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Remembering Oscar-Winning Cinematographer Haskell Wexler

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Dr. Bennet Omalu speaks on stage during the 2015 Health Hero Awards hosted by WebMD on Nov. 5 in New York City. Bryan Bedder/Getty Images hide caption

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Doctor Behind 'Concussion' Wanted To 'Enhance The Lives' Of Football Players

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Samuel L. Jackson is one of the stars of Quentin Tarantino's Hateful Eight, which is showing in 100 theaters in 70-millimeter film — a nearly-obsolete premium format. Andrew Cooper/Courtesy of the Weinstein Company hide caption

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Old-School Projection Fans Are Grateful For 'Hateful Eight' In 70 Millimeter

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Eddie Redmayne stars as Lili Elbe in Tom Hooper's The Danish Girl. Focus Features hide caption

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Eddie Redmayne: Reading 'Danish Girl' Script Was Like Getting 'Sucker-Punched'

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Filmmaker Alejandro González Iñárritu's latest is called The Revenant — a tale of endurance, survival, love and revenge. The film was shot using only natural sunlight and firelight in remote areas of Canada and Argentina. "Every molecule of this film was absolutely difficult," Iñárritu says. Courtesy Twentieth Century Fox hide caption

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Iñárritu Delivers A '360-Degree Emotional Experience' In 'The Revenant'

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'Funny Or Die' Creator Adam McKay Takes On The 2008 Economic Crash In 'The Big Short'

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Will Smith plays neuropathologist and Nigerian immigrant Bennet Omalu in Concussion. He says the role was exhilarating: "You know, Will Smith with a Nigerian accent could go really, really wrong." Melinda Sue Gordon/Columbia Pictures hide caption

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Actor (And Football Dad) Will Smith On Playing The 'Concussion' Doctor

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Stop-motion animation is painstaking business. "The process moves so slowly, it can often take weeks or months to animate a single shot," says Anomalisa co-director Duke Johnson. Paramount Pictures hide caption

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Frame-By-Frame, Filmmakers Make The Mundane Miraculous In 'Anomalisa'

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Jennifer Lawrence stars as Joy Mangano, the creator of the Miracle Mop, in the comic drama Joy. Courtesy Twentieth Century Fox hide caption

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Jennifer Lawrence Looks Back On A Career-Changing 'Yes-Or-No Question'

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'45 Years' Of Marriage Change With One Letter

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'Son Of Saul' Brings Viewers To The Heart Of The Nazi Death Machine At Auschwitz

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Paula Pell has "a very toned joke-writing muscle," says comedian Tina Fey. "She can just go and go and go." John Lamparski/WireImage/Getty Images hide caption

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Comedy Writer Paula Pell Says You Don't Have To Go Far For Good Material

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