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  1. Focus Landing Harmony Korine's 'The Trap' With Idris Elba to Star (Exclusive)

    11:27 am 3/24/2015

    Elba is replacing Jamie Foxx in the two-hander opposite Benicio Del Toro, with Al Pacino, Robert Pattinson and James Franco also joining the cast.Read more

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  2. Emily Blunt-Benicio Del Toro Thriller 'Sicario' Gets Fall Release Date

    12:53 pm 2/23/2015

    Denis Villeneuve's film co-stars Josh Brolin and Jon Bernthal.Read more

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  3. 'Escobar: Paradise Lost' Trailer

    1:19 pm 2/18/2015

    After falling in love in paradise, a young man (Josh Hutcherson) quickly finds himself in over his head to please his wife's uncle, Pablo Escobar (Benicio Del Toro).Read more

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  4. 'Inherent Vice': What the Critics Are Saying

    5:55 am 12/29/2014

    Joaquin Phoenix, Josh Brolin, Owen Wilson, Katherine Waterston, Reese Witherspoon, Benicio Del Toro, Jena Malone and more compose Paul Thomas Anderson's drug hazeRead more

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  5. Benicio Del Toro Joining Jamie Foxx in Harmony Korine's 'The Trap' (Exclusive)

    5:15 pm 11/4/2014

    The Southern revenge movie written by Korine will shoot early next yearRead more

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  6. AFM: Canadian Movie Directors Go From Local Box Office to Hollywood

    6:30 am 11/4/2014

    Jean Marc Vallee's 'Dallas Buyers Club' helped Canucks carve out careers on both sides of the borderRead more

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  7. Rome Film Festival Director Marco Mueller Confirms Exit

    8:46 am 10/26/2014

    Admissions dropped by nearly 50,000 from previous yearsRead more

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  8. 'Inherent Vice': Film Review

    6:00 pm 10/4/2014

    Paul Thomas Anderson brings Thomas Pynchon's work to the big screen, with mixed results Read more

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  9. Zurich: Director Andrea Di Stefano on Why 'Escobar: Paradise Lost' Is No 'Scarface 2'

    12:26 am 10/1/2014

    Three decisions he made on the drug lord biopic were "never show cocaine, have him talk Spanish in the opening scene and never show Pablo Escobar being violent onscreen."Read more

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