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  1. Non-Stop: Film Review

    9:21 am 2/26/2014

    Joel Silver makes his debut as a Universal producer in the thriller that reunites Liam Neeson and director Jaume Collet-Serra.Read more

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  2. Jim Carrey, Julianne Moore, Giada De Laurentiis: 5 Hot Hollywood Kids' Books

    1:20 am 9/10/2013

    From "Hunger Games" author Suzanne Collins to Metta World Peace, THR highlights the latest children's books penned by Hollywood's bold-faced names, tackling topics as complicated as existentialism and war.Read more

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  3. 'Seventh Son' Trailer

    1:19 pm 8/8/2013

    Jeff Bridges stars as a mentor to a young man (Ben Barnes) turned warrior tasked with saving the world.Read more

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  4. Berlin 2013: Joseph Gordon-Levitt to Cut Graphic Sex Out of 'Don Jon's Addiction'

    5:21 am 2/8/2013

    “It won't affect the movie if we change that,” said the actor, confirming he would edit his film on sex addiction to gain an R rating.Read more

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  5. 'Crazy, Stupid, Love' Trailer: Steve Carell's New Movie

    1:26 pm 4/6/2011

    Warner Bros. has its first trailer for "Crazy, Stupid, Love.," a comedy-drama with Steve Carell, Emma Stone, Ryan Gosling, Julianne Moore and Marisa Tomei. The film comes out July 29.Read more

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  6. Gay Mom on 'The Kids Are All Right': 'I Kept Forgetting It Was About Lesbians'

    11:26 am 12/20/2010

    I did not expect to enjoy The Kids Are All Right. I figured I'd appreciate it as quality cinema, but I resisted watching it because, you know, why would this workaholic gay mom want to see a movie about -- SPOILER ALERT! -- how a workaholic gay mom gets cheated on by her wife. The wife doesn't just cheat with anyone, of course: She cheats with a guy. And not just any guy, but their previously unknown sperm donor, aka the biological father of their two children!!! I knew that much going in. And it set off my alarms: Was this going to be a movie about a family with two moms that breaks apart as soon as a dad -- the "real" dad -- comes on the scene? Ugh, no thanks. I've seen enough sad lesbians on the big screen, so tortured by their identity, so unable to have real relationships and a happily ever after. I am happy to report that this movie is beyond self-hatred and doubt around being gay. It's bigger than that. It's about marriage and couplehood and parenthood and what keeps us together and pulls us apartRead more

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