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Darren Aronofsky, Natalie Portman and Winona Ryder on the Making of 'Black Swan'
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Category: Cast & Crew
Tagged: Darren Aronofsky, Natalie Portman, Black Swan, Winona Ryder
Learn about the making of the film via Aronofsky and his leading lady, Natalie Portman, in this talk from the 2010 Toronto International Film Festival.
Added by on 8/21/14
On The Rise 2014: 13 Actresses To Watch
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Slowly but surely, audiences are proving that they'll turn up and see actresses in parts that are more than just token roles, and studio executives are increasingly running out of excuses to stick with the status quo. (Unless their name is Kevin Feige, apparently.) And it's lucky, because the depth and range of female talent that's coming up is enormously impressive, and they deserve to have killer roles to take on.
Added by on 8/20/14
'Sin City:' Rodriguez, Miller talk tough guys, fast cars, deadly dames
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Category: Cast & Crew
Tagged: Robert Rodriguez, Sin City, Sin City 2: A Dame To Kill For
When director Robert Rodriguez and legendary comic-book author Frank Miller released their movie "Sin City" in 2005, they had few expectations they'd ever make the sequel opening this Friday. In fact, they weren't sure audiences would turn up for the first film at all.
Added by on 8/19/14
The Best Answers From Sean Bean's Reddit AMA
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Sean Bean starred in two of the biggest fantasy franchises of all time — as Ned Stark in Game of Thrones and Boromir in Lord of the Rings — so naturally, his (very long) Reddit AMA revolved around these roles.
Source: www.vulture.com
Added by on 8/19/14
How John Oliver Beats Apathy
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Category: Analysis
Tagged: Last Week Tonight: Season 1
John Oliver's segment on net neutrality this past June perfectly summed up what his HBO show Last Week Tonight is so good at: transcending apathy.
Added by on 8/18/14
'Let's be Cops' and the accidental timeliness problem
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Category: Analysis
Tagged: Let's Be Cops
With its dismal reviews and mediocre (B) CinemaScore, there are a number of reasons why "Let's Be Cops" failed, though it's hard to avoid one more: the accidental timeliness that had the film opening the same week all eyes were trained on the unrest in Ferguson, Mo.
Source: www.latimes.com
Added by on 8/18/14
'The Expendables 3' tanks at the box office: 5 things that went wrong
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Category: Analysis
Tagged: The Expendables 3
"The Expendables 3" also trailed the series' previous two movies, which debuted with $34.8 million and $28.8 million, both good for the No. 1 spot. What happened this time around? Here are five factors that may have contributed to "The Expendables 3" botching its mission.
Source: www.latimes.com
Added by on 8/18/14
  Mark Duplass and Elisabeth Moss on coining a new genre called 'sci-feelings'
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Category: Cast & Crew
Tagged: Mark Duplass, Elisabeth Moss, The One I Love
Salon spoke to the stars of "The One I Love" about their own chemistry, improv, and bonding over pizza
Source: www.salon.com
Added by on 8/18/14
The "Harold and Kumar" Scene You Will Never See and 5 Other Highlights from the Film's 10th Anniversary
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A full cast and crew reunion at L.A.'s New Beverly Cinema uncovers the scene that was destroyed, how the franchise nearly didn't happen and what inspired it.
Added by on 8/17/14
The Cast Inside The Strain: Runaways (Episode 5)
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Category: Analysis
Tagged: The Strain: Season 1
Welcome back for another episode of The Cast Inside The Strain! In this week's discussion, we talk vampire fighting 101 as taught by professor Abraham Sectrakian. It's a heated conversation and you won't want to miss it as Dustin and I argue the merits of style and substance in our personal battles with these creatures of the night.
Added by on 8/15/14
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