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    Ridley Scott Says He Prefers Director's Cut Of 'The Counselor,' Mocks Fox Studio's Prudishness

    When "The Counselor" was released last fall, it was an intriguing conundrum: how had Ridley Scott, the one-time bad boy auteur behind "Blade Runner" and "Alien," taken the first original screenplay by legendary American author Cormac McCarthy (of "No Country for Old Men" and "The Road" fame), and tu...

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    Watch: Emile Hirsch and Penelope Cruz in Love and War in Trailer New for 'Twice Born'

    Even with grayed hair and wrinkle makeup, the stoic beauty of Penelope Cruz is in full effect in the latest trailer for "Twice Born," the latest film from Italian actor-director Sergio Castellito.

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    Watch The Last 10 Years of Best Supporting Actress Oscar Speeches

    Every few weeks during awards season -- to fill in those long gaps between actual developments -- we figured we'd wet your Oscars-appetite by taking a look back at the acceptance speeches of yore. Or, in this case, the past 10 years (is that yore, yet?).

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    Michael Fassbender Gets Fidgety In New 2 Clips From 'The Counselor'; Plus 5 New Character Posters

    One of the pleasures to be had from Ridley Scott's upcoming thriller "The Counselor," we're assuming, is watching Michael Fassbender squirm. The film, based on the first original screenplay from "No Country for Old Men" author Cormac McCarthy, concerns a lawyer (Fassbender) who gets involved in drug...

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    New Poster & Photos From The Counselor Starring Fassbender, Cruz, Diaz & Bardem

    When it comes to "The Counselor," Ridley Scott's new movie that's based on "No Country for Old Men" author Cormac McCarthy's first original screenplay, there seems to be no middle ground: it's either going to be amazing or utterly unwatchable. We've watched, in a kind of hushed fascination, as each ...

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    Watch: Longest Trailer Yet For Ridley Scott's 'The Counselor' Starring Michael Fassbender

    Already dreading the end of "Breaking Bad" in six weeks or so? It looks like Ridley Scott might have something to cure what ails you. It's relatively unlikely that Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist Cormac McCarthy was inspired by the popular and acclaimed series, given that he's been writing about the...

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    Watch: Michael Fassbender, Brad Pitt and Cameron Diaz in Tense International Trailer for Ridley Scott's 'The Counselor'

    After dropping the Russian trailer for Ridley Scott's star-studded follow-up to "Prometheus," 20th Century Fox has released the international teaser for "The Counselor."

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    Watch: Penelope Cruz and Antonio Banderas Pop Up in Trailer for Almodovar's 'I'm So Excited'

    After exploring significantly darker work with 2009's noir "Broken Embraces," and 2011's psychological horror film "The Skin I Live In," Pedro Almodovar appears to be pursuing a much more lighthearted tone for his next film, "I'm So Excited," as the just-released trailer shows.

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    Woody Allen Talks The Inspiration Of Italian Cinema For 'To Rome With Love'

    “With Woody Allen, you have someone who is responsible for more memorable moments than anyone who’s ever been involved in films,” says Alec Baldwin, one of the stars of “To Rome With Love,” who joined various cast members and the director in New York City to talk with press with about the film. The ...

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    New Photo: Ellen Page & Jesse Eisenberg, Plus New English Teaser Poster

    Spring has sprung, and along with fewer clothes, that pretty much has come to mean one thing in the movie world: that a new Woody Allen film can't be far away. The director's released a film, almost always at this time of year, like clockwork (the last time he skipped one: 1981, between "Stardust Me...

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