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Patrick J. Adams & Troian Bellisario Set For Sci-Fi Drama ‘Clara’ From Newcomer Akash Sherman

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Patrick J. Adams & Troian Bellisario Set For Sci-Fi Drama ‘Clara’ From Newcomer Akash Sherman
Exclusive: Suits star Patrick J. Adams and Pretty Little Liars' Troian Bellisario are set to star in sci-fi drama Clara, a feature pic written and directed by newcomer Akash Sherman. Kristen Hager (Wanted) and Ennis Esmer (Miss Sloane) round out the cast in the title, which has already begun production in Toronto. Ari Lantos, who produced Remember and Barney's Version, produces. Clara tells the story of Issac Bruno (Adams), as astronomer obsessed with searching the cosmos…
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Shield for Murder

Dirty cops were a movie vogue in 1954, and Edmond O'Brien scores as a real dastard in this overachieving United Artists thriller. Dreamboat starlet Marla English is the reason O'Brien's detective kills for cash, and then keeps killing to stay ahead of his colleagues. And all to buy a crummy house in the suburbs -- this man needs career counseling. Shield for Murder Blu-ray Kl Studio Classics 1954 / B&W / 1:75 widescreen / 82 min. / Street Date June 21, 2016 / available through Kino Lorber / 29.95 Starring Edmond O'Brien, Marla English, John Agar, Emile Meyer, Carolyn Jones, Claude Akins, Herbert Butterfield, Hugh Sanders, William Schallert, Robert Bray, Richard Deacon, David Hughes, Gregg Martell, Stafford Repp, Vito Scotti. Cinematography Gordon Avil Film Editor John F. Schreyer Original Music Paul Dunlap Written by Richard Alan Simmons, John C. Higgins from the novel by William P. McGivern <Produced by Aubrey Schenck, (Howard W. Koch) Directed by Edmond O'Brien, Howard W. Koch

