Indie Favorite Catherine Keener On 'Please Give'

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Oliver Platt 'Gives' His All On Film, TV And Stage

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Better Known For 'Birds,' Tippi Hedren Prefers Cats

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'Into Eternity' Examines Nuclear Waste Dilemma

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The official budget of Avatar was $237 million, with an additional $150 million built in for promotional activities. Mark Fellman/20th Century Fox Corp. hide caption

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James Cameron's Craft: Blockbuster Special Effects

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The incognito British street artist Banksy offers few clues on whether the movie about his street art is real or a hoax. Courtesy Paranoid Pictures hide caption

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A Rich Satire About Street Art, Or Is It A Hoax?

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Michael Moore's Bowling for Columbine, a documentary exploring possible causes of the Columbine High School massacre of 1999, won Moore an Oscar in 2002. Filippo Monteforte/AFP/Getty hide caption

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Michael Moore: A DVD-Phobe Picks A Few Favorites

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Argentine Director At Home In New York

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Stanley Tucci attends the opening night of 'Lend Me A Tenor' after party on April 4, 2010 in New York City. Will Ragozzino/Getty Images hide caption

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Stanley Tucci Takes On Broadway

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'Ocean's Eleven' Producer Can't 'Stop Talking'

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Dakota Fanning (as Cherie Currie, far left) and Kristen Stewart (as Joan Jett, far right) star in a new film about The Runaways. David Moir/Apparition hide caption

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The Runaways Vs. The Perils Of Rock 'N' Roll

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The 'Brat Pack' Grows Up, But Doesn't Grow Old

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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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