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  1. 5 FingersRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Film Comment

    Originally intended for Henry Hathaway, Mankiewicz's last film on his contract with Twentieth Century Fox was this brilliant adaptation of Operation Cicero by L.C. Moyzisch, a German attachA in Ankara during WWII. Moyzisch was the personal "handler" of a spy named Elyesa Bazna, code name Cicero, who worked as a valet to the British Ambassador and supplied a wealth of information to the German high command.

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  2. A Letter to Three WivesRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Film Comment

    Mankiewicz considered this adaptation of John Klempner's 1946 novel to be his first film as a full-fledged creator. "I read it and knew I had looked upon the Promised Land," he said of Vera Caspary's treatment, in which five wives had been cut down to four .

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  3. Jamaica InnRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Film Comment

    Alfred Hitchcock's final British film was one of his least favorites, because of his dislike of costume pictures in general and his disagreeable experience with Charles Laughton in particular-"He's a talented amateur," Hitchcock would later tell FranA ois Truffaut, "not really a professional." But he was frequently given to underrating his own work, and such was the case with this dark, moody adaptation of Daphne du Maurier's novel about a group of smugglers on the Cornish coast that forces ships to run aground in order to loot their holds.

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  4. JaujaRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Film Comment

    A work of tremendous beauty and a source of continual surprise, Alonso's first film since 2008's Liverpool is also his first period piece , his first film with international stars , and his first screenplay with a co-writer . But the emphasis, as in all his work, is on bodies in landscapes.

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  5. Horse MoneyRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Film Comment

    Since the late '90s, Pedro Costa has devoted himself to the task of doing justice to the lives and tragedies and dreams of the Cape Verdean immigrants who once populated the now-demolished neighborhood of Fontainhas. Costa works with a minimal crew and at ground level, patiently building a unique cinematographic language alongside the men and women he has befriended.

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  6. Canadian Stage Presents KISS & CRY, Now thru 10/5Read the original story

    18 hrs ago | BroadwayWorld.com

    Canadian Stage opens the 2014.15 season with the Toronto premiere of Kiss & Cry, a critic and audience favourite from Belgium created by choreographer Michle Anne De Mey and filmmaker Jaco Van Dormael . For five performances only at the Bluma Appel Theatre , from today, Oct. 1 to 5, this interdisciplinary performance combines live cinematography, digital technology and dance into a stunning, innovative experience.

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  7. Christian Bale on Playing a 'Troubled and Tumultous' Moses in Exodus: Gods and KingsRead the original story

    19 hrs ago | ComingSoon.net

    "You can't out-Heston Chartlon Heston," a long-haired Christian Bale laughed tonight following a presentation of footage from his upcoming Biblical epic, Exodus: Gods and Kings "There's no point in trying!" Bale had been keen to work with director Ridley Scott after hearing such good things from so many of his co-stars over the years and, when Scott suggested that Bale take on the role of Moses, the star went straight into research mood, taking in texts like Jonathan Kirsch's "Moses: A Life" and Louis Ginzberg's "The Legends of the Jews" as well as both the Torah and the Quran in full. His very first stop, however, may be a bit surprising.

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  8. Bollywood openings: 'Bang Bang' and 'Haider' come to TampaRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | St. Petersburg Times

    Much to the confusion of fans everywhere, Bollywood apparently had the same titling idea as Ariana Grande, Nicki Minaj and Jessie J. With a little dancing minus the twerking, this Bang Bang is a regular ol' shoot-'em-up tale about a good guy on the run who drags along a skimpily dressed innocent bank receptionist. The international dash crosses Greece, the United Arab Emirates, Thailand and, of course, India, conveniently ignoring a few places in between.

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  9. Openings in Columbia SC: Annabelle, Gone Girl, Left BehindRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Free Times

    OPENINGS Annabelle Quasi-prequel to last year's terrifying The Conjuring concerns a doll that is possessed by a malevolent force. Gone Girl In David Fincher's latest directorial effort, a husband's innocence is questioned when his wife disappears.

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  10. Where's Dewy?Read the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Rink Royalty

    May 3, 2014; Anaheim, CA, USA; Los Angeles Kings defenseman Drew Doughty warms up in the hallway before game one of the second round of the 2014 Stanley Cup Playoffs against the Anaheim Ducks at Honda Center. Mandatory Credit: Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Sports I know Dewy's been missing lately with an upper-bod injury.

