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    Best Supporting Actress Oscar Predictions 2015

    Critics groups voting has a huge influence on the supporting Oscar races. Best Supporting Actress has solidified with four locks and several sexy candidates for the fifth slot.

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    'The Imitation Game': from Black List to Crowdpleasing Oscar Contender

    Look up the credits of "The Imitation Game" and you will see that the producing team of Ido Ostrowsky and Nora Grossman have not produced any other movies. And yet the first time out of the gate their period British biopic of Enigma codebreaker Alan Turing is the Weinstein Co.'s top dog in this year...

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    Watch: Here's Proof Benedict Cumberbatch is (Almost) As Smart as Alan Turing

    The "Sherlock" star is no dummy. The proof lies in this video of the actor talking about his role as Alan Turing in "The Imitation Game."

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    10 Underdog Actresses Who Deserve Oscar's Attention This Year

    Instead of dipping into the already repetitive waters of November Oscar talk (it's basically a waiting game until that last batch of films begins screening), how about taking an opportunity to discuss a few names that aren't getting as much talk as they may deserve?

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    Keira Knightley on Being 'Floppy' For Lynn Shelton in 'Laggies'

    The Oscar-nominee talks to Indiewire about her funniest performance to date in A24's romantic comedy "Laggies."

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    Eight Reasons Why 'The Imitation Game' and 'The Theory of Everything' Are Oscar Rivals

    How many British biopics will fit into this year's Oscar race? The Toronto Film Festival revealed not only Benedict Cumberbatch as World War II codebreaker Alan Turing in "The Imitation Game," but Eddie Redmayne as cosmologist Stephen Hawking in "The Theory of Everything." (Oddly, Cumberbatch played...

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    TIFF Interview: Keira Knightley Loosens Up for 'Laggies' and Fakes It In 'The Imitation Game'

    Keira Knightley talks with Indiewire about her two films playing at the Toronto International Film Festival.

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    Keira Knightley, Sam Rockwell and Chloë Grace Moretz Act Like Kids in Exclusive Poster for 'Laggies'

    "Laggies" will mark its international premiere when it screens at the Toronto International Film Festival next month. Check out the exclusive poster below.

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    Weinstein Co. Awards Plans Come Into Focus: What Are Their Oscar Frontrunners?

    Dating a film says a lot about a distributor's plans. So the later the film comes out--in the thick of the most congested season of the year-- the more willing the company is to step up and promote. It means they have skin in the Oscar game. There's no other reason to put out a limited-release movie...

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    Oscar-Hopeful 'The Imitation Game' with Benedict Cumberbatch Will Open BFI London Film Festival

    Starring Benedict Cumberbatch as Alan Turing, "The Imitation Game" has been slated to open the 58th BFI London Film Festival. The showing will be the European Premiere of the film.

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