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    Sean Penn Action Thriller 'The Gunman' Acquired by Open Road Films

    Oscar-winner Sean Penn will soon be making an action-packed appearance on the big screen now that Open Road Films has acquired all U.S. rights to Pierre Morel's thriller "The Gunman."

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    Sean Penn Goes Liam Neeson in Open Road's Euro-Thriller 'The Gunman,' Will Direct 'Last Face'

    Heading into the Cannes market, Open Road Films has scooped up all U.S. rights to the political actioner "The Gunman," starring Sean Penn and directed by Pierre Morel ("Taken," "Transporter"). Even philanthropists have to collect a payday once in a while, so Penn seems to be following the Liam Neeso...

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    Trailer of the Week: Cameron Diaz Makes For a Great Femme Fatale In Ridley Scott's 'The Counselor'

    Clips and trailers for Ridley Scott's follow-up to "Prometheus," "The Counselor," have been making their way online over the past few weeks, offering a tantalizing preview of what's to come, whilst shrewdly not revealing the machinations of the script, penned by Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist Corma...

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    Watch: Michael Fassbender, Brad Pitt and Javier Bardem In Two New Clips From 'The Counselor'

    Ahead of tomorrow's release of the full trailer, the folks behind Ridley Scott's Cormac McCarthy-penned "The Counselor" have released two clips from the star-studded film, which stars Michael Fassbender in the title role alongside Brad Pitt, Cameron Diaz, Penélope Cruz, and Javier Bardem.

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    WATCH: First Trailer for Ridley Scott and Cormac McCarthy's 'The Counsellor,' Starring Fassbender, Pitt, Cruz and Bardem

    The first international trailer for Ridley Scott's "The Counsellor" has landed. The film is the first original feature screenplay penned by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Cormac McCarthy ("The Road," "No Country for Old Men") and stars Michael Fassbender, Brad Pitt, Penelope Cruz, Javier Bardem and C...

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    Watch Javier Bardem Talk 'Skyfall,' Guns & Hair with Conan O'Brien

    Javier Bardem is one of the greatest contemporary villains, but he's also one of the softest.

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    'Skyfall' Early Review Round-Up: Mendes, Craig, and Bardem Rise to the Occasion

    Early reviews for Bond 23 are glowing. Directed by Sam Mendes, "Skyfall" features Daniel Craig in his third Bond film and showcases Javier Bardem as the sinister villain and Judi Dench's M. Reviewers report that under Mendes' guidance, this James Bond might be the best of them all...

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    Bond Expert Deciphers Skyfall Intelligence, Craig's Development as 007

    So what have we learned after Thursday's press conference in London about Bond 23? Bill Desowitz, who is writing a book about the Bond films, parses the available 007 intelligence.

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    007 Watch: James Bond Might Land French Bond Girl; Idris Elba Wants a Chance At Playing 007

    French ingenue Bérénice Marlohe is the latest rumored Bond Girl for Sam Mendes' Bond 23 (photo below). Also rumored to be in the hunt for the coveted role are Freida Pinto and Olivia Wilde. Marlohe would join Daniel Craig, Judi Dench as "M," and Naomi Harris as Miss Moneypenny; Javier Bardem and Ra...

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    Film in the Decade Since 9/11: From Superheroes to Westerns, What Came After

    This week's “Now and Then” column started out comparing and contrasting two movies about assassins — Hanna (Joe Wright, 2011) and Léon: the Professional (Luc Besson, 1994)—and ended up ruminating on 9/11. Trailers below:Life and culture are too messy to be divided into easy categories like “Before” and “After,” but for all the continuities in the way films are made and viewed, a long view of the last decade reveals some important, if subtle, shifts. Watching the network news coverage of September 11 to prepare for this column, I was reminded of how much we didn’t know that day, how much our fear stemmed from no longer being able to control th...

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