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7 Trailers That Debuted This Week You Need to See

By Joe Robberson on
From huge big budget spectacles to Kristen Wiig insanity, these trailers ruled the week.Read Full Story

Which Bennet Sister Is Having the Best Post-'Pride and Prejudice' Career?

By Hayley Igarashi on
They've each bewitched Hollywood, body and soul. Read Full Story

Zimbio Review - 'Inside Llewyn Davis', More Coen Greatness

By Joe Robberson on
Long story short: A film of heartbreaking depth and wonderful music, Inside Llewyn Davis is a picture of an artist conceived by actual artists—a perfect combination.Inside Llewyn Davis will remind you of: Bound for Glory, Barton Fink, O Brother, Where Art Thou?, Crazy Heart, A Serious ManReview: Once again Joel and Ethan Coen have tapped into the clockwork of life itself and made something beautiful that may not necessarily be so. Inside Llewyn Davis is a portrait of an artist in 1961...Read Full Story

New Trailer for 'Inside Llewyn Davis' Reveals More Music, More of Justin Timberlake's Beard

By JJ Duncan on
With its December 6 release date, and runner-up prize from Cannes, Inside Llewyn Davis is gearing up for a 2013 awards season run, and the new trailer shows a little more of what all the fuss is about. Oscar Isaac stars as the titular put upon musician alongside a bearded Justin Timberlake, an obviously scene-stealing John Goodman, and a worried looking Carey Mulligan (she just wants him to be realistic!). The soundtrack is already expected to do for '60s folk what O Brother Where Art Thou...Read Full Story

Watch: Stephen Colbert Is Lazy and Carey Mulligan Can't Read

By Darrick Thomas on
Stephen Colbert had one simple task to prep for big screen version of The Great Gatsby: Read the book. Naturally, since he works a grueling half-hour four days a week, he managed to get through not a single sentence. Surely Carey Mulligan would be able to help him, right? Not exactly. That's where Levar Burton and James Franco's voice come in.Read Full Story
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