Reviewed by Glenn Erickson

Here's the kind of '50s movie we love, an ambitious, modest crime picture that for its time had an edge. In the 1950s our country was as blind to the true extent of police corruption as it was to organized crime. Movies about bad cops adhered to the 'bad apple' concept: it's only crooked individuals that we need to watch out for, never the institutions around them. Thanks to films noir, crooked cops were no longer a film rarity, even though the Production Code made movies like The Asphalt Jungle insert compensatory scenes paying lip service to the status quo: an imperfect police force is better than none. United Artists in the 1950s helped star talent make the jump to independent production, with the prime success stories being Burt Lancaster and Kirk Douglas. But the distribution company also funded proven producers capable of putting out smaller bread 'n' butter movies that could prosper if costs were kept down. Edward Small, Victor Saville, Levy-Gardner-Laven. Aubrey Schenck and Howard C. Koch produced as a team, and for 1954's Shield for Murder Koch co-directed, sharing credit with the film's star, Edmond O'Brien. The show is a smart production all the way, a modestly budgeted 'B' with 'A' ambitions. O'Brien was an industry go-getter trying to channel his considerable talent in new directions. His leading man days were fading but he was in demand for parts in major films like The Barefoot Contessa. The producers took care with their story too. Writers Richard Alan Simmons and John C. Higgins had solid crime movie credits. Author William P. McGivern wrote the novel behind Fritz Lang's The Big Heat as well as Rogue Cop and Odds Against Tomorrow. All of McGivern's stories involve crooked policemen or police corruption. Shield for Murder doesn't tiptoe around its subject matter. Dirty cop Detective Lt. Barney Nolan (O'Brien) kills a hoodlum in an alley to steal $25,000 of mob money. His precinct boss Captain Gunnarson (Emile Meyer) accepts Barney's version of events and the Asst. D.A. (William Schallert) takes the shooting as an open and shut case. Crime reporter Cabot (Herbert Butterfield) has his doubts, and lectures the squad room about the abuse of police power. Barney manages to placate mob boss Packy Reed (Hugh Sanders), but two hoods continue to shadow him. Barney's plan for the money was to buy a new house and escape the rat race with his girlfriend, nightclub cashier Patty Winters (Marla English). But a problem surfaces in the elderly deaf mute Ernst Sternmueller (David Hughes), a witness to the shooting. Barney realizes that his only way forward is to kill the old man before he can tell all to Det. Mark Brewster (John Agar), Barney's closest friend. Once again one of society's Good Guys takes a bite of the forbidden apple and tries to buck the system. Shield for Murder posits an logical but twisted course of action for a weary defender of the law who wants out. Barney long ago gave up trying to do anything about the crooks he can't touch. The fat cat Packy Reed makes the big money, and all Barney wants is his share. Barney's vision of The American Dream is just the middle-class ideal, the desirable Patty Winters and a modest tract home. He's picked it out - it sits partway up a hill in a new Los Angeles development, just finished and already furnished. Then the unexpected witness shows up and everything begins to unravel; Barney loses control one step at a time. He beats a mob thug (Claude Akins) half to death in front of witnesses. When his pal Mark Brewster figures out the truth, Barney has to use a lot of his money to arrange a getaway. More mob trouble leads to a shoot-out in a high school gym. The idea may have been for the star O'Brien to coach actors John Agar and Marla English to better performances. Agar is slightly more natural than usual, but still not very good. The gorgeous Ms. English remains sweet and inexpressive. After several unbilled bits, the woman often compared to Elizabeth Taylor was given "introducing" billing on the Shield for Murder billing block. Her best-known role would be as The She-Creature two years later, after which she dropped out to get married. Co-director O'Brien also allows Emile Meyer to go over the top in a scene or two. But the young Carolyn Jones is a standout as a blonde bargirl, more or less expanding on her small part as a human ashtray in the previous year's The Big Heat. Edmond O'Brien is occasionally a little to hyper, but he's excellent at showing stress as the trap closes around the overreaching Barney Nolan. Other United Artists budget crime pictures seem a little tight with the outdoors action -- Vice Squad, Witness to Murder, Without Warning -- but O'Brien and Koch's camera luxuriates in night shoots on the Los Angeles streets. This is one of those Blu-rays that Los Angelenos will want to freeze frame, to try to read the street signs. There is also little downtime wasted in sidebar plot detours. The gunfight in the school gym, next to an Olympic swimming pool, is an action highlight. The show has one enduring sequence. With the force closing in, Barney rushes back to the unfinished house he plans to buy, to recover the loot he's buried next to its foundation. Anybody who lived in Southern California in the '50s and '60s was aware of the massive suburban sprawl underway, a building boom that went on for decades. In 1953 the La Puente hills were so rural they barely served by roads; the movie The War of the Worlds considered it a good place to use a nuclear bomb against invading Martians. By 1975 the unending suburbs had spread from Los Angeles, almost all the way to Pomona. Barney dashes through a new housing development on terraced plots, boxy little houses separated from each other by only a few feet of dirt. There's no landscaping yet. Even in 1954 $25,000 wasn't that much money, so Barney Nolan has sold himself pretty cheaply. Two more latter-day crime pictures would end with ominous metaphors about the oblivion of The American Dream. In 1964's remake of The Killers the cash Lee Marvin kills for only buys him a patch of green lawn in a choice Hollywood Hills neighborhood. The L.A.P.D. puts Marvin out of his misery, and then closes in on another crooked detective in the aptly titled 1965 thriller The Money Trap. The final scene in that movie is priceless: his dreams smashed, crooked cop Glenn Ford sits by his designer swimming pool and waits to be arrested. Considering how well things worked out for Los Angeles police officers, Edmond O'Brien's Barney Nolan seems especially foolish. If Barney had stuck it out for a couple of years, the new deal for the L.A.P.D. would have been much better than a measly 25 grand. By 1958 he'd have his twenty years in. After a retirement beer bash he'd be out on the road pulling a shiny new boat to the Colorado River, like all the other hardworking cops and firemen enjoying their generous pensions. Policemen also had little trouble getting house loans. The joke was that an L.A.P.D. cop might go bad, but none of them could be bribed. O'Brien directed one more feature, took more TV work and settled into character parts for Jack Webb, Frank Tashlin, John Ford, John Frankenheimer and finally Sam Peckinpah in The Wild Bunch, where he was almost unrecognizable. Howard W. Koch slowed down as a director but became a busy producer, working with Frank Sinatra for several years. He eventually co-produced Airplane! The Kl Studio Classics Blu-ray of Shield for Murder is a good-looking B&W scan, framed at a confirmed-as-correct 1:75 aspect ratio. The picture is sharp and detailed, and the sound is in fine shape. The package art duplicates the film's original no-class sell: "Dame-Hungry Killer-Cop Runs Berserk! The first scene also contains one of the more frequently noticed camera flubs in film noir -- a really big boom shadow on a nighttime alley wall. Kino's presentation comes with trailers for this movie, Hidden Fear and He Ran All the Way. On a scale of Excellent, Good, Fair, and Poor, Shield for Murder Blu-ray rates: Movie: Good Video: Very Good Sound: Excellent Supplements: Trailers for Shield for Murder, Hidden Fear, He Ran All the Way Deaf and Hearing Impaired Friendly? N0; Subtitles: None Packaging: Keep case Reviewed: June 7, 2016 (5115murd)

