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Watch: Stare Into The Eyes Of Darren Aronofsky's Films With This 4-Minute Supercut

17 hours ago | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

It’s kind of hard to believe Darren Aronofsky only has six features to his name, especially since his first one, “Pi,” came out in 1998. Still, the director has proven a unique talent over his sparse career, one deemed worthy of an Oscar nomination in 2011 for his work on “Black Swan.” Among the many idiosyncrasies of an Aronofsky film, Vimeo editor WarmBakedBread argues that an emphasis on his characters’ eyes is a key feature. And he made a four-minute video titled “Pupil’ to prove his point. The short cuts together every single Aronofsky feature, including the aforementioned two, as well as “The Fountain,” “The Wrestler,” “Noah,” and “Requiem for a Dream.” (Side note – remember “The Wrestler”? Damn, that was some good filmmaking.) At first, watching the video, you might think, “yeah, actors have eyes; point made.” (And okay, is it just us, or does the rock monster from “Noah” looks »

- Zach Hollwedel

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Oscar nominations records: Bradley Cooper, Meryl Streep, Michael Keaton, Robert Duvall, ...

15 January 2015 8:11 AM, PST | Gold Derby | See recent Gold Derby news »

Bradley Cooper, Robert Duvall, Michael Keaton, and Meryl Streep are among the Academy Award contenders who set records on Thursday morning. Below, 14 facts, stats and records regarding this year's Oscar nominations. -Break- 'Birdman,' 'Grand Budapest' lead Oscar nominations with nine Three in a row With his Best Actor bid for "American Sniper," Bradley Cooper received his third consecutive nomination. The last man to do that was Russell Crowe (1999-2001). And that nomination in the top category for his film also means that Cooper has appeared in three Best Picture nominees in a row (following "Silver Linings Playbook" and "American Hustle"). Robert Duvall breaks the age record At 84, Robert Duvall ("The Judge") is now the oldest nominee ever for Best Supporting Actor. He beats out Hal Holbrook ("Into the Wild"), who was 82 when he contended in 2007. If Duv...' »

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Last Man on Earth Key Art: Will Forte's Apocalyptic Survivor Seeks Same

8 January 2015 6:30 AM, PST | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

If hanging a tear-off flyer is good enough for selling used couches and finding lost pets, it’s good enough for finding a fellow survivor of the apocalypse, right?

That’s the premise put forth in this exclusive key art for Fox’s upcoming single-camera comedy, The Last Man on Earth.

Will Forte (Saturday Night Live) plays the title character, Phil Miller, who mysteriously makes it through an event that wipes out the rest of humanity in the year 2022. Now, he travels North America in an Rv, hoping to find other survivors.

The series’ cast also includes January Jones (Mad Men »

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A new column examines what might have been with Brad Pitt and 'To The White Sea'

6 January 2015 2:45 PM, PST | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

The Corner Show #1 discovered and curated by Drew McWeeny The following is the first installment in a new regular feature here at HitFix. People are fascinated by stories of films that were almost made, and we've certainly dug into that subject in the past. This is a new way of doing that in an ongoing format, and we hope you enjoy what is meant to be a game, a fun way of looking at an alternate movie history. It is safe to say that I had a very challenging 2014. So maybe what happened was a complete break with reality. Who could blame me? There's only so much anyone can take, and I've certainly had my own limits tested recently. So trust me.. at first, I considered forgetting all about what happened this past weekend and never writing a word about it. But it was so strange and so special that »

- Drew McWeeny

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