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  1. Oscar Isaac Wishes George Lucas Had Left Original 'Star Wars' Alone

    11:40 am 9/28/2014

    "It makes [the film] less interesting," the 'Star Wars: Episode VII' actor said about Lucas' updatesRead more

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  2. Jane Lynch to Host Princess Grace Awards Gala (Exclusive)

    2:36 pm 9/24/2014

    Conan O'Brien and Geena Davis will be among the night's presenters Read more

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  3. 'A Most Violent Year' to Open AFI Fest

    5:30 am 9/24/2014

    J.C. Chandor's new film stars Jessica Chastain and Oscar IsaacRead more

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  4. How Many Stormtroopers Will There Be in 'Star Wars: Episode VII'?

    12:45 pm 9/23/2014

    Oscar Isaac suggests the Empire didn't end after 'Return of the Jedi'Read more

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  5. 'A Most Violent Year' Trailer

    10:19 am 9/18/2014

    Oscar Isaac and Jessica Chastain star in J.C. Chandor's thriller set in New York City during 1981Read more

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  6. J.C. Chandor's 'A Most Violent Year' Gets New Trailer and a Release Date

    7:18 pm 9/17/2014

    Oscar Isaac and Jessica Chastain starRead more

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  7. Stream 'Starred Up' and Meet Angelina Jolie's New Leading Man

    1:33 pm 8/29/2014

    Also on VOD this week is Oscar Isaac in "The Two Faces of January"Read more

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  8. Catherine Keener, Oscar Isaac to Star in HBO's David Simon Miniseries

    12:45 pm 7/30/2014

    Based on the book by Lisa Belkin, six-hour mini "Show Me a Hero" marks "The Wire" and "Treme" alum's latest exploration of race in America.Read more

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  9. Canada's Elevation Pictures Inks Universal Studios DVD Deal

    8:32 am 7/15/2014

    The distribution pact will start with the studio's Canadian arm releasing Mike Flanagan's Oculus on August 5. Read more

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  10. U.K. Distributor Icon Inks Four High-Profile Deals

    11:00 pm 6/3/2014

    The distribution banner posts a busy Cannes picked up rights to J.C. Chandor's "A Most Violent Year," Kristen Stewart's "Equals," Robert Carlyle's "The Legend of Barney Thomson" and David Robert Mitchell's "It Follows".Read more

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