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    Kristen Stewart Explains How She Held Her Own with Juliette Binoche in 'Sils Maria'--and Won a Cesar

    Kristen Stewart is a sharp and experienced actress who is globally bankable: this gives gives her many choices. We talk about how she's making the most of them.

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    Simon Pegg on Critics, Tom Cruise and Indies Vs. Blockbusters

    Simon Pegg talks "Star Trek," "Mission Impossible," and the backlash against "Hector and the Search for Happiness."

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    Ryan Gosling Reveals How and Why He Shot 'Lost River'

    Ryan Gosling is still licking his wounds after introducing 'Lost River' to a dismissive press at Cannes. If someone unknown had directed the dreamy film noir, the filmmaker would be a discovery.

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    Everything You've Ever Wanted to Know About Your Favorite Disney Characters, From the Guy Who Drew Them

    Animator Glen Keane on his decades at Disney and his latest project, "Duet."

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    Bollywood Director Vidhu Vinod Chopra Goes Western with 'Broken Horses'

    How a 'Parinda' meets 'Goodfellas' movie turned into an Anton Yelchin western.

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    Why Oscar Nominee Bennett Miller Has Only Made Four Films in 16 Years

    The acclaimed filmmaker sat down with Indiewire to discuss his career and latest film, "Foxcatcher."

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    Why 'American Crime' Creator John Ridley Prefers TV Even After Winning an Oscar

    "To me, it would've been really wonderful to do 'American Crime' for two hours and explore these characters, but it's even more wonderful to be able to explore them over 11 hours and really take the time to step these characters out."

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