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Toronto: Derek Cianfrance Talks Cinema as Voyeurism: “Every Scene is a Sex Scene”

Derek Cianfrance's 'Blue Valentine', a close study of a marriage breakup that starred Ryan Gosling and Michelle Williams, may have looked painstakingly crafted.

Netflix: Movies and TV Shows Leaving in July

Take a look at the movies and TV shows that will disappear from Netflix next month.

Showtime: Movies Leaving in June

Take a look at the movies that will disappear from Showtime next month.

Steve Zahn, Kathryn Hahn Board ‘Captain Fantastic’

The latest talent additions come as Entertainment One picks up the international rights to the Viggo Mortensen-starrer by writer-director Matt Ross.

Gosling, Guns and a ‘Nation Built on Brutality’: Derek Cianfrance on ‘The Place Beyond the Pines’

The director tells THR, "I hate gun violence in movies, I feel like it's so irresponsibly handled. If I have to see another slow motion-bullet come out of a gun and hit someone in the head, I’m going to puke."

‘Blue Valentine’ Director Reveals How the Movie Changed His Life (Q&A)

"I was eating two avocados a day," Derek Cianfrance, whose new film is called "The Place Beyond the Pines," says of his lean years.

Michelle Williams Channels Marilyn Monroe on and off Screen

Michelle Williams resurrects Marilyn Monroe's sexy style at the New York Film Fest.

Michelle Williams Red Carpet Evolution: From ‘Dawson’s Creek’ to the Oscars (Photos)

Michelle Williams has had multiple peak red carpet moments during her career from "Dawson's Creek" to the 2011 Academy Awards. With three films in consideration, the 2012 Awards Season will surely provide more.

‘Drive’ Star Ryan Gosling’s 11 Most Memorable Roles (Photos)

Since appearing in "Remember the Titans" in 2000, the Canadian actor has amassed a solid resume of studio and independent film credits.

Michelle Williams: What’s Next For The ‘My Week With Marilyn’ Actress

The star of the upcoming Monroe biopic will be channeling another iconic character in the near future.

The Biggest Youthquake Since 1977 Hits the Oscars

Critic Carrie Rickey surveys the flood of young blood: Almost half the acting Oscar noms are 40 or under.

Oscars: Will the Loudest Actors Win?

If you want an Oscar, it doesn't pay to play it cool. Here are the noisiest contenders -- and likeliest to win on Sunday.