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    New TIFF Photos: Bill Murray’s 'St. Vincent,’ Kate Winslet In ‘Little Chaos’ & Aubrey Plaza In ‘Ned Rifle’

    Let’s start out with “St. Vincent” a bittersweet indie comedy that stars the elusive Bill Murray. Murray is notoriously hard to cast, because he’s hard to track down; he has no agent and he basically has a lawyer who you drop things off to like scripts, letters, desperate pleas, etc. and when Murray...

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    TIFF Sets September 5th As Bill Murray Day With Free Screenings Of 'Ghostbusters,' 'Stripes' And 'Groundhog Day'

    While there has been a lot of insider debate this year about the Toronto International Film Festival's new rule regarding world premieres and how it will affect their lineup (or not), Toronto will definitely have one thing the rest of the fall festivals won't: Bill Murray Day.

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    TIFF 2014 Adds 'St. Vincent,' 'Winter Sleep' Plus New Films By Martin Scorsese, James Franco And More

    It's just two weeks to go until the Toronto International Film Festival, and organizers are putting the final touches on the lineup. Sorry, still no sign of Terrence Malick.

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    Watch: Bill Murray Enters the Oscar Race With 'St. Vincent' Trailer

    Bill Murray is gunning for his second career Oscar-nomination in the new trailer for "St. Vincent"

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    Watch: First Trailer For 'St. Vincent' Starring Bill Murray, Melissa McCarthy & Chris O'Dowd

    In 1998, Bill Murray came bursting back to everyone's attention in "Rushmore," and it's easy to forget that at the time, his most recent previous credits included "Wild Things" and "Space Jam." But Wes Anderson's film showed he had a lot more to offer as an actor. And from there, a new era in his ca...

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    'Grace Of Monaco' Gets Not-So-Awards-Friendly Spring 2014 Date, Harvey Weinstein Wants 'Scream 5' To Happen

    Last week saw the latest Weinstein Company-backed biopic “Grace of Monaco” formally drop out of this year’s Oscar race with Harvey Weinstein citing the film’s incompletion for the delay, saying it “just wasn’t finished, the sound, anything.” While Weinstein promised a full-court press for the Nicole...

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    Naomi Watts Joins 'St. Vincent De Van Nuys' With Bill Murray, Chris O’Dowd & Melissa McCarthy

    After earning a second Oscar nomination for her tortured performance in “The Impossible,” and having recently finished production on her portrayal of Princess Diana (“Diana”), Naomi Watts could certainly use a change of pace from such heavy-handed material. In fact, looking at her filmography from t...

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    Chris O'Dowd Headed To 'St. Vincent De Van Nuys' With Bill Murray

    It's been a pretty good week for Chris O'Dowd, and it's capping off nicely. The first trailer for his HBO series "Family Tree" dropped, his indie flick "The Sapphires" starts rolling into theaters (our review) and it looks like he's gearing up to work with Bill Murray on another effort that's quickl...

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    Melissa McCarthy May Join The Congregation Of 'St. Vincent De Van Nuys' With Bill Murray

    Rex Reed and critics be damned, because audiences are loving Melissa McCarthy. “Identity Thief,” her first major leading role following her Oscar-nominated breakout success in “Bridesmaids,” is massive hit, already earning over $115 million and counting. And it’s probably a safe bet that her summer ...

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    Bill Murray Is 'St. Vincent De Van Nuys'

    Bill Murray doesn’t go to work for just anyone. As he advances in years he’s been more and more picky with the roles he chooses, and the only films you can pretty much guarantee that he’ll appear in are those that have Wes Anderson seated in the director’s chair. However, he ...

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