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  1. 'Strangerland': Sundance Review

    10:06 pm 1/23/2015

    Nicole Kidman and Joseph Fiennes are the parents of two children who go missing in the Australian outback in Kim Farrant's feature debut.Read more

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  2. 'Insidious' and 'Saw's' Leigh Whannell Wants His Next Project To Be Sci-Fi

    2:27 pm 12/2/2014

    The mastermind talks unlikely inspirations — Rob Reiner? — and the 'Star Wars' director he says is his favorite modern filmmakerRead more

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  3. Hugo Weaving on 'Captain America 3': "I Haven't Talked to Anyone About It"

    3:00 pm 11/28/2014

    Weaving stars in the drug drama 'The Mule'Read more

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  4. In Theaters This Weekend: Reviews of 'Hunger Games: Mockingjay' and More

    6:30 am 11/21/2014

    And see what THR's critics are saying about the Hugo Weaving crime film 'The Mule' and the Penn State abuse doc 'Happy Valley'Read more

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  5. Healing: Film Review

    7:29 pm 5/6/2014

    Hugo Weaving and Don Hany star in an emotionally satisfying story of redemption set on a prison farm in the Australian bush. Read more

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  6. Nicole Kidman's 'Strangerland' Begins Shooting in Australia

    10:40 pm 3/26/2014

    The indie mystery drama, starring Kidman, Joseph Fiennes and Hugo Weaving, is beginning production this week in Sydney and will later shoot in the remote outback towns of Canowindra and Broken Hill. Read more

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  7. Nicole Kidman, Guy Pearce and Hugo Weaving to Star in Australian Feature 'Strangerland'

    3:40 pm 10/20/2013

    Kim Farrant is directing the film with financing from Screen Australia.Read more

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  8. The Turning: Melbourne Review

    1:12 am 8/20/2013

    A starry Australian cast including Cate Blanchett, Rose Byrne, Hugo Weaving and Richard Roxburgh populates a beautiful and audacious compendium film boasting 17 different directors. Read more

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  9. Mystery Road: Sydney Review

    6:11 pm 6/6/2013

    Aaron Pedersen, Hugo Weaving, Ryan Kwanten and Jack Thompson star in indigenous director Ivan Sen’s slow-burn Outback murder-mystery.Read more

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