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Jake Hoffman Inks With Elevate; Forefront Adds Samantha Srinivasan, Ups Rob Greenwald

Exclusive: Elevate Entertainment has signed writer-director-actor Jake Hoffman for representation in talent and literary. Hoffman most recently wrote, directed and produced the feature Asthma starring Krysten Ritter and Benedict Samuel, with Rosanna Arquette and Nick Nolte. It was distributed in the U.S. through IFC. As an actor, Hoffman’s credits include Martin Scorsese's The Wolf Of Wall Street and Barney's Version opposite Paul Giamatti. He’ll next be seen in Danny…
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Jake Hoffman Inks With Elevate; Forefront Adds Samantha Srinivasan, Ups Rob Greenwald

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Jake Hoffman Inks With Elevate; Forefront Adds Samantha Srinivasan, Ups Rob Greenwald
Exclusive: Elevate Entertainment has signed writer-director-actor Jake Hoffman for representation in talent and literary. Hoffman most recently wrote, directed and produced the feature Asthma starring Krysten Ritter and Benedict Samuel, with Rosanna Arquette and Nick Nolte. It was distributed in the U.S. through IFC. As an actor, Hoffman’s credits include Martin Scorsese's The Wolf Of Wall Street and Barney's Version opposite Paul Giamatti. He’ll next be seen in Danny…
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Trailer For Last Knights Arrives Online

Trailer For Last Knights Arrives Online
Filmed a full two years ago, Last Knights has been inhabiting a misty limbo-land waiting for release. It seems it's finally emerging, blinking into the sunlight of 2015, however, and to prove it here's a trailer to show us what we've been missing while we watched Game Of Thrones instead. Clive Owen and Morgan Freeman are the stars, both upstaged by Freeman's moustache.Shot in and around Prague but set in a medieval fantasy-land, Last Knights is the story of Owen's Raiden, a swordsman employed by Freeman's dishonoured Lord Bartok to lead a band of warriors against corrupt ruler Gezza Mott (Headhunters' Aksel Hennie).Kazuaki Kiriya is the director, making his first film on actual sets and locations, following the entirely green-screen antics of Casshern and Goemon. Michael Konyves (Barney's Version) and Dove Sussman worked on the screenplay, and Last Knights gets an online and limited theatrical release in the Us
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Remember Clive Owenc

If it wasn't for Steven Soderbergh's "The Knick" what would Clive Owen have to cling toc For now he has Last Knights in which he plays Raiden, a fallen warrior who rises against a corrupt and sadistic ruler to avenge his dishonored master. Morgan Freeman co-stars and Kazuaki Kiriya directs a script by Michael Konyves (Barney's Version). Lionsgate will release the film, which began production in 2012, in theaters and On Demand on April 3. Man, I remember the days when it seemed a sure thing Clive Owen would become the next James Bond. Back in 2005, Owen was said to be in the running alongside Daniel Craig and "nip/tuck" star Julian McMahon. As we all know, the role went to Craig and now look what has happened to the two other contenders... though Owen does contend we was never offered the part.
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Watch: Clive Owen And Morgan Freeman Are 'Last Knights' In Trailer For Medieval Action Flick

