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    Robert Duvall, Due for Another Oscar, Talks Get Low

    Get Low opens Friday, almost a year after its debut at the Toronto International Film Festival, where it was one of the few movies to pop out as a winner. Sure enough, Sony Pictures Classics scooped up the unpretentious rural drama, which showcases veteran actor's actor Robert Duvall in a finely-tun...

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    Comic-Con: Gondry Talks Green Hornet

    It's deja vu all over again at Comic-Con.

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    Julie Taymor's The Tempest to Close Venice Film Festival

    The Venice International Film Festival announced Monday morning that Julie Taymor's The Tempest will close the fest, which runs September 1 through 11th. Darren Aronofsky's Black Swan is the opener.

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    Emmy Noms Winners: The Pacific, Glee, Mad Men; Snubs for Treme and Leno

    The highlights of Thursday morning's nominations for the 62nd annual primetime Emmy Awards are:

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    Debating Eclipse and Knight and Day with At the Movies' Phillips and Scott

    Apparently my defense of James Mangold's Knight and Day so astonished At the Movies' Michael Phillips and A.O. Scott that the co-hosts asked me to debate the subject with them online via Skype; we also tangled a bit on The Twilight Saga: Eclipse, which Scott liked, but Phillips loathed.

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    Stewart Does Letterman, Likely Can't Do Girl with Dragon Tattoo

    It looks like Twilight star Kristen Stewart is too busy to even chase after The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. She'd love to do the role, but hasn't talked to David Fincher about it and may not be able to squeeze it into her crazy schedule anyway. (Meanwhile, in The New Yorker, Nora Ephron channels Li...

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    Swinton Talks I Am Love, Orlando Reissue, and a Film with Uncle Boonmee Director

    Tilda Swinton is a brainy actress who swings easily from passion indie projects (The Deep End, Julia and the upcoming I Am Love) to studio fare, from arch-villains to objects of desire, and from mother in the Scottish highlands to glamourous globe-trotting movie star. She won an Oscar as George Cloo...

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    Ridley Scott Talks Blade Runner, Alien and Its Prequels, and a McMurtry Western

    Sir Ridley Scott blew off the Cannes opening of Robin Hood and the recent Produced By Conference, blaming recent knee surgery, but the filmmaker turned up in a L.A. for a fan-friendly--safe--chat about his two classics Alien and Blade Runner at the LAT's inaugural Hero Complex Film Festival. TOH con...

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