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Les Misérables: Movie Review

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Surprisingly enough, Les Misérables hit us right in the gut -- but in a good way. It's hard not to get swept up in the music and emotion pouring out of the film. While it's not perfect, the latest adaptation of the classic is solid and ready to be taken in by a new generation of fans.

Interview: Eddie Redmayne On Singing His Heart Out in 'Les Misérables'

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Within the span of a year, Eddie Redmayne has captured audiences' attention. First, he won us over with his performance in My Week With Marilyn. Now, he'll pull at our heart strings as the brave Marius in Tom Hooper's adaptation of Les Misérables. His character's right in the thick of post-revolutionary France as he's thrust into one last revolt. But the...

'Les Misérables' TV Spots Show Character's Struggles

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Les Misérables has proved to be a timeless classic, and now we're just a couple of weeks away from its theatrical release, re-imagined for the big screen by filmmaker Tom Hooper. So of course we're going to be flooded with tons of new television spots in anticipation of its release. Well, here's a couple more for you to chew on.

'The Amazing Spider-Man 2' Search For Harry Osborn Continues

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When you're dealing with a widely known superhero movie franchise like Spider-Man, you have to choose your cast carefully. One slip-up in casting and fans will be ripping you apart on your decision for years to come. That's why the good folks over at Sony Pictures are taking their precious time, narrowing down the potential actors who could be the latest rendition of Harry Osborn...

'Les Misérables' Teaser Trailer

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Featuring direction from Academy Award-winner Tom Hooper (The King’s Speech), starring Hugh Jackman, Russell Crowe, Anne Hathaway, Amanda Seyfried, Samantha Barks, Eddie Redmayne, Helena Bonham Carter, and Sacha Baron Cohen, and based upon one of the most beloved novels and stage musicals of all, the upcoming film version of Les Misérables looked pretty...

My Week with Marilyn: Movie Review

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Marilyn Monroe is back in theaters again, this time played by the lovely and brave Michelle Williams, who much like Monroe always seems to be up for pushing herself and taking on a challenge. My Week with Marilyn is not your typical Monroe bio-film, though they throw in a few homages to her iconic dance numbers and songs, this film is really about pulling back the...

Emma Watson Cast in My Week With Marilyn

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Emma Watson is wasting no time with her post-Harry Potter career. The 20 year old is currently enrolled in Brown University and is still acting on the side. The latest film to catch her eye is entitled My Week with Marilyn. It's directed by Simon Curtis, and is a period piece that...

Eddie Redmayne to Star in Steven Spielberg's War Horse?

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Early last month we learned that Steven Spielberg was gearing up to direct War Horse, a film based on the Michael Morpurgo novel of the same name. The movie will be a nice change of pace following his high tech production of The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn, which he just wrapped with co-director Peter...

The Yellow Handkerchief: Movie Review

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The release of Arthur Cohn’s latest project, The Yellow Handkerchief, is the serendipitous product of what one person’s international success can maneuver. This particular individual is everyone’s favorite disaffected teen, Kristen Stewart, who stars in this Ugayan Prasad directed film. With an outstanding...

Interview: Kristen Stewart, William Hurt, Maria Bello, Eddie Redmayne For...

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The legendary six-time Oscar winner Arthur Cohn teamed up with British director Udayan Prasad to produce The Yellow Handkerchief, an indie drama hitting theaters nationwide this weekend. The film highlights the lives of three strangers who, through an odd series of events, end up on a road trip through post-Katrina Louisiana in search of a little...

Trailer: Kristen Stewart gets Dramatic in The Yellow Handkerchief

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Looks like Kristen Stewart is trying to differentiate herself from the Twilight series with a Southern drama, a deep Southern accent, and a all-star, Academy Award nominated cast. This is the first I've heard of The Yellow Handkerchief although apparently it's been making it's way around festivals for some time and finally found a release...