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  1. Emily Mortimer and Julianne Nicholson Join Ethan Hawke in 'Ten Thousand Saints' (Exclusive)

    11:30 am 1/27/2014

    Emile Hirsch and Hailee Steinfeld are also on board the ensemble drama being directed by Bob Pulcini and Shari Berman. Read more

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  2. Best of THR's Sundance Lounge: Kristen Stewart Meets Redford, David Cross on Super Bowl

    1:32 pm 1/25/2014

    Rounding up the memorable moments from THR's Sundance lounge. Read more

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  3. Fireside Chats: Richard Linklater Reveals Why 'Boyhood' Took 12 Years to Film

    5:06 pm 1/21/2014

    "I was trying to write something about childhood and I couldn't pick one moment, so I had this idea," says Linklater. "I kind of wanted to bite off the whole thing -- childhood." The film was shot in 39 days over the course of 12 years, chronicling one boy's childhood. Read more

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  4. Boyhood: Sundance Review

    12:31 pm 1/20/2014

    Richard Linklater's latest film is an epic about growing up, banal family life and forging an identity.Read more

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  5. Broadcast Film Critics Association To Honor Forest Whitaker

    11:52 am 1/14/2014

    At the group's Critics' Choice Awards, a special award also will be given to Richard Linklater, Julie Delpy and Ethan Hawke.Read more

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  6. Sundance: Richard Linklater's 'Boyhood' Added to Festival Lineup

    10:00 am 1/13/2014

    Filmed over short periods from 2002-13, the movie stars Patricia Arquette, Ethan Hawke, Ellar Coltrane and Lorelei Linklater.Read more

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  7. Hollywood on Broadway: Who Clicked and Who Didn't in 2013

    4:04 pm 12/31/2013

    New York theater attracted its share of stars from film and television in the past year -- including Tom Hanks, Daniel Craig, Bette Midler and Billy Crystal -- but while many marquee names scored big, others underwhelmed.Read more

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  8. Gotham Awards: Full of Sound and Fury, Signifying Nothing (Analysis)

    7:47 pm 12/2/2013

    The night's big winners -- including "Inside Llewyn Davis," Matthew McConaughey, Brie Larson, Michael B. Jordan, Ryan Coogler and "The Act of Killing" -- each were chosen by different committees consisting of just five people.Read more

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