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'Inception,' 'Fringe' Win Big At Saturn Awards

June 24th, 2011 9:30am EDT
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Christopher Nolan's hit movie "Inception" was the big winner at the 37th annual Saturn Awards on Thursday night, picking up a total of five prizes.

The film, starring Leonardo DiCaprio, was awarded trophies including Best Science Fiction Film, while Nolan was handed titles for Best Director and Best Writing at the annual science fiction, fantasy and horror ceremony.

Other winners on the night included Jeff Bridges, who won Best Actor for his role in "Tron: Legacy," while Natalie Portman picked up the female equivalent for "Black Swan." Meanwhile, the Best Supporting Actor and Actress gong...
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Keira Knightley Joins Syfy's 'Neverland'

March 10th, 2011 11:31am EST
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Keira Knightley will voice Tinker Bell in the upcoming Syfy miniseries Neverland, Deadline reports.

In her first American TV role, she joins Rhys Ifans, Anna Friel, and Charlie Rowe in the four-hour special.

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'Inception' Scores Nine Saturn Award Nominations

February 24th, 2011 1:30pm EST
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Christopher Nolan's Inception is leading the way at the upcoming Saturn Awards - garnering nine nominations.

The thriller is up for the best sci-fi film honor, competing against Hereafter, Iron Man 2, Never Let Me Go, Splice and Tron: Legacy.

Leonardo DiCaprio is a double nominee in the best actor category for both Inception and Shutter Island, and will go up against George Clooney (The American), Robert Downey Jr. (Iron Man 2) and Ryan Reynolds (Buried). His Inception co-stars Ellen Page and Tom Hardy will also fight for top acting trophies.

Let Me In and Tron: Legacy are the other m...
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Carey Mulligan Is 'Never' Recognized By Fans

January 26th, 2011 5:24pm EST
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British actress Carey Mulligan has retained her anonymity since shooting to fame - she has never been stopped in the street by a fan and is rarely recognized as a movie star.

The 25 year old won international acclaim with her role in 2009's An Education, which garnered her an Oscar nomination. She has gone on to star in movies such as Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps and Never Let Me Go with Keira Knightley, but Mulligan is adamant her box office success hasn't changed her life.

She tells Britain's Look magazine, "I don't have to do anything! Hand on heart, I've never been stopped in the...
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Carey Mulligan Lands Breakthrough Star Award

October 20th, 2010 2:16pm EDT
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British actress Carey Mulligan is set to be honored as this year's breakthrough star at California's upcoming Palm Springs International Film Festival.

The Oscar-nominated An Education star will be celebrated for her work in films Never Let Me Go and Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps at the festival's awards gala at the Palm Springs Convention Center on January 8th.

Festival chairman Harold Matzner calls the 25 year old "an actress of extraordinary talent and versatility," adding, "In her most recent performances as the estranged daughter of Gordon Gekko in Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps...
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Keira Knightley & Carey Mulligan Defy Glamour (But They're Pretty Darn Cute Anyway)

October 14th, 2010 7:00pm EDT
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We spotted short-haired co-stars Keira Knightley and Carey Mulligan at the BFI London Film Festival "Never Let Me Go." Their outfits are a little dowdy, but they made up for them with the smiles on their faces. What do you think?

The film is adapted from author Kazuo Ishiguro's introspective sci-fi novel about a group of unsuspecting boarding-school students who make horrifying discoveries about themselves.

Their dreams of freedom are stifled upon learning that they are nothing more than clones created specifically for organ harvesting. In addition to confronting their own mortality, al...
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Trailer Talk: This Week in Movies - 'The Town,' 'Easy A,' & More

September 13th, 2010 9:37am EDT
The Town
I still have not seen George Clooney’s latest film “The American,” however it is high on my list right now. My new neighborhood has a theater where it is playing, so hopefully I can catch it soon. I’m interested to see Ben Affleck’s second directorial effort “The Town,” a Beantown crime drama premiering this week, which has received excellent buzz so far.

In addition to Affleck’s Boston-based thriller “The Town,” at the theaters this week you will have the opportunity to see the Emma Stone teen comedy “Easy A,” the elevator horror movie “Devil,” the drama “Never Let Me Go,” the romanc...
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Fall Movie Preview Part 1: September

August 24th, 2010 10:00am EDT
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This fall, moviegoers have an extremely large and diverse selection of movies to choose from. The abundance of (hopefully) promising films is unlike any year in recent memory as movies of all kind are set to release during the crucial and often divisive awards season.

This September audiences are in for a slew of independent films that are as different as they are engaging. George Clooney will star in “The American” (Sept. 1), directed by Anton Corbijn whose 2007 film “Control” earned strong praise and attention. The movie is a throwback to the international spy thrillers of the 70s and c...
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