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    Eddie Redmayne on His 'Frustrating' Performance in 'The Theory of Everything' and Why He Never Wants to Sing Again

    Eddie Redmayne's transformation into Stephen Hawking is one of Indiewire's favorite performances of the year. Here's how he did it.

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    Preview Mondo's Limited Edition Oscar Posters Set to Go on Sale Sunday Night

    Mondo, the art division of the Alamo Drafthouse that specializes in awesome exclusive poster artwork, has partnered with the Academy for the second year in a row to produce a limited line of posters for the Oscar nominees.

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    Check Out Mondo's Posters For Oscar Nominees 'Paranorman,' 'Les Miserables' & 'The Master'

    Even though we're just a few short days from the Oscar hardware finally being handed out and everyone getting wasted at the Vanity Fair party (hey guys, where's our invite?), that doesn't mean there still isn't time to honor the nominess. And Mondo has provided a little preview of wh...

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    2-Disc, Expanded 'Les Miserables' Soundtrack Featuring 22 More Songs Slated For Release In March

    While the Oscar talk around "Les Miserables" has pretty much stalled apart from the very, very good chance that Anne Hathaway will walk away with the trophy for her performance of "I Dreamed A Dream," the tremendous fan base have helped push the musical to over $350 million worldwide. Even more, the...

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    Check Out Academy-Commissioned Illustrated Posters for The Oscars' Best Picture Nominees

    With the BAFTAs now done and dusted -- and Ben Affleck seemingly one inch closer to a complete “Argo” victory -- the Oscars are next in line to focus everyone's attention on the films of 2012. The Academy should be pretty confident that people will indeed tune in, but this year they&...

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    The Oscar Best Picture Nominees By The Numbers

    We are a little over two weeks out from Oscar night, and today sees the opening of the second phase of voting. Right now, and over the next ten days, Academy members will be filling out ballots and deciding who's actually going to be taking home the statues on Sunday, February 24th.

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    BAFTA Unveils Great Illustrated Designs For Best Picture Nominees 'Argo,' 'Les Misérables,' 'Life Of Pi,' 'Lincoln' & 'Zero Dark Thirty'

    The Oscars aren't the only major awards ceremony in February that will attract movie stars and airheaded red carpet commentators in equal measure. Across the pond, the BAFTAs will hand out their trophies a couple weeks earlier, and attendees will get something nice too, just for showing up.

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    'Argo' Takes The Best Ensemble Award, Jennifer Lawrence Wins Best Actress For 'Silver Linings Playbook': 2013 SAG Awards

    Well the night went like many expected, but "Argo" upsetting "Silver Linings Playbook" was a significant surprise. The Ben Affleck-directed picture seems unstoppable and poised to win the Oscar Best Picture. More analysis tomorrow.

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    Watch: Go To The French Alps In 'Les Miserables' Featurette & Check Out The Oscar TV Spot

    Perhaps the most interesting aspect of “Les Miserables” was that the actors were actually singing as they were being filmed, a fact that was further brought to light thanks to a four-minute featurette that was released a few months before the film came out. Now we get yet another feature...

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    Berlin Film Festival Adds Movies From Jane Campion, Michael Winterbottom, Shane Carruth, James Franco & More

    If things seems a bit quiet, at least for the moment, that's because everyone in Hollywood is packing their bags and getting the last details sorted out to head to the Sundance Film Festival. Meanwhile across the pond, industry folks are also gearing up for their first major event of the movie y...

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