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Surely nothing could be wrong with the shot-over-two-years-ago "Last Nights," right? We can't fault the the casting —Morgan Freeman and Clive Owen are great when you give them something decent to work with. But that appears to be the problem with this medieval misfire, with the first trailer pointing towards a movie that perhaps everyone involved would hope stayed forgotten. Penned by Michael Konyves ("Barney's Version") and directed by Japanese filmmaker Kazuaki Kiriya ("The Legend of Goemon"), the story follows Raiden and his band of honorable dudes who seek to avenge their master and give the baddie played by Aksel Hennie a hard time. It looks like your stand clanging-swords-raid-the-castle type deal, and you probably find more satisfying drama and action on "Game Of Thrones." "Last Knights" arrives in theaters and on demand on April 3rd. Watch below. [USA Today]
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Tech Support: Analyzing the makeup and hairstyling Oscar race

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Tech Support: Analyzing the makeup and hairstyling Oscar race
Welcome to one of the most unique categories at the Oscars. Best Makeup & Hairstyling is the only category to still feature the "bake-off” phase, where three nominees are chosen from seven finalists after those finalists each make a pitch-via-reel to the branch. Every year features surprise omissions and inclusions, both among the final seven and the final three. The category seems almost uniquely immune to being overwhelmed by the overall reputation of a film. (Best Costume Design is its only rival in this respect.) Films of questionable quality are nominated nearly every year. While some lament the titles that have earned the moniker "Oscar nominee” ("Norbit” perhaps being the most infamous example), I for one love the fact that this branch actually strives to do what it is tasked with. While these macro-level characteristics of the category permeate the nominations process, trends among the nominees are nevertheless observable. The category tends to award monster makeup,
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"Gone Girl's" Rosamund Pike To Receive Major Palm Springs Film Fest Award!

Rosamund Pike nearly stole the show in David Fincher's "Gone Girl" but he stole the hearts of the Palm Springs International Film Festival's committee members. The actress is getting the Breakthrough Performance Award! Last year, "12 Years A Slave's" Lupita Nyong'o received the same award and walked all the way to Oscar glory!

Pike is joining recently announced recipients Eddie Redmayne, Julianne Moore, and J.K. Simmons. Here's the press release:

Palm Springs, CA (November 21, 2014) . The 26th annual Palm Springs International Film Festival (Psiff) will present Rosamund Pike with the Breakthrough Performance Award, Actress at its annual Awards Gala. The Gala will also present awards to previously announced honorees Julianne Moore, Eddie Redmayne and J.K. Simmons. Presented by Cartier, and hosted by Mary Hart, the Awards Gala will be held Saturday, January 3 at the Palm Springs Convention Center. The Festival runs January 2-12.

.Rosamund Pike perfectly taps into Gillian Flynn.s
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'The Captive' Trailer Starring Ryan Reynolds and Rosario Dawson

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'The Captive' Trailer Starring Ryan Reynolds and Rosario Dawson
A24 Films has released the official trailer for The Captive, which doesn't feature any new footage from the first trailer released in June, but simply serves as a reminder that this thriller will hit theaters soon.

Ryan Reynolds stars as Matthew, a young father who is still reeling from the disappearance of his young daughter Cassandra. Eight years later, some disturbing incidents seem to indicate that she's still alive. Police, parents and Cassandra herself, will try to unravel the mystery of her disappearance.

Scott Speedman, Rosario Dawson, Mireille Enos, Kevin Durand, Alexia Fast and Bruce Greenwood also star in this thriller from filmmaker Atom Egoyan (Barney's Version), which doesn't have a domestic release date in place yet. Take a look at the trailer for this upcoming film, which is currently available for DirecTV subscribers and will hit theaters on December 12.