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  11. Ready for More Twilight? Five Shorts are Coming to FacebookRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | ComingSoon.net

    Lionsgate announced today it is teaming with Facebook, the prestigious Women In Film organization, the crowdsourcing platform Tongal and best-selling "Twilight Saga" author Stephenie Meyer to create and manage a social media campaign to develop and produce a series of short films directed by aspiring female filmmakers. The campaign, called "The Storytellers - New Creative Voices of The Twilight Saga," will include films based on a broad spectrum of characters from the "Twilight" universe, with guidance provided by Meyer's encyclopedic "The Twilight Saga: Official Illustrated Guide."

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  12. Wishlist: Stars we want to play Yuvraj, Shikhar Dhawan, Sehwag on screenRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Rediff.com

    When Indian skipper MS Dhoni has commissioned a film on his life, why should other cricketing luminaries be left behind? Raja Sen presents his wishlist for potential cricketing biopics. ow that we've all had time to look at the poster for the upcoming MS Dhoni biopic -- produced by the cricketer himself -- and react to the thought of him being played by Sushant Singh Rajput, we thought we should offer up a few suggestions for actors to be cast cricketing movies.

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  13. Katrina: I am not playing a glamorous character in Bang BangRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Rediff.com

    Bang Bang actress Katrina Kaif explains just how she's stacked up more hits than flops in her career, her collaboration with mostly A-list actors, and how, despite the looks of it, she didn't have to work hard at all on her newest film. he has starred opposite all the three star Khans of Bollywood in her last three films -- Salman Khan in Ek Tha Tiger , Shah Rukh Khan in Jab Tak Hai Jaan , and Aamir Khan in Dhoom 3. Now, Katrina Kaif reunites with her Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara costar Hrithik Roshan in Siddharth Anand's slick new actioner Bang Bang , set to hit the marque October 2. The actress speaks to Patcy N about her new film.

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  14. Remember JibJab? They're About to Enliven Your Messages.Read the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Re/code

    Brothers Evan and Gregg Spiridellis made their first big splash with a political satire video that depicted Republican President George W. Bush and his 2004 Democratic challenger, John Kerry, attacking one another in a parody of Woody Guthrie's "This Land Is Your Land." The video went "viral" in the days before anyone had coined the term.

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  15. 'Equalizer' director sure footedRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Toledo Blade

    Back in the day - well, the 1980s - Antoine Fuqua was more likely to catch an episode of Miami Vice than The Equalizer . He was a music lover in his late teens and early 20s, after all, but he tuned into the Edward Woodward series every once in a while.

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  16. Blake Lively Shrugs Off Website CriticismRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | ContactMusic.com

    Actress Blake Lively is bouncing back from the stinging comments about her new lifestyle website by using the more constructive criticism to improve the project. The Gossip Girl star followed in the footsteps of fellow actress Gwyneth Paltrow by launching her own lifestyle portal, Preserve, earlier this year , but it won a slew of negative reviews with some critics branding the site "ridiculous" and "pretentious".

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  17. 'Breakfast at Tiffany's': Read THR's 1961 ReviewRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Hollywood Reporter

    To celebrate what would've been Truman Capote 's 90th birthday, we look back at The Hollywood Reporter' s 1961 review of Breakfast at Tiffany's . Although it's difficult to understand how our critic saw Holly Golightly as "a woman like many others in Manhattan," it's heartening to learn that leading men were then, as now, valued for achieving "the aura of manliness without sweat."

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  18. Tracks: Mia Wasikowska Walks Across AustraliaRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Seattle Weekly

    Mia Wasikowska's face, body language, and vocal delivery are in perfect harmony with the countryside that surrounds her in Tracks: human figure and landscape are equally mysterious and unforgiving. The place is the Australian desert, where in 1975 a young woman named Robyn Davidson determined she would walk the 1,700 miles from Alice Springs to the Indian Ocean.

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  19. Pump: Jason Bateman Wants You to Fight the Tyranny of Big OilRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Seattle Weekly

    Did you know that Prohibition was a gambit by Standard Oil baron John D. Rockefeller to prevent Henry Ford from allowing his cars to run on ethanol? In this version of history, uncorroborated by actual historians, the temperance movement never existed. Certainly Big Oil has had undue influence in Washington, D.C., but is that the reason for the petro-monopoly of the marketplace? The film's producers, affiliated with the Fuel Freedom Foundation, allow no such quibbles or nuance.

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  20. Pacific Aggression: A Locally Made Love StoryRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Seattle Weekly

    ... the history of Washington state and the West in general. He makes Frank a history buff, fond of watching old cowboy movies in motel rooms. Frank's ruminations on the frontier, like Meryl's explication of her heritage, are illustrated via eclectic ...

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