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Jessica Chastain and Oscar Isaac Talk ‘A Most Violent Year,’ Bad Auditions at SAG Screening

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On Monday, Nov. 17, the filmmaker and stars of “A Most Violent Year” spoke to a SAG audience following a screening of the film. Moderated by Variety’s Jenelle Riley, the conversation was filmed by SAG Foundation, the non-profit arm of SAG and marked the first time actors Jessica Chastain and Oscar Isaac spoke together at… Read more »

Watch: New Trailer for Jennifer Aniston’s ‘Cake’

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Cinelou Films has released the trailer for Jennifer Aniston’s “Cake.” The trailer for the dark comedy shows plenty of anger and frustration as Aniston’s character pops pain pills and drives away her husband, friends and chronic pain support group. It’s the first film from Cinelou, which is planning an awards qualifying run in December, followed by… Read more »

Film Review: ‘Little Hope Was Arson’

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While the crimes were appalling, one leaves “Little Hope Was Arson” less concerned with them — especially as all the churches have since been rebuilt—than with larger questions of forgiveness.

CBS, Dish Network Set Another Extension as Carriage Talks Progress

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CBS and Dish Network have set a second short-term contract extension to avoid a blackout while negotiations on a carriage deal for Eye-owned TV stations progress with the satcaster. The latest extension will stretch into next week, giving both sides breathing room during the long Thanksgiving holiday weekend. CBS and Dish had faced a Nov…. Read more »

N.Y. Mayor’s Meeting Over Cablevision Dispute Should Not Have Been Closed, Says Report

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New York Mayor Bill de Blasio’s meeting with union members involved in a dispute with Cablevision should have been open to the press, a city investigator said on Tuesday. The city’s Department of Investigation said de Blasio’s meeting in July with a local of the Communications Workers of America should have been open because it… Read more »

‘Midnight Rider’ Filmmakers Seek Dismissal of CSX Claim

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“Midnight Rider” director Randall Miller and producer Jody Savin are seeking a court’s dismissal of CSX Transportation’s claim of intentional trespass on their train tracks, the site of a Feb. 20 train accident near Jesup, Ga. that killed camera assistant Sarah Jones and injured eight others on the film’s crew. Last week, Jones’ family announced… Read more »

Benedict Cumberbatch, Martin Freeman Get Victorian in First Photo From ‘Sherlock’ Special

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Thanks to “Sherlock’s” British broadcaster BBC One, we have our first look at stars Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman in the upcoming special episode, and the dynamic duo are apparently getting in touch with their iconic characters’ literary roots, looking downright Victorian in the new photo. #221back #Sherlock #notkidding pic.twitter.com/iTfDqfJI0R — BBC One (@BBCOne) November… Read more »

Twitter Has Held Talks About Buying Justin Bieber-Backed Selfie App: Report

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Twitter has had discussions about acquiring Shots Mobile, the selfie-sharing app startup whose investors include pop star Justin Bieber, CNBC reported citing an anonymous source. The social company, which is looking to fuel user growth and engagement, has been drawn by Shots’ user base, according to the CNBC report. Shots has more than 3 million users, with… Read more »

Jessica Chastain and Mark Ruffalo: Actors on Actors

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“A Most Violent Year” actress Jessica Chastain and Mark Ruffalo (“Foxcatcher”) share stories about their first acting jobs at the Variety Studio: Actors on Actors presented by Samsung Galaxy. Stay tuned for the full interview…