'Marriage Equality' And The Civil Rights Movement
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Lee "Scratch" Perry in the mid-1990s. Des Willie/Redferns hide caption

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Lee 'Scratch' Perry: Over 75 Years, From Dub To Dubstep
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Herzog was only permitted to enter the caves for one week of filming. Mark Valesella/IFC Films hide caption

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Herzog Enters 'The Cave Of Forgotten Dreams'
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Robert Redford's feature film directorial debut, 1980's Ordinary People, won him a Golden Globe and an Academy Award for best director. Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images hide caption

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Redford's 'Conspirator' Begins As Lincoln's Life Ends
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Will Ferrell: The Comedian Reflects
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Director Sidney Lumet, the award-winning director of Network, Serpico, Dog Day Afternoon and 12 Angry Men, died on April 9 at age 86. AP hide caption

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Sidney Lumet: A Director Who Gave Actors His All
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A Reluctant Princess Bride: Marie de Mezieres (Melanie Thierry) is married off to a young prince when she is just 16 years old. But she is haunted by her childhood love, Duke Henri de Guise (Gaspard Ulliel, above). French filmmaker Bertrand Tavernier doesn't often tell love stories, but The Princess of Montpensier is an exception. Etienne George/Paradis Films hide caption

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Past And Present, A 'Princess' In Unlikely Love
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Actress Michelle Williams was recently nominated for an Academy Award for her performance in Blue Valentine. In Meek's Cutoff, she plays a bold settler named Emily Tetherow. Matt Sayles/AP Photo hide caption

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Going West: The Making Of 'Meek's Cutoff'
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'Hanna': A Killer Grows Up In A Fairy Tale
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In 2003, 13-year-old surfing phenom Bethany Hamilton lost her left arm in a terrifying shark attack. Undeterred, Hamilton won her first national title in 2005, and went pro in 2007. She is pictured above in 2008, surfing in Mentawai, Indonesia. Noah Hamilton/BethanyHamilton.com hide caption

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Never Mind The Sharks: Surfing's In Her 'Soul'
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WWE Superstar Randy Orton celebrates victory during WrestleMania XXVI in March 2010. Orton appears in a dramatic role in That's What I Am, a WWE Studios production coming out in April. Rick Scuteri/AP hide caption

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WWE Wrestles Its Way Into Indie Film Industry
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Film Based On A Palestinian Girl's Life Stirs Controversy
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'Miral': A Drama About The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
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Mark Wahlberg (left) plays boxer Micky Ward in David O. Russell's The Fighter. JoJo Whilden/Paramount Pictures hide caption

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Wahlberg, Russell Enter Ring With 'The Fighter'
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Checkmate: In addition to achieving fluency in French, Kline also had to brush up on his chess skills. "I can now predict four or five moves ahead; I can see that I'm going to lose much sooner," he jokes. Patrick Glaize/Studio Canal/Zeitgeist Films hide caption

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Kevin Kline Has A 'Queen To Play' ... En Francais
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