Idris Elba Portrays Mandela In 'Long Walk To Freedom'

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Idris Elba (as Nelson Mandela) and Naomie Harris (as Winnie Mandela) in a scene from his trial. Keith Bernstein/The Weinstein Company hide caption

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Winnie: Not 'Just The Woman Who Stood By Mandela's Side'

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The new Disney film Frozen is the tale of sisters Anna and Elsa, whose relationship is captured in music by songwriters Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez. Courtesy of Walt Disney Pictures hide caption

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In A Tale Of Two Sisters, The Story's In The Songs

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Sophie Nelisse says years of training as a gymnast taught her to focus in ways that helped her acting on the set of The Book Thief. Jules Heath/Twentieth Century Fox hide caption

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The Future Of Magazines, Internet Real Estate, 'The Book Thief'

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Father And Son Make A Slow Connection In 'Nebraska'

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Sophie Nelisse says years of training as a gymnast taught her to focus in ways that helped her acting on the set of The Book Thief. Jules Heath/Twentieth Century Fox hide caption

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At 13, 'Book Thief' Star Picks The Screen Over The Balance Beam

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Joel Allen Schroeder dove into the world of Calvin & Hobbes for Dear Mr. Watterson, an admiring documentary about the strip. Gravitas Ventures/Submarine Deluxe hide caption

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On The Timeless Appeal Of 'Calvin & Hobbes'

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Steve Coogan acts alongside Judi Dench in Philomena, the story of a woman searching for her son and the cynical journalist helping her find him. Alex Bailey/The Weinstein Co. hide caption

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Steve Coogan, Tacking Toward The Funny Side Of Serious

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Bruce Dern has been acting for more than 50 years. In Nebraska, he plays a man on a mission to collect $1 million. Merie W. Wallace/Paramount Pictures hide caption

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Actor Bruce Dern Gets Up Close And Personal In 'Nebraska'

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Terrence Howard, Nia Long and Eddie Cibrian in The Best Man Holiday. Michael Gibson/AP/Universal Pictures hide caption

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Terrence Howard And Sanaa Lathan Dish On 'The Best Man Holiday'

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Jake Gyllenhaal plays the stoic Detective Loki in Prisoners, trying to track down two missing girls. Wilson Webb/Warner Bros. hide caption

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Jake Gyllenhaal, Going After What's Real

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In Go for Sisters, former cop Freddy Suarez (Edward James Olmos) agrees to help a parole officer track down her wayward son along the U.S./Mexico border. John Castillo/Variance Films hide caption

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For the first 18 years of his life, Steve Lickteig thought Joanie Lickteig was his sister. Both are pictured here in 1969. Courtesy Steve Lickteig hide caption

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'Open Secret': When Everyone Knows Who Your 'Real' Mom Is, Except You

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Linda Blair, at just 12 years old, played the demon-possessed Regan MacNeil in the 1973 film The Exorcist, still widely considered one of the scariest movies ever. Warner Bros./AP hide caption

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Four Decades On, 'The Exorcist' Is Still A Head-Turner

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