moviegoers, the $70 million opening for "Maleficent" -- an Angelina Jolie record -- for a rare female summer action adventure suggests that they were transfixed by the sight of the right actress in a perfect-fit role.

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    Brad Pitt to Star in David Michôd's 'The Operators'

    Plan B and New Regency teamed up on Oscar-winning "12 Years a Slave" and now are developing a starring vehicle for Plan B's Brad Pitt. Australian writer-director David Michôd (“Animal Kingdom”) will follow upcoming "The Rover" (A24 summer trailer below), starring Guy Pearce and Rob Pattinson, with A...

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    Sandra Bullock and Brad Pitt Make TV Appearances on Road to Oscars (VIDEO)

    Movie stars do TV interviews in front of their movies, and Sandra Bullock, a frontrunner for Best Actress for "Gravity," and Brad Pitt, the producer and supporting star of "12 Years a Slave," are no exception, charming their interlocutors (Jay Leno and Ann Curry, respectively) and hopefully a smatte...

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