The Captive comes to theaters December 12th, 2014 and stars Ryan Reynolds,
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Who's that 'Gone Girl'? A chat with Rosamund Pike

Who's that 'Gone Girl'? A chat with Rosamund Pike
Everyone who read Gillian Flynn's runaway 2012 bestseller Gone Girl quickly had a vision of Amy Dunne in their head. Hollywood was no different: The beautiful blonde who'd been the model for her parents' popular children's books, Amazing Amy, who disappeared on the morning of her fifth wedding anniversary, leading to a media frenzy that focused suspicions of foul play on her husband, Nick, could've been Reese Witherspoon or Charlize Theron or Emily Blunt. Chances are you didn't immediately picture Rosamund Pike. But when the lights come on in the theater after David Fincher's Gone Girl, don't expect to hear much second-guessing.
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'Gone Girl's' Rosamund Pike and Gillian Flynn think we all know an Amazing Amy

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'Gone Girl's' Rosamund Pike and Gillian Flynn think we all know an Amazing Amy
New York — The spotlight is finally on Rosamund Pike. The 35-year-old actress first came to moviegoers' attention 12 years ago when she played a double agent in "Die Another Day." She then alternated between independent films like "Pride & Prejudice," "Barney's Version" and "Made in Dagenham," as well as studio flicks such "Doom," "Surrogates," "Wrath of the Titans" and even opposite Tom Cruise in "Jack Reacher." The biggest media spotlight she'd received was for her supporting role in "An Education," but if you were introduced to her at a party you probably wouldn't know where you recognized her from (or that she was even a movie "star"). That will all change with David Fincher's "Gone Girl." It's a cliche to say Pike's performance as Amy Dunne is a revelation, but, y'know, it sort of is. Pike just hasn't had an opportunity this rich before and she makes sure you'll never forget "Amazing Amy" (and,
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Dustin Hoffman Latest to Join Cast of Frears' Lance Armstrong Biopic

An interesting addition to the cast of Stephen Frears' currently untitled Lance Armstrong biopic, starring Ben Foster as the cyclist. The production has announced that Oscar-winning actor Dustin Hoffman, last seen in Little Fockers and Barney's Version, will appear in the film. "Hoffman will join when the production moves to the Us for the final stages of the shoot." No word on exactly what role he's playing in the story, which has many players. In addition to Ben Foster, the cast includes Chris O’Dowd, Guillaume Canet and Jesse Plemons. They also announced that Lee Pace (of The Fall, A Single Man, The Hobbit) is in the cast, but don't specifiy his role yet. I like this cast and the first look photo caught my attention, we'll be following. This big screen take on the Lance Armstrong story is being directed by Stephen Frears (The Queen, Tamara Drewe, Philomena
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Paul Giamatti joins Downton Abbey

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News Louisa Mellor 24 Jun 2013 - 14:00

Joyous news this, Paul Giamatti is to join the cast of Downton Abbey for this year's Christmas Special...

Regular readers will already have sighed their way through our list of Downton Abbey's geek credentials, a list that now requires updating as it's announced that Sideways, Barney's Version, and of course, The Amazing Spider-Man 2 actor, Paul Giamatti is joining the show.

Giamatti is to play Lady Cora's "maverick playboy brother Harold" in this year's Christmas Special, another yank sure to ruffle a feather or two on the Countess Dowager's hat. Whether his role will extend beyond the festive episode is yet to be confirmed.

Carnival Films’ Managing Director, Gareth Neame, describes Giamatti's Downton character as "the rather free-spirited uncle to Mary and Edith. We can't wait to see him work alongside Shirley Maclaine, who are both sure to upset the Granthams' apple cart
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Richard Dreyfuss on Duddy Kravitz

The star of Jaws and Close Encounters made another early film, but it never got the credit it was due. Its rerelease reminds us that the young actor really had something special

At 65, with the big hits well behind him and the star retinue long since dissipated, Richard Dreyfuss still burns with the righteous fire of the Hollywood player. He fixes me with a beady eye and says: "Acting is an ennobling experience and if it's something that you're capable of, you're lucky. I enjoyed and am proud of everything I ever did – except maybe two or three films whose names you'll never get from me. I am proud of my life and proud of my body of work."

