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  1. 'Macbeth': Michael Fassbender, Marion Cotillard Look Grim in New Images

    9:49 am PDT 08/27/2015
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    Something wicked this way comes. READ MORE

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  2. First Look: Michael Fassbender in 'Assassin's Creed'

    8:48 am PDT 08/27/2015
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    Meet Callum Lynch. READ MORE

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  3. Centenarians on Reaching Age 100: "I Never Thought About It. I Just Lived."

    8:30 am PDT 08/27/2015
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    "When people ask me, 'how come you live so long?' I say, 'keep moving.'" READ MORE

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  4. Centenarian 'Trainwreck' Star: "This Movie Has Scenes That Would Have Been Inconceivable in Our Day"

    8:30 am PDT 08/27/2015
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    The Hollywood Centenarians talk about their favorite films they starred in. READ MORE

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  5. Martin Freeman Recalls His Botched First 'Sherlock' Audition

    8:17 am PDT 08/27/2015
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    "My agent told me, 'They kind of hated you; they thought you didn’t want it and were a moody prick.' " READ MORE

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  6. Toronto Film Festival: Jason Reitman to Direct 'The Princess Bride' Live Read

    8:05 am PDT 08/27/2015
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    No word yet on which Toronto Fest stars will relive Rob Reiner's fairy tale with a table read. READ MORE

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  7. Cate Blanchett to Receive BFI Fellowship

    6:04 am PDT 08/27/2015
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    'Truth' — starring the actress and Robert Redford — will have a special screening at the London Film Festival the same night as the presentation. READ MORE

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  8. 'Selma' Sequel? Awards Season's Early Deadlines Force a Rush to Judgment

    6:00 am PDT 08/27/2015
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    Oscar hopefuls like Quentin Tarantino's 'Hateful Eight,' Alejandro G. Inarritu's 'Revenant' and David O. Russell's 'Joy' could be penalized by guilds that begin picking their favorites in mid-November, creating the potential for a 'Selma'-like snub. READ MORE

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  9. Awards Season Screening-Room Crisis Looms in NYC

    5:00 am PDT 08/27/2015
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    As Oscar season hits, a rash of theater closures raises the question: Where are studios going to show their films to tastemakers and voters? READ MORE

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  10. European Film Academy Seeks Donations to Fund Oleg Senstov Appeal

    4:54 am PDT 08/27/2015
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    Russia this week sentenced the Ukrainian filmmaker to 20 years on terrorism charges, a ruling called 'a farce' by the U.S. ambassador to Ukraine. READ MORE

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  11. Germany's Splendid Medien Returns to Profit in First Half

    3:06 am PDT 08/27/2015
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    A mix of male-friendly action and femme-focused dramas, including Julianne Moore-starrer 'Still Alice,' boosted results at the distributor. READ MORE

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  12. Oscars: Germany Picks 'Labyrinth of Lies' for Foreign Language Category

    2:45 am PDT 08/27/2015
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    The period drama, which Sony Classics has picked up, looks at German efforts to prosecute Nazi criminals after WWII. READ MORE

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  13. Kieth Merrill to Direct 'The Final Service'

    8:02 pm PDT 08/26/2015
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    The project, for Night Fox Entertainment, is based on an upcoming book by Gary W. Moore. READ MORE

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  14. China to Submit Jean-Jacques Annaud's 'Wolf Totem' For Oscar Consideration (Exclusive)

    6:19 pm PDT 08/26/2015
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    The film, about the wolves that roam the steppes of Mongolia, will be released stateside Sept. 11. READ MORE

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  15. China's Bona Film Group Reports 58 Percent Profit Growth in Second Quarter

    6:13 pm PDT 08/26/2015
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    Bona head Yu Dong hails great progress in its joint project with Tristar and Studio 8, 'Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk' READ MORE

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  16. Critic's Notebook: TIFF, Venice Lineups Stoke Fear of Weak Awards Season

    3:29 pm PDT 08/26/2015
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    It's the equivalent of back-to-school season for film critics, but this fall's festival offerings have yet to drum up much excitement, writes THR's chief film critic. READ MORE

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  17. Weinstein Co. in Talks to Hire Relativity's Tucker Tooley as COO

    2:34 pm PDT 08/26/2015
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    A source close to Relativity said that Tooley is committed to staying with the embattled studio throughout its bankruptcy sale. READ MORE

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  18. Original 'Star Wars' Radio Adaptations Get New Offering

    1:55 pm PDT 08/26/2015
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    The adapted versions were originally created for NPR. READ MORE

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  19. Colorado Theater Shooter James Holmes Formally Sentenced to Life in Prison

    1:41 pm PDT 08/26/2015
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    "It is almost impossible to comprehend how a human being is capable of such acts," Judge Carlos A. Samour Jr. said of Holmes, who was convicted of murdering 12 people and trying to kill 70 others when he opened fire on a packed theater. READ MORE

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  20. Oscars: First Screener of Award Season Arrives in Voters' Mailboxes

    1:36 pm PDT 08/26/2015
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    Bleecker Street's 'I'll See You in My Dreams,' a well-received spring release that particularly appeals to older people (who comprise a sizable portion of the Academy's membership), began reaching Academy members on Wednesday. READ MORE

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  21. Robert Redford-Cate Blanchett Drama 'Truth' to Open Hamptons Film Festival

    1:07 pm PDT 08/26/2015
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    Written and directed by James Vanderbilt, the film centers on a news scandal involving anchor Dan Rather. READ MORE

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