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    Is This Teen Actor the Next Aaron Paul?

    Many teen actors would kill for the opportunity to act opposite Emmy winner Aaron Paul. 14-year-old Houston native Josh Wiggins got to do it on his very first feature film.

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    Review: All-Star 'About Alex' Tries Hard to Win You Over, But Ends Up Falling Flat

    "About Alex" is like a camp getaway for adults, but without the fun.

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    How a Director Made a Sci-Fi Marvel in Five Days With No Script and No Budget

    "Coherence" is not just smart science fiction: it's a triumph of crafty independent filmmaking, made with few resources and big ambition.

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    Why Gia Coppola Was Embarrassed to Show Her Family 'Palo Alto'

    It seems that at a certain point in the Coppola family you’re given a camera and a typewriter and tasked to go out and make your own film.

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    'F*ck yeah, let's go:' Robin Wright Discusses Playing Robin Wright in 'The Congress'

    "This movie is not autobiographical in any way," Robin Wright stressed at a Cannes Film Festival roundtable session where she was on hand to discuss "The Congress," Ari Folman’s half live-action, half animated hallucinatory indictment of the moviemaking industry starring Wright as... Robin Wright.

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    Rosario Dawson On the Importance of Slowing Down

    Rosario Dawson has been enjoying some downtime from acting for the past year, but you wouldn't know it after glancing at her IMDb profile.

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    Elisabeth Moss on 'Mad Men,' Indie Film and Her Amazing Year

    Only three weeks into 2014, Elisabeth Moss had already won a Golden Globe for "Top of the Lake," world premiered two films at the Sundance Film Festival, and shot some scenes for the upcoming final season of "Mad Men." Talk about a great way to kick off the new year.

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    For Jude Law, Acting is About the Work, Not Banking On Looks

    On screen, Jude Law is a very pretty man. In person, the actor doesn't disappoint. At 41, he still looks like Dickie Greenleaf, the bronzed, handsome playboy he played to cocky perfection in 1999's "The Talented Mr. Ripley." The man doesn't age. So it's therefore alarming to see him as the titular g...

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    Here Are 13 Corrupt Cops On Film We Love to Hate

    In the raunchy comedy-crime film "Filth" (out now in theaters and available to view on video-on-demand platforms), James McAvoy stars as a less-than-saintly cop. In honor of "Filth" and McAvoy's memorable character, Indiewire has decided to compile a list of some of film's most rotten men in blue.

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