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    Jude Law on Books, Dating and Bulking Up for Submarine Thriller 'Black Sea'

    Jude Law's new film "Black Sea"opened on January 23, before which he sat down with Indiewire to chat.

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    Why You Shouldn't Say Hi to 'Low Down's' John Hawkes on the Street

    John Hawkes plays troubled jazz musician Joe Albany in Jeff Preiss' "Low Down." Hawkes sat down with Indiewire to chat about his musical roots and his new found fame.

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    'Gone Girl' (and Now Oscar Nominee) Rosamund Pike On Landing the Role of a Lifetime

    David Fincher's "Gone Girl" Rosamund Pike talks to Indiewire about working with the filmmaker and why the project spoke to her.

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    Watch: Nicole Kidman Talks 'Strangerland' at Sundance (Exclusive Video Interview)

    Nicole Kidman gives us a relaxed video chat at Sundance right before the world premiere of her provocative Australian thriller 'Strangerland.'

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    Writer-Director Steve Knight Moves from Indie 'Locke' to TV Hit 'Peaky Blinders' and the Sequel to 'World War Z'

    UK writer-turned-director Steven Knight ("Dirty Pretty Things," "Eastern Promises") is in demand. Between script assignments, he likes a challenge, like "Locke," in which Tom Hardy repeated the same sequence 16 times from start to end in 12 days, locked inside a moving car on the M6 in England, with...

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    Oscar Nominee Julianne Moore On What She Learned Making ‘Still Alice’

    Julianne Moore’s performance as an accomplished career woman, wife and mother diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer’s disease in 'Still Alice' has been an awards-season talking point since the film premiered at TIFF in September.

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