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Kill Your Darlings

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    Review: Kill Your Darlings

    Icons turned mortals is a premise often attempted when aiming to deliver a humanized version of figures otherwise revered without any context of what experiences or lack of, shaped them into the idol they'd become. For a film that compiles a period of time in the lives of the most iconic ...

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    Watch: New Clips From 'Carrie' & 'Kill Your Darlings'

    Young people going wild in horrific and inspiring ways will feature in a couple of October movies that couldn't be more different. That said, there is that tenuous common theme that links them, and so we've rounded them up together for convenience's sake.

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    10 Films To See In October

    You could be inclined to believe October is just like any other month, especially since there’s only one major horror movie set for wide release to scare your pants off on Halloween. Sadly this must-see slate of ten won’t sate your bloodlust, but it does feature awards-contenders, smart indies and s...

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    Toronto: Michael C. Hall On Saying Goodbye to 'Dexter' and Playing His First Gay Character Since 'Six Feet Under' in 'Kill Your Darlings'

    For eight seasons Michael C. Hall has killed well over 100 people on Showtime's "Dexter." In a nice change of pace John Krokidas' acclaimed debut "Kill Your Darlings" has Hall playing the victim at the other end of the blade.

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    'Kill Your Darlings' and '12 Years a Slave' To Bookend Hamptons Fest

    The 21st annual Hamptons International Film Festival's opening night film will be "Kill Your Darlings" on Thursday Oct. 10th. The director and co-writer John Krokidas will be in attendance along with actor Dane DeHaan (Chronicle, The Place Beyond the Pines). The film centers around a pivotal year in...

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    Watch: Daniel Radcliffe Kick-starts a Movement in First Trailer for 'Kill Your Darlings'

    A few days before screening at the Toronto International Film Festival, Sony Pictures Classics has unveiled the trailer for John Krokidas feature directorial debut "Kill Your Darlings," which premiered at Sundance earlier this year and stars Daniel Radcliffe, Micheal C.Hall and Elizabeth Olsen.

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    It's Smutty & Absurd: Watch The Full Trailer For 'Kill Your Darlings' Starring Daniel Radcliffe & Dane DeHaan

    At the beginning of the month, a half uploaded teaser trailer for the Beat drama "Kill Your Darlings" made its way online and was summarily yanked, without anything else arriving in terms of promotional material. But the whole shebang has now broached the interwebs, unofficially it seems, and you ca...

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    WATCH: Dane DeHaan Reads Henry Miller in New Clip from 'Kill Your Darlings,' with Daniel Radcliffe

    With "Kill Your Darlings" now screening out of competition at the Venice Film Festival, a new clip and images from this 1944-set beat generation drama have emerged. The film stars Daniel Radcliffe as Allen Ginsberg who meets Lucien Carr (Dane DeHaan) at Columbia and is drawn into a murder mystery.

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    Watch: Daniel Radcliffe Meets Dane DeHaan In Clip From 'Kill Your Darlings' Plus New Photos

    The Venice Film Festival is well underway. And while the Beat Generation drama "Kill Your Darlings" isn't in competition, it is screening at the festival before it takes a trip to Toronto and lands in theaters this fall. And if you can't wait, you can get an early peek at the movie right now.

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    Fall Movie Preview: The 30 Indies You Must See

    Summer is essentially over. Maybe not by the calendar, but certainly when it comes to Hollywood. The "Grown Up 2"s and "The Hangover Part III"s have come and gone, and for anyone who likes a mediocre $200 million-budgeted film aimed at teenaged boys, you're out of luck for at least a few month...

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