Havana Marking's documentary Smash and Grab depicts members of the Pink Panthers, an international ring of jewel thieves. Goldcrest Films hide caption

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Aubrey Plaza (left) and Rachel Bilson star in the new comedy The To Do List, written and directed by Maggie Carey. Bonnie Osborne /CBS Films hide caption

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Lake Bell was born Lake Siegel Bell. Her father is named Harvey Siegel, but she says her mother got the last name in the divorce settlement. Seamus Tierney hide caption

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Kristen Wiig (with Darren Criss) stars in Girl Most Likely as a hard-luck case who learns how to reboot her disastrous life after she's forced to move back in with her mom. Nicole Rivelli/Roadside Attractions hide caption

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A child of the '60s and '70s, Guadalajara-born director Guillermo del Toro has been a fan of the Japanese kaiju film tradition since he was a kid. His latest movie, Pacific Rim, is his passion project and homage to the genre. Rafy/Warner Bros. Pictures hide caption

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Guillermo Del Toro, On Monsters And Meaning

The director talks to NPR's Audie Cornish about Japanese cinema, growing up watching kaiju films like Godzilla in Mexico, and his new action epic, Pacific Rim.

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Academy Award-winning actress Octavia Spencer plays the mother of Oscar Grant in the film Fruitvale Station. Ron Koeberer/The Weinstein Co. hide caption

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One of the aspects that attracted Schreiber to Ray Donovan was the prospect of playing a character for whom words were relatively unimportant. Showtime hide caption

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With a long history of Johnny Depp collaborations — from Edward Scissorhands through the Pirates of the Caribbean films to this summer's The Lone Ranger — Joel Harlow knows that sometimes you've just gotta ignore the dead crow and get on with the job. Peter Mountain/Walt Disney Pictures hide caption

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The Man Who Helps Johnny Depp Put His Face On

Makeup artist Joel Harlow has worked with Johnny Depp in about a dozen films, helping build some of Depp's most visually striking characters.

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Dustin Hoffman made his directorial debut with the film Quartet. He has starred in such classics as The Graduate, Kramer vs. Kramer and Tootsie. Kerry Brown/The Weinstein Company hide caption

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Duncan's summer is filled with awkward — and often adult-initiated — situations involving the girl next door (Annasophia Robb). Claire Folger/Fox Searchlight hide caption

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Tomi Ungerer's 1967 book Moon Man follows its lonely protagonist as he visits Earth for the very first time. Tomi Ungerer hide caption

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