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    Watch: Keira Knightley Finds Her Voice in New U.K Trailer for Romantic Comedy 'Begin Again'

    We've already shown you a ton of stills and a trailer for Toronto hit and Tribeca closer "Begin Again," but here's a new trailer for the romantic comedy hitting theaters July 4.

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    Watch: Mark Ruffalo and Keira Knightley Make Beautiful Music in 'Begin Again' Trailer

    John Carney, who wrote and directed "Once" several years ago, made quite an impression with the indie musical romance, and now he's coming back to the under-appreciated genre with a bigger budget and bigger stars. The filmmaker's upcoming dramedy "Begin Again," starring Oscar nominees Keira Knightle...

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    Tribeca Film Festival to Close With 'Begin Again,' Formerly Known As 'Can a Song Save Your Life?'

    The Tribeca Film Festival announced today that they will be closing this year's event with John Carney's musical comedy "Begin Again" on April 26. The film stars Keira Knightley, Mark Ruffalo, Hailee Steinfeild, Catherine Keener, and Adam Levine.

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    Sundance: Lynn Shelton and Keira Knightley Debut Their Delightful 'Laggies'

    "This is the first film I made -- and I've made six now -- that I didn't write myself so it was a big leap for me personally and I'm really glad that I did," director Lynn Shelton said at the world premiere of "Laggies" last night, and audiences and critics alike are already really glad too.

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    TIFF Review: John Carney's 'Can a Song Save Your Life?'

    How about we call it “Twice”? Director John Carney so desperately wants to recreate the success of “Once” with his latest pop-musical fairy tale, “Can a Song Save Your Life?,” that it’s almost embarrassing, even if there are a number of good things to say about it. Enough good things, in fact, that ...

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    Casting Watch: Keira Knightley to Produce and Star in 1920s Suspense Tale 'The Other Typist'

    Keira Knightley is set to produce and star in "The Other Typist," adapted from Suzanne Rindell's debut novel centering on an introverted typist in 1920s New York who befriends a glamorous and mysterious co-worker and is introduced to the city's fast-living underworld. Fox Searchlight snapped up the ...

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    Immersed in Movies: Jacqueline Durran Talks 'Anna Karenina' Costumes

    Although the boldness of Joe Wright's theatrical approach to "Anna Karenina" has been unappreciated by most critics, there's no denying the craft and beauty of both Sarah Greenwood's production design and Jacqueline Durran's costume design.

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    Immersed in Movies: Production Designer Greenwood Talks 'Anna Karenina'

    What's old is gloriously new again in Joe Wright's magnificent "Anna Karenina." He boldly conveys the complexity of Tolstoy's epic love story through the simplicity of a puppet-like theater, compressing time and collapsing space in a real theater. It's an elegant metaphor...

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    Oscar Watch: Sex and Death in 'Anna Karenina' Costumes (VIDEO)

    After its fest circuit rounds and limited openings last weekend, "Anna Karenina" screened Sunday at the Academy, yielding yet another set of divisive reactions. Wilshire Boulevard's Kate Mantilini Restaurant was packed with members hanging out between "Karenina" and "Lif...

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    Which Stars Need a Comeback?

    Everybody loves a comeback. Ben Affleck redeemed himself from "Jersey Girl" and Gigli" with "The Town" and "Argo," while President Obama gave Democrats hope by deciding to show up for his second debate against Mitt Romney after a frustratingly muted first roun...

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