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  1. 5 Best Scenes of Nudity, Sexuality or Seduction 2010

    10:07 am 12/23/2010

    Which awards groups gave the smartest, artiest, sexiest insights into film this year? The Alliance of Women Film Journalists and the Women Film Critics Circle. Read more

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  2. Julie Taymor on ‘The Tempest’ Gender Switch: I ‘Didn’t Have an Actor In Mind’ for Helen Mirren’s Role

    9:05 pm 12/7/2010

    Helen Mirren can do anything — and that includes playing a role originally meant for a man.Read more

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  3. EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Halle Berry Thinks Helen Mirren Has Beaten Ageism

    5:04 pm 12/7/2010

    The actress says the 65-year-old Mirren has single-handedly broken down barriers in Hollywood.Read more

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  4. EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Helen Mirren Knocks Hollywood for Worshipping Young Men

    3:01 pm 12/7/2010

    The actress notes in her speech from The Hollywood Reporter's Women in Entertainment breakfast that filmmakers continue "to worship at the altar of the 18 to 25-year-old male and his penis."Read more

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  5. VIDEO: Helen Mirren on Hollywood

    2:38 pm 12/7/2010

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  6. Hollywood's Great Dame: Helen Mirren

    12:01 pm 12/6/2010

    The acclaimed actress is this year's Sherry Lansing Leadership Award recipientRead more

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  7. Grande Dame Helen Mirren: My Sex Appeal is ‘Bloody Irrelevant’

    10:08 am 12/6/2010

    The acclaimed actress is The Hollywood Reporter’s 2010 Sherry Lansing Leadership Award recipient.Read more

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  8. Palm Springs Shines on Natalie Portman and Colin Firth

    6:32 pm 11/15/2010

    Which is more important to Natalie Portman's and Colin Firth's Oscar hopes, their Palm Springs International Film Festival honors, or the Effable Effect?Read more

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  9. Brighton Rock: Film Review

    12:45 pm 9/12/2010

    Rowan Joffe's film of Graham Greene's 1938 novel "Brighton Rock" takes a gothic approach to the story of a young thug obsessed with hell with little of the writer's subtlety and too much reliance on a loud quasi-religious choral score.Read more

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