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May 25: Happy Birthday Cillian Murphy and Ian McKellen

Irish actor Cillian Murphy, who celebrates his 41st today, made his debut with the Corcadorca Theatre Company in Cork, Ireland, his hometown.  He began appearing in independent Irish and English films in the late nineties and first became well known for his role in Danny Boyle’s… 1,192 more words

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A24 & New Line Set Release Date on 'THE DISASTER ARTIST' Starring James Franco

A24 and New Line Cinema have announced that they will be releasing their SXSW comedy favorite THE DISASTER ARTIST starring James and Dave Franco on December 8 after an exclusive engagement December 1. 94 more words

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Diane Keaton & Jacki Weaver Cheerleading For Sierra/Affinity In 'Poms' -- Cannes

EXCLUSIVE: Diane Keaton and Jacki Weaver are set to star in Poms, a comedy about a group of women who form a cheerleading squad at their retirement community. 273 more words

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Small Crimes

Joe Denton, a disgraced former cop, is under the mistaken impression that he can go home after his 6 years in prison and start redeeming himself. 318 more words

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The Voices

Released 02/06/2015                              Rated: R

This is another movie whose trailer I first found on YouTube. I had forgotten about it, actually. I was in the library, going through their very small V section of movies (for my 2017 challenge) because I wasn’t very interested in watching… 555 more words

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SMALL CRIMES (2017): New Trailer From Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Gary Cole, Macon Blair...

Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Gary Cole and Macon Blair’s new E.L. Katz directed movie Small Crimes is all about a  disgraced former cop who just got out of jail. 86 more words

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Jacki Weaver, Timothy Simons Join Romantic Drama 'Irreplaceable You'

Jacki Weaver, Timothy Simons, and Claire Holt have joined romantic drama “Irreplaceable You,” currently shooting in New York.

Variety first reported on Feb. 23 that Gugu Mbatha-Raw and Michiel Huisman would star with Stephanie Laing directing from a script by Bess Wohl. 192 more words

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