These days, Dreyfuss cuts a very different figure from the bundle of nervous energy that made him a massive star in the early 70s, and one of the key faces of
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Like The Rock, Arnold Schwarzenegger Now Has a Muscly Cable Series in Development

Like The Rock, Arnold Schwarzenegger Now Has a Muscly Cable Series in Development
Rival 'roided out projects! Earlier this month, news broke that HBO was developing a half-hour dramedy about current and former athletes living in Miami executive produced by and starring Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson. Today, the Hollywood Reporter has the story that Arnold Schwarzenegger is also potentially headed to the small screen with a cable project of his own. He's sold a drama called "Pump" to Showtime, and it will be about how the present-day fitness industry and the culture surrounding it originated in the bare-bones Pacific Avenue gym of the title. While The Rock's project is a half-hour, The Governator's is an hourlong effort, and it's set in Venice Beach, CA in the early '70s. Schwarzenegger won't play the lead in "Pump," should it be ordered to series, but will recur as well as serving as an executive producer. "Pump" is being written by Michael Konyves ("Barney's Version
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Like The Rock, Arnold Schwarzenegger Now Has a Muscly Cable Series in Development

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Like The Rock, Arnold Schwarzenegger Now Has a Muscly Cable Series in Development
Rival 'roided out projects! Earlier this month, news broke that HBO was developing a half-hour dramedy about current and former athletes living in Miami executive produced by and starring Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson. Today, the Hollywood Reporter has the story that Arnold Schwarzenegger is also potentially headed to the small screen with a cable project of his own. He's sold a drama called "Pump" to Showtime, and it will be about how the present-day fitness industry and the culture surrounding it originated in the bare-bones Pacific Avenue gym of the title. While The Rock's project is a half-hour, The Governator's is an hourlong effort, and it's set in Venice Beach, CA in the early '70s. Schwarzenegger won't play the lead in "Pump," should it be ordered to series, but will recur as well as serving as an executive producer. "Pump" is being written by Michael Konyves ("Barney's Version
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Arnold Schwarzenegger is producing a bodybuilding drama for Showtime

Showtime is getting into business with Arnold Schwarzenegger on a drama project loosely based on the star's early days in the United States.

The show is called "Pump," and it's set at a bodybuilding gym of that name in early 1970s Los Angeles (Schwarzenegger trained at the first Gold's Gym in Venice). The show will trace the origins of the fitness boom through the gym's regulars, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Schwarzenegger will be an executive producer of "Pump," and if the show goes to series, he plans to play a recurring part. Writer Michael Konyves ("Barney's Version") and Kim and Eric Tannenbaum ("Two and a Half Men") are also executive producers.

Schwarzenegger is a seven-time Mr. Olympia bodybuilding champion, and his appearance in the 1977 movie "Pumping Iron" helped launch his film career. He's returned to Hollywood since leaving the California governor's office in 2011.
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'Looper' Makes Oscar Shortlist for Makeup, But 'Cloud Atlas' Does Not

Well, I guess I was wrong. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has revealed their "shortlist" of the seven films that remain in competition in the Make-Up and Hairstyling category for the 85th Academy Awards. Essentially, the seven films that have passed the test and earned a spot amongst possible nominees at the Oscars in February. There were many excellent films with outstanding make-up this year, including at least Anna Karenina and Cloud Atlas. But it looks like the Academy didn't admire the make-up in Cloud Atlas as much as I did, as they've instead chosen seven films including the likes of Men in Black 3. The "Makeup and Hairstyling" category is always interesting. It usually ends up only being three films with nominations; in 2011 the nominees were Barney's Version, The Way Back and The Wolfman, with the latter horror flick actually nabbing the win. I suppose great
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Clive Owen, Morgan Freeman to star in 'The Last Knights'

Clive Owen, Morgan Freeman to star in 'The Last Knights'
Clive Owen and Morgan Freeman will star in The Last Knights. Screen Daily reports that the pair have signed on for the upcoming adventure drama, which will centre on a band of warriors who set out to avenge their leader's murder. Japanese helmer Kazuaki Kiriya will direct from a screenplay by Barney's Version scribe Michael Konyves. Owen is currently filming Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, in which he reprises his role as (more)
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