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Leonardo DiCaprio plays J. Edgar Hoover in J. Edgar, a biopic written by Dustin Lance Black. Warner Bros. Pictures hide caption

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Dustin Lance Black: Telling The Story Of 'J. Edgar'

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Gambon's character slips in and out of feverish dreams in which his doctors and nurses start to sing and dance. BBC hide caption

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25 Years Later, 'The Singing Detective' Still Shines

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Barney Rosset paid $3,000 for Grove Press in 1951. Then he used the company to help tear down American obscenity laws of the 1950s and '60s. Jim Cooper/AP hide caption

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Barney Rosset: A Crusader Against Censorship Laws

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Orange You Glad We Wound Up Here? George (Paul Rudd) and Linda (Jennifer Aniston) play an unemployed Manhattan couple who stumble into a hippie farming commune whose denizens include characters played by Justin Theroux and Alan Alda. Gemma La Mana/Universal PIctures hide caption

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'Wanderlust': A Zany Blast From The Communal Past

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