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    Watch: Michael Caine and Clémence Poesy Form an Unlikely Bond in Exclusive Clip From 'Last Love'

    Indiewire has obtained an exclusive clip from "Last Love," opening in theaters today.

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    Bella Heathcote And Emma Watson In Running For 'Secret Service' Female Lead, Unknown Taron Egerton Set For Lead

    Well, it looks like "The Secret Service," the next Matthew Vaughn-directed adaptation of a Mark Millar comic book, is almost fully staffed with secret agents. According to a Variety report, newcomer Taron Egerton has landed the lead role of a young street tough who is turned into a super spy, in a s...

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    Watch: Michael Caine Reveals Alfred's Backstory In 'The Dark Knight' Trilogy, Compares Christopher Nolan To David Lean

    "The Dark Knight Rises" may be on home video for your viewing pleasure, with plenty to dig into among the extras, but that doesn't mean there still isn't more to discover about the film. The promotion for the movie continues and over at the Warner Bros. UK YouTube channel, they'...

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    Michael Caine Joins Louis Leterrier's 'Now You See Me'

    It seems with each passing day, Louis Leterrier again raises the stakes on his high concept heist flick "Now You See Me." With a cast that already includes Mark Ruffalo, Jesse Eisenberg, Morgan Freeman, Isla Fisher, Melanie Laurent, Woody Harrelson and Dave Franco, it's now getting a dose of English...

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    'The Dark Knight Rises' To Shoot May-November 2011

    Cast Will Get Script In JanuaryAsk a simple question, get a simple answer.

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    Shakespeare Goes Sci-Fi in "Henry5," With Michael Caine, Ray Winstone and Gerard Depardieu

    Once More Unto The Breach, Dear Friends... Shakespeare and science fiction aren't necessarily the most obvious mix, but as proven by the 50s classic "Forbidden Planet" (and to a lesser extent, Godard's post-apocalyptic "King Lear," which refers to the play more than it adapts it), it can work, and ...

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