Halle Berry Opens Up About New Role
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A Character Actor: Actress and first-time producer Nicole Kidman received a Golden Globe nomination Tuesday for her performance of a grief-stricken mother in Rabbit Hole. Jojo Whilden/Lionsgate hide caption

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On Set And Off, Kidman Dives Into 'Rabbit Hole'
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Jack Black eyes his tiny hosts in Gulliver's Travels. hy*drau"lx/Courtesy of 20th Century Fox hide caption

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'Gulliver's Travels' And Jack Black's Christmas Envy
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'Biutiful': Tragedy And Addiction In Barcelona
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Musician Ben Wilkins says he finds inspiration in recordings from the late 1960s and '70s. Pascal Shefteshy/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Ben Wilkins: Piano Pop, Beautifully Arranged
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The Marx brothers entertain partygoers in 1930's Animal Crackers. Hulton Archive/Getty Images hide caption

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RSVP: Which Movie's Party Would You Attend?
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In Frankie & Alice, Rashad plays the mother of Halle Berry's character, who suffers from a multiple personality disorder. Sergei Bachlakov hide caption

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Phylicia Rashad Probes 'Dimensions Of Motherhood'
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Affleck, shown Sept. 7, 2010 at the Venice Film Festival, says his new movie is about grappling with a changing American identity as well as hard economic times. Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images hide caption

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Affleck: When 'Company Men' Lose A Firm Footing
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'Tron' Sequel Re-Imagines A Virtual World
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Sofia Coppola was nominated for an Academy Award for her film Lost in Translation. Her new project, Somewhere, won the Gold Lion prize at the Venice Film Festival. Damian Dovarganes/AP hide caption

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Sofia Coppola Mimics Hollywood Life In 'Somewhere'
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Stephen Dorff plays Johnny Marco, an aimless actor living in Hollywood's Chateau Marmont, in Sofia Coppola's Somewhere. Merrick Morton/Focus Features hide caption

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Stephen Dorff, Going Hollywood In 'Somewhere'
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Hailee Steinfeld, who turned 14 last week, plays Mattie Ross in the Coen brothers new movie version of True Grit. Wilson Webb/Paramount Pictures hide caption

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Hailee Steinfeld: For A Young Actress, A Gritty Debut
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Boo Boo (from left), as voiced by Justin Timberlake, and Yogi Bear, as voiced by Dan Aykroyd, in Warner Bros. Pictures’ live-action/computer-animated adventure in 3D, "Yogi Bear." Warner Bros hide caption

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For 'Yogi Bear' Parodist, A Suitable Penance?
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A Place For Them? Johnny Marco (Stephen Dorff) bonds with his daughter, Cleo (Elle Fanning), in Sofia Coppola's Hollywood drama Somewhere. Merrick Morton/Focus Features hide caption

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For Coppola, Dorff, A Realistic Look At 'Somewhere'
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