Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, seen here in November 2010, appeared on Saturday Night Live this weekend. Kimberly White/Getty Images hide caption

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Borgnine, pictured here in October 2010, continues to read scripts and act. In 2009 he earned an Emmy nomination for his role in the series finale of the NBC medical drama ER. Chris Pizzello/AP hide caption

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Ernest Borgnine, Still Building A Life's Work At 94

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Vienna-born, Berlin-based filmmaker Feo Aladag spent two years researching cases of domestic abuse before writing When We Leave, her directorial debut. Abdelhak Senna/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A Mirror, Two Faces: Paprika Steen's performance as Thea, an actress trying to sober up and regain custody of her children, carries Martin Zandvliet's Applause beyond a genre plot and standard-issue dialogue. World Wide Motion Pictures hide caption

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Jason Statham (right) plays Arthur Bishop, a hit man who must teach his former mentor's son Steve (Ben Foster) how to kill. Patti Perret/CBS Films hide caption

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'The Mechanic': A Crisp Thriller From Mr. Man-Crush

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Listen to Pop Culture Happy Hour

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Combustible: Thomas Dekker (right) plays Smith, a sexually ambiguous freshman who lusts after London (Juno Temple) — as well as his surfer roommate, a hot-tub designer and two mysterious women in his dreams. Marianne Williams/IFC Films hide caption

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Insufficiently Compelling: Even Anthony Hopkins — as a veteran exorcist with personal demons — can't get The Rite in gear. Egon Endrenyi/Warner Bros. hide caption

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Jason Statham plays Arthur Bishop, a corporate hit man who kills with downright mechanical precision and detachment — until an assignment involving his longtime mentor makes things personal. CBS Films hide caption

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Sexuality, Racial Identity Debut At Sundance Festival

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'Crazy' Talk: Anton Yelchin and Felicity Jones — and their largely improvised romantic drama Like Crazy — are one of the hottest topics at this year's Sundance Film Festival. Sundance Film Festival hide caption

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At Sundance, A Romance Worth Pining For (Plus A Handful Of True Stories To Track)

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When Atlanta burns in Gone with the Wind, what you're actually seeing is leftover sets from King Kong and The Garden of Allah set aflame in a lot in Culver City, Calif. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer hide caption

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Long Before Computers, How Movies Made Us Believe

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