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Adrien Brody of ‘The Pianist’ looks like Flynn Rider of ‘Tangled’ film.

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The THIRD Person

Third Person directed by Paul Haggis, is a drama film about three interlocking love relationships in Rome, Paris and New York, premiers June 2014! The film centres around passion, love, mystery and betrayal; starring Mila Kunis, Olivia Wylde, Adren Brody, James Franco, Kim Besinger and Liam Neeson in the main roles.

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WATCH: Trailer for 'Third Person'

Directed by Paul Haggis and starring Liam Neeson, Olivia Wilde, James Franco, Mila Kunis, Adrien Brody and  Moran Atias tells three stories of love, passion, trust and betrayal, in a multi-strand story line reminiscent of Paul Haggis’s earlier Oscar-winning film Crash. 30 more words

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Google Visual Deals Wants Me to Marry Adrien Brody and Thinks Zac Efron is a Piece of Meat

Every morning, as my brain slowly defrosts with the help of a cup of coffee, I like to read Facebook and some gossip websites. My favorite is called… 263 more words

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Romance and anger collide in 'Third Person' trailer -- VIDEO

Paul Haggis, Oscar-winning writer and director of films like Million Dollar Baby and Crash, sticks with romance in his latest, Third Person.

The film stars James Franco, Mila Kunis, Liam Neeson, Olivia Wilde, Adrien Brody, and Moran Atias, and is set in New York, Rome, and Paris. 68 more words

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Movie Review: The Grand Budapest Hotel

An author recounts the story of Zero Moustafa when he was a lobby boy in the service of concierge M. Gustave, accused of a crime and embroiled in a mystery.

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Review - The Grand Budapest Hotel

Few directors currently working have a consistent visual style quite comparable to that of Wes Anderson. Sure, there are innumerable directors out there with their trademarks – the verbal ripostes of a Tarantino script, or the Gothic undertones of a Tim Burton movie, to name but a couple.But Wes Anderson is something special – his style has become so ubiquitous that only his name can describe it, that even the most amateur moviegoer would need only a glance at a single frame to identify it as his. 694 more words

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