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The Movie Paul Feig Has 'Seen A Million Times'
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'Let The Fire Burn': A Philadelphia Community Forever Changed
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The Movie Matthew Morrison Has 'Seen A Million Times'
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Emma Watson, who shot to global fame as the level-headed, resourceful Hermione Granger in the Harry Potter films, admits there's a certain irony in her playing a teenager who burgles the homes of celebrities. Merrick Morton/A24 hide caption

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Coppola And Watson On Teens, Fame And 'Bling'
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Funeral Director Reflects On Life Full Of 'Sad, Good' Times
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'The Attack' Depicts Opposing Sides In Middle East Violence
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The Movie Jesse Eisenberg Has 'Seen A Million Times'
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Pulitzer Winner's Personal Film About Being Undocumented
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Actor Henry Cavill and director Zack Snyder confer on a shot for an early sequence in Man of Steel. Cavill is the first British actor to wear Superman's iconic red and blue — though not the first to play a D.C. comics superhero. Clay Enos/Warner Bros. Pictures hide caption

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Zack Snyder, Making Superman Over For Our Era
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'20 Feet From' The Spotlight, There's Singing Worthy Of One
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James Franco (from left), Jonah Hill, Craig Robinson, Seth Rogen, Jay Baruchel and Danny McBride all play versions of themselves in the post-apocalyptic comedy This Is the End, written by Rogen and his writing partner Evan Goldberg. Suzanne Hanover/Columbia Pictures hide caption

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Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg: Friends Till 'The End'
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The Movie Nick Offerman Has 'Seen A Million Times'
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Judy Blume is the author of many books for kids and teens, including Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret, Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing and Blubber. Her 1981 novel, Tiger Eyes, has just been adapted into a movie. Sigrid Estrada hide caption

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Judy Blume Hits The Big Screen With 'Tiger Eyes' Adaptation
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'Internship': A Love Story To Nooglers
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Whedon Adapts 'Much Ado About Nothing' For Silver Screen
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