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Jason Bentley Interviews Cut Copy

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Voting For Academy Award Nominations Begins Friday

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'42' Gets The Story Of Jackie Robinson Right

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Pinball convention-goers play on a bank of Stern machines at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas in January. The company is no longer the only pinball manufacturer. Julie Jacobson/AP Photo hide caption

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A Pinball Monopoly, Camel Trekking In Texas, Charles Dickens' Mistress

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Ben Stiller stars as a man who escapes his humdrum life by daydreaming in The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, which he also directed. Wilson Webb/Twentieth Century Fox hide caption

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Ben Stiller, Spinning Daydreams In 'Walter Mitty'

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'The Invisible Woman': Charles Dickens' Muse And Mistress

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The Medora Hornets, here with assistant coach Rudie Crain, are the centerpiece of the documentary Medora, from directors Davy Rothbart and Andrew Cohn. Beachside Films hide caption

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A Town, A Team, And A Dream That Just Won't Die

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Will Ferrell and Christina Applegate reprise their roles as competing news anchors in Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues. Gemma LaMana/Paramount Pictures hide caption

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A 'Kind Of A Big Deal' Gets Even Bigger In 'Anchorman 2'

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Snowboarder Kevin Pearce suffered a severe brain injury after an accident on the halfpipe in 2009. His road to recovery is the subject of director Lucy Walker's documentary The Crash Reel. Christian Stadler/HBO Pictures hide caption

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From 'Crash Reel' To Recovery, And Everything In Between

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Joel (left) and Ethan Coen wrote and directed Fargo, The Big Lebowski, O Brother Where Art Thou?, No Country for Old Men, A Serious Man and True Grit. Their latest film is Inside Llewyn Davis. Stuart C. Wilson/Getty Images hide caption

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The Coen Bros. On Writing, 'Lebowski' And Literally Herding Cats

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Joaquin Phoenix plays a man in love with an operating system in director Spike Jonze's latest film, Her. Warner Bros. hide caption

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Spike Jonze Opens His Heart For 'Her'

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Peter O'Toole rides across the desert in Jordan during the filming of Lawrence of Arabia in November 1961. He says that at first, learning to ride a camel was "impossible." AP hide caption

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The Camels Were 'Impossible': Peter O'Toole Remembers 'Arabia'

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'Wallace' Grew Up, So What's He Listening To?

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Chronicling the behind-the-scenes drama of the Mary Poppins film, Saving Mr. Banks stars Tom Hanks and Emma Thompson as Walt Disney and author P.L. Travers. Francois Duhamel/Walt Disney Pictures hide caption

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Tom Hanks And Emma Thompson On The Magic Of Disney

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In All Is Lost, Robert Redford plays an unnamed sailor, stranded at sea on a badly damaged yacht. Daniel Daza/Roadside Attractions/Lionsgate hide caption

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At 77, Robert Redford Goes Back To His Roots

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