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Watch Michael Fassbender in the First Trailer for 'Assassin's Creed'

By Cecily Trowbridge on
The trailer debuted on Wednesday's 'Kimmel.'Read Full Story

Good Guy Netflix Picks Up 'The Little Prince' Movie After Paramount Drops It

By Cecily Trowbridge on
Benicio Del Toro, Paul Rudd, and Rachel McAdams all star in this film adaptation.Read Full Story

New 'Macbeth' & 'Danish Girl' Trailers Preview Oscar Season

By Joe Robberson on
Names to remember for next year's Academy Awards: Fassbender, Cotillard, Redmayne, Vikander.Read Full Story

Michael Fassbender and Marion Cotillard Look Pretty Badass in 'Macbeth'

By JJ Duncan on
Do you still call it 'The Scottish Play' if it's on the screen?Read Full Story

10 Actors Getting Snubbed This Awards Season

By Joe Robberson on
Get ready to see the same faces at every Awards Show with a bunch you won't see.Read Full Story

The 2014 Oscar Race: Best Actress Preview

By Joe Robberson on
The names are starting to roll in: Amy Adams, Julianne Moore, and a few surprises you may like.Read Full Story

'The Immigrant' - The First Great Film of 2014

By Joe Robberson on
Marion Cotillard is Oscar-worthy in James Gray's gorgeous drama.Read Full Story

Weekend Watch: Two Very Different Immigrants Arrive Stateside

By Joe Robberson on
Godzilla comes to the big screen yet again with a talented new director as does an impressive early Oscar contender.Read Full Story

'Blood Ties' Trailer: A Battle of Brothers in '70s Brooklyn

By Darrick Thomas on
Blood Ties follows a familiar conceit: two brothers on opposite sides of the law. But what sets the film apart is the cast. On the badge-wearing side of things is Billy Crudup, who is skeptical of big bro's (Clive Owen) post-prison aspirations. Perhaps because, despite being a dealer and a pimp, Owen's character is still the family favorite. Caught in the mix of things are three gorgeous yet complicated women played by Zoe Saldana, Mila Kunis, and Marion Cotillard. The film made one of the...Read Full Story

David Bowie's 'The Next Day' Video Gets Temporarily Banned From YouTube Over Disturbing Religious Imagery

By Alicia Dennis on
The Floria Sigismondi-directed clip for David Bowie's "The Next Day" was unceremoniously yanked from YouTube within hours of its posting on Wednesday, presumably amid complaints of its juxtaposition of sexual and religious imagery. It was later reposted with an age restriction, so now you're free to watch Gary Oldman and Marion Cotillard play out some heavy-handed Catholic criticism while Bowie rocks out in the background — if you're over 18, that is.Read Full Story