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Loyalty can be hard thing to come by in Hollywood but Joss Whedon is pledging his towards Robert Downey Jr. saying he couldn't imagine himself directing an "Avengers 2" without the actor.
Vice Media is about to start production on a feature based on Cutter Hodierne's Sundance award-winning short film "Fishing Without Nets," the first in a series of Vice-produced pics.
Prasanna Vithnage's latest feature is a slow-moving but ultimately touching drama about a marriage doomed by ethnic conflict.
Auds who've come to expect pyrotechnic action will be disappointed in this almost perversely slow burning, sometimes slapdash criss-crosser.
It's not every day a white grand piano drops from the sky, only to rise up again carrying a crooning Rihanna.
Bright and irresistible revival of the 1961 smash "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying" features a dazzling Daniel Radcliffe and a strong Broadway debut for John Larroquette.
Demanding and rewarding one's close attention, this subtle debut feature by writer-director Mark Jackson won a special jury mention at Slamdance.
An unmotivated guy flunking out of college finds his political voice in Sameh Zoabi's uneven yet generally appealing debut, "Man Without a Cell Phone."
Docu about humanitarian health org follows their struggles with horror, death and self-doubt.
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