Roger Greenberg, played by Ben Stiller, is a 40-something musician-turned-caprenter, recently released from a psychiatric hospital. Wilson Webb hide caption

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Ben Stiller Plays It Straight In 'Greenberg'
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m>Avatar star Sam Worthington returns to the realm of the 3-D blockbuster as Perseus, son of the god Zeus, in Clash of the Titans. It's one of several 3-D pictures currently competing for space on a big screen near you. Warner Bros. Pictures hide caption

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Coming To A Screen Near You: A 3-D Clash
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"The failure of people to be able to understand things to do with the Middle East is in some ways a failure of the arts world," says Abdalla, pictured above, filming on location in Cairo. Zero Productions hide caption

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Actor Khalid Abdalla Recasts The Arab Voice
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The Talking Cure: After a breakdown, the neurotic hero of Noah Baumbach's Greenberg (Ben Stiller) reaches out to old friends (and a new one or two) in the effort to right himself. Wilson Webb/Focus Features hide caption

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Ben Stiller's Unexpected Adventures In Comedy
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Motley Crew: Dan Moseley, Harper Hellems, Patrick Baran and Daniel Sebring are parking attendants at a lot in Charlottesville, Va. — a place where complex stories and dreams lie beneath the surface. Jon-Philip Sheridan hide caption

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'Parking Lot': Guys, Cars And The Meaning Of Life
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Amy Ryan plays Lawrie Dayne, a correspondent for The Wall Street Journal investigating claims about the existence of weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. She stars alongside Matt Damon, who plays a warrant officer looking for WMDs. Universal hide caption

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Amy Ryan: From 'The Office' To The 'Green Zone'
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The Story Of The Oscar Statuette
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Oscar Winner: Sound Mixing A Subjective Art
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The Best Director nominees for the 2010 Academy Awards on set (clockwise from upper left): Kathryn Bigelow, Lee Daniels, Jason Reitman, James Cameron and Quentin Tarantino. Summit Entertainment, Lionsgate Films, Dale Robinette/Paramount Pictures, 20th Century Fox, The Weinstein Co. hide caption

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Belief On The Big Screen: Secrets Of Special Effects
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Central character Josh, a young documentarian, and his friends, primarily filmed with cameras concealed in bags. Click the photo to watch the trailer for Burma VJ. Oscilloscope Laboratories hide caption

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'Burma VJ': Documenting The Saffron Revolution
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'Hurt Locker' Producer In Hot Water Over E-Mail
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Director Antoine Fuqua reviews a scene with Wesley Snipes on the set of Brooklyn's Finest. In the film, Snipes plays a drug dealer who doesn't know his prison buddy (Don Cheadle) is really an undercover cop. Phillip V. Caruso/SMPS hide caption

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The Early Picture Of Darwin Evolves
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Kevin, 13, and Fito, 14, are both from Honduras. They hope to find work in the U.S. Click the image to watch the trailer for Which Way Home. Rebecca Cammisa hide caption

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Kids Hop Trains To Border In 'Which Way Home'
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